5 March 2003
Work on the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority's Information and IT Strategies has been completely successfully, it was announced today.
IT services and solutions provider Capula, which was selected last year to assist in the project, said action plans and internal communications strategies have been prepared for implementing the plans.
Tony McManus, Head of IT for LFEPA, commented: "Capula has worked with LFEPA to document an Information Strategy and an Information Technology Strategy which form part of LFEPA's commitment to Best Value.
"The Information Strategy provides a structure both for encapsulating all LFEPA's information needs and how the organisation wants its staff to value information. Processes have been defined for monitoring the strategy and the internal and external change triggers.
"The Information Technology Strategy translates the Information Strategy into applications and infrastructure over a five-year time horizon. The basis for moving forward is LFEPA's successful Thin Client architecture."
Tony Pegg, head of Capula's Public Sector business, commented: "We are extremely delighted to have had the opportunity to work with LFEPA and to have demonstrated our ability to deliver on time to specification with a high level of customer satisfaction."
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