Closing of ÇATAB Institutional System Configuration Project

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The closing meeting of the project carried out by TÜSSİDE for the institutionalization of the Çanakkale Wars Gallipoli Historical Area Presidency (ÇATAB) was held in Çanakkale on 13 July 2018. At the meeting attended by senior management and employees, the work carried out in the project, its outputs and its contributions to ÇATAB were included.

The project, which started on 20.03.2017, started with the corporate analysis of ÇATAB and continued with process, internal control, human resources workforce analysis and individual performance evaluation system, preliminary financial control and risk management studies.

Within the scope of the project, ÇATAB personnel working in each work package were worked one-on-one, training was provided and senior management was frequently informed and their support was received. Throughout the project, attention was paid to establishing flexible systems, taking into account the needs and expectations of the institution, its strategic plan and the legislation, and what the institution should do next was listed.

With the project, ÇATAB's processes were defined, necessary improvement suggestions were made, employee job descriptions, units and to whom they would report were clarified, the required human resources were determined, the organization chart was clarified, an individual performance system specific to the institution was designed, the institution as a whole was officially established within the framework of internal control standards. An action plan was prepared for what needs to be done, unforeseen risks were identified, necessary control activities were determined, consultancy was provided to increase the effectiveness of preliminary financial control procedures, and control directives and checklists were created.

The project closing meeting ended with the senior management thanking TÜSSİDE and presenting the Çanakkale martyrs' monument model to the project manager.

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