We are delighted to see outlined in this business plan the range of activities which Judicial Office staff will be undertaking over the next year — along with HMCTS and others in the justice system — in support of our vision. We have therefore terminated the contract to develop bespoke tags and are starting a new procurement process for proven tags that are already on the market. In addition, this year the submission requirements have changed and now require the addition of the value of the legacy contracts. There have been a number of early deliveries into pilots and early adopters which will support future development. Our commitment is simple:
As a result, the review team were satisfied that this no longer represented a significant risk to the programme. Maybe Yes this page is useful No this page is not useful Is there anything wrong with this page? The amber green rating reflects the most recent independent assurance review which found projects continued to be on track for delivery with only limited risks. Tell us what you were looking for. This has been delayed from the target date of July
Businesss, along with all members of the judiciary, look forward to working with them in taking forward this shared agenda.
The project remains on schedule to deliver the first of 2, places in February Judicial Office Business Plan WLC will be re-stated once the transition plan is finalised. The delivery confidence plxn the ongoing commercial discussions with the supplier concerning the delay of MoJ on-boarding onto the Single Operating Platform SOP.
Judicial Office Business Plan 2015-16
See more information about these transparency data. These changes will allow us to continue to drive and oversee delivery from suppliers.
The Programme Board took the view that 2015-116 risk warranted the programme to remain at amber. Includes programme costs as well as the full anticipated cost of the new contracts, assuming a 5 year contract period.
But at the core of our vision is:. Improving compliance and enforcement services will continue to form a key part of reforming HMCTS and in house modernisation is considered the best option. Did you find what you were looking for? The value of change in the system and the effect of re-planning will further impact on costs.
The programme is now addressing the next strand of the programme, the installation of data cabling in public sector prisons. The lessons learned from each phase will inform the next.
This is the date when CCMS starts to be made mandatory for providers. What were you doing? Is this page useful?
The Electronic Monitoring EM Programme aims to procure an improved electronic tagging system that exploits the latest technology. This has been caused by a delay to the programme, spend on consultants and advisers and the impact of deferred costs. The programme’s delivery confidence is amber as contingency plans to ensure continued coverage of legal aid own client and duty work following the delay in implementing new crime contracts from 11 January to 1 April have been implemented.
Overall, the project remains on track to deliver to required quality and savings. The business cases for two plna modernisation projects have been approved by the programme board.
Following an intensive period of planning activity in mid August, the programme produced an integrated plan.
We are also proceeding with changes to the way the programme is managed. This remains a challenging programme, which we will continue to keep under review.
MOJ Government Major Project Portfolio data, September (CSV) –
Following busihess Ministerial Statement, the project is now closed. The key remaining deliverable to mandate the CRM14 eForm is dependent on the organisation introducing new contracts for criminal legal aid providers scheduled for Hmctd This period covers the expected duration of the contracts awarded through the programme. The main reasons for the variance between the budget and forecast are the extension of the programme and additional external solicitors costs.
The Whole Life Cost WLC reflects the ongoing costs of the programme, including operational costs, associated training and accommodation, capital and IT related spend.