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Recommends amendments to the London Fire Commissioner’s Scheme of Governance. It proposes that approval of procurement initiation under the Procurement Standing Orders should be delegated by the Commissioner to the Director of Corporate Services (DCS) and to the Assistant Director (Professional and Technical) and that the Assistant Director (Finance) should have delegated authority to exercise certain powers relating to financial management concurrently with the DCS
This report sets out the case for replacing personal issue fireground radios and mobile repeaters under a newly established project, and deferring the replacement of the BARIE and Intrinsically Safe Radios to be carried out under the scope of the Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) project.
Report LFC-0025 seeks approval to award contracts for the London Fire Brigade's insurance policies from 1 July 2018.
ln 2017, Assistant Commissioner Andy Roe and Tracey Dennison, interim Head of Human Resources Management, undertook a review of people-related services in the Brigade, leading to the creation of a People Services department for the Brigade, which would be headed up by a new Assistant Director,
Following changes to the provision of Fire Safety training course from the Babcock's contract. this paper seeks approval from the London Fire Commissioner, to tender for the provision of the Fire Engineering Degree course for five years commencing 2018, to replace previous arrangements,
This Decision authorises the initiation of tendering for a contract to design and build a data platform as part of the Business Intelligence Solutions (BIS) project. The BIS project was approved by the former London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority's (LFEPA) Resources Committee (reports FEP 2578 and FEP 2626) and is a budgeted corporate capital project. The data platform will enable the Brigade to create a central repository for all of reported information.
LFB adopted Microsoft (MS) Office as its desktop tool for email (Outlook), documents (Word), spreadsheets (Excel) and presentation (PowerPoint) software in 1999. A corporate budget is in place for the licensing of these products. The licensing arrangement with Microsoft requires a three yearly confirmation of the Brigade’s requirements against Microsoft’s current licensing structure and prices.
Electric Vehicle Charge Points (EVCPs) were installed at 78 of the London Fire Commissioner's (LFC) premises in 2015. Since the introduction of 57 electric range extended and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles into the LFC fleet, the demand for EVCPs across the estate has increased considerably.
This report sets out a formal pay policy statement for 2018/19 to be adopted by the London Fire Commissioner (LFC) in accordance with the requirements of the Localism Act 2011, section 38.
This report outlines the information published by the London Fire Commissioner (LFC) to provide clarity and reassurance that the LFC is no less transparent than the former London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority.
This report updates the London Fire Commissioner on the progress of work to prepare for the implementation of the new data protection regime introduced by the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation and the new Data Protection Bill/Act 2018. This report seeks to provide assurance to the Commissioner that the London Fire Brigade will be broadly compliant with the GDPR from 25 May 2018 (when the new arrangements come into effect).
The judgment of an Employment Tribunal concerning deductions from the pay of three crew manager starred (CM*) staff was received by a meeting of the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) on 24 November 2014.