2013 Report details for project: Court Fines Compliance & Enforcement Project

Project name: Court Fines Compliance & Enforcement Project - there is only one report for this project
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Organisation: MOJ (D18) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2013 (data is from Sept 2012)
Category: Transformation - see all reports for this category
Description: The Compliance & Enforcement Services project looks to fully deliver the Criminal Compliance & Enforcement Blueprint and reform the compliance and enforcement activity within HMCTS. Project Outcomes: * Improve operational efficiency and the recovery of costs * Proactively manage and tailor compliance and enforcement activity to the individual * Ensure maximum amount of debt is recovered * Accurately account for and report on all income and performance * A credible deterrent for non-compliance * Ensure timely and robust management of outstanding debt
DCA (RAG): Amber
DCA text: The project held an industry market engagement event on 7 August at Warwick University. A total of 67 companies requested a copy of the event prospectus with 72 representatives attending on the day. The event provided an opportunity for the project to undertake early dialogue with potential suppliers and to enable an understanding of the markets appetite for the potential services contract and associated framework. Following the event, a series of 1-2-1 meetings have been held with 17 potential suppliers. Feedback from suppliers has been extremely useful, with some interesting feedback in relation to the proposed cross government framework and ideas around the payment/incentives schemes for the contract including suggestions relating to payment by results and transactional pricing etc. These discussions will help inform the project in the further development of the commercial model and high level requirements.
Start date: 2010-08-31
End date: 2014-02-01
Schedule text: In response to feedback, which included that received from engagement with the market, the project is no longer proceeding with developing a wider framework for Other Government Departments (OGDs) A Prior Information Notice (PIN) was issued on 22 Feb 2013 to inform the market of the change to project scope and of further market engagement by way of site visits; to discuss payment mechanisms, gain a better understanding on how the market have previously dealt with transition and on the issues that affect CESP.
Baseline: £4.50m
Forecast: £2.50m
Variance: -44.44%
Variance text: The project is at an early stage and commercial modelling is expected to occur across a longer timeframe which will result in less project spend during 2012/13 and more in 2013/14
Whole Life Cost: £8.60m
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Sourcefile: MOJ_2013.csv

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