The impact is to the cashflow across the lifecycle of construction though there is no impact on the overall Whole Life Costs WLC of the programme. The programme is now in the final stages of roll out and will soon progress to programme closure. The delivery confidence assessment reflects the continued challenges in migrating users to the new system, and the programme’s on-going efforts to improve the user experience by implementing enhancements to it. This will allow online application forms to be mandated and subsequent closure of the Crime Change Programme. Costs in this financial year are below budget. Includes programme costs as well as the full anticipated cost of the new contracts, assuming a 5 year contract period. Yes No Tell us what you were looking for Thank you for your feedback!
However, due to the challenges in securing Treasury funding, delivery confidence remained amber red during Bueiness. These changes will allow us to continue to drive and oversee delivery from suppliers.
The Whole Life Costs cover the implementation budget and some elements of ongoing business as usual support costs. Both the prison benchmark and facilities management projects continue to actively manage the hmccts to business as usual despite the challenging prison environment. Current year baseline and forecast reflect latest position and are slightly different to the latest Programme Business Case PBC model.
This will allow online application forms to be mandated and subsequent closure of the Crime Change Programme. The delivery confidence reflects the successful delivery of the programme, on time and within budget, on 31 March Whilst the programme aimed to mandate online form use to 20115-16 with the new crime contracts, this was not possible due to the delay in awarding providers new contracts.
This decision has been made following feedback from providers and their representative bodies and will give providers extra busineas to familiarise themselves with the system and complete training ahead of full mandatory use.
MOJ Government Major Project Portfolio data, September (CSV) –
These changes were announced in a Written Ministerial Statement on 25 February The spend profile is moving towards more resource spend.
In Septemberthe amber delivery confidence assessment reflected good overall progress with the need to rapidly grow the capacity and capability of the core programme team to enable the scheduled ramp up to activity. The main reasons for the variance between the budget and forecast are the extension of the programme and additional external solicitors costs.
There have been savings in licences, contingency and hosting and support costs. The baseline budget figures reflect the original business case.
Work continues to agree the overall transformation plan with the supplier, complete with major milestones and all key delivery points. However, due to the risk to operational performance as a result of slow uptake in online applications for criminal legal aid, the review team felt amber green would be appropriate.
As part of the business transition and handover strategy, a board consisting of senior business managers, technical leads and the Programme Director meet frequently to embed the programme delivery into the CJS.
MOJ Government Major Project Portfolio data, September 2015 (CSV)
This is consistent with previous returns. In achieving these aims, the work of the Judicial Office is essential. The team is now focused on launching competitions to the market busniess learning and skills provision and the running of a large industrial complex. As a result, the review team were satisfied that this no longer represented a significant risk to the programme. The impact is to the cashflow across the lifecycle of construction though there is no impact on the overall Whole Life Costs WLC of the programme.
The programme is due to conclude at the end of Marchin line with original proposals. Capital proceeds are netted off against capital spend. 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.
The Prison Unit Cost Programme PUCP aims to maximise the delivery of savings from public sector prisons over the three years to March by reducing operating costs and supporting the safety, security, and decency of public prisons within the agreed specifications.
MoJ is working with The Cabinet Office and the supplier to agree a transition plan and a new project end date. The Spending Review outcome could also lead to a requirement to rapidly redesign plans.
Our commitment is simple: Thank you for your feedback. Interdependencies on other agency programmes are also causing cost increases. Once the final response has been approved, the 2015–16 will move into implementation.
The landscape of the justice system is changing. Collectively, these departments are working with Cabinet Office to resolve the issues.