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NR/L3/INI/P3M/124

Governance for Railway Investment Projects (GRIP) – Managing a Stage Boundary

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Organization: NR
Publication Date: 2 September 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 14
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This standard specifies the principles to be adopted for, and the roles and responsibilities associated with, managing a stage boundary within the GRIP process.

This standard is part of the P3M framework and relates to NR/L1/INI/P3M/100 and NR/L2/INI/P3M/101. It applies to all projects and programmes that require Investment Authority, as defined within IR01, Investment Regulations, and:

a) enhance or renew the operational railway; and / or

b) are carried out in a high street environment, e.g. car park developments.

NOTE 1: IR01, Investment Regulations, is available on Connect (IR01 is an internal document available to staff within Network Rail only and can be accessed via the following hyperlink or can be made available externally on request to P3M@networkrail.co.uk ):

http://connectdocs/NetworkRail/Documents/CorporateServices/Finance/FinancialControl/Investment% 20Regulations.pdf

NOTE 2: See the following link for definitions of projects, programmes, and portfolios in Network Rail.

http://oc.hiav.networkrail.co.uk/sites/GRIP/Core%20Documents/P3M%20Definitions.pdf

This information is available externally on request from P3M@networkrail.co.uk.

Purpose

The purpose of this standard is to:

a) provide a fixed point at which acceptance for the project product is confirmed; or

b) confirm that the project has nothing more to contribute by continuing.

The approach is based on best practice within industries that undertake major infrastructure projects and practice recommended by the major professional bodies. These include the Office of Government Commerce (OGC), the Association of Project Management (APM) and the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).

Implementation of this standard will reduce the reputational and financial risk related to the delivery of complex projects.

Document History

NR/L3/INI/P3M/124
September 2, 2017
Governance for Railway Investment Projects (GRIP) – Managing a Stage Boundary
This standard specifies the principles to be adopted for, and the roles and responsibilities associated with, managing a stage boundary within the GRIP process. This standard is part of the P3M...

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