Management Control Checks (MCC) User Briefing

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Paul McLaughlin Quality Assurance Assistant

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Project Assurance:

Project Assurance Management Control Checks (MCC) User Briefing Paul McLaughlin Quality Assurance Assistant

Project Assurance Approach - Background:

Project Assurance Approach - Background

Project Assurance Approach - Background:

Project Assurance Approach - Background Project assurance has a three stage approach :- Stage 1: Self-assessment = MCC Stage 2: Peer assessment = QA Review Stage 3: Management assessment

The Project Assurance Approach - Background:

The Project Assurance Approach - Background Project assurance has a three stage approach :- Stage 1: Self-assessment = MCC Stage 2: Peer assessment = QA Review Stage 3: Management assessment

Project Assurance Approach – P_ _ _ _:

Project Assurance Approach – P_ _ _ _

Project Assurance Approach – P D _ _:

Project Assurance Approach – P D _ _

The Quality Assurance Approach – P D C _:

The Quality Assurance Approach – P D C _

Project Assurance Approach - PDCA:

Project Assurance Approach - PDCA

Project Assurance Approach - PDCA:

Project Assurance Approach - PDCA

Project Assurance Approach - Compliance :

Project Assurance Approach - Compliance

The Quality Assurance Approach - Efficiency:

The Quality Assurance Approach - Efficiency

The Quality Assurance Approach - Effectiveness:

The Quality Assurance Approach - Effectiveness

How’s it implemented?:

How’s it implemented?

How’s it implemented?:

How’s it implemented?

How’s it implemented?:

How’s it implemented?

How’s it implemented?:

How’s it implemented?

How’s it implemented?:

How’s it implemented? 9 sections Contract Management Procurement Governance Finance Delivery Stakeholder Management Risk and Issue Management Information Management Monitoring and Evaluation

How’s it implemented?:

How’s it implemented?

Reporting:

Reporting

MCC – What are the benefits?:

MCC – What are the benefits? Enables delivery teams to conduct a self assessment of the status of their project management against client requirements and relevant standards Gives delivery teams a mechanism for raising and escalating issues in order to seek support as part of a clear risk and issue management process Provides senior colleagues with an overview of issues that are emerging across the portfolio to support strategic decision making Help identify issues cutting across different programmes or projects Can act as a trigger for additional quality assurance reviews to minimise risk of external sanctions, maximise value for money, increase impact and embed best practice

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What happens next?

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Any questions? Paul McLaughlin, QA Assistant

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