Intranet Queries

Mae'r ymateb i'r cais hwn yn hwyr iawn. Although not legally required to do so, we would have expected The National Museum of the Royal Navy to have responded by now (manylion). Gallwch gwyno drwy yn gofyn am adolygiad mewnol.

Dear The National Museum of the Royal Navy,

I am writing to make a request for all the information to which I am entitled under Freedom of Information Act 2000. My requests are outlined below as specifically as possible to help you retrieve the information required. However, if any of the below is unclear, I would appreciate if you could contact me as I understand that under the act, you are required to assist requesters.

Please could you provide the following information:

1) How many employees are working for your organisation, including full-time, part-time, and contracted staff?
2) What is your annual intranet budget?
3) What is your current intranet solution? (e.g. Invotra, Sharepoint, Kahootz, Umbraco)
4) How long have you been using this solution, and when does your contract expire?
5) Do you work with an external partner to supply your intranet? If not, do you develop your intranet internally?
6) Which team/individual is responsible for managing your intranet internally?
7) Which other organisations have access to your intranet?
8) Do you share IT services with other organisations?
9) Are you using the Office 365 suite? If so, which applications from the suite are in use?
10) Who is responsible for your intranet’s procurement within the organisation?
11) Do you use Microsoft’s Active Directory to manage your people data? If so, is your Active Directory (AD) managed on-premise or in the cloud?
12) Do you use any other Software as a Service (SaaS) applications? (e.g. Atlassian/Jira, Slack, Trello, Xero)

If possible, please could you present the information via a Microsoft Word or Excel document, sent to me via email. I understand that under the act, I should be entitled to a response within 20 days and therefore I would appreciate if you could confirm receipt of my request.

Yours faithfully,

Louis James

Library, The National Museum of the Royal Navy

Thank you for your email.

From 21 December 2018 we are changing the way we deal with our historic
collections and archives enquiries and this will impact on your request.

 

We are temporarily closing the historic enquiries line for the next 18
months. [1]Why are we doing this?

 

Please take the time to read the following and learn how our service can
still help you.

 

Historical Enquiries

 

We are currently unable to respond to historical enquiries or requests for
access to the collections as we undertake the move of the collection into
new accommodation. This includes being unable to facilitate research
appointments or reproduction requests, as our collections will be
physically inaccessible while they are packed and moved. See more about
the project [2]here.

 

Our ‘Ask the Archives’ events, where our curators can help answer general
enquiries about the Royal Navy and family history, will continue to run.
Check out the [3]What’s On section of our website to see when and where
the next event is.

 

Also, check out the [4]Online Resources section of our website for helpful
naval history and related association links. You can also find helpful
guides on popular subjects in our [5]Information Bank section of our
website.

 

We are continuing to add selected collections to our new online
collections portal. Make sure to check them out [6]here.

 

Please note, this means historical enquiries will receive no response,
unless your request is outstanding before the end of 2018. We look forward
to opening an improved collections access service in Spring 2020. Please
resubmit any queries after this time.

 

Look for updates on the project, our collections and the future service on
our website and social media pages.

 

Offers of Material to the Collection

 

We are still accepting offers of material to the collection during this
time, details on how to submit a request can be found [7]here.

 

Enquiries about Previous Donations to the Collection

 

We will still be responding to requests by previous donors to view or
visit their items. However, we cannot guarantee it will always be possible
to make items accessible during this period. Please note responses to
these requests will be intermittent during this time and may take up to 2
months. Contact details are as follows:

[8][The National Museum of the Royal Navy request email] OR

Library

The National Museum of the Royal Navy

HM Naval Base (PP66)

Portsmouth

PO1 3NH

 

Loans of Material from the Collection

 

We are processing requests to loan material from our collections on a case
by case basis. Please note responses to these requests will be
intermittent during this time and may take up to 2 months. Contact details
are as follows:

[9][The National Museum of the Royal Navy request email] OR

Library

The National Museum of the Royal Navy

HM Naval Base (PP66)

Portsmouth

PO1 3NH

 

Press Related Enquiries

 

If your enquiry is press related please contact our PR Manager, Jacquie
Shaw, on [10][email address] or call 023 9289 1370 (ext 2071).
(This number is for media enquiries only).

 

References

Visible links
1. https://www.nmrn.org.uk/exhibitions-proj...
2. https://www.nmrn.org.uk/exhibitions-proj...
3. https://www.nmrn.org.uk/news-events/events
4. https://www.nmrn.org.uk/research/online-...
5. https://www.nmrn.org.uk/research/informa...
6. https://www.nmrn.org.uk/exhibitions-proj...
7. https://www.nmrn.org.uk/research/collect...
8. mailto:[The National Museum of the Royal Navy request email]
9. mailto:[The National Museum of the Royal Navy request email]
10. mailto:[email address]