FIS Benefits Report and Strategy Paper using Benefits Realization
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3.1 BENEFITS REGISTER OVERVIEW
The purpose of the Benefits Register is to capture measurable outcomes that will serve as major indicators of the FIS project's progress. Such measurement allows for progress reports based on benefits achieved as well as mid-course corrections at key points. The Benefits Register is a key technique for establishing/identifying tangible measurement criteria, establishing accountability and to indicate expected benefits flow over time.
The Benefits Register is found on the next page. The following are the key outcomes that have been selected for measurement as part of the Benefits Register.
1. Timely Government-wide reports (to Statistics, Receiver General, Finance)
2. Increased competence in using Management Information
3. Facilitate maintain, retrofit, sell analysis
4. Better information for planning and decision making
5. More Informed Decision Making
6. Increased Client Satisfaction
7. Key Results achieved / improved
8. Clarified Accountability for performance achieved
9. Increased service / program delivery efficiency
10. Increased service / program delivery effectiveness.
There are some outstanding aspects to the Benefits Register that should be completed going forward. Wherever a 'TBD' appears in the Benefits Register, the appropriate values should be added.
3.2 FIS BENEFITS - MANAGER'S VIEW BENEFITS REGISTER
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