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The Advisory Role and the Gateway Engagement Process. Lila Clarke CoE June 2010. PGN 01/09 Sets out parameters for programmes and projects Summarises the role of the SRO Introduces the Successful Delivery Web Portal References best practice advice and guidance methods . PGN 03/09

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policies www dfpni gov uk index procurement 2 successful delivery htm
PGN 01/09

Sets out parameters for programmes and projects

Summarises the role of the SRO

Introduces the Successful Delivery Web Portal

References best practice advice and guidance methods

PGN 03/09

Sets out de-minimus limits for application of Gateway

infrastructure programmes and projects with a capital value of £20m or more;

other programmes and projects with whole life total central government costs of £20m.

Under £500k

Over £500k but less than £20m

Policieswww.dfpni.gov.uk/index/procurement-2/successful-delivery.htmPolicieswww.dfpni.gov.uk/index/procurement-2/successful-delivery.htm
risk potential assessment rpa
Risk Potential Assessment (RPA)
  • Profoma designed to provide an initial assessment of potential programme/project risk at key lifecycle points
  • Judgement and knowledge of the programme/project
engagement process
Engagement Process
  • Low Risk
  • Medium Risk
  • High Risk
  • Healthcheck
charging
Charging
  • CPD Introduced Charging on 1st April 2010
  • High Risk Reviews = £19k or £12k
  • Medium Risk Reviews = £10k
  • Healthcheck = £6k
  • NI Team = £3.5k

Charges apply Per Review

(Note: prior to 1st April Reviews were subject to the cost of the external resource circa £1000+ per day)

summary
Summary

Three processes Low risk, Medium and High –

  • All Cases over £500k and under £20m threshold should be tested by completion of an RPA
  • Use of lite or strengthened QCT Reviews where appropriate
  • Gateway is mandatory for over £20m even if RPA is assessed as Low Risk
  • Use of Portfolio Leader
  • If in doubt contact CoE
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