CERA’s Horizontal Infrastructure Programme: Financial management and guidelines for future recovery practitioners

The horizontal infrastructure rebuild was one of the most risk-prone recovery programmes in the Christchurch recovery effort. The following guidelines, which can be read alongside Disaster recovery: Guidelines for finance managers, are based on the reflections of CERA’s horizontal infrastructure staff and may apply to future high-cost, high-risk recovery programmes. 

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