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NITHCo / Translink’s Implementation of PPM. Presentation to PMO Community 30 th January 2009. NITHCo/Translink Overview. Complex Commercial Organisation (76 million passenger journeys, £150m t/o) Bus Public Transport Services (1400 buses, 50 sites )

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nithco translink s implementation of ppm
NITHCo / Translink’s Implementation of PPM

Presentation to

PMO Community

30th January 2009

nithco translink overview
NITHCo/Translink Overview
  • Complex Commercial Organisation
      • (76 million passenger journeys, £150m t/o)
  • Bus Public Transport Services
      • (1400 buses, 50 sites )
  • Rail Public Transport Services ( 54 stations )
  • Railway Infrastructure ( 460 km track)
  • 4100 staff
  • Large Property Portfolio (province wide)
  • Complex Project Activity ( 200+ significant)
ppm structure
PPM Structure

MSP

AEC (PMBOK)

ICT (PRINCE2)

PMO

agenda
Agenda
  • MSP
  • AEC PMBOK
  • ICT Prince2
  • Challenges
ppm competency development
PPM Competency Development

Board Approval MSP

  • GCE/Senior Executives - MSP /PMBOK/Prince2 /Gateway Awareness & Foundation
  • 1 Advanced MSP Practitioner
  • 4 MSP Practitioners
  • 6 Accredited Gateway Reviewers
  • 9 Full Time Construction Project Managers
  • 30 PMBOK Awareness
  • 23 Part Time Prince 2 Practitioners
  • 60+ Prince2 Foundation Level
ppm policy and procedural framework
PPM Policy and Procedural Framework
  • PPM Procedures & Processes developed and embedded
  • Major Cultural Change
  • PMO established & embedded
  • Project Database aligned
  • PPM conduit with COE - 40+ RPA’s
  • 2 Gateway Reviews - Gateway 0 & 3
  • First Construction Project selected for Gateway Review
  • Supplemented by Internal Peer Reviews
  • Participated in four 3rd party Gateway Review panels
construction projects
Construction Projects
  • Background / Policy Framework
  • Achieving Excellence in Construction
  • GCCG
  • Project Management Stages / Flow Chart
  • Implementation
development history
Development History
  • Issue 1 Working Draft (12No.) - Oct 2005
  • Issue 2 First Full Issue (23No.) - April 2006
    • Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)
    • Construction Procurement Guidance Notes (OGC)
  • Issue 3 (26No.) - Jan 2009
    • AEC Procurement Guides Issued (2007)
    • Translink joins GCCG (2007)
    • Review, inc PRINCE2 (OGC) June – Dec 2008
policy framework construction procurement
Policy Framework – Construction Procurement
  • NI Practical Guide to the Green Book, DFP (2003)
    • Achieving Excellence Initiative for Northern Ireland
    • Gateway Review Process
  • DAO 33/03, 17/04 etc., DFP
  • Modernising Construction Procurement, NIAO (2005)
  • GCCG Sustainability Action Plan (2006/08)
  • CPD Construction Procurement Guide (2006)
  • Construction (Design & Management) Regulations (NI) (2007)
  • Common Minimum Standards for the Procurement of Built Environments in the Public Sector, OGC (2008)
government construction client group gccg
Members

CPD

Translink

NI Water

Roads Service

Education Library Boards,

Health Estates

NIHE

Rivers Agency

CoPE Status

AEC Champions

Sub Groups

Sustainable Construction Group (SCG)

Procurement Practitioners Group – CWS (PPG)

Implementation

GCCG Action Plan

2005 - 2008

2009 - 2011

Sustainability Action Plan

BuildSafe Action Plan

Government Construction Client Group (GCCG)
achieving excellence assessment
Maturity Matrix

27 Criteria / 4 Levels

Key Areas

Programme & Project Management

Procurement / VfM

Sustainable Construction

Buildsafe

76% (2007/08)

84% (2008/09)

Project KPIs (New)

Client Satisfaction

Quality

Programme Predictability

Budget Predictability

Safety

Environment

Achieving Excellence Assessment
implementation
Implementation
  • 156 ‘Live’ Infrastructure Projects, 9/10 Full time PMs
  • Roles & Responsibilities Awareness
  • Project Management Templates
  • Translation into Contract Requirements (ITT/PQQ)
  • Upload onto SharePoint (Infra - Project Control)
  • Progress Meetings / Stage Gate Review / KPI
  • Training
    • Hands On (Project Control)
    • Sustainability Action Plan Workshop
    • APM Intro Cert / Practitioner
    • Construction Contracts / NEC3
summary
Summary
  • Government Policy (Green Book)
  • AEC Procurement Guides 2007
  • Membership of GCCG
  • Key Changes to PM Procedures
    • Alignment with OGC Gateway
    • Roles & Responsibilities
    • Project Structure
slide18
Agreed generic benefits profiles :
  • Value for Money , i.e. cost efficiencies
  • Income / Revenue, i.e. funds inwards
  • Compliance (including Obsolescence)

The currency for 1) and 2) is financial,

3) considers legislative and regulatory obligations

slide19
Reinforced concept of whole life business cases, at programme level;
  • Benefits - integral part of Business Case
  • Main changes for the business
    • Baselining
    • Benefits Tracking
    • Benefits Owners (BCMs) - endorsement of change
issues for way forward
Issues for Way Forward
  • Resources PMO v Programme Teams
  • Business Change Managers/Ownership
  • Overlapping Projects AEC v ICT Enabling