Part 5: Inter-dependencies DR
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- 1 Part 5: Inter-dependencies
- 1.1 Business Function and Function Code (Col 2 & 3)
- 1.2 Name of Business Unit or Vendor/Supplier/Outsource Partner (Col 4)
- 1.3 Type of Dependency (Col 5 to 6)
- 1.4 Description on Nature of Dependency (Col 7)
- 1.5 FAQ for Completion of BIAQ
Part 5: Inter-dependencies
Business Function and Function Code (Col 2 & 3)
Cross-reference to the Business Function/function code or number from original Function No assigned in Part 1
Name of Business Unit or Vendor/Supplier/Outsource Partner (Col 4)
- This Dept/Unit/Vendor/Supplier/Partner is inter-dependent on the Business Function.
- Note (1): There should be a one-to-one relationship between every source and target Dept/BU with the exception of: external agencies e.g. Central Bank, government ministries and agencies, common organizational support units e.g. IT, Human Resource, Finance.
Type of Dependency (Col 5 to 6)
Internal/ External (Col 5)
- This column details what type of relationship is shared between the Business Function and the Business Unit/Vendor/Supplier/Partner.
Possible Dependencies (Col 6)
There are 3 possible dependencies:
- Mutual dependency
- If the Source Dept/Unit and the Target Dept/Unit are the same department/unit, then, there may be a need to identify the sub-unit level e.g. Finance-Account Payable and Finance Account-Receivables.
- Be caution that this is usually not needed except for special cases.
Description on Nature of Dependency (Col 7)
- In this section, describe the nature of the dependency between the two different units.
- Elaborate on the nature of the relationship between both units.
FAQ for Completion of BIAQ