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1 The National Smartcard Project Richard Tyndall Director, Edge Smartcard Project on behalf of Michael Gates National Smartcard Project Manager

2 2 Agenda Background National Projects Programme National Smartcard Project Organisation Work Packages Getting Involved Questions

3 3 Background National Strategy for Local Government published April – finalised November 2002 Identified the development of national projects Building on LGOL pathfinder projects Dissemination of best practice Building blocks for e-Government

4 4 National Projects Programme Government intends to ‘pull together existing LGOL pathfinder and other pilots into national projects’ National projects will seek to develop common standards and generic solutions… National projects will create ‘products’ ready for take-up by local government

5 5 National Projects approved so far School Admissions Customer Relations Management Local Planning Services E-procurement Digital TV Valubill (CTax and NNDR) Working with Local Businesses Smartcards Crime Reduction and Youth Offending Benefits (Pensions + Job Centre Plus) Personalised Local Service Websites

6 6 National Smartcard Project Initiative arose from ODPM and LGOL Pathfinders All local authorities were encouraged to register an interest First meeting held end of May 2002 Engaged more than 30 local authorities and organisations

7 7 How did we get here? Creation of framework proposal Agreed to develop 10 work packages Lead authority for each work package identified First draft proposal submitted to ODPM in June 2002, final draft submitted mid October 2002 Overall funding approx £4m approved March 2003

8 8 How will we move forward?

9 9 Work Packages 1. Project Management 2. Business Case 3. Standards 4. Procurement Models 5. Links to Central Government 6. Commercial Applications 7. Delivery Across Regions 8. Legal and Data Privacy 9. Starter Pack 10. Dissemination

10 10 WP1: Project Management Leader: Mike Gates, Bracknell Forest BC Project Office: In Bracknell and on the web Project Assistant: to be appointed

11 11 WP2: Business Case Leader: Rob Gair, Southampton City Council Team: NERSC, Bracknell Forest, Cornwall, Doncaster Key Deliverable: Business model to include social, political, financial and commercial considerations

12 12 WP3: Standards Leader: Mick Davies, London Connects Team: LASSEO, ALCO, ITSO, Sheffield CC Key Deliverables: technical standards, accreditation, specifications and management arrangements for card schemes

13 13 WP4: Procurement Models Leader: Conn Crawford, City of Sunderland Team: NERSC, Bracknell Forest, LB Newham, DFeS, ALCO Key Deliverable: Best practice guidance manual

14 14 WP5: Links to Central Gov’t Leader: Wendy Violentano, DfES Team: DfT, DoH, Oe-E Key Deliverable: Agreement to minimise the number of smartcards deployed

15 15 WP6: Commercial Applications Leader: Rob Gair, Southampton City Council Team: Windsor and Maidenhead, West Midlands, ALCO, DfT Key Deliverable: Card demonstrators including the use of commercial applications

16 16 WP7: Delivery Across Regions Leader: Sue Devlin, Bolton MBC Team: Various regional groups Key Deliverable: Interoperability of different card schemes

17 17 WP8: Legal and Data Privacy Leader: Steve Pennant, LB Newham Team: Bracknell Forest, NERSC, DFeS Key Deliverable: Detailed advice and guidance on legal and data protection issues

18 18 WP9: Starter Pack Leader: Roy Cosway, Cornwall CC Team: Southampton CC, Bracknell Forest, NERSC Key Deliverable: Complete starter pack

19 19 WP10: Dissemination Leader: Linda Grange, South Bucks DC Team: Smart Card Networking Forum Key Deliverables: web site, publications and quarterly events

20 20 How Can I Get Involved? The membership of the project board is closed to the work package leaders The reference group membership is being considered Some work packages are looking for contributors Enquiries to Mike Gates or the relevant work package leader

21 21 National Smartcard Project Any Questions?


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