- capital assets are operational and accessible;
- facilities are operational and accessible;
- delivery team members are competent and capable;
- all resources are redeployed, returned or disposed of, at the end of the work.
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On low complexity projects, mobilisation and demobilisation will often only cover small numbers of internal resources.
As scale and complexity increases, this capability may have to cover procurement and disposal of significant capital assets and services. It will link closely with the procurement and contract management capabilities.
Mobilisation is based primarily on availability.
Assets and facilities are maintained on an ad-hoc basis.
Assets are disposed of and internal resources are released back to business-as-usual.
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All resources are confirmed as being available and effective before being implemented according to plan.
Maintenance of assets is planned and reliable performance ensured.
Disposal of assets and facilities is managed to realise full value.
The performance of internal resources is reviewed and communicated back to line managers.