Project Implementation Plan


The Project Implementation Plan is a work planning by-product that specifies project implementation activities and outputs, resources allocated and the units/persons responsible. As with the work plan, it is prepared and presented on a quarterly basis. Projects are usually responsible for a significant portion of public procurement of goods and services, hence the importance of aligning expected investments with cashflow forecasts and exchequer releases.


Upstream: ADP, Budget Estimates, Budget Appropriation, Budget Implementation Circular, Work Plan

Downstream: Performance Contracts, Budget Execution (Procurement Plan, Cashflow Forecast, etc.)


With guidance from the Office of the Governor and County Finance and Economic Planning, Departments prepare work plan-aligned quarterly project implementation plans. These plans build on the approved ADP project portfolio that is funded in the approved budget estimates. Specific activities and outputs based on project implementation schedules are set out against resource allocations and units/persons responsible for implementation. Project implementation plans are normally annexed to the main work plans that are consolidated and presented to the County Executive Committee for approval prior to sharing with other County Government entities and publication on the County web site. 


Guidelines and Tools

Draft Project Investment Management Guidelines. National Treasury. 2018

County Budget Operational Manual. National Treasury, 2014

County Public Participation Guidelines. Ministry of Devolution and Planning (MoDP), Council of Governors (CoG). 2016