2019 Report details for project: Technology Platforms for Tomorrow (TPT)

Project name: Technology Platforms for Tomorrow (TPT) - there are 4 reports for this project: 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
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Organisation: HO (D16) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2019 (data is from Sept 2018)
Category: ICT - see all reports for this category
Description: The programme will facilitate an exit from the overarching Fujitsu IT2000 contract. To replace these contracted services through modernisation of enterprise-wide user services; cost reduction in the disaggregation and replacement of a single supplier contract with appropriate service components.
DCA (RAG): Amber
DCA text: The programme RAG rating reflects the overall progress made and the risks remaining in the final stage of delivery. The programme has two key outputs outstanding: conclusion of Microsoft Office 365 migration and the decommissioning of the existing IT2000 contract, both of which carry risk and strategic dependencies which are being managed.
Start date: 2014-02-01
End date: 2019-03-31
Schedule text: Bulk migration to Windows 10 devices was completed as expected in September 2018. IT2000 exit plan is developing options for a reduced risk exit from the Fujitsu data centre. Dependencies, finance and the appetite for business change are all pressures, but developments in the stand up of product development and BAU support teams are progressing well which will ultimately facilitate TPT programme closure.
Baseline: £70.32m
Forecast: £76.50m
Variance: 9.00%
Variance text: The B/F variance recorded is as a result of a refreshed programme business case in September 2018. The major changes are: a reduction of the new business as usual (BAU) run costs due to delays in implementation, offset by ongoing recurring costs of their IT2000 equivalent. Increases for both CDEL and RDEL Programme costs are forecast for the remainder of 2018-19 and into 2019-20 to complete Programme delivery.
Whole Life Cost: £592.07m
WLCost text: Total Baseline whole life costs of £592M which include one off costs, recurring new costs and recurring old costs. The refresh of the Programme Business case in 2018 resulted in a reduction of the recurring new costs due to delays in implementation offset by recurring old costs.
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