Mixed Modes: Organisational profile for the Department for Transport

Mixed Modes: Organisational profile for the Department for Transport

Category : ICT & Media
February  2012  Pages : 34

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This report summarises the status of the Department of Transports ICT market providing marketers with essential information in regards to suppliers in this sector. This overview of the market is intended for those considering this market for the first time and those who have experience of this sector.
Department for Transport: including current ICT spending within hardware, software, services and communications.
This report provides detailed data and analysis on the Department for Transport, providing marketers with the essential tools to understand the market and allowing them to use the information to accurately identify the areas where they want to compete in the future.
Reasons To Buy
• Gain insight into funding, expenditure trends and investment drivers in this sector. • Gain knowledge about procurement trends within the Department for Transport. • Gain insight into future ICT initiatives and opportunities.

Table of Contents
1 Executive summary
2 Department for Transport
2.1 Organisational overview
2.2 Delivery organisations
2.3 External aims
2.3.1 Deliver rail projects
2.3.2 Support sustainable local travel
2.3.3 Tackle carbon and congestion on our roads
2.3.4 Promote sustainable aviation
2.3.5 Contribute to a successful 2012 Olympics
2.3.6 Promote the maritime sector
2.3.7 Ensure the security of transport industries
2.4 Internal challenges
2.4.1 Commercialisation DSA DVLA Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) Charging Highways Agency
2.4.2 Decentralisation and devolution Local Sustainable Transport Fund (LSTF) Highways Rail
2.5 Departmental staffing levels
2.6 Funding, expenditure trends and investment drivers
2.7 Procurement
3 Departmental ICT
3.1 ICT strategy
3.2 Structure of ICT function
3.3 ICT initiatives and opportunities
3.4 Key suppliers and contracts
3.5 Expenditure on ICT
3.5.1 Hardware
3.5.2 Software
3.5.3 Services
3.5.4 Communications
3.5.5 ICT staff
4 Key Bodies
4.1 Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)
4.1.1 Aims and objectives
4.2 Driving Standards Agency (DSA)
4.2.1 Aims and objectives
4.3 Government Car and Dispatch Agency (GCDA)
4.3.1 Aims and objectives
4.4 Highways Agency
4.4.1 Aims and objectives
4.5 Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA)
4.5.1 Aims and objectives
4.6 Vehicle Operator and Standards Agency (VOSA)
4.6.1 Aims and objectives
4.7 Northern Lighthouse Board and Trinity House Lighthouse Service
4.7.1 Aims and objectives
4.8 Vehicle Certification Agency (VCA)

List Of Tables
List Of Figures
Figure 1: DfT Internal Structure
Figure 2: Organisational view of delivery bodies (excluding British Transport Police)
Figure 3: Non-departmental bodies under the department (2010-11)
Figure 4: Spending by the DfT both funded through fees and charges and settlement (2010-11)
Figure 5: Distribution of DfT Settlement 2010-11 to 2014-15 (£m)
Figure 6: Capital and resource distribution of DfT settlement 2010-11 to 2014-15 (£bn)
Figure 7: Representative Chief Information Officers within DfT at September 2011
Figure 8: Back office IT managed service contract held by DfT agencies
Figure 9: 2010-11 suppliers revenues from the Highways Agency directorates Major Projects, Network Delivery
& Development and Traffic Management over £10m (£m)
Figure 10: Breakdown of DfT family ICT by category of spend (£m)
Figure 11: Programme versus back office spending (£m)

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