2017 Report details for project: Army Reserve Development Programme

Project name Army Reserve Development Programme - there are 2 reports for this project: 2016, 2017
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Organisation MOD (D17) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year 2017 (data is from September 2016)
Category Military - see all reports for this category
Description: The utilisation of Reservist Units by the Army as part of efficiencies in the Armed Forces laid out in the White Paper 'Reserves in the Future Force; Valuable and Valued'.
DCA (RAG) Amber/Green
DCA text: The programme is mature and continues to progress delivery of capability to meet the Army's transformation requirements. Attention is now focused on benefits delivery and realisation. This includes reaching Full Operating Capability of the Reserves Directorate to provide the enduring governance for benefits realisation, implementing changes under Army 20202 Refine and creating the conditions for continuing development of Reserves beyond the end of the programme.
Start date 2014-12-01
End date 2017-01-01
Schedule text The most recent Project Assurance Review concluded that whilst attaining the April 2019 target remains a challenge the programme is on track to realise the wider benefits of a Capable, Useable and Integrated Army Reserve and should graduate from the GMPP. The programme was removed from the GMPP on 5 June 2017. The IPA and SRO have agreed that final programme closure should be conditions based and SRO intent is to formally close the programme before the end of 2019 once the programme transition to BAU is fully completed.
Baseline £197.57m
Forecast £202.55m
Variance 3.00%
Variance text: Budget Variance less than 5%
Whole Life Cost £1,856.75m
WLCost text: The cost of the current budgeted Whole Life Cost of the programme remains affordable at this stage. The programme costs are subject to regular scrutiny both by the Programme Director and the Army Director of Resources to ensure continued affordability. The Whole Life Cost of the programme will continue to be reviewed in line with the Annual Budget Cycle process and reported upon accordingly.
Sourcefile IPA_2017.csv

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