The Innopsis Podcasts
During May 2018, Innopsis hosted a series of meetings in London, Leeds and Norwich pus two webinars for the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) to discuss the plans for Network Services 2 Framework (RM3808)
Richard Barnes talks to Mike Thomas, the person representing Innopsis at each of the event about some of the concerns raised and to discuss some of the activity that is to be undertaken over the course of the next few weeks as we prepare for the release of the Framework Section Process.
Network Services 2, is the replacement for the existing network framework, RM1045 and has been the topic of many discussions for the last few months as Crown Commercial Service have been putting the finishing touches onto their replacement strategy.
In this podcast, Kelvin Prescott and Richard Barnes discuss the Internet of Things
In this weeks podcast, Kelvin Prescott talks to Lynne Magennis about the new Innopsis Framework Map.
Ian Fishwick asks Tim Colman, FSB, about –
Who are the Federation of Small Businesses and what do they do?
What the FSB are doing to help sub-contractors getting paid faster?
What is the Prompt Payment Code?
Where the Mystery Shopper service can help
How Aggregated Procurements disadvantage SME’s
GDS have brought sweeping changes to the way the world of Government and Public Sector connects and uses IT systems. The new way of working relies on the user, or the organisation, taking responsibility for understanding their own risks and how they control their data. This reflects more the SME approach to data in the commercial world. However, whilst in the Enterprise space the end user can decide if they trust the organisation they are providing data to, there is no choice in the Public Sector. Failure to provide personal data is a criminal offence. Given this, how is Government coping with the fast approaching 25th May 2018 GDPR? How is it getting it’s house into order to comply with the legislation that it is creating? Is GDPR hyped up? Are there more pressing issues?
The project to replace the N3 network is the largest network project in Europe, if not the world. To faciliate the mutiple procurements needed, the Crown Commercial Service have implemented the new Dynamic Procurement System (DPS), HSCN Access (RM3825)
In this episode, Kelvin Prescott talks to Ian Fishwick about the work of the Cabinet Office’s SME Panel and, in particular, the new Core Terms that CCS are starting to use for future frameworks and CDP procurements.
This episode features Kelvin Prescott and Richard Barnes talking about the three recent NHS events, Carillion and the start of the next major Network procurement routes.
This episode features a conversation between Patrick Clark, Head of Implementation and Communication at NHS-Digital regarding the Health and Social Care Network (HSCN) and Michael Bowyer, Chairman of Innopsis.
Listen to the elements of HSCN that Patrick is pleased with, the concerns he has about implementation and the role that Innopsis has played.
An Interview with Phil Gibson, the first Chairman of Innopsis
Eposode 2 – The Budget with Kelvin and Richard
The November 2017 Podcast looking at Aggregated Procurements plus an interview with Ieuan Trigger, Category Director at Crown Commercial Service regarding Dynamic procurement Systems,