2019 Report details for project: IT Infrastructure Sourcing Programme

Project name IT Infrastructure Sourcing Programme - there are 3 reports for this project: 2018, 2019, 2020
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Organisation DHSC (D12) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year 2019 (data is from September 2018)
Category ICT - see all reports for this category
Description: NHSBSA ITIS Programme is implementing a new IT Operating Model with a mix of internal and external supplier towers and a strengthened retained IT Organisation, that will replace the infrastructure managed service contract currently provided by Capita. The programme will be responsible for the transition of over 100 critical NHS Back office systems handling payments of over £34billion per annum on behalf of the NHS. This transition will include the implementation of new services with new suppliers, growth of new internal ICT capabilities, and the safe migration of all 100+ critical applications to new hosting arrangements to Crown Hosting Datacentres or Cloud Hosting. ?
DCA (RAG) Amber/Red
DCA text: The programme continues to make progress on a range of fronts. The work of the SRO has been supported by the creation of three Project executive roles, reducing the time required of the SRO but increasing the overall senior leadership and oversight. The contracts for the Managed Infrastructure Services (MIS) and networks (WAN/LAN) have been signed and the contractors are in mobilisation phase. The procurement of a Telephony provider is approaching completion. Emerging risks around the Service Integration and Management (SIAM) delivery have been mitigated by the procurement of external expertise which supplements our in-house service. Agreement has been reached with Capita, and detailed plans are being developed as the new suppliers are contracted. There are still significant challenges to delivery but Q2 has seen a significant reduction in the overall risk to the programme
Start date 2013-12-01
End date 2019-12-31
Schedule text In house services are on track. Suppliers are in mobilisation and detailed planning will follow in Quarter 3. At this point there is no contra-indicators to achieving our scheduled closure
Baseline £22.10m
Forecast £22.10m
Variance 0.00%
Variance text: Budget variance less than 5%
Whole Life Cost £129.50m
WLCost text: Following successful procurements a revised Full Business Case was approved by DHSC and HMT on 24th July with the following conditions: All costs associated with the business case are absorbed into the DHSC’s baseline agreed at the spending review ii) DHSC Provide updates to HMT officials on progress with transition iii) DHSC return to HMT for re-approval if there are significant issues with delivering on time, to cost or specification iv) DHSC return to HMT for approval if the costs of the network procurement exceed 20% of those estimated in the FBC The addendum came within the condition iv) above. DHSC approved the 9th of August in accordance with the agreed procedure. Costs are monitored continuously to ensure the conditions of the FBC approval are met.
Sourcefile IPA_2019.csv

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