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Last edited 11 Oct 2021
Target operating model
Project Routemap, Setting up projects for success, Organisational Design & Development, UK Module, published by the Infrastructure and Projects Authority, states: ‘The target operating model refers to how the asset or change will be funded, owned, operated and maintained once the project has closed.’
Government Functional Standard, GovS 002: Project delivery; portfolio, programme and project management, Version: 2.0, published on 15 July 2021 by HM Government, defines a target operating model as: ‘A model of the future organisation, its working practices and processes, the information it requires and the technology that supports its operations. Note: it is often called a blueprint.’
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