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Last edited 05 Mar 2021
The Integrated Project Insurance (IPI) Model, Project Procurement and Delivery Guidance, published by the Cabinet Office in 2014 suggests that the gain/pain share mechanism can be used: ‘…to identify and reward all key alliance members for effective collaborative management of the project/programme and its associated risks and benefits to successful conclusion.’
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