The information that is currently held is listed as follows. Some of the records are not available or are held centrally by other Government Departments.
How much was paid to Capita Group and its subsidiaries in each financial year since 2000?
£ 2000-01 69,350 2001-02 95,139 2002-03 7,862 2003-04 9,854 2004-05 7,540 2005-06 102,855 2006-07 428,464 2007-08 470,913
Which contracts were awarded by DCMS to Capita since 2000-01?
2001—Framework Agreement to support quinquennial reviews of non-departmental public bodies.
2007—Air Ticket Booking Service
What the cost was of each contract?
Air Ticket service—£23,000 to date
What penalties for default were imposed in contract provisions?
What the length was of each contract?
Quinquennial Reviews—five years
Air Ticket service—four years
Whether the contract was advertised?
Quinquennial Reviews—Yes. Official Journal of European Union advert issued.
Air Ticket Service—Yes. Official Journal of European Union advert issued by OGC Buying Solutions.
How many companies applied for the contract?
Quinquennial Reviews—24 companies applied.
Air Ticket service—three companies applied.
How many were short-listed?
Quinquennial Reviews—10 companies short-listed.
Air Ticket service—three companies short-listed.
What criteria were used for choosing a company?
Quinquennial Reviews—Knowledge and Experience, Relevant Skills, Quality Management, Theme Based Expertise, References.
Air Ticket service—Ability to provide the service to agreed standards, implementation plan of service, Quality Assurance Plans, Experience of personnel to be involved within contract, Evidence of existing customer satisfaction and service provision, Contingency planning.
What provision was made for renewal without re-tender in each case?