Dear Aberdeenshire Council,

Q1. What computer software are you using for Highways Maintenance Works Ordering and Inspections, how much are you paying per year, and when is the contract due to expire and what format will the procurement process take? Who within the council is responsible for this contract?

Q2. What computer software are you using for Bridges/Structures, how much are you paying per year, and when is the contract due to expire and what format will the procurement process take? Who within the council is responsible for this contract?

Q3. What computer software are you using for Flood Risk, how much are you paying per year, how many users are you licensed for and when is the contract due to expire and what format will the procurement process take? Who within the council is responsible for this contract?

Q4. What computer software are you using for Drainage, how much are you paying per year, and when is the contract due to expire and what format will the procurement process take? Who within the council is responsible for this contract?

Q5. What computer software are you using for Street Lighting Management, how much are you paying per year, and when is the contract due to expire and what format will the procurement process take? Who within the council is responsible for this contract?

Q6. What computer software are you using for Public Rights of Way, how much are you paying per year, how many users are you licensed for, and when is the contract due to expire and what format will the procurement process take? Who within the council is responsible for this contract?

Q7. What computer software are you using for Parks and Open Spaces, how much are you paying per year, and when is the contract due to expire and what format will the procurement process take? Who within the council is responsible for this contract?

Q8. What computer software are you using for Street Works, how much are you paying per year, and when is the contract due to expire and what format will the procurement process take? Who within the council is responsible for this contract?

Yours faithfully,

Jodie Filer

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Dear Sir/Madam,

Thank you for your information request.

If you are making a request for information under FOI(S)A we will respond
within the statutory timeframe of 20 working days.

If you are making a request for environmental information under EIRs we
will aim to respond within the statutory timeframe of 20 working days.
However, for requests of a complex nature it could take us up to 40
working days. If so we will write and tell you this.

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ISFOI, Aberdeenshire Council

Dear Ms Filer

 

Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 (“The Act”)

 

We refer to your request dated 28/11/2018, for information on
Infrastructure Asset Management Software. 

 

We confirm that the Council holds the following information, which we
believe satisfies your request, and which is as noted below.

 

Q1. What computer software are you using for Highways Maintenance Works
Ordering and Inspections, how much are you paying per year, and when is
the contract due to expire and what format will the procurement process
take? Who within the council is responsible for this contract? 

 

Pitney Bowes Confirm, £78,713.46, 07/08/2019, procurement to be decided,
“system owner” is currently David Clark, Principal Systems Development
Officer.

Q2. What computer software are you using for Bridges/Structures, how much
are you paying per year, and when is the contract due to expire and what
format will the procurement process take? Who within the council is
responsible for this contract?

 

Pitney Bowes Confirm, £78,713.46, 07/08/2019, procurement to be decided,
“system owner” is currently David Clark, Principal Systems Development
Officer.  Please note integrated system with Highways and not a duplicated
cost.

Q3. What computer software are you using for Flood Risk, how much are you
paying per year, how many users are you licensed for and when is the
contract due to expire and what format will the procurement process take?
Who within the council is responsible for this contract?

 

Pitney Bowes Confirm, £78,713.46, 07/08/2019, procurement to be decided,
“system owner” is currently David Clark, Principal Systems Development
Officer.  Please note integrated system with Highways and not a duplicated
cost.

Q4. What computer software are you using for Drainage, how much are you
paying per year, and when is the contract due to expire and what format
will the procurement process take? Who within the council is responsible
for this contract?

Pitney Bowes Confirm, £78,713.46, 07/08/2019, procurement to be decided,
“system owner” is currently David Clark, Principal Systems Development
Officer.  Please note integrated system with Highways and not a duplicated
cost.

Q5. What computer software are you using for Street Lighting Management,
how much are you paying per year, and when is the contract due to expire
and what format will the procurement process take? Who within the council
is responsible for this contract?

Pitney Bowes Confirm, £78,713.46, 07/08/2019, procurement to be decided,
“system owner” is currently David Clark, Principal Systems Development
Officer.  Please note integrated system with Highways and not a duplicated
cost.

Q6. What computer software are you using for Public Rights of Way, how
much are you paying per year, how many users are you licensed for, and
when is the contract due to expire and what format will the procurement
process take? Who within the council is responsible for this contract?

Pitney Bowes Confirm, £78,713.46, 07/08/2019, procurement to be decided,
“system owner” is currently David Clark, Principal Systems Development
Officer.  Please note integrated system with Highways and not a duplicated
cost.

Q7. What computer software are you using for Parks and Open Spaces, how
much are you paying per year, and when is the contract due to expire and
what format will the procurement process take? Who within the council is
responsible for this contract?

Pitney Bowes Confirm, £78,713.46, 07/08/2019, procurement to be decided,
“system owner” is currently David Clark, Principal Systems Development
Officer.  Please note integrated system with Highways and not a duplicated
cost.

Q8. What computer software are you using for Street Works, how much are
you paying per year, and when is the contract due to expire and what
format will the procurement process take? Who within the council is
responsible for this contract?

Scottish Street works system is a national approach, please see
[1]https://roadworks.scot/

 

 

Please contact me as the officer responsible for responding to your
request if you have any further queries.

 

If, for any reason, you are not satisfied with this response, please refer
to the further information attached.

 

Yours faithfully

 

 

 

Freedom of Information Co-ordinator

Infrastructure Services

 

 

 

Further Information:

Aberdeenshire Council’s Review Procedure under the Freedom of Information
(Scotland) Act 2002 and the Environmental Information (Scotland)
Regulations 2004 can be accessed at the following link:

[2]http://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/council-...

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