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Freedom of Information request - Project Management Software Systems

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Dear Stratford on Avon District Council,

Freedom of Information request - Software Systems

1. What Software Systems are currently used by the Council (please identify each system if more than one is used) for:
• Programme and / or Project management?
• Risk Management recording and reporting
• Performance Management reporting
• Freedom of Information recording and tracking

2. When do the contracts expire for each software system used?

3. Do you have any planned changes or upgrades of the software currently used? If so, when?

4. How much does each system cost including both the initial licence fee and the annual charge?

5. If you do not have a system how are programmes and projects managed currently?

6. How (which procurement route or framework) was the contract initially tendered and when was this tender awarded?

7. If no software or tendered contract is in place currently are you considering tendering or purchasing further software within the next 12 months? If so via which procurement route or framework would you be using?

8. How many users / licenses for each system have you purchased for each system?

9. Who is the person responsible for the identified Software Systems? Please provide full name, title and contact information if possible.

Yours faithfully,

Allan Clarke

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From: Allan Clarke [[FOI #543090 email]]
Sent: 09 January 2019 07:36
To: Info
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Freedom of Information request - Project Management Software Systems

Dear Stratford on Avon District Council,

Freedom of Information request - Software Systems

1. What Software Systems are currently used by the Council (please identify each system if more than one is used) for:
• Programme and / or Project management?
• Risk Management recording and reporting
• Performance Management reporting
• Freedom of Information recording and tracking

2. When do the contracts expire for each software system used?

3. Do you have any planned changes or upgrades of the software currently used? If so, when?

4. How much does each system cost including both the initial licence fee and the annual charge?

5. If you do not have a system how are programmes and projects managed currently?

6. How (which procurement route or framework) was the contract initially tendered and when was this tender awarded?

7. If no software or tendered contract is in place currently are you considering tendering or purchasing further software within the next 12 months? If so via which procurement route or framework would you be using?

8. How many users / licenses for each system have you purchased for each system?

9. Who is the person responsible for the identified Software Systems? Please provide full name, title and contact information if possible.

Yours faithfully,

Allan Clarke

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FOI Response
FOI #12924
Dear Allan Clarke

In response to your FOI request please see below our reply;-

What Software Systems are currently used by the Council (please identify
each system if more than one is used) for:
• Programme and / or Project management? - Microsoft
• Risk Management recording and reporting - In house
• Performance Management reporting - In house
• Freedom of Information recording and tracking - In house

2. When do the contracts expire for each software system used? Microsoft -
2021

3. Do you have any planned changes or upgrades of the software currently
used? If so, when? yes in 2019

4. How much does each system cost including both the initial licence fee
and the annual charge? Commercially Sensitive

5. If you do not have a system how are programmes and projects managed
currently? n/a

6. How (which procurement route or framework) was the contract initially
tendered and when was this tender awarded? Government Framework

7. If no software or tendered contract is in place currently are you
considering tendering or purchasing further software within the next 12
months? If so via which procurement route or framework would you be using?
n/a

8. How many users / licenses for each system have you purchased for each
system? 350 Users

9. Who is the person responsible for the identified Software Systems?
Please provide full name, title and contact information if possible.
Individual Managers for each Service

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Stratford-on-Avon District Council

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attachments).

Unless expressly stated otherwise, the contents of this e-mail represent
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