The BAS Transformation programme – Fit for the Future – aims to modernise, update and improve processes and systems across the operation to ensure the benefits of the Antarctic Infrastructure Modernisation programme are realised.
Our strategic priorities are to:
- Reshape science for more success
- Create an effective organisational structure that enables a skilled and expert workforce to flourish
- Realise the benefits from infrastructure modernisation and capital investment in BAS
- Deliver smarter, more efficient and integrated business systems and processes
- Embed environmental and financial sustainability across the organisation
To realise the aspirations of the Antarctic Modernisation Portfolio, namely:
- enable and support frontier science
- invest now to reduce costs, improve environmental footprint, and enhance efficiency across all areas of BAS
- maintain a strong geopolitical presence through the provision of high-quality physical infrastructure and high impact outcomes from a world-leading science programme
- Assurance and compliance – to strengthen BAS’ safety organisation and to put safety at the front of everything that we do.
- New Operating Dynamic – to develop operational models to support introduction of single ship operations and new infrastructure.
- Enhance financial efficiency – to develop cost reporting and financial processes to meet wider audience needs.
- Grow skills and capability of our people – to develop a long term work force plan that supports benefits and future commitments.
- Reshape BAS science – to develop a long term vision for BAS science, and ensure it is aligned to new funding mechanisms.
- Digital Transformation – to streamline, integrate and rationalise business systems across BAS.
- Develop positive relationships – a robust communication plan to ensure we are meeting the needs of all of our stakeholders and strengthening links with the wider science community.
- Modernise organisational structure – to ensure we have the right people in the right place with the right skills.
NOD Programme Coordinator
Director of Corporate Services
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