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A 10-year contract for the supply of the Vision mobilising system and associated services awarded to Capita on the 1 August 2012. The contract is due to end on 31 July 2022 but can be extended incrementally up to 2026. The Vision System went live in November 2015, and if these contract extension options are exercised in full, the Brigade will have been using the Vision mobilising system for 11 years by 2026.
This paper seeks permission to undertake alterations to New Cross Fire Station to facilitate the creation of a public community facility, and training facilities for Outreach, LiFE, and Fire Cadets. These proposed workd will utilise the existing station accommodation more efficiently and bring back into use areas that are presently not used, and realign the station accommodation to ensure secutiry is maintained between operational and public areas.
This report seeks approval to awared a contract for the provision of Wide Area Network (WAN), Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) and Internet Services to the Brigade, follwing a re-procurement exercise.
This report sets out the proposed Carbon Reduction Strategy for the London Fire Commissioner (LFC) to achieve the 2025 Target of 60% CO2 reduction, and the associated funding requirement of £2,943k over 3 years to deliver the necessary energy demand reduction works.
Subsequent to the appointment of Andrew Roe as London Fire Commissioner on 1 January 2020, a new transformation Delivery Plan in response to the Grenfell Tower Inquiry and the inspection report by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire andnRescue Services has been Developed.
This report summarises the work carried out under the Internal Audit Shared Service Agreement by the Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC)'s Directorate of audit, Risk and Assurance in the third quarter of 2019/20. It provides an assessment of the adequacy and effectiveness of the internal control framework within the Brigade.
The Brigade's current three-year information and technology strategy - LFC in a digital world, 2019-2021, was approved by the Commissioner in December 2018 (LFC0094-D). As part of our commitment to ensure that the strategy remains current and focused, the intention was to provide periodic updates to the Brigade's corporate boards in respect of progress in delivering the strategy, and refresh the strategy on an annual basis. The review of the strategy is an action in the agreed Delivery Plan.
A strategy and delivery plan setting out the Commissioner's direction of travel and priorities for the London Fire Brigade has been developed and is presented for agreement.
This paper presents the Brigade's performance as at the end of quarter 4 2018/19 (data to the end of 31 March 2019). This report covers performance against budgets, key indicators, risks and projects
This paper presents the Brigade's performance against the London Safety Plan as at the end of quarter two 2019/20 (data to the end of September 2019). This report covers performance against budgets, key indicators, risks and projects.
This report is submitted in accordance with FInancial Regulation 22 which requires that the statutory finance officer (Director of Corporate Services) submit a mid-year monitoring report on the activities of the London Fire Commissioner's (LFC) treasury management operation to the Commissioner's Board.
This report seeks approval to refurbish and extend Plumstead FIre Station in line with the recommendations of the recently commisisoned feasibility report.