Warwickshire Counter Fraud Partnership select Oxford Computer Consultants (OCC) and Infoshare Limited to provide Data Matching Software for Fraud Prevention
Warwick January 2016: Following a competitive tender, Warwickshire Counter Fraud Partnership WCFP are delighted to announce the award of the contract for Data Matching Software for Fraud Prevention jointly to Oxford Computer Consultants (OCC) and Infoshare as part of the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) counter fraud initiative. By bringing together and matching a number of key datasets across all of the local authorities within Warwickshire, WCFP will improve the detection and prevention of fraud.
Oxford Computer Consultants (OCC) were selected to lead the project from the government list of suppliers approved to deliver systems improving data sharing, interoperability and cost efficiency.
Jointly building on Infoshare’s strong Single Citizen View solution, OCC will develop software for detecting fraud and for the tracking and management of investigations. Comprehensive reporting from both companies will give WCFP important information in their fight against fraud. OCC also provide system integration, project management and first line support, drawing on their extensive experience delivering to Local Authorities. OCC have worked closely with Infoshare since 2008.
Infoshare’s ClearCore software underpins their Single Citizen View solution and provides evidence based data matching across the datasets from Warwickshire County Council and the five district and borough councils within the partnership. ClearCore enables data to be linked and shared across government agencies to create a robust and trusted single view of citizen’s data. This provides an unparalleled strong foundation from which to run fraud reporting and analysis.
The initial award is for a 24 months period with an option to extend beyond.