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Investor Confidence Rating - Project Delivery Performance

Managing projects and programmes well and delivering them within time, scope and budget is essential to ensure value from investments and best use of resources.

Project delivery performance measures the extent to which the investment met the schedule, scope and cost statements in the relevant business cases. 

As with benefits delivery, the Treasury will work with each agency and relevant assessment partners to determine a suitable sample or portfolio of significant investments that have attained "in-service" status over a given period.

For the agreed significant investments, the actual schedule, scope and costs will be assessed against the schedule, scope and costs set out in the business case (noting the business case is expected to be updated throughout the investment), and this will be used to determine the project delivery performance indicator for the Investor Confidence Rating.

The benefits delivery performance, project delivery performance and asset performance information can be entered into the spreadsheet below and submitted to the Treasury. Instructions for how to fill it in can be found in the assessment and moderation guidance. If you have further questions please email the Treasury at [email protected]

For ICR purposes, agencies should use the lag indicator template

Last updated: 
Tuesday, 20 March 2018