Department of Construction and Infrastructure annual report 2010-2011
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Department of Construction and Infrastructure Annual Report 2010-2011 37 Corporate Governance AMS Audit Audit Issue Audit Recommendation DCI Response Resource alignment Immediately resolve ministerial briefing on obtaining additional resources for a successful AMS go live. Detailed resource plan submitted to Chief Minister in Nov 2010 allowing for a mix of dedicated and part time resources to deliver the required expertise to the project. Budgeting and transparency of project costs Consideration needs to be given to recovering costs incurred by DCI from Fujitsu which are within the contract terms. Full details of costs associated with the project will be recorded and additional costs put through to the Project Board for approval. Contract Performance monitoring 1. Agreement on expectation of deliverables. 2. Ensure blueprints provided by system provider. 3. Continue ongoing quality checks. Identify where contractor is not meeting obligations. 1. All expectations will be monitored. 2. Three of the four outstanding deliverables were provided prior to audit being completed. All Fujitsu deliverables are being tracked. 3. The AMS team continues to manage the contractual obligations for Fujitsu deliverables. Risk and issues management 1. Update the risk management framework so all current risks are identified. 2. Revisit current risk mitigation strategies. 3. Reassess current risk rating. 4. Coordinate existing issues registers to eliminate duplication of activities. 1. Identified Risks from this report have been added to the risk register. All risks are reviewed fortnightly by the Project Board. 2. A monthly review of the risk log will be undertaken. 3. A monthly review of the risk register to assess current risk rating has been implemented. 4. All registers have been consolidated into a single sharepoint register. People/Organisational Change Management Dedicate a Change Manager be assigned to the project. Change Manager approved by Chief Executive and commenced in AMS team. Project direction and management Project management roles to be clarified such that direction and management of the project is clearly defined. The recommendation will be implemented upon finalisation of the additional resources.
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