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development through partnership. Infrastructure Delivery Management Toolkit: 2010 Edition. Practice Guide 1: Provincial Infrastructure Strategy. development through partnership. Contents of this presentation. Purpose of this module Audience Importance of an infrastructure strategy
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development through partnership Infrastructure Delivery Management Toolkit: 2010 Edition Practice Guide 1: Provincial Infrastructure Strategy
development through partnership Contents of this presentation • Purpose of this module • Audience • Importance of an infrastructure strategy • Components of an infrastructure strategy • Macro infrastructure environment • Template example • Alignment with the greater environment • Roadmaps • RACI • Continuous improvement
Audience • National Government (awareness and alignment) • National Planning Committee • National Treasury • Ministerial Committee on Planning • National Custodian Department • National User Departments • Minister: National Planning • Presidency Co-ordinating Committee • Monitoring and Evaluation • Provincial Government (detail application and understanding) • Office of the Premier • Custodian Department • User Departments • Strategy Facilitator and co-ordinator • Provincial Treasury • Local Government Department • Local Government (contribution and participation) • Local Treasury/Finance Departments • Local Custodian Departments • Local User Departments
Importance of the Infrastructure Strategy • It provides an overarching operational plan with a long term vision to achieve and sustain infrastructure delivery as an enabler of the national economic strategy • It provides an opportunity to prioritise and integrate actions and goals at all spheres of government • It allows for conversation and agreement towards one aligned infrastructure delivery vision • It highlights operational support required to delivery and achieve the agreed infrastructure strategy • It aligns budget and planning activities based on design principles and priorities agreed during strategy formulation • It encourages cross-departmental collaboration • It improves sector-specific interaction across all spheres • It highlights the importance of the monitoring and measurement of strategic goals achieved as well as operational achievements • It encourages collaborative partnerships with private sector and communities and encourage co-creation and continuous improvement based on feedback • It highlights the need for standardized and on-time data (reports) and technology to enhance the visibility of infrastructure delivery • Highlights the capacity required to deliver the strategy
Components of Infrastructure Strategy & Integration with other modules Performance Management Why do we exist? Who is our customer? Customer Demographics & Segmentation What value do we deliver? Products & Service Why do we matter? Service Delivery Socio-economic Environmental What is our ambition? Vision Service Delivery Targets Purpose Strategic Planning How do we create and capture value? What is our difference? Product x Service Service perfromance External Influences International Benchmark How will we deliver Our value proposition? Service Delivery Channel Marketing Partnerships What makes our Strategy superior? Right product, right time, Right place, all the time How will it evolve? Refer to maturity table Business Formulae Procurement & OSP Who are we? Trends Best Practices Benchmark internal / external National / International How do we organise to deliver? Organisation Support Plan Collaboration Outsourcing How do we Govern? Steercom, Integration Committee, Knowledge Experts, Process Owners How do we improve? Knwledge Management Best Practices Training & Development Business Process & Technology How do we behave? Culture & Ethics Organisational Character Strategic Planning What must we do and how will we make it happen? What results do we Seek? Performance Management What are the Priorities? Opportunity Costing & Priorities Projects, Budget What action must we Take? Operational Plans What must we do Within 30 days and Who is responsible Goals, priorities And actions Participation What is our message? Who must we talk to? Stakeholder Analysis & Prioritisation What should they Know? Puprose, Formulae, Character, Rules & Standards How can we reach Them? Visibility Accessibility How do we want them To respond? Feedback Strategic Leadership & Conversation
Macro Infrastructure Environment Office of the President Infrastructure Cluster DPSA Cabinet HR M&E Planning Economic Cluster Public Works Budget Committee Social Cluster National National Strategy Health MinMEC Environmental Cluster Treasury PCC Budget Council Admin & Governance Cluster C NC SPAID Education TCF Private Sector (PPP) Parastatals Minister Presidency Office of the Premier Infrastructure Cluster Planning HR M&E CIDB DBSA Economic Cluster PGDS Provincial Social Cluster Environmental Cluster Budget & Planning Admin & Governance Cluster Other IA A Public Works Health Treasury Education Transport, Social Services & Agriculture Local Government IA B IA C District A District B District C Local LA A LA B LA C Feedback into / from National & Provincial Strategy IDP Communities
National Economic National Infrastructure Strategies GIAMA PGDS IDP DORA NIMS National Infrastructure Strategy Economic Strategies Infrastructure Legislation National Sector (User) Infrastructure Strategy Provincial Infrastructure Strategy National Custodian Infrastructure Strategy Infrastructure Demand Planning Infrastructure Supply Planning Provincial Custodian Infrastructure Strategy Provincial User Infrastructure Strategy Provincial Budget Progress Best Practices Trends & Needs Risks Custodian Department Local Government Custodian Infrastructure Strategy National Sector (User) Infrastructure Strategy USER Department 1 Local Government (User) Infrastructure Strategy National Custodian Infrastructure Strategy National Sector (User) Infrastructure Strategy USER Department 2 Local Government (User) Infrastructure Strategy Goals & Targets Principles for SLAs Spatial & High level priorities Strategic Communication Operational Support & Organisation Design Principles National Sector (User) Infrastructure Strategy USER Department 3 Local Government (User) Infrastructure Strategy Input in next cycle Service Delivery Targets Performance Dashboard Provincial Infrastructure Plan (long term) Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6 71 Y8 Y9 Y10 U-Amp C-Amp Projects & Programs
1. National Infrastructure Strategy Development Roadmap National roadmap 1.5 Present National Economic and Budget Goals & Targets to Provinces National Economic Strategy President / Office of the Premier National Spatial Development Plans 1. 1 Present National Economic Goals & Targets, and Align National Budget 1.4 Feedback National Infrastructure Demand and Risks & Align with National Economic Strategy and Budget National Budget Treasury 2.10 Align National and Provincial Infrastructure Strategies From Provincial Infrastructure Strategy Roadmap Final National Infrastructure Strategy 1.2 Present National Budget Goals and Targets National Infrastructure Strategy Final Provincial Infrastructure Strategy Sector National Infrastructure Strategy Custodian From Provincial Infrastructure Strategy Roadmap 1.3 Determine National Sector Infrastructure Goals and Targets User
Provincial roadmap 2. Provincial Infrastructure Strategy Development Roadmap PGDS Guidelines 2.4 Present Final PGDS to User Departments to determine infrastructure requirements as an enabler for the PGDS. 2.2 Determine local Government Goals and Targets Integrated Development Plan (IDP) President / Office of the Premier 2.1 Determine Provincial Economic Goals and Targets 2.3 Finalise the PGDS wih the IDP feedback and amendments Provincial Growth and Development Strategy (PGDS) Final PGDS Sector (User Department) Provincial Infrastructure Strategy To National Infrastructure Strategy Roadmap 2.10 Align National and Provincial Infrastructure Strategies 2.13 Align Provincial Budget and PGDS (including the Provincial Infrastructure Strategy) to be monitored as part of M&E function 2.11 Align Provincial and Local Government Infrastructure Budgets 2.12 Align National and Provincial Infrastructure Budgets Final National Infrastructure Strategy Final Provincial Infrastructure Budget Final National Infrastructure Budget Infrastructure delivery M&E Treasury 2.6 Align National and Provincial User Infrastructure Strategies 2.8 Determine Local Government Sector (Custodian) Infrastructure Goals and Targets and Capabilities 2.7 Feedback Final Provincial & Local User Infrastructure Needs, Gaps and Recommendations 2.9 Present final Provincial Infrastructure Strategy to the Province Provincial Infrastructure Strategy and Final Infrastructure Budget Provincial and Local Government Custodian Infrastructure Strategy Final Provincial Infrastructure Strategy Sector National Infrastructure Strategy Integrated Sector (User Department) National & Provincial Infrastructure Strategy Custodian 2.5 Determine Local Government Sector (User) Infrastructure Goals and Targets in line with the PGDS Sector (User Department) Local Government Infrastructure Strategy User
3. Local Infrastructure Strategy Development Roadmap Local Government roadmap PGDS Provincial and Local Government Custodian Infrastructure Strategy 3. 3 Feedback Local Government Goals and Targets to the Custodian Provincial Infrastructure Strategy 3. 1 Feedback Local Government Goals and Targets to the Province 3. 2 Feedback Local Government Goals and Targets to the Sector Provincial Infrastructure Strategy Final National Infrastructure Strategy Department of Local Government IDP Feedback for PGDS amendments 3. 4 Feedback municipal infrastructure needs and budget issues Treasury Draft Provincial Infrastructure Budget Final Provincial Infrastructure Budget 3. 5 Align Local Government Infrastructure Strategy across the Local Government areas Final National Infrastructure Strategy & Budget Planning & Design Custodian 3. 6 Align Local Government Infrastructure Strategy across the Local Government areas Final National Infrastructure Strategy & Budget Planning & Design User
Continuous improvement World Class Excellence External Alignment Internal Netorking Stage 5 Strategy Internal Alignment Strategic Collaboration Extended Marketplace Best Practices Strategy Silo Thinking Stage 4 Industry Community Integration Private Sector Partnerships Service Delivery Execution Integration Stage 3 Community Integration Contractor / Service Provider Alignment & Collaboration Integrated Infrastructure Planning Service Delivery Visibility Stage 2 Process Alignment Key Measures Stage 1 Data Availability Isolated Improvements Disconnected Fragmented Standardised Islands of Excellence Integrated Refine Improve Self-generating 13
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