Canlyniadau 121–140 o 2051 ar gyfer speaker:Viscount Thurso

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Speaker's Commission on Digital Democracy ( 9 Med 2014)

John Thurso: The total cost assigned to the Commission on Digital Democracy's budget to the end of July 2014 is £146,512. There are currently four people employed to work on the Commission, although one of these spends 20% of his time working on other matters.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Speaker's Commission on Digital Democracy ( 9 Med 2014)

John Thurso: Expenditure for the Speaker’s Commission was authorised by the Director General, Information Services. The Commission on Digital Democracy has a separate budget heading within the Department of Information Services budget.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Carol Mills ( 8 Med 2014)

John Thurso: Saxton Bampfylde provided written notes on each candidate interviewed on 30 July, and a representative of the company was available to talk to the panel if required. The notes on Ms Mills did not refer to an investigation into the use of closed circuit television footage by officers of the Parliament of Australia’s Department of Parliamentary Services.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Data Protection ( 8 Med 2014)

John Thurso: It is not the practice of the Commission to comment on security matters in any detail. However, Parliamentary ICT does not use the iCloud System and was not impacted by recent reported security breaches of this system. We use a Government accredited Cloud service for emails and files. Parliamentary ICT took advice from Legal Services and the Director of Parliamentary Security, scrutinising...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Speaker: Visits Abroad ( 8 Med 2014)

John Thurso: The travel costs of the Speaker and the Members of Parliament and/or House Officials he travels with are routinely published on Parliament's website. These costs may be found at: http://www.parliament.uk/site-information/foi/transparency-p ublications/speakers-office/the-speakers-official-travel-exp enses/

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Carol Mills ( 5 Med 2014)

John Thurso: Ms Mills' name has not yet been submitted as Under Clerk of the Parliaments (Clerk of the House of Commons and Chief Executive) to Her Majesty the Queen for approval. Mr Speaker has written to the Prime Minister asking that its submission be delayed until a clear way forward on this issue has been agreed.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Clerk of the House ( 5 Med 2014)

John Thurso: Records relating to the appointment of the new Clerk of the House and Chief Executive constitute the personal data of the applicants. It is not the Commission's practice to disclose confidential personal information of this nature.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Clerk of the House ( 5 Med 2014)

John Thurso: Saxton Bampfylde was contracted for a flat fee of £18,000 to provide support for the recruitment of the next Clerk of the House and Chief Executive. There is no salary related element.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Palace of Westminster ( 5 Med 2014)

John Thurso: The total expenditure on essential maintenance of the Palace of Westminster and the Commons contribution was as follows: 2009-10: £8.9 million, Commons share: £5.5 million 2010-11: £9.6 million, Commons share: £6.0 million. Essential maintenance has been interpreted to include planned and reactive day-to-day maintenance plus resource project works in excess of £25,000. It excludes staff...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Clerk of the House ( 2 Med 2014)

John Thurso: holding answer 1 September 2014 The composition of the panel for the recruitment of Sir Robert Rogers in 2011 was Mr Speaker, the then Leader of the House (Rt Hon Sir George Young), the then Shadow Leader (Rt Hon Hilary Benn), John Thurso MP, the Rt Hon Sir Alan Beith, the Rt Hon Lindsay Hoyle and Sheila Drew Smith. This was—on Mr Speaker’s initiative—the first time that a formal...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Television ( 2 Med 2014)

John Thurso: The House of Commons spent £159,771 in 2013 and £3,805 in 2014 to date on television screens which will enable the migration of Parliament’s Annunciator to a fully digital service. These screens replaced analogue-only screens that were at the end of their life with more energy efficient digital models. The new digital screens are 40% cheaper than the analogue sets that they replace. At...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Computer Software (22 Gor 2014)

John Thurso: The Improved Access to Services Project Board agreed the high-level schedule for the migration of parliamentary e-mail boxes to Microsoft 365. The more detailed decision on which days to migrate the e-mail boxes of hon. Members and hon. Members' staff was taken by the project team, overseen by the Director of Parliamentary ICT, taking into account factors such as: mailbox access rights (so...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Computer Software (22 Gor 2014)

John Thurso: In the period 22 June to 16 July, 3,482 mailboxes assigned to hon. Members and their staff had been migrated. In that period, PICT logged 766 cases from hon. Members and their staff—either by phone or at PICT Local—directly related to issues resulting from the migration of their mailboxes. Parliamentary ICT (PICT) acknowledges that the implementation has not been as simple and...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Computer Software (22 Gor 2014)

John Thurso: The information is as follows. (a) Parliamentary ICT (PICT) estimates that, following the migration of a user’s mailbox to Microsoft 365, it takes the user’s computer (laptop or PC) an average of five minutes to reconfigure Outlook. It can take a user an average of approximately five minutes to reconfigure a mobile device—other than a BlackBerry—that uses ActiveSync to connect to...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Ict (22 Gor 2014)

John Thurso: PICT hold records of all contractors who have left PICT since April 2012. Since contractors are not employees—but employed via an agency or their own Limited Company—any records kept are brief. It is not usual practice to provide references and as a result, reasons for their departure are not recorded. The number of contractors whose contracts ended during this period has been follows: ...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Parliament: Security (22 Gor 2014)

John Thurso: The final decision about which organisation will provide security officer services from April 2015 has not yet been taken. Consequently, no procurement process for the provision of the search and screening function at the three main public entrances has begun and no date has been set. The parliamentary authorities continue to work in partnership with the Metropolitan police service (MPS) to...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Pay (22 Gor 2014)

John Thurso: 678 staff in the House of Commons have remained at the same pay band since 2010 and received a pay rise. These pay increases varied depending on factors including where the person fell in the pay band and length of service. Increases fell within the following ranges: £73-£8,388 in the A-E pay bands (520 people); £120-£380 in the Catering Service (134), and £318-£1,230 in the Senior...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Procurement (22 Gor 2014)

John Thurso: There are around 800 third party suppliers of services to the House of Commons and given system changes in recent years it would involve disproportionate cost to derive precise figures of contract expenditure by financial year. It is estimated that expenditure has broadly been equivalent to:   Amount (£ million) Proportion of spend (%) 2009-10 92.7 32.6 2010-11 87.4 47.4 ...

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Clerk of the House (21 Gor 2014)

John Thurso: Three candidates are currently shortlisted. It is not the Commission's practice to disclose confidential personal information, including names of applicants for positions.

Written Answers — House of Commons Commission: Computer Software (17 Gor 2014)

John Thurso: The Commission has made no formal assessment of the effectiveness to date of the introduction of Office 2013 and Microsoft 365 email. Parliamentary ICT (PICT) acknowledges that the implementation has not been as simple and straightforward as was hoped, and is aware that it has caused problems for some hon. Members. PICT is working to resolve most of these problems, the most common of which...


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