Programme Organisation and Project Management Champion products

  • ODA People Strategy
    The ODA designed its People Strategy in 2007. This was used primarily as a framework for the Human Resources (HR) team to develop and implement the approach to managing people issues for the ODA’s directly-engaged workforce.
  • Sustainability Obligations Register
    The Sustainability Obligations Register was used to provide an overview of sustainability related legislation that was directly or indirectly applicable to LOCOG’s operations and activities. It provided the means by which the requirements of clauses 3.5.2 and 3.8.2 of BS8901:2009...
  • London 2012 Sustainability Guidance for Accommodation
    The Sustainability Guidance for Accommodation provides advice on implementing sustainability in the accommodation sector. It has been designed to be read in conjunction with the London 2012 Sustainability Guidelines for Corporate and Public Events or as a standalone document. It...
  • Programme Baseline Report
    The purpose of the Programme Baseline Report was to provide a comprehensive summary of the ODA’s Olympic Programme, detailing scope, programme, budget and risk against which performance could be measured both internally and externally.
  • Change Request Form
    The Change Request Form (CRF) was an integral part of the formal change control procedure implemented in the Programme. It ensured all proposed changes to scope, programme or schedule and budget were adequately documented and tracked away from an agreed...
  • Cost Report
    The Cost Report provided a monthly update of the Anticipated Final Cost (AFC) of each project against its Current Baseline Budget (CBB). Reports were completed by the Delivery Partner Commercial Leader with information presented at Tier One contract level, which...
  • Integrating Programme Controls systems and the interface with governance
    This document describes the Programme Controls framework deployed to support the governance regime, including the configuration of the major systems components and how the change control, baseline update and status update processes worked.
  • Programme Dashboards
    The Programme Dashboards were designed to provide a concise, graphic ‘snapshot view’ of key performance indicators (KPIs) for senior management and stakeholders. There were initially four (Olympic Programme, Venues and Infrastructure, Athletes’ Village and Transport), but these were augmented in...
  • ODA Programme Performance Report
    The ODA Programme Performance Report provides a monthly update on the progress and performance of the entire ODA Programme. The report gives a complete monthly overview of the programme health in approximately 20 pages, covering programme, financials, procurement/contract, close out,...
  • ODA Business Case
    The Business Case template was produced to provide a standard format for all ODA projects required to create a Business Case. The template used by the ODA was based on the format recommended in UK HM Treasury’s Green Guide.
  • The Reporting Calendar
    The Reporting Calendar established a rigorous timetable to align all performance reports, financial reports, and the change process to ensure that reporting deliverables could be delivered in time to meet external agency deadlines and to feed into the programme’s governance...
  • Delivery Partner Progress Report
    The Delivery Partner Progress Report formally recorded the monthly status and performance of the London 2012 Programme. The report was produced by Delivery Partner Programme Controls at the end of the monthly assurance reviews and submitted to the ODA Programme...
  • Project Status Report
    The Project Status Report (PSR) was each project’s formal progress report. It was produced each month and checked by Programme Controls before being used as the basis for discussion in the Major Project Reviews between the Project team and the...
  • Programme Management Framework
    The Programme Management Framework described the structures, processes and interfaces needed to ensure that the construction of the Olympic Park was managed in the most efficient and effective manner.
  • Project Brief
    The Project Brief was a high level document that outlined the objectives and operational requirements for each project. As the project progressed through the different Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) stages of the design process, the brief was developed...
  • ODA Governance Framework
    The ODA Governance Framework detailed the processes by which the ODA is directed and controlled, at its most senior levels, to achieve its objectives and meet the necessary standards of accountability and probity. It provided the structures and processes to...
  • ODA Assurance Framework
    The ODA Assurance Framework considered the key functions, at both project and programme levels, required to deliver the ODA’s objectives utilising a ‘three lines of defence’ model. It outlined the departments and reviews involved in assuring that these functions met...
  • ODA Strategic Outline Case
    The Strategic Outline Case (SOC) template was produced to provide a standard format for all ODA projects required to create a SOC.
  • ODA Project Initiation Document
    The Project Initiation Document (PID) was used in the early development phase of each project. It summarised the proposed scope, objectives, and project plan.
  • ODA Quarterly Report
    The ODA Quarterly Report provided a comprehensive quarterly update to funders on progress of the overall programme, scope, budgets, risks and cash flow. The ODA committed to Government to provide the report following approval of the ODA Lifetime Budget in...
  • Cost Performance Report
    The Cost Performance Report (CPR) was based on the ANSI/EIA 748 Cost Performance Report 1 and was tailored to provide a concise monthly overview of cost and schedule performance at programme and project level.
  • ODA Quarterly Priority Theme Report
    Being in the public spotlight, it was vital that the ODA could clearly demonstrate achievement of its strategic objectives and commitments. The Quarterly Priority Theme Report brought together the ODA’s priority theme commitments as set in the ODA’s Lifetime Corporate...
  • ODA Business Close Out Reports
    ODA Business Close Out Reports (BCORs) were produced at completion of the venues and infrastructure projects. This champion product is presented as a best practice example for a project close out report that was successfully used to close out the...