I don't know if it does or not but it should do. I know it wasn't included in one of their fancy lists because there was no single company selling it and taking schools for every penny they have. I believe it met and exceeded all of the technical specifications, but fails overall due to being open source. I believe GrumbleDook or Geoff are more familiar than myself with BECTa in this respect.

I know exactly how you feel. Working for the LEA (or whoever gets the contract) solely as a toner changer and password resetter doesn't appeal to me - that's not why I took the job