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Finn Kelvin 
 
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12 December 2011  
Our Ref: FOI 2011/284 – F0183068 
 
 
Dear Mr Kelvin, 
 
Re: Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 – Request for Information 
 
Thank you for your email which was received by the University on 26 October 2011 timed 
22:44 hours, requesting the following information: 
 
 
Please supply me with the following information. 
      
For the academic session 2010-2011: 
      
1.1 The total cost of consultancy: software, hardware, public relations, trainers, etc., 

etc. used by the SLP. 
 
1.2 The total cost of Glasgow University staff wages used by the SLP. 
      
1.3 The licensing costs for software. 
      
2. For the academic session 2010-2011, did the cost of the SLP come from one  
    budget/cost  centre or are there additional cost centres set up or used to supply  
    funds to the SLP? 
      
3. What was the allocated SLP budget for session 2010-2011 at the start of the session? 
      
4. What is the allocated SLP budget for session 2011-2012? 
 
 
University’s Response 
 
We apologise for the delay in responding to your request. 
 
For the academic session 2010-2011: 
      

 
DATA PROTECTION AND FREEDOM OF INFORMATION OFFICE 
Main Building, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QQ 
Data Protection: Telephone: 0141-330-3111 E-Mail: xx@xxx.xx.xx 
Freedom of Information: Telephone:
 0141-330-2523 E-Mail: foi@gla.ac.uk 
The University of Glasgow, charity number SC004401 
 

 
 
 
 
1.1 The total cost of consultancy: software, hardware, public relations, trainers, etc., 
etc. used by the SLP. 
 
The table below provides a breakdown of expenditure against budget approved at Senior 
Management Group meeting of 17 May 2010. 
 
There were no costs budgeted for and none have been incurred for public relations. Costs for 
trainers are included in the Glasgow backfill costs below.    
 
As at October 2011 
Budget 
Actuals to date 
Oracle Services Contract(s) 
  
  
Oracle Imp Services inc expenses 
1,694,830
1,852,920
Consolidated consultant resource  
4,573,963
4,052,658
Licenses (Oracle) 
717,532
758,095
Hardware 
650,000
535,150
Change m'ment  
117,500
506
Training (Oracle) 
146,206
117,344
Business Intelligence 
235,000
0
Migration 
235,000
7,050
Hardware Maint (Sun) 
405,000
118,664
Software Maint (Oracle) 
1,280,278
458,431
Oracle user Group & Conf 
246,750
25,405
Gla Backfill  
3,761,783
2,546,667
College resource support 
0
84,735
Total 
14,063,842
10,557,625
 
1.2 The total cost of Glasgow University staff wages used by the SLP. 
 
Please see response to 1.1 above. 
  
1.3 The licensing costs for software. 
 
Please see response to 1.1 above.  
 
2. For the academic session 2010-2011, did the cost of the SLP come from one 
budget/cost centre or are there additional cost centres set up or used to supply funds 
to the SLP? 
 
A single cost/ budget centre was used other than for running costs (ie consumables). The total 
for running costs for 2010/11 was £31,000.    
 
3. What was the allocated SLP budget for session 2010-2011 at the start of the session? 
 
The budget allocated for 2010-2011 was £4.9 million plus underspend from previous periods. 
 
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4. What is the allocated SLP budget for session 2011-2012? 
 
The budget allocated for 2011-2012 is £937,000 plus underspend from previous periods. 
 
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