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Late return of the JEDI

4th September 1997
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• JED1, the Vehicle Inspectorate's Joint Enforcement Database Initiative, is said to be way behind schedule and is also likely to require "substantial replanning".

As promised, examiners have been equipped with lap-top computers—but their use is limited to checking operators' names, addresses and basic licence details.

In February, the VI predicted that JEDI's major breakthrough would be in August, when the Vehicle and Traffic Examiners conducting roadside checks would gain instant access to operators' annual test results. They were also supposed to be able to generate prohibition notices from them.

But CM has been told that the VI has fallen behind schedule on those targets.

"We do have one or two problems with the software," admits IT project manager John Clark. "It's a very complex system. There are no estimates yet on how long the project has been delayed but it will require substantial replanning."


People: John Clark

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