Target Operating Models and Office Modernisation Programme (FOI)
Target Operating Models and Office Modernisation Programme (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by Government of Jersey and published on 15 March 2019.
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I would like to know the cost of Consultants / Professional fees, by department, employed for assistance with the transition to the new States of Jersey Target Operating Model.
I would also like to know the cost of Consultants / Professional fees, by department, employed for assistance with the Office Modernisation Programme.
For clarity, by department I mean I would like the spend broken down to show individual figures for the following:
Customer and Local Services
Children, Young People, Education and Skills
Health and Community Services
Justice and Home Affairs
Office of the Chief Executive;
States Treasury and Exchequer
Growth, Housing and Environment
Strategic Policy, Performance and Population
Chief Operating Office
It is not possible to provide a response as the information required to answer this part of the request is not held in a reportable format.
Suppliers have been engaged to perform various pieces of work to help transform the organisation including support on cultural change, recruitment, programme and portfolio management and process review.
Some of this work will help establish the requirements for the Target Operating Models (TOMs) in various departments. However, some of the work is related to delivering business as usual during a period of transition; other costs relate to transformation programmes other than Target Operating Model restructuring.
To retrieve and extract the information in reference to your request would exceed the cost limit provisions allowed under Article 16 of the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011 (the FOI Law) and the 12.5 hours maximum allowed under regulation 2 (1) of the Freedom of Information (Costs) (Jersey) Regulations 2014, as it would require the review of all ledger positions and business units.
Costs to date incurred on consultants and professional fees by department for work related to the Office Modernisation Project, including the move to Broad Street, are:
Growth, Housing and Environment £775,725
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