An Infrastructure and Projects Authority review confirmed the plan was credible but that the commercial element remained a challenge. This decision is based on the fact that the following three issues have been resolved: The Electronic Monitoring EM Programme aims to procure an improved electronic tagging system that exploits the latest technology. There have been savings in licences, contingency and hosting and support costs. New business as usual BAU costs are netted off against the benefits shown in the benefits section below. Since then, recruitment of the core programme team has been completed and work is delivering to schedule.
Once the final response has been approved, the project will move into implementation. It is the collective responsibility of judges across the courts and tribunals system to seize and shape the opportunities now before us. This decision has been made following feedback from providers and their representative bodies and will give providers extra time to familiarise themselves with the system and complete training ahead of full mandatory use. The spend profile is moving towards more resource spend. Costs presented exclude the contract costs of the new Facilities Management Services contract which was delivered as part of the Competing Delivery Services CDS workstrand. The Spending Review outcome could also lead to a requirement to rapidly redesign plans. All other aspects of the programme have either now been completed or are due to complete as planned.
There have been changes in the Senior Management Team of the programme during this reporting period with the majority of replacements now in place, but there is an inevitable loss of continuity and potential impact on delivery plans while new resources get up to speed. Tell us what you were looking for. The value of change in the system and the effect of re-planning will further impact on costs. However, due to the challenges in securing Treasury funding, delivery confidence remained amber red during Q2.
The project remains on schedule to deliver the first of 2, places in February It is the collective responsibility of judges across the courts and tribunals system to seize and shape the opportunities now before us. These are now excluded. These changes were announced in a Written Ministerial Statement on 25 February However, there is still some risk relating to the rollouts planned at HQ and Shared Service Centre, due to the complex nature of those sites.
The Transforming Prisoner Telephony TPT Programme aims to secure continuity of the current telephony service by negotiating a suitable extension, exit and transition arrangement with BT; procure and rollout a new data and cabling network and award a new service concession to providing in-cell prisoner telephony and potentially a range of basic self service functionality.
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Following an intensive period of planning activity in mid August, the programme produced an integrated plan.
Detailed assessment of these changes are ongoing between the MoJ and the FITS Suppliers and on completion of this activity a revised business case will be submitted to ExCo for its approval.
The programme made good progress during Q2, carrying out detailed research in five service areas: The Legal Aid Transformation LAT Programme aims to reduce the cost of legal aid through providing a more efficient service, so as to improve public confidence in the system. The delivery confidence reflects the successful delivery of the programme, on time and within budget, on 31 March Sign up for alerts Enter your email.
Includes programme costs as well as the full anticipated cost of the new contracts, assuming a 5 year contract period. The forecast WLC is taken from the latest forecast. The programme has started to develop busihess commercial ppan, including tenders and contracts.
Both the prison benchmark and facilities management projects continue to actively manage the transition to business as usual despite the challenging prison environment. Yes No Tell us what you were looking for Thank you for your feedback! It will take only 2 minutes to fill in.
MOJ Government Major Project Portfolio data, September (CSV) –
This period covers the expected duration of busness contracts awarded through the programme. This project is also assessing responses to the public consultation on the future of specified buildings.
These risks are being mitigated through the aforementioned transition strategy.
MOJ Government Major Project Portfolio data, September 2015 (CSV)
Contract negotiations have been successfully concluded with BT. Key risks for the programme are the loss of key personnel, the scale of delivery and ensuring business change is embedded.
The data cabling will be installed on a phased basis, allowing lessons to be learned about the physical difficulty of installing data cabling into prisons, and the operational complexity of moving prisoners around to accommodate the work.
The programme is due to conclude at the end of Marchin line with original proposals.
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This research will shape service design and further detailed planning. In achieving these aims, the work of the Judicial Office is essential. The landscape of the justice system is changing.