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Dear Sport England,

1) What Applications are you running for:

• Finance
• Planning and Budgeting
• HR and Payroll
• Projects
• Workforce planning
• Business Intelligence

2) Are these Applications for on-premises or cloud based?

• Finance
• Planning and Budgeting
• HR and Payroll
• Projects
• Workforce planning
• Business Intelligence

3) When does the contract expire?

• Finance
• Planning and Budgeting
• HR and Payroll
• Projects
• Workforce planning
• Business Intelligence

4) Which vendor/System Integrator (SI) implemented your current Finance System?
5) Who is your current Finance system support partner?
6) What is your budget for IT spend for 2017/2018
7) How much do you spend on support for your current finance system?
8) Are you planning to renew your current finance System or tender for a new system upon expiry?
9) If tender, when are you planning to publish for a tender?
10) Which framework do you use for procurement?
11) Are you planning to join a Shared Service in the next 1 - 2 years?

Yours faithfully,

Dean farmer

FOI, Sport England

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Dear Dean

Thank you for your recent request for information about Sport England's IT
applications. Your request was received on 03 May 2017 and has been passed
to me as I am responsible for responding to requests for information held
by Sport England.

As a public body, Sport England is subject to the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 and we will handle your request in accordance with
the terms set out in the Act. We will provide you with our full response
promptly and usually within twenty working days. In some circumstances we
may extend this to allow us to consider the public interest; if this is
necessary in your case I will write to you again and explain why.

We will be in touch again in due course and in any event not later than 01
June 2017. In the meantime, please feel free to contact us if we can be of
any further assistance.

Kind regards

Gail Laughlan, Information Governance Manager.

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FOI, Sport England

Dear Mr Farmer,

Thank you for your recent request for information relating to Sport
England's IT and finance systems. We have now considered your request and
our response is set out below.

1) What Applications are you running for:

• Finance: Microsoft Dynamics GP10
• Planning and Budgeting: Microsoft Excel
• HR and Payroll: Chris21, Frontier Software
• Projects: Excel & MS Project
• Workforce planning – N/A
• Business Intelligence: Combination of Jet reports and SQL server reports

2) Are these Applications for on-premises or cloud based?

• Finance: On Premise
• Planning and Budgeting: On Premise
• HR and Payroll: Cloud
• Projects: On Premise
• Workforce planning: N/A
• Business Intelligence: On Premise

3) When does the contract expire?

• Finance: December 31st 2017
• Planning and Budgeting: n/a
• HR and Payroll: Annual Rolling Contract (January)
• Projects: N/A
• Workforce planning: N/A
• Business Intelligence: 31st Dec 2017

4) Which vendor/System Integrator (SI) implemented your current Finance
System? MHance
5) Who is your current Finance system support partner? MHance
6) What is your budget for IT spend for 2017/2018: £1.625m
7) Are you planning to renew your current finance System or tender for a
new system upon expiry? Yes, the decision on the route to market is yet to
be agreed and therefore we are unable to confirm the date in which a
tender would be published or confirm the relevant Crown Commercial
Services framework that will be used
8) If tender, when are you planning to publish for a tender? See above
9) Which framework do you use for procurement? See Above
10) Are you planning to join a Shared Service in the next 1 - 2 years?
Unknown

Please be aware that that all Sport England contracts are procured using
the mandated central government framework. Further information about the
procurement rules which apply to Sport England can be viewed on our
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Kind regards

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