Emergency Planning processes used at Knowsley Council

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Dear Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council,

I am writing to make an open government request for all the information to which I am entitled under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Please send me information on:

Within the council, who is the person that is responsible for emergency planning?

What systems does the council use when an emergency occurs? E.g. pen and paper, Excel, a system or another method?

If the council uses a software system, which vendor do you use for your emergency planning solution?

What is the current contract term (how long is it and when does it expire)?

What is the value of said contract?

If the council does not have a software system, will the council be researching the market (with the intention to buy) over the next 12 – 18 months?

If yes, when will be the council be aiming to purchase the system by?

I would like the above information to be provided to me via email.

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I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,
James Davids

Freedom of Information, Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear Mr Davids,

Thank you for your email received on 22 December 2017 requesting information about Emergency Planning.

I have recorded your request for information under reference F2017.12.4192.

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Kind regards,

Freedom of Information
Knowsley MBC
Archway Road
Huyton
Knowsley
Merseyside
L36 9UX

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Freedom of Information, Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear Mr Davids,

 

Freedom of Information request F2017-12-4192

 

We have looked into your request for information about Emergency Planning
processes used at Knowsley Council, and our response is shown below in the
main body of your e-mail.

 

If you need further information please see contact details below.

 

Kind regards,

 

Freedom of Information

Knowsley MBC

Archway Road

Huyton

Knowsley

Merseyside

L36 9UX

 

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