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In developing the PS PMA, attention has been paid to critical areas of programme activity that are essential for successful delivery in local and regional government. Guidance with examples and templates, have been provided for all programme phases.

The diagram below illustrates each phase within the PS PMA and the key documents that should be completed and activities that should be undertaken. The guidance provides the structure for answering key questions that are critical to the successful identification, definition, delivery and closure of programmes within a local and regional government context.

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Identification Phase
Definition Phase
Delivery Phase
Closure Phase

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Identification PhaseDefinition PhaseDelivery PhaseClosure Phase

See also

User Guide to this wiki.
Outperform's wiki administration guide (login required).
Click here to download the PSPMA Embedding Guide
PS PMA Video Case Study
PS PMA Glossary of Terms
A map of PS PMA documents to MSP documents.
One page PS PMA wall chart in A3 size, PDF format
Visit the Local Government Project and Programme Community of Practice (PPM CoP) and join up.
The Site Map shows all pages within the PS PMA wiki.
The Workshop Facilitation Handbook
About London Councils
If you have suggestions for improvement or examples we can use, please email: Lorna Gill or Falguni Pisavadia

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