The team behind the NPCC Enabling Programmes are looking to undertake some pre-procurement market engagement. They will brief industry suppliers on the state of the three core programmes, the current requirements, and the commercial approach.
***This Event is now fully booked***
Date: 15th January 2018
Time: 16:30 – 17:30 + Drinks
Venue: techUK, 10 St Bride Street, London EC4A 4AD
The National Enabling Programmes are three programmes designed to provide police with the tools and capabilities they need to for the future. The NEP will ensure all UK police forces have a secure platform and national standards that enable new ways of working and collaborating; whilst maintaining the autonomy for local decision-making and the control of their digital assets.
The NEP are divided into three core strands: Productivity Services, Identity and Access Management, and a National Management Centre. Collaboration at a national policing level will be enabled, digital communications and mobile technology will be better utilised, with wider business change possible.
Commissioner Ian Dyson (City of London Police), the Senior Responsible Owner of the Programmes, and Ian Bell, the Director of the Programmes, are looking to engage the market ahead of the various procurements that will arise from the Programmes. Together with colleagues, they will brief industry suppliers on the progress of the NEP so far, the different components, the tech requirements, and the commercial approach.
This event is a great opportunity for suppliers to improve their understanding of the NEP, and a chance to inform the current approach.
After the briefing there will be a Q&A session, followed by drinks and networking.
Speakers will include:
- Cmsr Ian Dyson QPM, City of London Police
- Ian Bell, NPCC Enabling Programmes Director
- Jason Corbishley, CTO NPCC Enabling Programmes