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PSN IT Health Check

Shaun made this Freedom of Information request to North Dorset District Council

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Dear North Dorset District Council,

Can you please inform me with regard to your PSN IT Health Check (ITHC):

Who is responsible for sourcing the ITHC testing?

When is the ITHC testing usually carried out each year? (Month)

When is the council's PSN submission due each year? (Month)

How much did last year's ITHC testing cost and which company provided it?

Yours faithfully,

Shaun Collomb

North Dorset District Council

Dear Mr Collomb,
Thank you for your information access request: we aim to complete this
within 20 working days from 05/09/2017. Please quote your reference number
(2705) in further correspondence.
Yours sincerely,
The Customer Services Team at Dorset Councils Partnership, a partnership
between North Dorset District Council, West Dorset District Council and
Weymouth & Portland Borough Council

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Lisa Camp,

Dear Mr Shaun Collomb,

 

Regarding the following Information Access Request:

 

Can you please inform me with regard to your PSN IT Health Check (ITHC):
This responsibility currently resides with Bryan Alford, Business
Technology Solutions Advisor

 

Who is responsible for sourcing the ITHC testing?  Typically this will be
done in January and February

 

When is the ITHC testing usually carried out each year? (Month) .? The
Council's PSN Certificate expires in April so the Council would aim to
submit its' PSN submission end of February

 

When is the council's PSN submission due each year? (Month)  How much did
last year's ITHC testing cost and which company provided it? The ITHC cost
North Dorset District Council £4988 and was undertaken by NTA Monitor

 

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Yours sincerely

 

Lisa Camp

Customer Services Support Officer

 

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