University Disclosure Log

Date received Date due Date completed Information asked for Notes
2 February 20131 March 20135 February 2013As a University is a public body listed under the Freedom of Information Act, the organisation is entitled to disclose this information within 20 days.

I request that the information is sent via email, attached as a PDF. Please inform me of any charges before proceeding with the request. If I am going to be charged for the request, I do not wish to make the request but I wish to be informed of what the costs of the request would be.

If there are any

My request is:

I am a requesting that your University provides a full list of companies it invests in, including pension funds, hedge funds and banks, including the value of each investment. This includes any held in subsidiary companies or bodies in which the University is the majority shareholder or in other form, the owner. Where the university funds are investments are managed by a third party, please provide information about the companies that university funds have been invested by that third party.

If any similar Freedom of Information Request has been made to your university then please indicate this.
The Pension fund belongs to Staffordshire County Council and we do not have any hedge funds.
12 February 201312 March 201318 February 2013I would like to submit a Freedom of Information Request relating to specific a ICT contract(s) for Servers which may include:
Server Hardware Maintenance
Server Software (Licensing)
Server Storage
Microsoft Support (Server)
SAN Maintenance

For each of the types of ICT contract above can you please send me the following data types:

1. Contract Title:
2. Existing/Current Supplier:
3. Hardware/Software Brand(s):
4. Number of Users:(Total number of users within the org)
5. Operating System (Platform) : (Windows, Linux, Unix etc.)
6. Total number of Servers (per supplier):
7. Number of Virtual Servers: (of the total number of server how many are virtual)
8. Total Contract Value: (For the whole duration of the contract, if the total value sent is per annum please state this in the response)
9. Duration: (Please can you also include notes if the contract includes any contract extension periods.)
10. Contract Expiry Date:
11. Contract Review Date: (An approximate date of when the organisation is planning to review this particular contract.)
12. Brief Contract Description:
13. Internal Contact: (The person from within the organisation that is responsible for reviewing and renewing this particular contract. Please include there full name, job title, direct contact number and direct email address.)
Also if there is more than one supplier can you please split the contract up individually and also please be more precise into the data for number of servers, hardware brand, operating system etc.
Server Hardware Maintenance - Phoenix Server Software (Licensing) - Hewlett Packard (HP) Servers and Storage
Server Storage - Windows and Red Hat
Microsoft Support (Server) - 340 approx
SAN Maintenance - 240 approx
1. Contract Title: Managed Support Service Agreement
2. Existing/Current Supplier: See above
3. Hardware/Software Brand(s): See above
4. Number of Users:(Total number of users within the org) see above
5. Operating System (Platform) : (Windows, Linux, Unix etc.) see above
6. Total number of Servers (per supplier): see above
7. Number of Virtual Servers: (of the total number of server how many are virtual) see above
8. Total Contract Value: (For the whole duration of the contract, if the total value sent is per annum please state this in the response) �48,000pa
9. Duration: (Please can you also include notes if the contract includes any contract extension periods.) 12 months
10. Contract Expiry Date: 31st July 2013
11. Contract Review Date: (An approximate date of when the organisation is planning to review this particular contract.)
12. Brief Contract Description: Possibly beginning of May 2013
13. Internal Contact: (The person from within the organisation that is responsible for reviewing and renewing this particular contract. Please include there full name, job title, direct contact number and direct email address.) Mr Peter Butler Associate Director of Info Technology p.h.butler@staffs.ac.uk +44 (0)1785 353398
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18 February 201318 March 201319 March 2013Received an excel sheet with 11 question ranging from Personnel, Estates and Student officeComplied all information and sent to requester.
24 February 201322 March 201325 February 20131) Whether you have a policy for taking people for work experience
Through the Government Work Experience Scheme or any other
Government programme for people claiming Job Seekers Allowance
(JSA)? And if so what is this policy?

2) Have you had people on JSA carrying out work experience in the
University through a government scheme over the last 12 months? And
If so how many?
We don't have any scheme or have not taken anyone on for work experience through any scheme in the last twelve months
22 February 201322 March 201327 March 2013The request for information is set out as a bespoke Green League online survey for your institution. A link to this year's survey questions has also been sent directly to the Estates or Environmental Management staff usually responsible for Staffordshire University's submission - where such contacts have been provided to us by the institution for this purpose.

Here is the link to the 2013 Green League survey for Staffordshire University: URL

This bespoke online survey is pre-filled with the data submitted by Staffordshire University last year (if applicable) to save time. We are only requesting information and evidence where circumstances have changed or new information is required specific to 2012-2013. NB: many questions require proof of annual reporting so updated documents must be provided to retain points awarded in previous years. The survey highlights clearly where criteria or evidence requirements have been updated or changed since 2012, so please pay careful attention to these.
Estates completed the request on-line.
22 February 201322 March 201321 March 2013Could you please answer the following questions regarding your
Application landscape:
1. Who looks owns the OBIEE and OBIA applications?
2. Who is responsible for functionality and improvements of the
OBIEE and OBIA applications?
3. How much are you currently spending on annual maintenance for
Your OBIEE and OBIA application?
1. Who looks owns the OBIEE and OBIA applications? - Information Services on behalf of the institution
2. Who is responsible for functionality and improvements of the
OBIEE and OBIA applications? - Business Applications with Information Services on behalf of the Institution.
3. How much are you currently spending on annual maintenance for
Your OBIEE and OBIA application? - Annual spend for 2012/13 period in relation to Oracle Software Update License and Support (SUL&S) for the OBIEE and OBIA application amounts to �63,687.66 excluding VAT