Created 4 years ago, updated 4 years ago

This dataset covers the various technologies used across London boroughs to deliver their services and back office operations. The data includes information on 809 IT systems and their respective contracts and suppliers.

The data has been visualised in the City Tools: London dashboard and key insights are covered in the accompanying report.

This data is provided and maintained by the London Office of Technology and Innovation (LOTI). The data has been prepared to the best of our knowledge, but LOTI accepts no liabilities caused by errors or omissions.

The following notes define some of the key terms used in the dataset.

Borough refers to a London local authority.

  • AfC refers to Achieving for Children, a not-for-profit social enterprise set up by the boroughs of Kingston and Richmond, to deliver their children's services.

Type refers to Corporate and Frontline service areas.

  • Corporate refers to central support functions to service areas.
  • Frontline refers to services delivered to support residents.

Service refers to individual service areas.

Capability refers to departments within services areas.

System refers to a product licensed and / or operated by a supplier.

System Manufacturer refers to a system manufacturer that may license / manufacture more than one product to support a service.

Contract end date raw refers to the raw data submitted by boroughs.

Contract end date refers to the inferred date in the format dd/mm/yyyy.

SME refers to the Digital Market Place's definition of SME.

  • True means the organisation is an SME as defined by the Digital Market Place
  • False means the organisation is not an SME as defined by the Digital Market Place
  • Null means that no information was provided