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other options. The difference between ’do nothing’ and ’do minimum’/’do something’/’do optimum’/’do outsource’ is the benefit that the investment will buy. The analysis of each option provides sufficient information to judge which option presents the best value for the Organisation. It provides the answer to the question: for this level of investment, are the anticipated benefits more desirable, viable and achievable than the other options available? 3.1 Option 1 - Do Nothing Do Nothing Option description : Strengths: Weaknesses: 3.2 Option 2 - Do Something Do Something Option description : Strengths: Weaknesses: 3.3 Option 3 - Do Minimum Do Minimum Option description : Strengths: Weaknesses: 3.4 Option 4 - Do Optimum Do Optimum Option description : Strengths: Weaknesses: 3.5 Option 5 - Do Outsource Do Outsource Option description : Strengths: Weaknesses: 00384e012e0a9c73deb66e20cc4ce237a8e350a6.doc 5/ 8
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DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF ADMINISTRATION D IRECTORATE OF I NFORMATION T ECHNOLOGY 4 E XPECTED B ENEFITS The benefits that the project will deliver expressed in measurable terms against the situation as it exists prior to the project. Benefits should be both qualitative and quantitative. 4.1 Benefits versus Expectations Indicators Do Nothing Do Something Do Minimum Do Optimum Do Outsource 4.2 Benefits versus Risks Issues Risk or Uncertainty? Mitigating Factors Severity/Likelihood 4.3 Consolidated Risks Appraisal Issues Do Nothing Severity/ Likelihood Do Something Severity/ Likelihood Do Minimum Severity/ Likelihood Do Optimum Severity/ Likelihood Do Outsource Severity/ Likelihood 00384e012e0a9c73deb66e20cc4ce237a8e350a6.doc 6/ 8
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