ICT used in the Built Environment and Public Protection.

Darren Spondall made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Southampton City Council

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Dear Southampton City Council,

Please provide the following information regarding your current IT Systems.

What are the main Software Systems used by the Council for:
1. Planning
2. Building Control
3. Environmental Health
4. Licensing
5. Trading Standards

How many users / licenses for each system do you have?
1. Planning
2. Building Control
3. Environmental Health
4. Licensing
5. Trading Standards

How much does each system cost annually?
1. Planning
2. Building Control
3. Environmental Health
4. Licensing
5. Trading Standards

When does each contract expire?
1. Planning
2. Building Control
3. Environmental Health
4. Licensing
5. Trading Standards

Do you have any planned upgrades to the software? If so, when?
1. Planning
2. Building Control
3. Environmental Health
4. Licensing
5. Trading Standards

Are you planning to go to market for a different Software System? If so, when?
1. Planning
2. Building Control
3. Environmental Health
4. Licensing
5. Trading Standards

Who is the person responsible for your Software Systems?
Please provide name, title and contact information.
1. Planning
2. Building Control
3. Environmental Health
4. Licensing
5. Trading Standards

Thank you for your help.

Yours faithfully,

Darren Spondall

Information, Southampton City Council

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Dear Darren Spondall,

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request received on . It has
been determined that you have requested the following information:

 

What are the main Software Systems used by the Council for:

1.      Planning

2.      Building Control

3.      Environmental Health

4.      Licensing

5.      Trading Standards

 

How many users / licenses for each system do you have?

1.      Planning

2.      Building Control

3.      Environmental Health

4.      Licensing

5.      Trading Standards

 

How much does each system cost annually?

1.      Planning

2.      Building Control

3.      Environmental Health

4.      Licensing

5.      Trading Standards

 

When does each contract expire?

1.      Planning

2.      Building Control

3.      Environmental Health

4.      Licensing

5.      Trading Standards

 

Do you have any planned upgrades to the software? If so, when?

1.      Planning

2.      Building Control

3.      Environmental Health

4.      Licensing

5.      Trading Standards

 

Are you planning to go to market for a different Software System? If so,
when?

1.      Planning

2.      Building Control

3.      Environmental Health

4.      Licensing

5.      Trading Standards

 

Who is the person responsible for your Software Systems?

Please provide name, title and contact information.

1.      Planning

2.      Building Control

3.      Environmental Health

4.      Licensing

5.      Trading Standards

 

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Humphrey, Daniel, Southampton City Council

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Good morning Darren,

 

Please find attached Southampton City Council’s response to your Freedom
of Information request.

 

Kind regards,

 

Daniel Humphrey

Meeting Support Officer

Southampton City Council

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[email address]

 

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