Guidance

How to become an assurance reviewer

Guidance and forms for civil servants who want to become an independent assurance reviewer for the Infrastructure and Projects Authority.

Documents

Become an assurance reviewer for the Infrastructure and Projects Authority: guidance

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Infrastructure and Projects Authority: assurance reviewer skills form

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Details

The Infrastructure and Projects Authority arranges and manages independent assurance reviews for the government’s most complex and high risk projects.

Assurance reviews are essential for successful project delivery. For guidance on carrying out assurance reviews, refer to the IPA assurance review toolkit.

These reviews are carried out by a pool of independent accredited assurance reviewers from both the civil service and industry. Anyone from the civil service can apply to be a reviewer.

The guidance explains the:

  • different reviewer roles available
  • skills and experience you need to be a reviewer
  • application process

For queries on becoming an assurance reviewer, email gateway.helpdesk@ipa.gov.uk

Published 19 July 2011