Dear Glasgow City Council,

Can you confirm the SAP ERP version you are currently using?

Who provides your SAP Security, Authorisations and Role Design support?

Can you please confirm if you currently use SAP Access Control?

If you do use Access Control, what version is installed (options are v5.3, v10.0, v10.1 or v12.0)?

Do you have a support contract with an external provider to support SAP Access Control install?

Can you please confirm if you currently use SAP Process Control?

If you do use Process Control, what version is installed (options are v5.3, v10.0, v10.1 or v12.0)?

Do you have a support contract with an external provider to support SAP Process Control install?

Can you please confirm if you currently use SAP Risk Management?

If you do use Risk Management, what version is installed (options are v5.3, v10.0, v10.1 or v12.0)?

Do you have a support contract with an external provider to support SAP Risk Management install?

Can you confirm if you currently have any other SAP GRC software installed?

List of SAP GRC software includes, but not exclusive to:
i. Business Integrity Screening
ii. Single Sign-On
iii. Identity Management
iv. Audit Management
v. UI Masking
vi. UI Logging
vii. Read Access Logging
viii. BusinessObjects Access Control
ix. Versa GRC

If you do not have any SAP GRC installed/utilised, are there any plans to purchase and install the GRC software?

If you have implemented any of the aforementioned software and have a support contract what is the renewal date of that contract?

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?

Where do you advertise any SAP related procurement opportunities?

Yours faithfully,

Thomas

Customer Care Centre, Glasgow City Council

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