OVERVIEW

One of the 9 main Departments of TETFUND,

Drives/Coordinates the Bulk of intervention activities of the Fund,

One of the Departments that interfaces with the Fund’s beneficiaries as the custodian of physical intervention projects,

At inception as ETF in 1999, the Project Management was known as Projects Development Department,

Subsequently, due to increased scope of work, it was re-named OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT,

During the restructuring in 2010, it was renamed: PROJECT MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT, with two (2) Departments emerging from the old structure,

Its functions are subsumed in all the Four Divisions of the Department

DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES

  • To determine admissible projects submitted by beneficiaries,
  • Preparation and issuance of allocation letters to beneficiaries for their regular and special interventions in accordance with the directive of the Board of Trustees
  • Vet and Reconcile Project submissions in line with given allocations and obtainable best practices,
  • Recommend projects for Approval if okay,
  • Monitor the Due Processes for contractor engagement through attendance of Bid Openings at the beneficiaries’ institutions,
  • Recommend funds disbursement after the Due Process in installments,
  • Monitor Stage Development of Projects until completion in conjunction with the Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Department,
  • Documents and archives approved project information in digitized Data bases,

Other ancillary/incidental activities:

  • Translating Board Policies to action as concerns project development/intervention,
  • Develop position papers on projects and present to the BOT,
  • Acts as Secretariat of the Projects Committee of the Board under the direction of the Executive Secretary,
  • Corresponding with beneficiaries on issues about their submissions,
  • Prototype development,
  • Formulation of standards,
  • Offering Professional advice to the Fund and its beneficiaries whenever required for proper guidance.