Analysis and reporting on project activities is available throughout the project cycle so as to provide real time oversight of design, optimization, project selection, implementation and operations. Authorised personnel can access information on any stage of a project's development using the Real Time Audit (RTA) system. Project managers do not have to prepare analyses and reports because these are generated by the RTA system according to the type of request. As a result managers and team members can dedicate more time to their core activities rather than being diverted into the preparation of requested analyses and reports. The distribution of requested reports is by online access via lap tops, tablets or mobiles. Reports can be set up to be delivered by email on request. This is useful to brief attendees of online conferences and meetings. Computation of analyses and reporting make use of an automatic report generation system for full reports or selectable sections. Analyses and the resulting reports can be generated on demand by authorised overseers and project personnel. Reports cover a range of topics including all of the input to the due diligence procedures, the output and input specifications and including procurement bills of lading and project accounts based on the total purchased inputs quantities or work days and their cost.

All of this information can be accessed via the Real Time Audit system at any time. Typical report content can include:

PROJECT DESIGN
  • Gaps & needs analysis
  • Macro-organizational elements analysis
  • Micro-organizational elements analysis
  • Constraints including:
    • Eligibility criteria
    • Financial criteria
    • Legal & regulatory
    • Administrative framework procedure e.g. procurement cycle
  • Upstream process and stakeholder analysis
  • Project level process & stakeholder analysis
  • Downstream process & stakeholder analysis
  • Project plan and schedule
  • The quantities and specifications of resource inputs and outputs
  • Accounts & budget
  • Bills of lading for procurement
  • Design optimization simulation results:
    • Throughput quantity
    • Throughput quality
    • Costs
    • Timing
    • Environmental impacts
    • Economic impacts
    • Financial impacts
    • Social impacts
    • Maps of project performance impacts of potential changes in conditions
    • Stakeholder resolutions
PROCUREMENT
  • procurement cycle
  • fixed capital equipment and other input acquisition
  • all inputs secured
SETUP
  • establishment of activities and teams
  • commissioning
IMPLEMENTATION
  • Real Time Audit (RTA) oversight
  • Monitoring of performance recording
  • 24/7 on-demand analyses and reporting
  • documented decision support to respond to any changes in conditions
REGULAR REPORTING
This can be setup to include:
  • Project proposal
  • Inception reports
  • Regular periodic progress reports
  • Budget expenditure reports
  • Human resource utilization
  • Factor markets
  • Produce markets
  • Final reports