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2. At the program implementation management stage

  • monitoring of program performance overall and for individual tasks

  • analysis of current status of work and forecasting of possibilities of achieving program goals

  • development, implementation, and monitoring of the execution of management decisions

The mechanism for monitoring program implementation consists of the following elements:

  • preparation of annual reports on progress made in carrying out basic program activities, financial resources expended, and the degree to which results obtained correspond to the expected outcome

  • presentation of reports to the leadership of Minatom, SRMAE, and RAEP so that they can be jointly discussed and the appropriate corrections can be made in the program

The industry commission includes an information service and management group that analyzes the status of work and prepares information for decision making and operational management of program implementation.

One of the most important organizational-economic conditions promoting successful implementation of the program is its inclusion in the Federal Targeted Program of Employment Assistance to the Population for 2002–2005 and the distribution of the corresponding forms of state support to the enterprises participating in realization of the program.

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