Decisions

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Decisions published

19/10/2018 - CR 303 10 22 18 Procurement of Liquidlogic Support COntract ref: 1610    Recommendations Approved

The Council is implementing a new Integrated People Solution that encompasses adult and children social care with associated portals and financial and education management. This will replace key systems such as Carefirst, Liquidlogic and Capita One. The support contract for Liquidlogic ends 31 October, 2018 and no alternative arrangements were made given they are one of the leading suppliers and therefore submitted a tender for the integrated solution. Children's Social Care is due to go live initially in June 2019 but the associated portals will take longer and there are issues such as data archiving to sort out. Also, as with all business critical technology implementations there are many risks around this programme of work, the biggest being data quality and migration. Therefore it makes sense to build in a sensible amount of contingency with regard to support for the current system.

Decision Maker: Assistant Director of Customers, Digital and ICT

Decision published: 07/12/2018

Effective from: 19/10/2018

Decision:

To procure a Liquidlogic support contract for 2 years at a cost of £181, 636.

Lead officer: Julie Grant


04/12/2018 - RE18 0150 - Disposal of Land at College Road, Doncaster - DOncaster University Technical College ref: 1609    Recommendations Approved

This report follows on from Cabinet approval on 31 July, 2008 where decisions in relation to the site were delegated to the Director of Regeneration & Environment to take in consultation.

Decision Maker: Director of Regeneration and Environment

Decision published: 07/12/2018

Effective from: 04/12/2018

Decision:

To dispose 1.7 acres / 0.72 hectares of land at College Road, Doncaster to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government for the construction and provision of a University Technical College (UTC) via a new 125 year lease from a date to be agreed at a peppercorn rent with no premium.

Lead officer: Dave Stimpson


21/11/2018 - RE18 0148 - Business Investment Incentive Scheme Grant - Omega PLC ref: 1608    Recommendations Approved

Please see attached Officer Decision Record for full details

Decision Maker: Director of Regeneration and Environment

Decision published: 06/12/2018

Effective from: 21/11/2018

Decision:

To award the following grants to Omega PLC in relation to the Inward Investment Business Incentive Scheme:-

Speculative Build Grant £228,000
Job Creation Grant £50,000
Project Set Up Grant £5,000

Lead officer: Sue Harrison


15/11/2018 - RE18 0147 - Purchase of replacement items ref: 1607    Recommendations Approved

The items of plant have been identified as required immediately, prior and outside the current Fleet Replacement Programme which is being prepared for Cabinet. The replacement of these large plant items is critical to front line delivery, and they have now exceeded their life expectancy, and are proving unreliable and uneconomic to repair.
User sections have/will have to hire in machines to cover critical services of replacements are not purchased. Hiring in is not cost effective to the authority.

Decision Maker: Assistant Director of Trading Services and Assets

Decision published: 06/12/2018

Effective from: 15/11/2018

Decision:

To procure x 3 items of plant with funding from IMF
x 1 loading shovel - Gritting Operations approx £110,000
x 1 Telescopic handler - Stores/Gritting Operations approx £52,000
x 1 Mini Excavator - Cemeteries approx £30,000 (stolen)
Total Spend Circa £192,000

Lead officer: Richard Speight