2018 Report details for project: Criminal Justice System Exchange Re-provisioning

Project name: Criminal Justice System Exchange Re-provisioning - there is only one report for this project
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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 Criminal Justice System Exchange (CJSE) provides a platform that enables structured and semi-structured data to be exchanged and shared between various Criminal Justice Organisations within England and Wales. It is a key enabler that the police forces, Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunal Service (HMCTS) rely upon heavily for case preparation and the conduct of court proceedings on a daily basis. Any interruption to its service would have a major impact on the criminal justice system in a very short space of time. The legacy infrastructure and applications that comprise the CJSE use legacy systems and out of date technology and must be re-provisioned.
DCA (RAG): Amber
DCA text: The new CJSE service is now live having commenced on time, against the revised plan on 23 September 2017 and is running at full volume with all Criminal Justice Organisations connected. The Xhibit portal service has been disaggregated from the new CJSE service and will be run as a separate standalone project and the project will now produce a formal closure report. The programme has re forecasted to completion and consequently have released £1.5m RDEL.
Start date: 2015-10-31
End date: 2017-10-31
Schedule text: The new CJSE service is now live having commenced on time, against the revised plan on 23 September 2017 and is running at full volume with all CJOs connected. The Xhibit portal service has been disaggregated from the new CJSE service and will be run as a separate stand alone project.
Baseline: £16.06m
Forecast: £19.91m
Variance: 24.00%
Variance text: “The Xhibit Portal service has been disaggregated from the new CJSE service and will be run as a separate standalone project. The additional cost is the continued run costs for the legacy Xhibit Portal system until we can replace it.”
Whole Life Cost: £39.88m
WLCost text: The costs forecasted represent the cost horizon after a retendering the CJSE managed service. The result of which is a net reducing cost and one which is detailed within the cost section. There is no capital requirement for this project. • The FBC and proposal from bidder delivers a significant reduction, 68.5% (inc. OB) on existing CJSE baseline operating costs. • A number of services have been disaggregated, and have been remediated and moved to cloud • CCMT, DBS and Darts will have been removed from the core CJSE Service, with Xhibit Portal to be provided via CPP from FY17/18. • Enhanced DR and 24/7 availability for Bichard 7 and ExISS. • Core Service simplified with annual running costs reduced by 68.5% (inc. OB). • Future BAU service management and change management will now be less complex. This will reduce future change management costs as a consequence. • Predicted savings in a full year are £12.27m (see section 4.6, table 5). So after one-off and project team costs in FY16/17 through to FY17/18, payback occurs in April 2018.
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Sourcefile: IPA_2018.csv

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