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Government Major Projects data for the Foreign and Commonwealth OfficeMajor Project Portfolio data Sept 2015

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Project Name ABUJA New Office and Residence UKERP Technology Overhaul Movement of Personal Effects Contract ICT Re-procurement
IPA RAG rating (A Delivery Confidence Assessment of the project at a fixed point in time, using a five-point scale, Red – Amber/Red – Amber – Amber/Green – Green; definitions in the IPA Annual Report) Amber Amber/Red Amber Amber Amber/Green
Description / Aims To provide a secure modern fit for purpose HMG office compound for both BHC and DFID in Abuja, Nigeria. The project supports the wider Cabinet Office strategy of consolidating the HMG Estate in Central London in KCS. The project will deliver savings from 2016/17 in operating costs and promotes Diplomatic Excellence. • Providing reliable, resilient and easy to use technology across our global network. • Enabling mobile and flexible working, ‘Official’ where possible, ‘Official-Sensitive’ where really necessary. • Providing customer interaction and service provisions which are digital by default, delivering information and knowledge management capabilities, encouraging innovation and a culture of working together. To provide the continuation of the movement of personal effects (e.g. Heavy Baggage, UAF, Car Freight) to HMG staff and their dependents posted overseas from September 2016 The Programme was tasked with procuring and transitioning to a new Service Management and Integration (SMI) service and a successor Desktop Infrastructure (DI) service to replace our business critical “Firecrest” managed service contract with the then incumbent, Hewlett Packard (HP). The Programme was established to prepare for and carry out the necessary procurement activity, put in place and transition to the DI and SMI contracts, maintain service continuity as the HP contract expired, enhance the systems and services and deliver significant cost savings in doing so.