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 ==== NEWS ==== ==== NEWS ====
  
 +  - **Essex and Thurrock announce they are joining the Libraries Consortium (was London Libraries Consortium)**
 +  - **Gloucestershire select Civica (Nov 2019)**
   - **Leeds City selects SirsiDynix **  (Plus framework agreement for additional authorities)   - **Leeds City selects SirsiDynix **  (Plus framework agreement for additional authorities)
   - **12 library authorities in north West/​Manchester select Civica **   - **12 library authorities in north West/​Manchester select Civica **
-  - **London Libraries** ​ Consortium selects SirsiDynix+  - **London Libraries** ​ Consortium selects SirsiDynix ​(now The Libraries Consortium)
   - **15 public library authorities in Yorkshire and Humber** ​ seek a framework agreement for a cloud hosted library system   - **15 public library authorities in Yorkshire and Humber** ​ seek a framework agreement for a cloud hosted library system
   - **National framework agreement (ESPO) for library systems**   - **National framework agreement (ESPO) for library systems**
 See below for more detail See below for more detail
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 +**[[https://​libraries.essex.gov.uk/​news/​over-6-million-new-items-of-stock-for-essex-libraries/​|Essex and Thurrock announce they are joining the Libraries Consortium**]]** . (was the London Libraries Consortium -LLC)
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 +22 July 2020
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 +"Over 6 million new items of stock for Essex libraries .Essex County Council has today announced that both Essex and Thurrock Libraries will join The Libraries Consortium (TLC), the UK’s largest library consortium made up of 18 other library authorities. As part of the Essex Libraries Consultation in 2019, respondents told us they wanted an increase in the number of titles available to borrow from Essex Libraries. By joining the consortium, Essex residents will have access to over 6 million items of stock via the shared TLC library catalogue, including books, e-books, e-magazines and audio books. This will be in addition to the current 1.9 million titles Essex Libraries already has available.Joining the consortium means an upgrade of the existing library management system (LMS) which will be managed by SirsiDynix. The new LMS system will provide an enriched, modern and interactive library customer experience such as access to the service 24/7 on any mobile device, and customer alerts and text messages. It will be a single digital platform, enabling customers to engage with other library users, post reviews, book events, follow their favourite authors, and make recommendations.
  
 [[https://​procontract.due-north.com/​Advert/​Index?​advertId3bc06cbd-6648-e811-80eb-005056b64545|ESPO Framework Agreement]] [[https://​procontract.due-north.com/​Advert/​Index?​advertId3bc06cbd-6648-e811-80eb-005056b64545|ESPO Framework Agreement]]
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 |**Library Authority/​authorities** ||**Vendor selected** ||**(approx) date of contract** ||**Vendor(s) being replaced** ||**Value** || |**Library Authority/​authorities** ||**Vendor selected** ||**(approx) date of contract** ||**Vendor(s) being replaced** ||**Value** ||
 +|**Gloucestershire (went out to tender with Swindon)** ||Civica||Nov 2019||Capita||£303,​150 ​ ||
 |**Leeds City**. Plus framework agreement for "15 authorities from the Yorkshire & Humberside region: Barnsley, Bradford, Calderdale, Doncaster, East Riding, Hull, Kirklees, Leeds, N. Lincolnshire,​ N.E. Lincolnshire,​ North Yorkshire, Rotherham, Sheffield, Wakefield, and York"​.||SirsiDynix||May 2019||Capita||4 years 145K.  || |**Leeds City**. Plus framework agreement for "15 authorities from the Yorkshire & Humberside region: Barnsley, Bradford, Calderdale, Doncaster, East Riding, Hull, Kirklees, Leeds, N. Lincolnshire,​ N.E. Lincolnshire,​ North Yorkshire, Rotherham, Sheffield, Wakefield, and York"​.||SirsiDynix||May 2019||Capita||4 years 145K.  ||
 |**Greater Manchester/​North West** -12 authorities:​ Blackburn with Darwen, Blackpool , Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Wigan||Civica||July 2019||Some already on Civica. Others moving from: Axiell, Capita, SirsiDynix,​||£1,​073 200.  || |**Greater Manchester/​North West** -12 authorities:​ Blackburn with Darwen, Blackpool , Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Wigan||Civica||July 2019||Some already on Civica. Others moving from: Axiell, Capita, SirsiDynix,​||£1,​073 200.  ||
-|**London Libraries Consortium** ||SirsiDynix||July 2018||Axiell|| ​  ||+|**London Libraries Consortium ​(From 2020 "The Libraries Consortium"​ )** ||SirsiDynix||July 2018||Axiell|| ​  ||
 |   ​\\ ​ **Southend-on-Sea** \\  \\ Left Essex consortium to join SELMS||Civica||March 2018||Infor|| ​  || |   ​\\ ​ **Southend-on-Sea** \\  \\ Left Essex consortium to join SELMS||Civica||March 2018||Infor|| ​  ||
 |**Northumberland** ||Civica||October 2017||SirsiDynix||£150,​000 to £2,000,000 \\ Framework agreement open to other UK library authorities|| |**Northumberland** ||Civica||October 2017||SirsiDynix||£150,​000 to £2,000,000 \\ Framework agreement open to other UK library authorities||
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 "​Wishes to engage with the market regarding a Library Management System provision for Cheshire. Soft Market Test - Library Management System. July 2019 [[https://​procontract.due-north.com/​Advert/​Index?​advertId=cb766731-26a2-e911-80f8-005056b64545|Notice]] "​Wishes to engage with the market regarding a Library Management System provision for Cheshire. Soft Market Test - Library Management System. July 2019 [[https://​procontract.due-north.com/​Advert/​Index?​advertId=cb766731-26a2-e911-80f8-005056b64545|Notice]]
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-=== Gloucestershire & Swindon === 
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-From the [[https://​procontract.due-north.com/​Advert?​advertId=29d505bd-a66d-e911-80f7-005056b64545|invitation to tender notice]] (May 2019) Provision of a Library Management System. Estimated contract dates 02/09/2019 to 01/09/2025 \\ 
-"The Library Management System (LMS) is the main ICT system used by Gloucestershire County Council (“GCC”) and Swindon Borough Council (“SBC”) to deliver statutory Library Services within their defined remits and localities. Each authority’s incumbent system manages millions of transactions each year via the LMS and cannot operate efficiently without optimised LMS in place. The overall purpose of the LMS is to store, process and manage all stock and customer data regarding transactions,​ membership and ordering and presently manages the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) processed for stock from ordering to quotes and receipt confirmation. The Supplier System shall enable each authority to deliver an LMS solution via Software as a Service and is a managed solution maintained by the Supplier. The Supplier System must allow GCC and SBC to operate separately with different policies and distinct configurations"​. 
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 === Essex Libraries === === Essex Libraries ===
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 ==== Awards (more detail) ==== ==== Awards (more detail) ====
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 +=== Gloucestershire & Swindon ===
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 +Gloucestershire [[https://​www.sell2wales.gov.wales/​search/​show/​Search_View.aspx?​id=NOV317766|award to ]]Civica
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 +From the [[https://​procontract.due-north.com/​Advert?​advertId=29d505bd-a66d-e911-80f7-005056b64545|invitation to tender notice]] (May 2019) Provision of a Library Management System. Estimated contract dates 02/09/2019 to 01/09/2025 \\
 +"The Library Management System (LMS) is the main ICT system used by Gloucestershire County Council (“GCC”) and Swindon Borough Council (“SBC”) to deliver statutory Library Services within their defined remits and localities. Each authority’s incumbent system manages millions of transactions each year via the LMS and cannot operate efficiently without optimised LMS in place. The overall purpose of the LMS is to store, process and manage all stock and customer data regarding transactions,​ membership and ordering and presently manages the Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) processed for stock from ordering to quotes and receipt confirmation. The Supplier System shall enable each authority to deliver an LMS solution via Software as a Service and is a managed solution maintained by the Supplier. The Supplier System must allow GCC and SBC to operate separately with different policies and distinct configurations"​.
  
 === Leeds - Libraries Connected Yorkshire and Humber Branch (LCYHB) === === Leeds - Libraries Connected Yorkshire and Humber Branch (LCYHB) ===
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