Department of Corporate and Information Services annual report 2015-16
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A c h ie v e m e n t s AnnuAl RepoRt 2015-16 | Department of Corporate anD InformatIon ServICeS 43 trend analysis coMMents Light / Heavy vehicles managed - volume is primarily influenced by agency activities across the sector. Light vehicles disposed - the Vehicle Policy Framework introduced from 2013-14 extended the life of passenger and light commercial vehicles which significantly reduced disposals and altered the disposal cycle. Light vehicles managed within vehicle life standards - steadily increasing due to better monitoring of utilisation and responsiveness to vehicle replacement requests. Performance achievementS in 2015-16 Completed Aligned to Description of achievement BP Vehicle Policy Framework updated to reflect current thresholds and changes in the vehicle industry since the framework was introduced. BP Vehicle gifting and loans allocation model developed in consultation with key agencies. BP Online registration of fleet vehicles implemented as part of improvements to the fleet business environment. BP Improvements to vehicle service interval notifications and reminders to clients introduced. In Progress Aligned to Description of achievement Expected completion BP Implementing an acquisitions module as part of the modernisation of the Fleet Business System to streamline processing and deliver efficiencies. end 2016 BP Introducing a maintenance and servicing module to the fleet system to facilitate efficient on-time vehicle servicing with automated notifications and online scheduling. end 2016 BP Integrating a disposal module within the Fleet Business System to increase accuracy and user productivity and reduce time. mid 2016 BP Progressing an online vehicle ordering process with clients to provide productivity gains and enhance the user experience. early 2017 BP Establishing an online solution for short term vehicle hire. mid 2017 Ongoing Aligned to Description of achievement BP Continue working with agencies to encourage agencies to take-up suitable vehicle location awareness capability for non-metropolitan vehicles as a safety measure. Future priOrities Introduce acquisition, disposal and maintenance modules and rollout digital improvements to agency clients. Progress online vehicle ordering solution. Improve processes and system for managing short term vehicle hire. Deliver dashboard reporting to clients using DCIS business intelligence toolset and data warehouse capability. Implement global positioning system units for safety of drivers operating in remote locations, as approved by agencies. Our Reporting Symbols SP Strategic Plan IP Innovation Program BP Business Plan
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