2013 Report details for project: Community Payback

Project name: Community Payback - 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 MOJ Corporate Strategy 2011 -2015 sets out the strategic direction for the NOMS Agency with a single objective 'To deliver a transformed justice system and a transformed department - more efficient, more effective, less costly and more accountable and responsive to the public'. Underpinning that objective, the MOJ Business Plan describes the major commitments outlined in the structural reform plans including the commitment to reform how we deliver our services. NOMS will be responsible for implementation and is already committed to competing Community Payback with the first contract award anticipated in July 2012. A National Framework was set up to establish a number of pre-qualified providers of Community Payback which entitles them to bid for any CP competition across England and Wales. The National Framework exercise concluded in August 2010 and Serco, Sodexo (Kalyx) and Com:Pact (a partnership between Mitie and A4E) were awarded Framework status. The National Offender Management Service (NOMS) proposes to run mini-competitions for CP using the framework. The Framework providers and all Probation Trusts (subject to a national gateway process) will have the exclusive right to bid for CP services. Our Commissioning Strategy proposes a nationally co-ordinated process to apply the Framework contract to all Community Payback services across England and Wales. This will take in to account local requirements as per the direction set by the Ministry of Justice and NOMS Business Plans. In order to obtain best value, we propose to: ?create six lots, in order to balance economies of scale with the need to maintain local connections, ? give bidders a substantial degree of freedom to innovate - both in terms of driving down costs and also in responding to the various practice initiatives which have been flagged in the Green Paper (‘Breaking the cycle: effective punishment, rehabilitation and sentencing of offenders’).
DCA (RAG): Amber/Green
DCA text: In October 2012 Minsters announced their intention to include the Completion of Community Payback for the rest of England and Wales within a new Rehabilitation Programme. The London (Lot1) Contract went live on schedule on the 31 October 2012. The transition phase ended on the 31 January 2013. Contract management work continues and the project is now 'Business as Usual'. Work continues on completing the actions required to close the Project.
Start date: 2010-10-01
End date: 2012-12-31
Schedule text: Now that the Project is 'Business As Usual' we are preparing to close the Project during the Summer of 2013.
Baseline: £6.85m
Forecast: £6.85m
Variance: 0.00%
Variance text:
Whole Life Cost: £43.26m
WLCost text: The figures have increased slightly for future BAU and contract costs, which now run from Nov 12 until Sep 16, in lieu of confirmation of the final Contract price. The revised financial figures for the project were submitted for subsequent reports.
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Sourcefile: MOJ_2013.csv

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