2013 Report details for project: Capacity Management Portfolio (CMP)

Project name: Capacity Management Portfolio (CMP) - there is only one report for this project
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Organisation: MOJ (D18) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2013 (data is from Sept 2012)
Category: Transformation - see all reports for this category
Description: The strategic objectives of the CMP are: - Determine the number of prison places that are required and deliver the most effective configuration amongst population segments - Configure the estate to give best effect to MoJ's strategic priorities - Support the objectives of stakeholders and partner organisations The CMP will achieve its strategic objectives through the following workstreams, thereby enabling a closer match between the capacity and population in terms of size, function and geographical spread: - small investments - contingency - house blocks - new prisons - reconfigurations - closures These workstreams allow the Portfolio, when possible, to deliver savings from capacity management that do not directly depend on population reductions.
DCA (RAG): Amber/Green
DCA text: Project now forms part of newly-constituted Reducing Prison Unit Cost Programme. This allows for closer integration with other major change projects in NOMS. Closures scheduled for 2013/2014 were advanced into 2012/13 and completed on schedule. All activities are on schedule.
Start date: 2011-07-01
End date: 2013-07-31
Schedule text: Project on schedule
Baseline: £2.31m
Forecast: £3.24m
Variance: 40.26%
Variance text: The portfolio at Q2 2012/13 included two projects which commenced in April 2011 (Tranche 1) and October 2011 (Tranche 2). The majority of the variance corresponds to an overspend in Tranche 1. This was the first project of this kind, and the actual and forecast costs are higher than planned as a number of costs were incurred that were not anticipated in the business case. The business case for Tranche 2 has incorporated the lessons learnt from Tranche 1, and the project is spending within its budgeted costs in 2012/13.
Whole Life Cost: £15.04m
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Sourcefile: MOJ_2013.csv

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