2018 Report details for project: CJS Common Platform

Project name: CJS Common Platform - there are 2 reports for this project: 2018, 2019
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Organisation: MOJ (D18) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2018 (data is from Sept 2017)
Category: ICT - see all reports for this category
Description: The Common Platform Programme aims to deliver a technology platform which supports business transformation across the Criminal Justice system. CJS Common Platform Programme moved to become part of the MoJ Crime Programme in 2018.
DCA (RAG): Amber/Red
DCA text: The Common Platform Programme and Crime Service Model has now been brought into a single Crime Service Programme and good progress has been made. Digital mark-up (in-court resulting) has been rolled out nationally and has over 3000 users in our courts. 2000 online pleas are now made weekly using our new online ‘make a plea tool’ for traffic offences. This service has been extended to fare evasion with the first non-guilty plea moving to a summons in less than 24 hours. The first cases have also now been moved through the Crown Court end-to-end platform for the first time.
Start date: 2012-11-01
End date: 2019-03-29
Schedule text: The Programme has successfully delivered a number of services and iterations to services that are live. The initial functionality for two of the releases, which will provide the digital end to end service for criminal case management, have been delivered. The first releases for Charge to Initial Details of the Prosecution case (C2I) and Crown Court End to End (CCE2E) are live for Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) users in Mersey-Cheshire and HMCTS users in Liverpool Crown Court. This was a key milestone for the Programme. Automated Track Case Management continues to produce regular releases. Digital Mark Up rollout has commenced. The Business Case has been finalised and is going through the approval process.
Baseline: £73.59m
Forecast: £52.33m
Variance: -29.00%
Variance text: The majority of the in year variance relates to Voluntary Early Departure Scheme (VEDs) which was not required.
Whole Life Cost: £380.96m
WLCost text: The whole life costs include both the cost to deliver the programme and also the ongoing operating costs of the new service. The whole life costs for the programme will be updated as part of the latest business case refresh.
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Sourcefile: IPA_2018.csv

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