This report summarises the status of existing Wide Area Network (WAN) contracts within local governments and provides a comparative analysis of the financial pressures facing local authorities.
This overview of the market for WAN contracts and potential Public Service Network contracts (PSN) is intended for those currently working with public sector clients, and those considering the market for the first time.
Existing and expiring WAN contracts for local governments in the UK. This report provides detailed data on current suppliers and contract values.
This report provides detailed information on existing WAN contracts which are due to expire or up for renewal, providing companies with the essential information thus allowing suppliers who are currently serving the market or entering for the first time to target specific local governments.
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Table of Contents1 Executive summary
3 Current WAN contracts
3.1 WAN contracts by expiry year
4 WAN contracts by expiry year
4.4 2015 - 2021
5 WAN contracts (non-PSN compliant) by supplier
5.1 Top six suppliers by contract end dates
6 Current PSN contracts and tenders
6.1 Current PSN contracts
6.1.1 Wales â PSBA
6.1.2 Cambridgeshire - CPSN
6.1.3 Kent â KPSN
6.1.4 Hampshire - HPSN
6.1.5 Devon â Devon Partnership
6.1.6 Dorset â DPSN
6.1.7 East Midlands - emPSN
6.1.8 London â LPSN
6.1.11 North East
6.2 Current PSN tenders
6.2.3 Sussex â The Link
6.2.4 Surrey and Berkshire - Unicorn
6.2.5 Yorkshire and the Humber (pre-tender)
List Of TablesNAList Of FiguresTable of figures
Figure 1: Number of contracts per year by expiry date
Figure 2: Percentage of total number of known contracts and annual value by year
Figure 3: Contracts that expire within 2012 include:
Figure 4: Contracts that expire within 2013 include:
Figure 5: Contracts that expire within 2014 include:
Figure 6: Contracts that expire within 2015 â 2012 include
Figure 7: Top 15 suppliers by number of contracts and total annual value of contracts
Figure 8: Top 15 suppliers by number of known contracts and total annual value of known contracts
Figure 9: Top six suppliers by contract end dates