IT Governance Launches NHS N3 Information Governance IG Toolkit


Ely, England, 15 March 2011 – IT Governance Ltd, the global leader in ISO27001 information, standards, books, tools and training, has launched an NHS N3 Information Governance IG Toolkit ( that contains all the CTP documentation templates that an organisation might need in order to prepare for a N3 connection application.

“The documents in this NHS N3 Connecting for Health (‘CfH’) toolkit are specifically designed for Commercial Third Parties (‘CTP’) seeking to comply with the requirements of the NHS IG Toolkit v8,” says IT Governance CEO Alan Calder. “While there are free documents available on the N3 CfH website, there is nothing available that covers all the requirements of a CTP. This toolkit fills a substantial gap!”

This ITG Documentation Toolkit contains all the documents that must be completed and put into operation to meet the 17 CTP requirements and to achieve IG Toolkit Compliance. “This document set has been developed in response to our clients discovering a range of shortfalls in what's available for free,” continued Alan Calder. “We've developed each of these documents in the field, working with our consultancy clients to help them achieve compliance, and they are proven to be effective.”

The IT Governance NHS N3 Information Governance IG Toolkit ( can be purchased online, downloaded immediately, and then all supplied documents can be completed and submitted. With this toolkit, N3 Project Managers don't have to waste time trying to find usable templates, or in creating their own documents from scratch.

Available from the IT Governance website for just £495, this set of CTP Documentation Templates will save organisations a substantial amount of time. They can also be purchased directly from the friendly, helpful IT Governance service centre team on telephone number +44 (0)845 070 1750. Larger organisations can make bookings or purchases with a Purchase Order either by telephone or by email to

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