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Leo Wu made this Freedom of Information request to Insolvency Practitioners Tribunal

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Dear Insolvency Practitioners Tribunal,

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

Dear Insolvency Practitioners Tribunal,

Could you please answer requests as soon as possible since it's already delayed.
Thank you very much indeed.

Yours faithfully,

Leo Wu

Insolvency.EnquiryLine, Insolvency Practitioners Tribunal

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FOI, Insolvency Practitioners Tribunal

Dear Mr Wu

Thank you for your email.

I apologise for any difficulties you may have experienced but the Insolvency Service has unfortunately never received a request from you, you may wish to query this with the webmasters at whatdotheyknow. The agency did suffer an email outage at the start of May but anybody emailing during this period should have received a response indicating their message had not been received.

If you would like to make a request, the correct address is [email address], I will be more than happy to proceed once your enquiry is received.

Sincerely

FoIA and DPA Compliance Manager | Professional Standards: FOI/DPA Team | The Insolvency Service | [email address] | 3rd Floor, 1 City Walk, Leeds, LS11 9DA | DX:14079 Leeds Park Square DX  | www.gov.uk/insolvency-service

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Jim.Digby, Insolvency Practitioners Tribunal

Dear Mr Wu

My apologies, our IT problems occurred at the beginning of April, not May as stated in my previous response.

Sincerely

FoIA and DPA Compliance Manager | Professional Standards: FOI/DPA Team | The Insolvency Service | [email address] | 3rd Floor, 1 City Walk, Leeds, LS11 9DA | DX:14079 Leeds Park Square DX  | www.gov.uk/insolvency-service

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