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Once you've decided to co-locate, all agencies involved will need to choose a lead agency, tailor the co-location and sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and co-location agreement.
All agencies involved in a co-location are in partnership, but the lead agency leads the project delivery and manages building operations.
Things to agree before formalising the co-location, to ensure your solution will meet the needs of all the agencies involved.
As agencies work through their co-location business cases, they’ll need to identify their expected headcount and occupancy levels
To ensure both the Crown and the lead agency are protected against any commercial risk, the agencies involved should formalise the intent and responsibilities of the co-location before making any leasing decisions.
Funding a co-location
Joining an existing co-location