2016 Report details for project: MoJ Shared Services Evolve (SS Evolve) Programme

Project name: MoJ Shared Services Evolve (SS Evolve) Programme - there are 6 reports for this project: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
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Organisation: MOJ (D18) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2016 (data is from Sept 2015)
Category: ICT - see all reports for this category
Description: The aim of the MoJ Shared Services Evolve (SS Evolve) Programme is to deliver transformation in the approach to the provision of back office services in MoJ.
DCA (RAG): Amber/Red
DCA text: The delivery confidence reflects the ongoing commercial discussions with the supplier concerning the delay of MoJ on-boarding onto the Single Operating Platform (SOP). As part of the wider government shared service initiative, led by the Cabinet Office, other departments are finding themselves in a similar position. Collectively, these departments are working with Cabinet Office to resolve the issues. Work continues to agree the overall transformation plan with the supplier, complete with major milestones and all key delivery points.
Start date: 2013-09-07
End date: 2015-11-05
Schedule text: The programme is experiencing delays in moving to the SOP. MoJ is working with The Cabinet Office and the supplier to agree a transition plan and a new project end date.
Baseline: £93.91m
Forecast: £82.05m
Variance: -12.63%
Variance text: The profile now shows the position for the new milestone dates in line with the delayed SOP implementation from 2015/16 into 2016/17.
Whole Life Cost: £390.77m
WLCost text: The Whole Life Costs (WLC) represent the move to an outsourced service, utilising the Government's Next Generation Shared Services Strategy. WLC will be re-stated once the transition plan is finalised.
Sourcefile: IPA_2016.csv

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