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How DBRC is funded

DBRC is a "not- for- profit" organisation.  The size and scale of its operation is dependent on the funding it can secure.  DBRC's income comes from:

  • Service Level Agreements and Memoranda of Understanding with partners who require specific work to be carried out.
  • Contracts with partners that relate to specific projects.
  • Commercial contract work for other organisations and businesses.
  • Data licences with partners.
  • Revenue from data searches for commercial organisations.
  • Grants and donations.

Work for partners is charged at cost. There is a commercial rate for non-partner organisations. The charges are set out in the charging policy.  Any surplus generated by the commercial work is used to fund DBRC's core work.

Please contact us if you are interested in supporting our work at DBRC or setting up a Service Level Agreement with us.

DBRC Aims, Objectives and Policies

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