Decisions

Decisions published

17/11/2020 - Delegation of powers under the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restriction) (England) (No 3) Regulations 2020 to Gloucestershire City, Borough and District Councils (‘the District Authorities’) ref: 1565    Recommendations Approved

The following key decision will be considered by Tim Harman, the Cabinet Member for Public Health and Communities because the decision is urgent and it has not been possible to publish details about the key decision in the Forward Plan.

To:

• Delegate responsibility to undertake the enforcement powers under the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restriction) (England) No 3 Regulations (as amended or superseded) to the District Authorities.

• Authorise the Assistant Director of Legal Services to enter into an Agreement under Section 101 of the Local Government Act 1972 and Section 9EA of the Local Government Act 2000 with the District Authorities to undertake the enforcement powers under the No 3 Regulations.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Public Health and Communities

Decision published: 18/11/2020

Effective from: 17/11/2020

Decision:

Having fully considered all of the available information, I have decided to reject the alternative options and take the recommended decision to:

 

·         Delegate responsibility to undertake the enforcement powers under the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restriction) (England) No 3 Regulations (as amended or superseded) to the District Authorities.

 

·         Authorise the Assistant Director of Legal Services to enter into an Agreement under Section 101 of the Local Government Act 1972 and Section 9EA of the Local Government Act 2000 with the District Authorities to undertake the enforcement powers under the No 3 Regulations.

 

For the reasons set out in the report.

 

Lead officer: Gillian Parkinson


10/11/2020 - Gloucestershire County Council’s (GCC) Counter- fraud and Corruption Policy Statement and Strategy 2020 – 2023 ref: 1563    Recommendations Approved

The Lead Cabinet Member is asked to consider and approve:

(1) The Counter Fraud and Corruption Policy Statement and Strategy 2020-2023; and

(2) The strategy once approved, be disseminated to Members, managers in accordance with a communications plan, to reaffirm the Council’s counter fraud culture and objectives.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Finance and Change

Decision published: 10/11/2020

Effective from: 18/11/2020

Decision:

Having fully considered all of the available information, I have decided to reject the alternative options and take the recommended decision to:

Approve the Council’s updated Counter-fraud and Corruption Policy Statement and Strategy 2020-2023

 

For the reasons set out in the report.

 

Lead officer: Paul Blacker


10/11/2020 - Procurement of a new Microsoft Enterprise Agreement ref: 1562    Recommendations Approved

To seek approval to procure a three year agreement for the supply of a volume licensing program that gives the flexibility to buy cloud services and software licences under one agreement, known as Microsoft Enterprise (EA) from 1st April 2021 via a mini competition under a Crown Commercial Services (CCS) framework agreement.

Decision Maker: Cabinet Member - Finance and Change

Decision published: 10/11/2020

Effective from: 18/11/2020

Decision:

Having fully considered all of the available information, I have decided to reject the alternative options and take the recommended decision to:

 

Delegate authority to the Executive Director of Corporate Resources to:

 

a) Conduct a mini-competition procurement process under the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Technology Products & Associated Services

(TePAS) RM6068 framework agreement (Lot 3: Software and Associated Services) in respect of a three year call-off contract for the supply of a volume licensing program, including software assurance, known as Microsoft Enterprise;

 

b) award such call-off contract to the preferred tenderer;

 

c) authorise the Head of Legal Services to execute such contract by affixing the Council’s seal thereto.

 

For the reasons set out in the report.

 

Lead officer: Mandy Quayle