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Programme and Project Management

The application of professional Programme and Project Management disciplines to the delivery of Information Technology (IT) and Information Systems (IS) development projects.

Features and benefits 

Ensures the consistent use of appropriate project and programme management methods, tools and techniques.

The service offers a range of defined approaches, each designed to ensure effective control and delivery of a range of different project types and scales.

How much does it cost? 

This service may be chargeable.

How do I get this service? 

Please contact the appropriate Relationship Manager for referral to UIS.

How quickly can I get this service? 

Delivery lead times vary depending on the complexity of the project in question.

Support details and contact information 

Please contact the appropriate Relationship Manager for referral to UIS.

When is this service available? 

During normal UIS working hours.

Monday–Friday: 09:00–17:00.

Supported service hours 

During normal UIS working hours.

Monday–Friday: 09:00–17:00.

 

 

 

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