Software Licenses

Leo Wu made this Freedom of Information request to Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeals Panel

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Dear Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeals Panel,

I would like to ask

Q1. Do you look after your own IT or is it outsourced?
Q2. How much did you pay in last financial year for software licenses?
Q3. How many computers users do you have?
Q4. When do you need to renew the contract with Microsoft for software licenses? What was the value of your last contract?
Q5. Do you currently measure software usage versus the number of licenses purchased? If so what is used for software usage metering?
Q6. Do you use a software asset management tool?
Q7. Please also provide details of IT Contracts Managers and any person(s) involved in IT Software procurement.

Yours faithfully,

Leo Wu

MoJ ICT FOI/PQ, Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeals Panel

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Dear Mr Wu

 

Please find attached our reply to your request for information from the
Ministry of Justice.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

Bryan

 

Bryan McGhee | Communications | MoJ Technology

5th Floor I 102 Petty France | London I SW1H 9AJ

www.justice.gov.uk | Ministry of Justice | Creating a safe, just and
democratic society

 

 

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