Dear Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council,
1: Does the council have a dedicated on-site scanning team for paper records?
a: If so, how many FTE are within the team?
b: What volumes are the team scanning on a daily/weekly/monthly/annual basis?
c: Are the team scanning legacy records or day forward, or both?
d: what hardware & software is used by the team?
e: Is the hardware leased, rented or was it purchased outright?
f: Who is responsible within the council for the procurement of hardware and software? Please supply contact details.
2:If the council does not have a dedicated on-site scanning team, is there a contract for outsourced document scanning provisions?
a: If so, who is this contract with?
c: What is the value of the contract?
d: When is the contract due for renewal?
3: Does the council have on-site facilities to store paper records?
a: If so, how many FTE manage the facility?
b: What is the cost to the council monthly/annually? Include real-estate, FTE, systems and transport.
4: Does the council have contract(s) for off-site storage?
a: If so, who is the contract with?
A1: What is the annual cost of off-site storage for the council?
b: Does the contract include scan on demand or digitising services?
c: If so, what volumes of pages / images are scanned daily/weekly/monthly/annually?
d: What is the annual cost for outsourced scanning – either on-demand or scheduled?
5: Are there departments within the council that scan their own documents locally?
a: If so, what hardware and software is used to manage this?
b: Are volumes captured? If so, what are they?
c:What types of documents are scanned?
6: Who in the council is responsible for records / document management programmes/systems?
A: Please provide contact details
7: Who in the council manages the contract(s) relationships with hardware providers and outsourced storage or scanning providers?
A: Please provide contact details
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