IT Software

Moneeb Mir made this Freedom of Information request to Stoke on Trent City Council

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Dear Team,

Can you kindly provide answers to the following:

1. What highway asset management software(s) are you using?
2. How much does it cost per year and what is the total cost of the contract?
3. How many user licenses have you procured?
4. How long was this contract award?
5. What date is this contract due to renew?
6. How long have you been using this system?
7. Has a review of the system been carried out? If yes, which suppliers were considered? What route was taken to procure this e.g. tender?
8. What UKPMS software(s) are you using?
9. How much does it cost per year and what is the total cost of the contract?
10. How many user licenses have you procured?
11. What date is this contract due to renew?
12. How long have you been using this system?
13. Has a review of the system been carried out? If yes, which suppliers were considered? What route was taken to procure this e.g. tender?
14. What Street Works Noticing software(s) are you using?
15. How much does it cost per year and what is the total cost of the contract?
16. How many user licenses have you procured?
17. What date is this contract due to renew?
18. How long have you been using this system?

Kind regards

FOI, Stoke on Trent City Council

Dear Moneeb Mir

 

Your request for information ref. SOT70857

 

Thank you for your request for information about IT software in relation
to highways management.  Your request was received by the Information
Rights Team on 03 August 2018.  This is being dealt with under the terms
of the appropriate Information Rights legislation.

 

In some circumstances we may charge for information.  If there is a charge
we will let you know, as you will have to pay it before we deal with your
request.

 

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possible.  If another person or organisation is named in the information,
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September 2018 in line with the legislation's 20 working day statutory
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FOI, Stoke on Trent City Council

Dear Moneeb Mir

 

Your request for information ref. SOT70857 about IT software in relation
to highways management.

 

We have now considered your request and a copy of the information is
enclosed below.

 

The information supplied may be used for domestic or journalistic
purposes. Its use for commercial gain including issuing to the public,
social media or computer blogs may be subject to the issue of a licence
under the Reuse of Public Sector Information Regulations 2015.

 

1.What highway asset management software(s) are you using?
2. How much does it cost per year and what is the total cost of the
contract?
3. How many user licenses have you procured?
4. How long was this contract award?
5. What date is this contract due to renew?
6. How long have you been using this system?
7. Has a review of the system been carried out? If yes, which suppliers
were considered? What route was taken to procure this e.g. tender?
8. What UKPMS software(s) are you using?
9. How much does it cost per year and what is the total cost of the
contract?
10. How many user licenses have you procured?
11. What date is this contract due to renew?
12. How long have you been using this system?
13. Has a review of the system been carried out? If yes, which suppliers
were considered? What route was taken to procure this e.g. tender?
14. What Street Works Noticing software(s) are you using?
15. How much does it cost per year and what is the total cost of the
contract?
16. How many user licenses have you procured?
17. What date is this contract due to renew?
18. How long have you been using this system?

Response:

The City Council uses the WDM software for:

·         Highway Asset Management including routine maintenance

·         UKPM

·         Street Works Noticing

·         Street Gazetteer

·         Structures

The total annual cost for this system is £35,000

The software is web-based with unlimited users

The software is procured via an annual subscription fee and has been in
place for 4 years.

There are no intentions to review or change the software supplier at this
time.

 

 

 

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Yours sincerely

 

Information Rights Team

 

Information Rights

City of Stoke-on-Trent

Floor 2 Civic Centre Glebe Street Stoke-on-Trent ST4 1HH

T: 01782 232853, 01782 233020, 01782 233732, 01782 235965

E: [5][Stoke on Trent City Council request email]

 

Request

Dear Team,

Can you kindly provide answers to the following:

1. What highway asset management software(s) are you using?
2. How much does it cost per year and what is the total cost of the
contract?
3. How many user licenses have you procured?
4. How long was this contract award?
5. What date is this contract due to renew?
6. How long have you been using this system?
7. Has a review of the system been carried out? If yes, which suppliers
were considered? What route was taken to procure this e.g. tender?
8. What UKPMS software(s) are you using?
9. How much does it cost per year and what is the total cost of the
contract?
10. How many user licenses have you procured?
11. What date is this contract due to renew?
12. How long have you been using this system?
13. Has a review of the system been carried out? If yes, which suppliers
were considered? What route was taken to procure this e.g. tender?
14. What Street Works Noticing software(s) are you using?
15. How much does it cost per year and what is the total cost of the
contract?
16. How many user licenses have you procured?
17. What date is this contract due to renew?
18. How long have you been using this system?

Kind regards

 

 

 
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