University Disclosure Log

Date received Date due Date completed Information asked for Notes
1 February 201629 February 201622 February 2016Taken from attached spreadsheet
Number of staff within the organisation
Number of Full Time Students
Number of Part Time Students
Annual IT spend - last financial year
IT Budget - next financial year
Number of PC's within the IT network
Number of Laptop/Mobile Devices

Plans for new sites over the next 3 years (please provide detail below)





Equipment/Software Manufacturer
Network - Core Switches
Network - Edge Switches
Network - Wireless
Firewall
Storage Area Network (SAN)
Servers/Hosts
Backup - Hardware
Backup - Software
Backup - Service
Email System
Documents were sent, parlty completed some information was refused. Costs are being refused under Section (41) Information provided in confidence & Section (43) Commercial interests:
7 February 20164 March 201624 February 20161. Does your institution have a policy on the receipt of research funding from the tobacco, alcohol or gambling industries? If so, please send us the policy or direct us to a web resource
2. Has the ethics of accepting funds from tobacco, alcohol or gambling industry sources ever been formally discussed by your institution�s Senate or Board or a body of similar status? If so, when was the most recent formal discussion about the ethics of accepting research funding from tobacco, alcohol or gambling industry sources?
3. Would it be correct to say that funding from tobacco, alcohol or gambling industry sources is handled in the same way as other research funding?
4. Has your institution received funding from tobacco, alcohol or gambling industry sources in 2014 and 2015? If so, please state the project titles or areas of research funded and the amount of funding received per project
5. Has your institution signed any contracts with tobacco, alcohol or gambling industry bodies containing non-disclosure clauses? (i.e. Clauses that prohibit release of information about the funding arrangement)
6. Does your institution anticipate modifying its current position on funding from the tobacco, alcohol or gambling industries in the next 12 months? If yes, please describe how it might change
Question 1
Reply � Staffordshire University does not have a policy covering the receipt of research funding from tobacco, alcohol and gaming industries. The University has, however, signed the UK Research Integrity Concordat and expects research associated with the University to be carried out by the highest standards of rigour and integrity. An extended Code highlighting good practice in the conduct and management of research is currently being prepared for University staff and students and should be published this Spring.

In addition, Staffordshire University has in place an Ethical Investment Policy which places an obligation on the Institution to operate in an ethical manner and to take account of social, environmental and ethical considerations in all activities including financial investments. The policy includes the following statement:

Stakeholders may draw attention to any of the University�s investments that may be considered unethical. Examples include, but are not limited to:-
Support of unethical operations such as armament sales to military regimes, tobacco production or animal testing for purely cosmetic purposes.

To access the policy, open the link below:
URL


The University also has a Institutional Research Ethics Committee which sits outside Faculty management structures and is qualified to offer independent advice to members of staff who may have reservations over the terms, conditions attached to a particular research funding award.

A policy governing ethical fundraising is in the process of being developed and will be adopted by Staffordshire University.
Reply There is no record of the either University�s Academic Board or Board of Governors discussing the ethics of accepting funds from tobacco, alcohol or gambling industry sources. However, the University�s Development Board considered during late 2015 whether the Institution should accept funding from the Bet 365 Foundation (a charitable agency independent of the Bet365 company ) to provide bursaries to support undergraduate students from disadvantaged backgrounds. This funding was for student support rather than research.

Reply We normally follow the procedures set out by the grant awarding bodies and funding agencies for receiving and disbursing funds . As such we don�t have Staffordshire University does not have a different criteria for determining the acceptance of funding from tobacco, alcohol or gambling industry sources.

As a HEI, the University has an obligation to conduct its fundraising operations in an ethical manner. Due diligence will be observed at all times when assessing whether or not to accept donations and funding.

Reply Please see reply to Question 2.

No - Staffordshire University observes recognised national and EU good practice in the receipt and disclosure of research funding.

While there is no immediate intention to review the University�s position on the receipt of funding from the tobacco, alcohol or gambling industries, as part of our commitment to upholding the integrity of research, we map our processes and procedures against best national practice and will produce an action plan to address any gaps.
3 February 20162 March 201629 February 20161) The number of formal student appeals (not complaints) received in the periods:
A. 1st Jan 2014 � 31st Dec 2014
B. 1st Jan 2015 � 31st Dec 2015
2) The percentage of those appeals in 1) above that were made by i) undergraduate students, and ii) graduate students.
1) The number of formal student appeals (not complaints) received in the periods:
A. 1st Jan 2014 � 31st Dec 2014
Appeal data is held for academic years (September through following August). We do not have any data for academic year 2013/2014. Therefore the only data available for calendar year 2014 is from our records for academic year 2014/15, meaning that the records begin in September 2014.
Between 1 September 2014 and 31 December 2014 the University received 133 appeals as described in the FOI request.
B. 1st Jan 2015 � 31st Dec 2015
Between 1 Jan 2015 and 31 Dec 2015 the University received 730 appeals as described in the FOI request.
2) The percentage of those appeals in 1) above that were made by i) undergraduate students, and ii) graduate students.
Student level of study is not presently recorded in the appeals system.
3) The percentage of those appeals in 1) above that concerned a) academic appeals and b) academic misconduct appeals.
The University does not differentiate between the above two types of appeal in its records.
4) The number of appeal hearings that took place for each period in 1a) and 1b) above.
No appeal hearings were held during 2014 or 2015.
5) Whether the University allows students to be legally represented at appeal hearings.
Not permitted
6) If legal representation is allowed, the percentage of appeal hearings in which the student was legally represented (for each period in 1a) and 1b) above).
Legal representation is not permitted.
7) If known, the name of the firms and individual lawyers who represented the students in the appeal hearings (from 1st Jan 2014 to 31st Dec 2015 � no need to break it down into further periods).
Legal representation is not permitted.








8) The outcome, in percentage terms (e.g., 50% upheld, 50% dismissed), of the student appeals in question 1 above for each period 1a) and 1b).
September 2014
Upheld 66%
Not Upheld 32%
Withdrawn 2%

2015
Upheld 73%
Not Upheld 25%
Partly Upheld 1%
Withdrawn 2%

9) Details of how members of appeal panels are recruited
The Assessment Appeals Board membership is outlined in the University policy �Academic Award Regulations - Procedure for a student to appeal against the decision of an Assessment/Award Board�. The policy states the following:
�4. Membership of the Assessment Appeals Board
4.1 The membership of the Assessment Appeals Board shall comprise:
(a) A Deputy Vice-Chancellor or a Faculty/School Dean, or an Associate Dean of Learning and Teaching, other than from the Faculty/School in which you are studying.
(b) Two Academic Staff representatives who shall also be members of the Academic Board or Learning, Teaching and Assessment Committee, having no direct connection with your case.
(c) Students� Union representative
The Student Appeals, Complaints and Conduct Manager or nominee will act as Secretary of the Board but play no part in the decision making process.�

10) Details of any formal training on the conduct of student appeals provided to members of appeal panels
Informal training held with new panel members but no formal training.
11) Details of any formal training provided to those members in the Student Union who advise students on their academic appeals (often called `Student Advisers�)
This falls under the Student Union and they do not fall under this remit.
12) If formal training to members of appeal panels or student advisers is provided, the dates, duration and content of each formal training session on student appeals.
Not applicable.
2 February 20161 March 201629 February 2016How many students in the last three years, on Social Work programmes at Staffordshire University, have disclosed mental health problems? How many Social Work students with mental health problems were made to undertake occupational health assessments prior to starting work based placements? Out of the students who have previously disclosed mental health problems, how many of these went on work based placement? What occupational health assessments have Social Work students at the university in the last three years had to undertake? How long have any occupational health assessments for Social Work students in the last three years taken to complete? What happens when a Social Work Student at Staffordshire University discloses mental health problems1. How many students in the last three years, on Social Work programmes at Staffordshire University, have disclosed mental health problems?

7-Data held for 14/15 and 15/16 only.

2. What happens when a Social Work Student at Staffordshire University discloses mental health problems?


When any student at Staffordshire University discloses a mental health concern/issue it is the Student Enabling Centre approach is to offer the services of the Student Wellbeing Advisors in addition to the support offered through our Counselling Service and where appropriate we would encourage the student to make an application for an assessment of support needs by making an application for Disabled Students� Allowances. At the initial meeting with the Student Wellbeing Advisor it may also be appropriate to discuss with the student putting an interim Learning Support Agreement in place.


3. How many Social Work students with mental health problems were made to undertake occupational health assessments prior to starting work based placements?

It has been a validated requirement since December 2014 only for Social Work students to adhere to the below HCPC Code:

You should limit your study or stop studying if your performance or judgement is affected by your health.

� You should get help from a doctor or an occupational health professional if you are worried about your health.
� You should be aware that you may put your service users or yourself at risk if your performance or judgement is affected by your health.

Since that time one student has been referred for an occupational health assessment. However, prior to entry to the social work course, all applicants are referred for an occupational health assessment. The offer of a place on a social work programme is always conditional on satisfactory occupational health clearance.


4. Out of the students who have previously disclosed mental health problems, how many of these went on work based placement?

All social work students are required to undertake a work based placement in order to successfully complete the award.


5. What occupational health assessments have Social Work students at the university in the last three years had to undertake?

It has been a validated requirement since December 2014 only for Social Work students to adhere to the below HCPC Code:

You should limit your study or stop studying if your performance or judgement is affected by your health.

� You should get help from a doctor or an occupational health professional if you are worried about your health.
� You should be aware that you may put your service users or yourself at risk if your performance or judgement is affected by your health.

Since that time one student has been referred for an occupational health assessment. However, prior to entry to the social work course, all applicants are referred for an occupational health assessment. The offer of a place on a social work programme is always conditional on satisfactory occupational health clearance.

6. How long have any occupational health assessments for Social Work students in the last three years taken to complete?

The one case of a student being referred for an Occupational Health assessment is still onging at this time.
2 February 20161 March 201615 February 20161) For the most recent 60 months held on record, please break down by calendar year and gender:
A. The total number of students enrolled
B. The number of times students used the university�s mental health services
C. The number of times students were referred to external mental health services

2) For the most recent 60 months held on record, please break down by calendar year the amount of money spent on university mental health services
Document sent to requester
3 February 20162 March 201618 February 2016Please supply correspondence, including letters and emails, sent by the Student Union to the university's equality and diversity team (or equivalent) and any correspondence back which is concerned with issues of equality and diversity (from Jan 2015 to Jan 2016 inclusive).� Nothing initiated by the Students� Union in 2015
� Jan 2016 - An email invite dated 21.1.16 from one of this year�s Vice Presidents inviting me to their Chinese New Year celebration (attached).
� Jan 2016 � An email request from SU Executive via University Executive to investigate having Mx available as an option on application/enrolment forms and to check options for recording gender (attached)
4 February 20163 March 20168 February 2016Under the Freedom of information request can you please let me have the following information.

Name of: Name: Email: Phone number:
Principal or Dean or Director
Business Development Manager
Partnership Manager
Any person leading on Smart Cities research/project
This information is available on our staff directory https://staffdirectory.staffs.ac.uk/StaffsUniStaffDirectory/ you can browse by department. There is no single person responsible for research for SMART cities, although we have a Dual Masters Degree URL URL
8 February 20167 March 201615 February 2016Request wirhdrawnRequest withdrawn
8 February 20167 March 201615 February 20161. Phone System

A. What Manufacturer is your phone system?
B. When date does your support contract come up for renewal on the Phone System?
C. What is the current cost of the phone system Support?
D. Which Company is the support Contract with?
E. What procurement route do they use for this, is there a preferred framework?

2. Local Area Network

A. What Manufacturer is your LAN Network?
B. What date does your support contract come up for renewal on the LAN Network?
C. What is the current cost of the LAN Network Support?
D. Which company is the support contract with?
E. What procurement route do they use for this, is there a preferred framework

3. Broadband

A. What Provider of Broadband are you using?
B. What is the date for the Contract for Broadband Renewal?
C. What is the Current Cost of the Broadband?
D. What procurement route do they use for this, is there a preferred framework

4. Data Centre

A. Do you use offsite/Third Party Data Centres?
B. What Services and how big are the offsite facilities?
C. When are the contracts due for renewal?

5. Cloud Services

A. Do you use third Party Cloud services?
B. What services are used and what size are these?
C. When are the contracts due for renewal?
D. What procurement route do they use for this, is there a preferred framework

6. Contacts

A. Who is responsible for Telecommunication in the organisation and what are their contact details?
B. Who is responsible for ICT Infrastructure in the organisation and what are their contact details?
1. Phone System

A. What Manufacturer is your phone system? Cisco
B. When date does your support contract come up for renewal on the Phone System? 1st August 2016.
C. What is the current cost of the phone system Support? Part of the Logicalis Support Contact not individual) - �64,800 p.a. Maintenance and Support contract for all Cisco equipment.
D. Which Company is the support Contract with? Logicalis
E. What procurement route do they use for this, is there a preferred framework? JaNet Framework

2. Local Area Network

A. What Manufacturer is your LAN Network? Cisco
B. What date does your support contract come up for renewal on the LAN Network? 1st August 2016.
C. What is the current cost of the LAN Network Support? Part of the Logicalis Support Contact not individual) - �64,800 p.a. Maintenance and Support contract for all Cisco equipment.
D. Which company is the support contract with? Logicalis
E. What procurement route do they use for this, is there a preferred framework JaNet Framework

3. Broadband

A. What Provider of Broadband are you using? BT & Vodafone
B. What is the date for the Contract for Broadband Renewal? 24 month contacts started when induvial broadband service is requested
C. What is the Current Cost of the Broadband? �19.99 per service
D. What procurement route do they use for this, is there a preferred framework JaNet Framework

4. Data Centre

A. Do you use offsite/Third Party Data Centres? No
B. What Services and how big are the offsite facilities? N/A
C. When are the contracts due for renewal? N/A

5. Cloud Services

A. Do you use third Party Cloud services? No
B. What services are used and what size are these? N/A
C. When are the contracts due for renewal? N/A
D. What procurement route do they use for this, is there a preferred framework N/A

6. Contacts

A. Who is responsible for Telecommunication in the organisation and what are their contact details?
B. Who is responsible for ICT Infrastructure in the organisation and what are their contact details?
Networks and Telecommunications Manager:
Emily Hampson
01782 29 4332
E.g.hampson@staffs.ac.uk
10 February 20169 March 201622 February 20161. How much money is your institution currently pursuing in unpaid tuition fees? (I would like the most recent total you have on your system). I.e how much your university is owed in unpaid tuition fees.

Please note: this just relates to tuition fees (including interest, if applicable) - and not other debts, such as library fines.

2. How long do these debts date back? Please provide this information in years and months.

3. Please break down the number of individuals who owe money for unpaid tuition fees by country.

For example:

USA: 20 people
France: 12 people
Poland: 12 people - etc..

4. Please state the total amount of money you are chasing from British students, and the total amount of money you are chasing from overseas students.

5. What was the total amount of money your institution was chasing in all unpaid tuition fees at the end of the financial year 2012-13? (April 2013)
1 � As at 16 February 2016 tuition fee debt was �2.5 million (excluding tuition fee loans from Student Finance England expected but not yet received but including debt from ex-students)
2 � Oldest debt dates back to Dec 2007
3 � Our finance system doesn�t state the debtors country of residence. It�s just broken down into Home or Overseas
4 - Home � �2.4m
Overseas - �132k
5- Tuition fee debt as at 30.4.13 was �1.25m
10 February 20169 March 201622 February 20161. Enterprise Resource Planning Software Solutions (ERP)

2. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Solutions

3. Human Resources (HR) and Payroll Software Solutions

4. Finance Software Solutions

Along with the actual contract information for the above can you also provide me with the maintenance and support contract associated with each of the categories above if it not already within the existing contract.

For each of the categories above can you please provide me with the relevant contract information listed below:

1. Software Category: ERP, CRM, HR, Payroll, Finance



2. Software Supplier: Can you please provide me with the
Software provider for each contract?



3. Software Brand: Can you please provide me with the actual
Name of the software. Please do not provide me with the supplier name again please provide me with the actual software name.



4. Contract Description: Please do not just state two to three
Words can you please provide me detail information about this contract and please state if upgrade, maintenance and support is included.
Please also include the modules included within the contract.



5. Number of Users/Licenses: What is the total number of
User/licenses for this contract?



6. Annual Spend: What is the annual average spend for each contract?



7. Contract Duration: What is the duration of the contract
Please include any available extensions within the contract.



8. Contract Start Date: What is the start date of this contract?
Please include month and year of the contract. DD-MM-YY or MM-YY.



9. Contract Expiry: What is the expiry date of this contract?
Please include month and year of the contract. DD-MM-YY or MM-YY.



10. Contract Review Date: What is the review date of this contract?
Please include month and year of the contract. If this cannot be provide please provide me estimates of when the contract is likely to be reviewed. DD-MM-YY or MM-YY.



11. Contact Details: I require the full contact details of the
Person within the organisation responsible for this particular software contract (name, job title, email, contact number).
Information sent in excel file
15 February 201614 March 201616 February 2016Apologies for taking up your valuable time but I wonder if you can assist? I am currently undertaking research into the terms and conditions of academic employment at universities in the UK and particular in changes over periods of time. Accordingly, I am seeking the model employment contracts for academic staff at all UK universities. I am not interested in salary information merely the standardised employment contracts for full time employed lecturers at each institution. Where contracts differ as between teaching only appointments and teaching and research appointments I am looking for both.
I would be very grateful if you could forward to me your standardized contracts from your respective HR departments.

I would also like to enquire as to whether each institution has changed its employment contracts in the course of the last 5 years and if so like to request a copy of the contract issued to the aforementioned staff prior to its amendment.
Sent docuemnt
15 February 201614 March 201622 February 2016In the last 2 years how much has been spent using external companies for the purpose of training on the equality act 2010.No money has been spent on external training during the last 2 years
16 February 201615 March 201622 February 2016- Details of all funding received by the University from the following companies and organisations - Bayer; Syngenta; Crop Protection Association; National Farmers Union, for the years 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015.

- A breakdown of the departments, academics, research projects in receipt of funding from the following companies and organisations - Bayer; Syngenta; Crop Protection Association; National Farmers Union, for the years 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015.

If this information is held by an outside contractor then it is your responsibility under the FOIA to obtain that information. If it is held by another public body then please can you inform me of this and, if possible, transfer the request to that public body.
No funding from any of these sources
17 February 201616 March 201622 February 2016� Did the Staffordshire University pay for a NLA (Newspaper Licensing Agency) or CLA (Copyright Licensing Agency) media license in 2013-2014?
� If so, how much was paid for the licenses in 2013-2014 (please provide the figures separately)?
� Did the Staffordshire University pay for other media licenses (similar to the NLA or CLA) in 2013-2014? Please list any other media licenses that were subscribed to and how much was paid for them in 2013-2014.
� Did the Staffordshire University pay for a NLA (Newspaper Licensing Agency) or CLA (Copyright Licensing Agency) media license in 2013-2014?Yes
� If so, how much was paid for the licenses in 2013-2014 (please provide the figures separately)? CLA = �135,547, NLA = �19,652
� Did the Staffordshire University pay for other media licenses (similar to the NLA or CLA) in 2013-2014? Please list any other media licenses that were subscribed to and how much was paid for them in 2013-2014.Yes ERA � Educational Recording Licence �46,081
15 February 201614 March 20167 March 2016Over each of the past five years, how many students have dropped out from or have been kicked off their course in each month of the year.Docuemnt sent to requester.
20 February 201621 March 20167 March 2016� Copies of complaints about halal food received between January 2015 and February 2016.Sent to requester
20 February 201618 March 201624 February 2016� Copies of complaints or comments about prayer rooms received between January 2015 and February 2016.No complaints re: prayer rooms received by the university
22 February 201621 March 201629 February 2016For each of your film BA and MA courses, please can you tell me the number of hours the students are taught. Please break this down by both:

1. The subcategories you use to indicate the type of learning (e.g. Class teaching, pre-production, filming, post-production, self-guided learning, etc).

2. By year, for each year the course takes place (e.g. Most BA courses last three years and MA courses one year).
By "film courses", I am referring to courses which have some element of film, television or other digital video methods as at least 10% of the topics covered by the course.
Award structures collated and emailed with statement containing relevant link to module descriptor data.
23 February 201619 September 201622 August 2016In the last 6 years how much has been spent using external companies for the purpose of training on the equality act 2010.Sort clarification , received none
24 February 201623 March 201616 March 2016- What vendor makes up all of/the majority of your wired and wireless networks (LAN/WLAN)? (e.g. Cisco, HP, Juniper, etc.)

2 - When is the support/maintenance contract for the wired and wireless networks (LAN/WLAN) due for renewal?

3 - What partner/supplier currently provisions your wired and wireless networks (LAN/WLAN) support/maintenance contract/s?

4 - How much does you support/maintenance contract/s cost the organisation for your wired and wireless networks (LAN/WLAN)?

5 - What procurement route/s does your organisation use to purchase your support/maintenance contracts for your wired and wireless networks (LAN/WLAN)?

6 - Who is in charge of the IT department, with contact details, who is responsible for the procurement of these services?
1 - What vendor makes up all of/the majority of your wired and wireless networks (LAN/WLAN)? (e.g. Cisco, HP, Juniper, etc.)

Cisco

2 - When is the support/maintenance contract for the wired and wireless networks (LAN/WLAN) due for renewal?

31/7/16

3 - What partner/supplier currently provisions your wired and wireless networks (LAN/WLAN) support/maintenance contract/s?

Logicalis UK

4 - How much does you support/maintenance contract/s cost the organisation for your wired and wireless networks (LAN/WLAN)?

�70,000

5 - What procurement route/s does your organisation use to purchase your support/maintenance contracts for your wired and wireless networks (LAN/WLAN)?

Tendering process

6 - Who is in charge of the IT department, with contact details, who is responsible for the procurement of these services?

Mr Peter Butler
Tel. 01785 353398
P.h.butler@staffs.ac.uk
24 February 201623 March 201629 February 2016If you answer Yes to Q1 I do not expect an answer to Q2. If you answer No to Q1 and Q2 I do not expect an answer to Q3, Q4 or Q5.

1. Do you currently use a CRM system for university student recruitment and admissions?
A. If so what company do you use?
B. Is this built on a Microsoft Dynamics Platform?
2. If not are you considering purchasing one / building one in house in the next 24 months?
3. If you have purchased one / are considering purchasing one what procurement route did you, or will you, use to buy (i.e. Under �164K so internal procedures, Framework, or OJEU for example)?
4. If you are considering purchasing a system would you consider a provider who did not have UK HEI experience (but had HEI experience in other countries)?
5. If you are considering purchasing a system would you consider a provider who did not have UK HEI experience (but had UK FE experience)?
6. What is the name of your student records system i.e. Tribal SITS or Ellucian Banner for example?
Sue has sent a freedom of information request through with regards to the CRM System (Crimson), do you know if it is built on a Microsoft Dynamics Platform? Answer : yes.

Sue - please see the below answering the other questions -
1. Do you currently use a CRM system for university student recruitment and admissions?
A. If so what company do you use? � Crimson Consultants Ltd
B. Is this built on a Microsoft Dynamics Platform? Yes
2. If not are you considering purchasing one / building one in house in the next 24 months? Not Applicable Yes
3. If you have purchased one / are considering purchasing one what procurement route did you, or will you, use to buy (i.e. Under �164K so internal procedures, Framework, or OJEU for example)? Mini competition through a fully compliant Crown Commercial Services framework
4. If you are considering purchasing a system would you consider a provider who did not have UK HEI experience (but had HEI experience in other countries)? Not Applicable as only all organisations on the framework will be invited to bid
5. If you are considering purchasing a system would you consider a provider who did not have UK HEI experience (but had UK FE experience)? Not Applicable
6. What is the name of your student records system i.e. Tribal SITS or Ellucian Banner for example? Tribal SIT�s
25 February 201631 March 201621 March 2016The number of Students (Approximates will be sufficient)
The number of Professional Services Staff (Approximates will be sufficient)
The number of Academic staff (Approximates will be sufficient)

The number of Open Access PCs (PCs available to Students in Libraries for example)

The IT Services Operating (Revenue) Budget for the past 2 years (including gross salaries budget)
The IT Services Developments (Capital) Budget for the past 2 years

The number of people in the IT Department, broken down into its various parts such as Infrastructure, Applications, Web etc,

And, Ideally an organisation chart (or a URL to one) showing the roles / numbers of staff in the various parts of the IT Department
Following my recent telephone enquiry, and my attempts to gather the information from the website, I would like to ask you the following questions under the Freedom of Information Act. I reassure you that this is not for any commercial purposes. I would like to know;
The number of Students (Approximates will be sufficient) Clarification was sought from you, no response received by the university.
The number of Professional Services Staff (Approximates will be sufficient) 819 Headcount
The number of Academic staff (Approximates will be sufficient) 547 Headcount
The number of Open Access PCs (PCs available to Students in Libraries for example) 739 Stafford, 1160 Stoke
The IT Services Operating (Revenue) Budget for the past 2 years (including gross salaries budget) Our revenue budget has only been split into IT and Library this year and we therefore don�t yet have a full year of IT spend. Until now it�s been integrated and not possible to split.
The IT Services Developments (Capital) Budget for the past 2 years The IT capital spend for the past two years is approximately �1.5m

The number of people in the IT Department, broken down into its various parts such as Infrastructure, Applications, Web etc,
And, Ideally an organisation chart (or a URL to one) showing the roles / numbers of staff in the various parts of the IT Department see org chart
26 February 20161 September 201622 August 2016Q1. How many of your academic staff hold a Professorial Chair at your institution?
Q2. How many of the Professors in Q1:
A) have a declared disability?
B) are female?
C) are Black or Minority Ethnic (BME)?
D) have declared LGBT sexuality?
Sort clarification , none received
7 February 20164 March 201616 February 2017How many students were recruited to an undergraduate programme of study in Nursing commencing in (a) 2012 and (b) 2013?

In each of the three years of the programme commecing (a) 2012 and (b) 2013 how many students left the programme during that year?

At the end of (a) 2015 and (b) 2016 how many students successfully graduated and joined the NMC Reister?

If possible could you sat what the principle causes were for students leaving the programmes?
Nursing Awards 2012-13 and 2013-14 Academic Year Start:

2012-13 (276 Students required)
Year 1: 18
Year 2: 19
Year 3: 26
Successful Completion: 167

2013-14 (237 Students required)
Year 1: 26
Year 2: 11
Year 3: 12
Successful Completion: 100 (Please note this figure is incomplete due to March Starters - 72 students still waiting for confirmation or results)