Treasury departments around the world must approve projects and programs, and guide them to successful delivery. Learning from other Treasury departments is a useful way to gain insights into how best to manage the portfolio of projects and programs within your own government departments.
HM Treasury guidance for the Treasury Approvals Process (TAP) and arrangements for the scrutiny and approval of project and programme spending outside Delegated Authority Limits (DAL) set by the Treasury.
The Green Book: appraisal and evaluation in central government; HM Treasury guidance on how to appraise and evaluate policies, projects and programmes.
Project Development Routemap; the UK government’s international support tool for novel or complex major projects. It helps people responsible for delivering projects to understand the capabilities needed to set up for success. It aligns with international best practice and incorporates learning from other major projects and programmes.
Victorian State Government Treasury and Finance; The investment management standard (IMS) is a process for applying simple, common-sense ideas and practices that help organisations to direct their resources and achieve the best outcomes from their investments.