This part of the application is concerned with feasibility and sustainability and the effect of funding changes on deliverability. It should address any procurement required, such as the purchase of goods or services. It should clarify contractual questions, including contractual milestones and delivery dates. It should set out who is responsible for agreed outputs. Risk management should be dealt with here also. We are expecting to see:
• Evidence that the project regarded is feasible and deliverable
• Evidence that the organisation delivering the project is a sustainable, reliable partner
• Clear and credible milestones and delivery dates
• What (if any) procurement is required and is there a procurement strategy
• Identification of risks and a plan to mitigate against them
• Any major dependencies – in other words, whether project dependent on any decisions or events outside of the applicant’s control.
Supporting evidence should be included to underpin any statements made.