2019 Report details for project: Asylum Accommodation and Support Transformation (AAST)

Project name: Asylum Accommodation and Support Transformation (AAST) - there are 2 reports for this project: 2018, 2019
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Organisation: HO (D16) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2019 (data is from Sept 2018)
Category: Transformation - see all reports for this category
Description: Asylum Accommodation and Support is a statutory responsibility. The project aims to deliver an Asylum accommodation and support model which will ensure the safety and security of service users and their host communities and represents value for money for the UK Government, learning the lessons from previous asylum support contracts.
DCA (RAG): Amber
DCA text: The Project's IPA RAG rating is Amber as good progress has been made on delivering the Full Business Case, which was submitted for Home Office approval on 22 September 2018, following conclusion of procurement of five accommodation lots. Procurement of the remaining two accommodation lots is ongoing, the project team are finalising the outcome of the advice, issue reporting procurement. Planning for the mobilisation and transition phase is underway in advance of the next phase of the project.
Start date: 2016-08-29
End date: 2019-09-02
Schedule text: Project schedule reviewed in light of procurement progress and a recovery plan put in place to re-procure two accommodation lots due to failure to secure compliant bids at initial procurement. Project remains on plan with delivery of the mobilisation and transition due to conclude September 2019
Baseline: £3.64m
Forecast: £19.97m
Variance: 449.00%
Variance text: Forecast variance is due to inclusion of anticipated costs of mobilisation and transition payments to suppliers which were not included in the Outline Business Case.
Whole Life Cost: £5,062.02m
WLCost text: The financial modelling for this project is based on three different service user volume scenarios depending on the number of Asylum Seekers within the UK requiring support. The figures used here are those representing the midpoint volume, however, the Outline Business Case presents a range given the inherent complexity regarding service user volumes.
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