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At Gateway 3, the Project Board will seek confirmation that the project's delivery and implementation remains consistent with the prior business justification.
The Project Board must also be confident that the project is safeguarded by realistic, robust and manageable plans and adequate controls (e.g. for managing uncertainty, performance and quality) and compliance arrangements (Health & Safety, EU procurement, sustainability, IS/IT standards, etc).
The Project Board must also be satisfied that a thorough assessment of stakeholders has been undertake and used to inform a Communication Plan that:
Where relevant, the Project Board should also confirm that it understands the supplier market's capability, track record, performance and likelihood of responding to the project requirements.
Approval at this stage by the Project Board gives permission to initiate the delivery phase. It will also establish the resource schedule in the PID as the contractual commitment for all those involved that: