2017 Report details for project: Procurement Transformation Programme

Project name Procurement Transformation Programme - there are 3 reports for this project: 2017, 2018, 2019
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Organisation DOH (D12) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year 2017 (data is from September 2016)
Category Transformation - see all reports for this category
Description: NHS Supply Chain - Future Operating Model 1. To develop strategic approach to procure services to replace NHS Suply Chain contract 2. To design the future operating model (FOM) for NHS Supply Chain services with a view to delviery significant savings to the NHS by acheiving the following a) Increase compliance of NHS to purchase a standard range of clinically appropriate products b) Increase uptake/volume of product purchased via NHS Supply Chain c) Utilise increased buying power to affect purchasing behaviours d) Lower the cost of product for the NHS 3. To plan and implement the chosen operating model for NHS Supply Chain to ensure delivery of service beyond October 2018
DCA (RAG) Amber
DCA text: The Procurement Transformation Programme (PTP) is currently assessed as ‘Amber’ for the following reasons: 1. PTP remains on course to deliver by the target end date of 30th Sept 2018. It will be a replacement contract (or set of contracts) to the existing DHL NHS Supply Chain contract. 2. We have progressed the recommendations from the Gateway 2 Review (Delivery Strategy) and subsequent Assurance of Action Plan (AAP) Review 3. The Programme Business Case (PBC) was approved by DH ministers and submitted to HM Treasury for approval. 4. HM Treasury has indicated that the Category Towers Outline Business Case (OBC) may be approved for procurement procedures to commence before Christmas. 6. Programme Management - a full time Programme Director is expected in post come the new year with robust programme management controls under development to support delivery. The core Programme Team will also be working with IPA and DH colleagues to agree the appropriate assurance framework going forward.
Start date 2015-03-31
End date 2019-03-31
Schedule text The PTP remains on schedule to deliver a new contract to replace the existing DHL NHS Supply Chain contract currently managed by the NHS BSA by 1 Oct 2018 and has a clear suite of products/tools required to enable successful delivery. This will provide the NHS with an effective and efficient procurement of clinically rationalised goods which can be procured through the NHS Supply Chain.
Baseline £16.80m
Forecast £16.80m
Variance 0.00%
Variance text: Budget variance less than 5%
Whole Life Cost £140.65m
WLCost text: Whole life costs for PTP consist of both the capital and revenue spend as detailed in the Programme Business Case currently going through the final stages of the HM Treasury approvals process. These are the costs associated with running the Programme and setting up the Future Operating Model (FOM).
Sourcefile IPA_2017.csv

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