Security and Compliance Software
Dear National Extremism Tactical Coordination Unit,
Can you please confirm if you currently use or plan to use any of the
1. SAP Business Integrity Screening
2. SAP Access Control
3. SAP Process Control
4. SAP Audit Management
5. Identity Access Management
6. SAP GRC
7. SAP Risk Management
8. SAP Global Trade Services
In the event that you currently use any of the aforementioned software:
Do you have a support contract with an external provider for SAP Support?
If you employ any of the aforementioned software or have a support
contract what is the renewal date?
What ERP system do you use?
Where is your SAP infrastructure located and in what format?
When is the contract for third party support of your SAP infrastructure
due for renewal?
Do you manage SAP Security, SAP Role Authorisations and SAP Role Designs
internally or through an external provider?
If SAP Security, SAP Role Authorisations and SAP Role Designs is managed
through an external provider, what is the renewal date?
Which organisational department is responsible for managing overall SAP
Security, Role Authorisations and Role Design?
When is your next internal and external audit covering SAP roles and
Where do you advertise any SAP related procurement opportunities?
Thank you for your enquiry.
We will respond to your email within 5 working days.
With kindest regards
National Police Chiefs’ Council
A. 10 Victoria Street, London, SW1H 0NN
E. [email address]
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The National Extremism Tactical Coordination Unit (NETCU) is no longer in existence, as it merged with the National Public Order Intelligence Unit (NPOIU) and the National Domestic Extremism Team (NDET) in January 2011 to form the National Domestic Extremism and Disorder Intelligence Unit (NDEDIU).
The National Domestic Extremism and Disorder Intelligence Unit (NDEDIU) sits under the Specialist Operations Business of the Metropolitan Police.
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