Requests and responses by category
Requested Fri 08 September 2017
Responded Fri 08 September 2017
How many employees do you currently have working for you and are any of those employees remote (working from home or not based in the office)?
Have you had any major organisational changes in the last 18 months? (New directors, CEO's, change in ownership or turnover increases)
When was the last time you had an IT hardware update? (New computers, servers etc.)
What software do you use for your accounting and budgeting?
How many purchase invoice transactions do you make on average per calendar?
Do you currently use a software based document management system or do you physically file?
Is your IT outsourced, in house or Hosted?
Do you manage or own housing stock? If yes, how many stock? If no, which ALMO or Housing Association manages them for you?
Do you have an internal DSO/DLO/Trading Organisation? If no, which contractor do you use?
Who Manages your public buildings and spaces?
Who manages your highways department?
Please accept my apologies for the delay in responding.
Q1 - 361 employees of which 11 work from home on a permanent basis. Q2 - No major organisational changes have taken place in the last 18 months. Q3 - We are constantly updating IT hardware.Q4 - Agresso. Q5 - The council processes an average of 13,000 purchase orders per calendar year. Q6 - "Document Managed System" is used with very limited physical filing. Q7 - We have an in-house IT service. Q8 - Hastings Borough Council do not own any Housing Stock, this was transferred to 1066 Housing Association in 1996 as part of LSVT (Large Scale Voluntary Transfer)The Council operates a 'Social Lettings Agency' of which there are 49 leased units. Q9 - At this point in time, we do not have a Direct Service Organisation (DSO) or Direct Labour Organisation (DLO). I would have said we do not have a trading organisation although, as provided above, it operates a Social Lettings Agency of which there are 49 leased units. Q10 - Hastings Borough Council manages its own public buildings and spaces, although these are small in number and include its Town Hall, Muriel Matters House (its main operational building), Museum and Arts gallery, Seafront promenade, car parks, parks and gardens and one or two other outposts within its boundary. Q11 - East Sussex County Council manages the highways, please visit their website for further information: www.eastsussex.gov.uk
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