Multi-Functional Devices and printing/scanning services contract(s)

Andrea (Account suspended) made this Freedom of Information request to Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel
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Andrea (Account suspended)

Dear Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel,

I would like to make a request for the following information relating to the authority's current Multi-Functional Devices and printing/scanning services contract(s)

1. What services are included in the contract(s)? (e.g. printing vs scanning etc)
2. Which supplier is delivering them? (If in-house, please confirm or if multiple provider please identify them)
3. How many contracts does this entail and what's the award value for each?
4. When do these contracts expire and do they have any extensions?
5. What is the annual volumetric data (split by Annual Mono and Annual Colour print)?
6. What is the total number of devices supplied?
7. What Managed Print Service software solution do you use?
8. How many Mono MFDs and Colour MFDs do you have?
9. What document management solution do you use?
10. What High Volume printing devices do you use?
11. Were any framework agreements used to procure the goods/services? If so, which ones?
12. Any documentation you can provide me with, e.g. the order form
13. What department is managing the contract and who's the decision-maker?
14. How many Adobe Acrobat (standard, professional and reader) licenses do you have?
15. What is the annual cost?
16. When is the renewal date?
17. Who is responsible for the contract?
18. Do you use any other PDF editing tools?

Yours faithfully,

Andrea

NationalReviewPanel, Mailbox, Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel

Dear Andrea

Thank you for your e-mail of 27 June with your Freedom of Information request.

I should explain that the role of the National Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel, as set out in Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018 statutory guidance, is to consider notifications made by local authorities of serious child safeguarding incidents. The Panel can also arrange, where appropriate, to carry out national child safeguarding practice reviews. As outlined in statutory guidance, a serious incident is one where a child has died or been seriously harmed, and abuse or neglect is known or suspected.

As such you have directed your request to the wrong e-mail address as we do not hold this information.

If you are requesting information about the Panel itself I should inform you that they are exempt from Freedom of Information regulations.

Yours sincerely

Dan Weinberg
Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel Secretariat

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