Sensor City report on lessons learnt

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Dear Liverpool John Moores University,

The minutes of the LJMU Finance Committee meeting of 16 June 2021[1] include the following

[link] https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/8...

"""Paragraph 10.6 (Comments/action): Lessons learned from the Sensor City project -- Governors commented on the importance of receiving an update on the lessons learned from the Sensor City project when the time is right."""

Depending on whether the time has been right or not, please can I have either:

(A) A copy of the report or update on the lessons learned from the Sensor City project,

OR

(B) The remit, estimated timescale and contact details for the persons or subcommittee who have been tasked with producing this report or update if it has not been fully completed.

Yours faithfully,

Julian Todd

foi, Liverpool John Moores University

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foi, Liverpool John Moores University

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Dear Julian

Please find attached our response to your request.

Kind Regards

Simon

Simon Horsfield
Information Officer
Legal and Governance Services
Exchange Station Tithebarn St, Liverpool, L2 2QP
t: 01519041527 e: [email address]

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Dear Simon Horsfield,

Thank you for your comprehensive reply concerning the progress made on the "Lessons learned from the Sensor City project" report requested by the Governors in the Finance Committee last year confirming that (a) no lessons have yet been learnt, and (b) there is no determined intention to learn any lessons.

I will check back next year to see if this request by the Governors has been fulfilled. It is important that the learning process happens sooner rather than later so that avoidable mistakes like this don't keep getting repeated over and over again.

Yours sincerely,

Julian Todd