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April 24th 2002 NERSC Outline Business Case Development John Littleton – NERSC Chair (0191-211-6585) David Hunter – French Thornton (020-7976-2688) Stephen Davis – French Thornton (020-7976-2688). The Challenge. The OBC needs to deliver: Real Business benefits - local authority

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April 24th 2002

NERSC Outline Business Case Development

John Littleton – NERSC Chair (0191-211-6585)

David Hunter – French Thornton (020-7976-2688)

Stephen Davis – French Thornton (020-7976-2688)

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The Challenge

The OBC needs to deliver:

  • Real Business benefits - local authority
  • Real Business benefits - transport operators
  • Regional improvements - social benefits
  • Citizen benefits - service improvements
  • Modernisation improvements - e-Gov targets
the approach
The Approach

Interview

Members

Infrastructure Providers

(DTLR/ RDA/ RA etc…)

Further consultation with NERSC

members to develop/ review ideas

Review approach to Outline Business Case

with other national players – C’wall, So’ton, B’nell

Produce Outline Business Case & present findings to NERSC

Work with NERSC to take OBC through to funded procurement

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The Business Model Variables

Key factors driving the Business Model:

  • Organisational Structure
  • Smart Card Technology
  • Applications
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Long List of Options

The ‘Long List’ of options for the Business Model:

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The Smart Card Value Chain

The Value Chain

Terminal

Clearing &

Security

Infrastructure

Settlement

Management

Network

Infrastructure

Scheme

Data

Operation

Management

Help System

Marketing

Application

Income

Management

Apportionment

Policing

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The Smart Card Value Chain

The Value Chain – A Complete System

Terminal

Clearing &

Security

Infrastructure

Settlement

Management

Network

Infrastructure

Scheme

Data

Operation

Management

Help System

Marketing

Application

Income

Management

Apportionment

Policing

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The Benefits

The multiple benefits of the initiative:

  • Citizens
    • Easier access to local services within the North East region
  • Local Authorities
    • Improving the lives of citizens in the North East through electronic delivery of public services
  • Transport Operators
    • Delivering the benefits of Smart Card ticketing at a reduced cost
  • DTLR, One NorthEast, Regional Assembly
    • Significant infrastructure improvements to the North East region
  • Central Government
    • Enables e-Government transactions
    • A ‘win-win’ scenario for all stakeholders
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The Programme Roadmap

  • Look for ‘quick-wins’ & implement asap

Continue joint working with other smart card projects

Outline Business Case presented to NERSC Group

NERSC members report back to their respective

organisations

NERSC considers initial feedback from member organisations

NERSC to make a decision on procurement process & timetable

NERSC launch event (national/ local politicians present)

Issue OJEC Notice

Receive supplier proposals

Contract drafted

Contract award

Commence programme implementation

NERSC services go live

Phase 1 (Local A’s to decide on services)

NERSC services go live

Phase 2 (Services to

be decided)

NERSC services go live

Phase 3 (Services to be decided)

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Conclusions & Recommendations

The NERSC initiative delivers:

  • Citizen benefits - service improvements
  • Business benefits - transport operators
  • Regional improvements - social benefits
  • Business benefits - local authority
  • Modernisation improvements - e-Gov targets
  • A ‘win-win’ scenario for all stakeholders