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Post Implementation Review

On completion of a computer project, users and the project team should conduct a Post Implementation Review (PIR) on the areas listed below:

  • to evaluate whether the system objectives have been fully achieved and the problems identified have been satisfactorily solved;
  • to evaluate the utilization of resources and recommend adjustments to both non-recurrent and recurrent expenditure and costs if considered necessary;
  • to evaluate the realization of benefits, including savings in posts, and recommend adjustments if considered necessary;
  • to evaluate whether the implementation schedule as contained in the original funding submission has been adhered to; and
  • to identify necessary improvements to the computer system and recommend a course of action to implement them.