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This assignment asks you to create a process model of the Methodology that you proposed in form of a Dynamic Business Model, describing the way the Federal Government could go about initiating and orchestrating the Energy Transition Plan Your process model should describe the main activities, which the government (and other participants in the programme) should perform to implement the energy transition in Australia. (Do not make the mistake of trying to describe how an end user can move to adopt a given emission reduction technology, that may be interesting but it is not the question in this assignment). The purpose of the model is to ascertain what are the activities involved in the process(es) of the Programme Entity, and what or who is responsible for performing those activities (the programme would have multiple contributors) Please model the above process in form of an activity model. The preferred notation for this activity model will be IDEF0. You could use the BPMN language as an alternative, although you would have to study how BPMN can be used for activity modelling (which is not the usual application of BPMN!). Note that professional project management tools, such as Primavera Project Portfolio Management or Microsoft Project have built-in facilities to create activity models, however, an initial, IDEF0 model can be useful for discussion of the overall process, using just pencil (not pen, because you will be making frequent changes!) and paper. The development of this model would typically be performed by the programme manager during the programme’s initial stage, and once agreed, this would then be transferred into a portfolio / programme / project management tool, for ongoing maintenance and refinement.