- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
Last edited 24 Feb 2020
‘To ensure that projects start on the right path, it is likely that the Client Representative and their advisors will prepare a Delivery Plan at the commencement of the project. This would be the primary plan for setting out how project information is to be prepared, who does so, and what protocols and procedures to use. The document would be owned by the client but may be updated and managed using change control as the supply chain procedures and protocols are expanded and agreed. It might contain details of:
- roles, responsibilities and authorities with relevant organograms;
- standard methods and procedures;
- the Employers Information Requirements (EIR); and
- the Project Programme (PP)’
See also: Project execution plan.
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