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Gateway process. Gateway Process: ‘owned’ by UK Office of Science and Technology Essentially the mechanism by which UK involvement in large projects gets approved Several ‘Gateways’ (next slide)

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Gateway process

Gateway process

  • Gateway Process: ‘owned’ by UK Office of Science and Technology

  • Essentially the mechanism by which UK involvement in large projects gets approved

  • Several ‘Gateways’ (next slide)

  • Gateway 1: successful passage through Gateway 1 is equivalent to approval. Subsequent steps required for project to succeed but have more of a management role for UK contribution

  • Goal: Gateway 1 at 01Jul03

  • However: IPRP green light and positive report equivalent to science advisory panel’s endorsement of project and should be used in fund raising

K. Long 21May03


Gateways

Gateways:

Papers with chief execs.

Gateway 0 – Strategic Assessment: Assessment of business need; Assessment of risk; initiation of an independent review team; review of the objectives and planned delivery; review of management structure and resource plans;

Gateway 1 – Business Justification: Assessment of the business case for MICE; review of risk management plans; review delivery plans;

Gateway 2 – Procurement Strategy: confirm procurement strategy; full funding availability; appropriate resources are in place; delivery plans, financial and management controls are in place and are realistic;

Gateway 3 – Investment Decisions: confirm that the procurement strategy has been followed; review and agree procurement decisions; review risk management & change control procedures;

Gateway 4 – Readiness for Service: review the implementation of the project; review operating plans and procedures;

Gateway 5 – Benefits Evaluation: review of achieved benefits with respect to the business case; confirm the operating plans.


Pparc s projects peer review panel

PPARC’s Projects Peer Review Panel

  • 12May03: open presentations by Kaplan, Drumm, Barr, Long. Proposed MICE-UK.

  • Informal feedback only so far:

    • Science case and opportunity accepted

    • Total cost to the UK £13.7M (unloaded) … £21.8M (loaded)

    • Total cost, including inflation, VAT and contingency causes concern

    • The good news:

      • £7.5M potentially available, held by OST

      • Clear indication that £10M may be possible

    • The challenge:

      • Careful analysis/negotiation now required to ‘meet funding agencies halfway’


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