Stationery expenses, Calabria and Lombardy the most ‘virtuous’ Regions

Piedmont, Lazio and Molise are also among the most efficient. Sicily is bad

Calabria and Lombardy are the most ‘virtuous’ Italian regions in spending on stationery, paper and printed matter. Two Regions that win the overall AAA rating in the special classification, drawn up for Adnkronos by the Administrative Journal Foundation of the Italian Republic, as part of the ‘Pythagoras’ project, which examines the costs incurred in 2021 by Regions (TABLE) and provincial capitals (TABLE). In particular, for this cost item, in 2021 Calabria spent 17,575.08 euros and Lombardy 69,521.61 (TABLE).

To be ‘promoted’ for this type of expenditure, with an overall rating from A to AA (TABLE), are also Molise, Piedmont and Emilia-Romagna which, with an amount respectively of 4,599.12, 68,934.82 and 88,545.27 euros, are awarded the double AA (TABLE), and then, with the single A, Tuscany (94,594.76), and Lazio (139,599.38).

Among the Regions with ‘intermediate’ performances (TABLE) there are, instead, with BBB Veneto (150,183.30) and Campania (178,285.14); with BB Umbria (30,014.06), Abruzzo (51,276.86), Marche (72,263.43), Puglia (173,869.09); with B Basilicata (42,865.28) and Liguria (125,090.57). While the data for Sardinia, Valle d’Aosta, Trentino Alto Adige, Friuli Venezia Giulia are not comparable for this item.

Molise is the Italian Region that, in absolute values, has the lowest expenditure incurred for stationery, paper and printed matter: 4,599.12 euros in 2021. Among the Regions that spend the least on this item, again in absolute values, with a lower amount at 50,000 euros, we then find: Calabria (17,575.08), Umbria (30,014.06) and Basilicata (42,865.28).

SICILY – Sicily is the least efficient region in terms of expenses incurred for stationery, paper and printed matter (TABLE). It is the only one to receive the ‘C’, which is the worst rating among those assigned. Specifically, for this item, in 2021 Sicily spent a good 586,469.07 euros. A figure, however, in decline if compared to previous years: in fact, it reached 635,227.61 euros in 2018, 653,690.72 in 2019 and 615,431.32 euros in 2020. Immediately after Sicily, among the Regions with the highest high expenditures for this item, exceeding 100,000 euros, can be found in: Friuli Venezia Giulia (272,775.35), Campania (178,285.14), Puglia (173,869.09), Veneto (150,183.30), Lazio (139,599.38 ), Liguria (125,090.57), Trentino Alto Adige (106,525.75).

These are followed, with values ​​between 50,000 and 100,000 euros: Tuscany (94,594.76), Valle d’Aosta (90,487.38), Emilia-Romagna (88,545.27), Lombardy (69,521.61), Marche (72,263.43 ), Piedmont (68,934.82), Sardinia (56,454.45), Abruzzo (51,276.86).

THE PROVINCES – There are 24 Italian provincial capitals ‘promoted’ with triple AAA in the management of expenditure for stationery, paper and printed matter (TABLE). The most ‘virtuous’ for this cost item of the institution, thus obtaining the maximum rating, are Como, which spent only 720.00 euros, followed by: Aosta (2,185.02), Verbania (7,919.80), Andria (8,163.19), Foggia (8,649.52), Salerno (12,464.30), Cuneo (12,760.51), Imperia (12,974.16), Rovigo (13,459.87), Asti (14,115.85), Teramo (14,763.72), Crotone (15,140.24), Trapani (16,820.78), Alessandria (18,125.37), Pavia (19,583.03), Naples (20,576.34), Catanzaro (21,997.29), Pistoia ( 22,042.85), Pisa (22,739.68), Brindisi (23,261.96), Piacenza (26,249.08), Forlì (29,598.59), Cosenza (20,312.91), Avellino (16,493.46).

There is also a large group of cities that are among the most virtuous for this expenditure item (TABLE), obtaining the double AA: Lucca, Lodi, Reggio Calabria, Rome, Massa, Cesena, Nuoro, Catania, Trani, Ragusa, Macerata, Pescara , Vercelli, Arezzo, Oristano, Rieti, Chieti, Gorizia, Benevento, La Spezia, Ancona, Varese, Milan. But also the group that won the A: Terni, Caltanissetta, Carbonia, Sondrio, Caserta, Prato, Turin, Fermo, Sassari, Belluno, Agrigento, Treviso, Livorno, Savona, Siena, Pesaro, Cremona, Grosseto, Vicenza, Campobasso , Rimini, Messina, Mantua.

Latina, Monza, Matera and L’Aquila are the four least ‘efficient’ provincial capitals in spending on stationery, paper and printed matter (TABLE). So much so that it deserves the C rating, the lowest in the ranking. But how much are the expenses incurred for this item in these entities in 2021? Analyzing the ranking, it turns out that L’Aquila spent a good 405,815.82 euros, followed at a distance by Matera (159,193.28), Monza (123,900.32) and Latina (120,651.55).

They obtain an intermediate rating (TABLE) in the classification: Parma, Bergamo, Potenza, Biella, Novara, Brescia, Venice, Syracuse, Isernia, which gets the B; Urbino, Reggio Emilia, Ferrara, Modena, Trieste, Frosinone, Genoa, Lecce, Padua, Barletta, with the BB; Taranto, Cagliari, Ascoli Piceno, Viterbo, Bolzano, Bologna, Perugia, Trento, Udine, Pordenone, Enna, Florence, Ravenna, Verona, Palermo, Bari, Lecco, Vibo Valentia, which receive the BBB.

Furthermore, L’Aquila is the provincial capital which, in absolute values, has the highest spending on stationery, paper and printed matter: 405,815.82 euros in 2021, so much so that it deserves the C rating. After L’Aquila, among the cities with the highest expenses for this item, exceeding 200 thousand euros, follow in the ranking: Rome (375,382.48), Genoa (329,055.80), Palermo (271,338.87), Milan (269,015.26), Venice (218,614.76), Turin (205,973.12).

On the other hand, Como is the most ‘thrifty’ provincial capital in terms of spending on stationery, paper and printed matter, an item to which it allocated only 720.00 euros in 2021. To keep spending low for this item, below 10,000 euros, after Como, we find, in order: Aosta (2,185.02), Verbania (7,919.80), Andria (8,163.19), Foggia (8,649, 52).