1 PROJECT MANAGEMENT PLAN TEMPLATE < PROJECT NAME > Date of Issue: < date > Document Revision #: < version # > Project Manager: < name >
2 Project Management Plan < Insert Project Name > Revision History Name Date Reason for Changes Version <author> initial draft Draft 0.1* NOTE: * Drafts should be version numbered Draft 0.1, Draft 0.2, etc. Accepted Releases should be version numbered 1.X, 2.X, etc.
3 Project Management Plan < Insert Project Name > Table of Contents 1. Project Overview Purpose, Scope, and Objectives Assumptions, Constraints and Risks Project Deliverables Schedule and Budget Summary Evolution of the Plan References Definitions and Acronyms Project Organization External Interfaces Internal Structure Roles and Responsibilities Project Management Process Plans Project Initiation Project Charter Initial Project Scope Project Planning Initial Project Estimates Initial Project Team Staffing Resource Acquisition Project Staff Training Project Execution Work Breakdown Structure Project Schedule and Time Management Resource Allocation Project Human Resource Management Project Procurement Management & Budget Allocation Project Monitoring & Control Requirements Management Project Scope & Schedule Management Project Budget and Cost Management Project Quality Management Project Communications Plan Project Performance Management Project Risk Management...15
4 Project Management Plan < Insert Project Name > Project Change Management Project Closure Project-Specific Process Plans Project Specific Processes Methods, Tools, and Techniques Infrastructure Project and Work Product Acceptance Project-Supporting Process Plans Configuration Management Verification and Validation Documentation Work Product Quality Assurance Project Reviews and Audits Problem Resolution Subcontractor Management Additional Plans Project Management Plan Attachments Attachment A Attachment B....26
5 1. Project Overview This section of the Project Management Plan provides an overview of the purpose, scope and objectives of the project for which the Plan has been written, the project assumptions and constraints, a list of project deliverables, a summary of the project schedule and budget, and the plan for evolving the Project Management Plan. < compose a brief summary as describe above.> 1.1 Purpose, Scope, and Objectives <summarize the project purpose, scope and objectives as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Define the purpose and scope of the project. Describe any considerations of scope or objectives to be excluded from the project or the deliverables. Ensure that the statement of scope is consistent with similar statements in the business case, the project charter and any other relevant system-level or business-level documents. Identify and describe the business or system needs to be satisfied by the project. Provide a concise summary of: the project objectives, the deliverables required to satisfy the project objectives, and the methods by which satisfaction of the objectives will be determined. Describe the relationship of this project to other projects. If appropriate, describe how this project will be integrated with other projects or ongoing work processes. Provide a reference to the official statement of project requirements (e.g.: in the business case or the project charter). 1.2 Assumptions, Constraints and Risks <summarize the project assumptions, constraints, and risks as described by the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Describe the assumptions on which the project is based. Describe the imposed constraints and risks on the project such as:
6 schedule, budget, resources, quality, software to be reused, existing software to be incorporated, technology to be used, and external interfaces. 1.3 Project Deliverables <summarize the project deliverables as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section. Be sure to distinguish between project deliverables, such as status reports; from project work product such as acceptance criteria.> Identify and list the following, as required to satisfy the terms of the project charter or contract: project deliverables (either directly in this Plan, or by reference to an external document), delivery dates, delivery location, ands quantities required. Specify the delivery media. Specify any special instructions for packaging and handling. 1.4 Schedule and Budget Summary <summarize the project schedule and budget as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Provide a summary of the schedule and budget for the Project. Restrict the level of detail to an itemization of the major work activities and supporting processes (e.g.: give only the top level of the work breakdown structure).
7 1.5 Evolution of the Plan <summarize how this plan will evolve and be kept up-to-date, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Identify the compliance of this Plan to any standards. Note: The structure of this Project Plan is in compliance with the recommendations of IEEE Std Specify the plans for producing both scheduled and unscheduled updates to this Plan. Specify how the updates to this Plan shall be disseminated. Specify how the initial version of this Plan shall be placed under configuration management. Specify how changes to this Plan shall be controlled after its issue. 1.6 References <summarize the referenced documents, such as the Project Charter, that went into the development of this Project Management Plan, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Provide a complete list of all documents and other sources of information referenced in this Plan. Identify each referenced document by title, report number, date, author and publishing organization. Identify other referenced sources of information, such as electronic files, using unique identifiers such as path/name, date and version number. Identify and justify any deviations from the referenced standards or policies. 1.7 Definitions and Acronyms <list and define the acronyms and terms used in this document, especially those that may be unique to your organization. Follow the suggestions in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Define, or provide references to documents or annexes containing the definition of all terms and acronyms required to properly understand this Plan.
8 Provide any web links to online glossaries internal to your organization. Provide web links to industry accepted resources, such as IEEE and PMI glossaries.
9 2. Project Organization Summarize the structure and organizational relationships within and external to the project organization. <compose a brief summary as described above> 2.1 External Interfaces <summarize the relationships and links to external stakeholders and other entities that will interact with the project, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Describe the organizational boundaries between the project and external entities. Identify, as applicable: the parent organization, the customer, subcontracted organizations, and other organizational entities that interact with the project. Use organizational charts or diagrams to depict the project's external interfaces. 2.2 Internal Structure <summarize the structure of the project team, reporting organizations, and relationships and links to other internal stakeholders and entities that will interact with the project, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Describe the internal structure of the project organization. Describe the interfaces among the units of the IM/IT development team. Describe the interfaces between the project and organizational entities that provide supporting processes, such as configuration management, quality assurance, and verification and validation. Use organizational charts or diagrams to depict the lines of authority, responsibility and communication within the project.
10 2.3 Roles and Responsibilities <summarize and describe the major project activities and the responsible team member i.e., a resource utilization matrix might be used to show the individual, organizational unit, responsibility, and work activity, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Identify and state the nature of each major work activity and supporting process. Identify the organizational units that are responsible for those processes and activities. Consider using a matrix of work activities and supporting processes vs. organizational units to depict project roles and responsibilities.
11 3. Project Management Process Plans This section of the Project Management Plan specifies the project management processes for the project. This section defines the plans for Project Initiation, Project Planning, Project Execution, Project Monitoring & Control, and Project Closure. This section will also cover specific project management process of Risk Management, Change Management, and Project Quality Control. <compose a brief summary as described above> 3.1 Project Initiation <summarize the Project Initiation processes, documentation, and deliverables, for example the Project Charter is the main deliverable of Project Initiation and the Kickoff Meeting is the initial Project Team meeting. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Project Charter <summarize the process for authorizing the project and the development and approval of the Project Charter. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Specify the development and approval, by the Project Sponsor, of this project. Ensure the Project Charter documents the business need and how the work product(s) of this project satisfy those business needs Initial Project Scope <summarize the initial project scope, using the information from the Project Charter. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Describe the preliminary scope of the project, including the deliverable requirements, boundaries of the project, methods of acceptance, and the procedures for scope control.
12 3.2 Project Planning <summarize the Project Initiation & Planning processes, documentation, and deliverables, for example the Project Charter is the main deliverable of Project Initiation and the Kickoff Meeting is the initial Project Team meeting. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Initial Project Estimates <summarize the initial project estimates, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Specify the estimated cost, schedule and resource requirements for conducting the project, and specify the associated confidence levels for each estimate. Specify the methods, tools and techniques used to estimate project cost, schedule and resource requirements; Specify the sources of estimate data and the basis of the estimation such as: analogy, rule of thumb, standard unit of size, cost model, historical database, etc. Specify the methods, tools, techniques to be used to re-estimate the project cost, schedule and required resources. Specify the schedule for project performance reviews and any required re-estimation or forecasting, which might be regular, a periodic or event-driven (e.g.: on project milestones) Initial Project Team Staffing <summarize the initial project staffing, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Specify the number of required staff, providing the following details: number of personnel by skill level, numbers and skill levels in each project phase, and duration of personnel requirement. Specify the sources of staff personnel (e.g.: internal transfer, new hire, contracted, etc.)
13 Consider using resource Gantt charts, resource histograms, spreadsheets and tables to depict the staffing plan by skill level, by project phase, and by aggregations of skill levels and project phases Resource Acquisition <summarize how resources will be acquired for the project, as described by the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Specify the plan for acquiring the resources and assets, in addition to personnel, needed to successfully complete the project. Describe the resource acquisition process. Specify the assignment of responsibility for all aspects of resource acquisition. Specify acquisition plans for equipment, computer hardware and software, training, service contracts, transportation, facilities, and administrative and janitorial services. Specify when in the project schedule the various acquisition activities will be required. Specify any constraints on acquiring the necessary resources. If necessary, expand this subsection to lower levels, to accommodate acquisition plans for various types of resources Project Staff Training <summarize the required project team training, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Specify the training needed to ensure that necessary skill levels in sufficient numbers are available to successfully conduct the Project. Specify the following training information: the types of training to be provided, numbers of personnel to be trained, entry and exit criteria for training, and
14 the training method, for example: lectures, consultations, mentoring, computer-assisted training, etc. Identify training as needed in technical, managerial and supporting activity skills. 3.3 Project Execution <summarize the Project Execution processes, documentation, and deliverables, for example the Project Scheduler is the main deliverable of the Project Execution. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Work Breakdown Structure <develop a WBS, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Define a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to specify the various work activities to be performed in the Project, and to depict the relationships among these work activities. Decompose the work activities to the Work Product or Deliverable level to develop an accurate estimation of resource requirements and schedule duration for each work activity. Specify the following factors for each work activity: necessary resources, estimated duration, products or deliverables of the activity, acceptance criteria for the work activity products, and predecessor and successor work activities. The level of decomposition internally within the WBS may vary depending on the quality of the requirements, familiarity of the work, applicable level of technology, etc Project Schedule and Time Management <develop the Project Schedule and describe Project Time Management, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.>
15 Specify the scheduling relationships among the project work activities in a manner that depicts the time-sequencing constraints and illustrates opportunities for concurrent work activities. Identify the critical path (also called Critical Path Method or CPM ) in the schedule. Indicate dependencies and constraints on the scheduling of particular work activities, which may be caused by external factors. Identify appropriate schedule milestones to assess the scope and quality of project work products and of project achievement status. Techniques for depicting schedule relationships may include milestone charts, activity lists, activity Gantt charts, activity networks, critical path networks and PERT charts Resource Allocation <summarize the allocation of project resources, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Provide a detailed itemization of the resources allocated to each major work activity in the project WBS. Specify, as appropriate, the allocation of the following resources: personnel (by skill level), computing resources software tools special testing and simulation facilities, and administrative support. Use a separate line item for each type of resource for each work activity Project Human Resource Management <summarize the management of project human resources, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.>
16 Specify the numbers and required skill levels of personnel for each work activity. Describe the acquiring of the project team members. Describe the methods to manage the project team members, to include roles and responsibilities, measurement of participation, achievement of objectives, performance reviews (as individuals and as part of a team), and communications with the team members supervisor Project Procurement Management & Budget Allocation <detail the procurement plans and allocation of the project budget, as agreed by the Project Sponsor, and as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Specify planned purchases and acquisitions. Describe planned contracts for resources (e.g., contracts for external consulting services) Provide a detailed breakdown of the necessary resource budgets for each of the major work activities in the WBS. Specify the estimated cost for activity personnel, and include as appropriate, the costs for the following items: travel, meetings, computing resources, software tools, special testing and simulation facilities, and administrative support. Use a separate line item for each type of resource in each activity budget. 3.4 Project Monitoring & Control <summarize the Project Monitoring & Control processes, documentation, and deliverables, for example the Project Performance Measurement is a primary project monitoring & control activity. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.>
17 3.4.1 Requirements Management <specify the requirements gathering, approvals, and change control, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Specify the process for initial requirements gathering and review & acceptance by business stakeholders. Develop the initial Acceptance Criteria, based on the approved set of requirements, and obtain business stakeholder approval. Specify the process for measuring, reporting and controlling changes to the project requirements, during the life of the project. Specify the processes to be used in assessing the impact of requirements changes on product scope and quality, and the impacts of requirements changes on project schedule, budget, resources and risk factors. In the configuration management processes, specify change control procedures and the formation and use of a change control board. In the processes for requirements management, include traceability, prototyping and modeling, impact analysis and reviews Project Scope & Schedule Management <summarize the project scope and schedule management, monitoring and control activities, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Specify the schedule control activities by identifying the processes (such as Earned Value ) to be used for the following purposes: to measure the progress of work completed at the major and minor project milestones, to compare actual progress to planned progress, and to implement corrective action when actual progress does not conform to planned progress. Specify the use of the Earned Value (EV) method and tools (if any) for the measurement and control of schedule progress. Identify the objective criteria that will be used to measure the scope and quality of work completed at each milestone, and hence to assess the achievement of each schedule milestone.
18 3.4.3 Project Budget and Cost Management <summarize project budget and cost management, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Specify the project budget and cost management and control activities by identifying the processes to be used (such as Earned Value ) for the following purposes: to measure the cost of work completed, to compare the actual cost to the planned and budgeted costs, and to implement corrective action when the actual cost does not conform to the budgeted cost. Specify when cost reporting will be done in the project schedule. Specify the use of the Earned Value (EV) method and tools (if any) for the measurement and control of the project budget. Identify the schedule milestones and objective indicators that will be used to assess the scope and quality of the work completed at those milestones Project Quality Management <summarize the project quality management and control plan and activities, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Specify the processes to be used to measure and control the quality of the work and the resulting work products. Specify the use of quality control processes such as quality assurance of conformance to work processes, verification and validation, joint reviews, audits and process assessment Project Communications Plan <summarize the project communications plan and activities, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.>
19 Specify the project communications plan to include: communications purpose & objectives reporting mechanisms report formats information flows communications sources recipients of communications (internal and external) Describe the communications to include status of requirements, schedule, budget, quality, and other desired or required status metrics. Specify the methods, tools and techniques of communication. Specify a frequency and detail of communications related to project management and metrics measurement that is consistent with the project scope, criticality, risk and visibility Project Performance Management <summarize project performance measurement and management, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.> Specify the methods, tools, and techniques to be used in collecting and retaining project metrics. Describe the frequency of performance measurement Specify the following metrics process information: identification of the metrics to be collected, frequency of collection, and processes for validating, analyzing, and reporting the metrics. Describe the objective of project performance measurements and the possible corrective measures for poor performance Project Risk Management <summarize the risk management plan and activities, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.>
20 Specify the risk management plan for identifying, analyzing, prioritizing and addressing project risks. Specify plans for assessing initial risk factors and for the ongoing identification, assessment, and mitigation of risk factors throughout the life cycle of the project. Describe the following: procedures for contingency planning, procedures for tracking the various risk factors, procedures for evaluating changes in the levels of the risk factors and responding to changes in the levels of the risk factors, risk management work activities, procedures and schedules for performing risk management work activities, risk documentation and reporting requirements, organizations and personnel responsible for performing specific risk management activities, and procedures for communicating risks and risk status among the various project stakeholders. Identify and describe the applicable impact of any of the following risk factors: risks in the customer-project relationship, contractual risks, technological risks, risks caused by the size and complexity of the product, risks in the development and target environments, risks in personnel acquisition, skill levels and retention risks to schedule and budget, and risks in achieving customer acceptance of the deliverables Project Change Management <summarize the project change management procedures and controls, as described in the bullets below. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section.>
21 Specify the change management procedures, controls, approvals, required forms, and responsibilities. Describe the integration of change management with configuration management (see section 5.1). Describe the effect of change on the plan baselines and how the integrity of the baselines will be maintained. 3.5 Project Closure <summarize the Project Closure processes, documentation, and deliverables, for example the Final Acceptance (of the project deliverable) is a primary Project Closure milestone. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Identify the plans necessary to ensure orderly closeout of the Project. Describe the final review of the Acceptance Criteria, including any changes during the course of the project (as approved by the business stakeholders), and the satisfaction of the Acceptance Criteria (for example, during user testing). Specify the following: staff reassignment plan process for archiving project materials, process for capturing project metrics in the business projects database, process for post-mortem debriefings of project personnel, and plan for preparation of a final report to include lessons learned and an analysis of project objectives achieved. Close all contracts. Develop and present the final project report to the Project Sponsor.
22 4. Project-Specific Process Plans This section of the Project Management Plan specifies the project-specific process, for this unique project. This section defines the underlying processes, the project management methodology, the infrastructure for this project, and the agreed-to criteria for project acceptance. <compose a brief summary as described above> 4.1 Project Specific Processes <summarize the specific approach to managing this unique project. This should include references to the Project Management Processes described in section 3, above. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Define the relationships among major project work activities and supporting processes. Describe the flow of information and work products among activities and functions. Specify the timing of work products to be generated. Identify the reviews to be conducted. Specify the major milestones to be achieved. Define the baselines to be established. Identify the project deliverables to be completed. Specify the required approvals within the duration of the project. In the process model for the project, include project initiation and project closure activities. Use a combination of graphical and textual notations to describe the project approach for this specific project. Indicate any tailoring of your organization's standard process model, or an industry-accepted model for a project. 4.2 Methods, Tools, and Techniques <summarize the specific project methods to be used and describe specific tools and techniques to be employed in completing the scope of this project. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.>
23 Specify the development methodologies, programming languages and other notations, and the processes, tools and techniques to be used to specify, design, build, test, integrate, document, deliver, modify and maintain the project deliverable and non-deliverable work products. Specify the technical standards, policies, and procedures governing development and/or modification of the work products. 4.3 Infrastructure <summarize the specific project tools and infrastructure supporting and facilitating the success of this project. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Specify the plan for establishing and maintaining the development environment (hardware, operating system, network and software), and the policies, procedures, standards, and facilities required to conduct the Project. These resources may include workstations, local area networks, software tools for analysis, design implementations, testing, and project management, desks, office space, and provisions for physical security, administrative personnel, and janitorial services. Describe the supporting tools and infrastructure for the project team members (e.g., MS-Project scheduling tool, web-based collaboration tools, project information server, use of Blackberry communication devices, etc.). 4.4 Project and Work Product Acceptance <summarize the acceptance process for the individual work products and the overall project. Also describe the development of the acceptance criteria, approval of the criteria, and the acceptance process. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Specify the plan for stakeholder and/or end user (customer) acceptance of the deliverables generated by the Project. Specify objective criteria for determining acceptability of the deliverables.
24 Reference a formal agreement of the acceptance criteria signed by stakeholders and/or end user representative (and agreed-to by the Project Manager and Project Sponsor). Specify any technical processes, methods, or tools required for deliverable acceptance, such as testing, demonstration, analysis and inspection. Describe the project acceptance criteria, agreed-to by the Project Sponsor and the stakeholders during the Initiation of the project.
25 5. Project-Supporting Process Plans This section of the Project Management Plan specifies the specific processes supporting the success of this project. This section defines configuration management of the work products; verification and validation steps and approach; project documentation; project quality assurance; project reviews and audits; problem resolution; and the selection and management of the project subcontractors. <compose a brief summary as described above> 5.1 Configuration Management <summarize the configuration management for the individual work products. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Specify or reference the configuration management plan for the Project, providing the information identified in the following lines. Specify the methods that will be used to perform the following activities: configuration identification, configuration control, status accounting, evaluation, and release management. Specify the processes of configuration management including procedures for the following activities: initial baselining of work products, logging and analysis of change requests, change control board procedures, tracking of changes in progress, and procedures for notification of concerned parties when baselines are established or changed. Identify the automated configuration management tools used to support the configuration management process. 5.2 Verification and Validation <summarize the approach to verification and validation for this project (this typically encompasses the Quality Control activities focused on testing and
26 verification of the project work product). Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Specify or reference the verification and validation plan (could be a part of the Project Quality Management Plan) for the project, providing the information identified in the following lines. Specify the scope, tools, techniques and responsibilities for the verification and validation work activities. Specify the organizational relationships and degrees of independence between development activities and verification and validation activities. Specify the use of verification techniques such as traceability, milestone reviews, progress reviews, peer reviews, prototyping, simulation and modeling. Specify the use of validation techniques such as testing, demonstration, analysis and inspection. Identify the automated tools to be used in verification and validation. 5.3 Documentation <summarize the documentation procedures for the project, including project and work product deliverables. Although the focus of this section is on documentation, much of this might be contained in the Project Communications Plan (section 3.3.5, above). Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Specify the plans for generating non-deliverable and deliverable project documentation. Specify the organizational entities responsible for providing input information, and for generating and reviewing the project documentation. Specify the following information or object identification: list of documents to be prepared, controlling template or standard for each document, who will prepare each document, who will review each document, due dates for review copies, due dates for initial baseline versions, and
27 a distribution list for review copies and baseline versions and quantities required 5.4 Work Product Quality Assurance <summarize the quality assurance plan for the project, with a focus on the quality of the work products. Much of this may also be contained in the Project Quality Management Plan (section 3.3.4, above). Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Specify or reference the quality assurance plan for the Project, containing the information identified in the following lines. Specify the plans for assuring that the Project fulfills its commitments to the IM/IT process and the IM/IT product as specified in the requirements specification, the Project Management Plan, supporting plans and any standards, procedures, or guidelines to which the process or the product must adhere. As applicable, specify the quality assurance procedures to be used, such as analysis, inspection, review, audit, and assessment. Indicate the relationship among the quality assurance, verification and validation, review, audit, configuration management, system engineering, and assessment processes. 5.5 Project Reviews and Audits <summarize the approach and plan for project reviews and any required audits of work activities and work product (audits may fall under Project Quality Management and be contained in the Project Quality Management Plan). Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Specify the schedule, resources, and processes, and procedures to be used in conducting project reviews and audits. Specify the plans for joint customer-project reviews, management progress reviews, developer peer reviews, quality assurance audits, and customer-conducted reviews and audits. List the external agencies that approve or regulate any project deliverable.
28 5.6 Problem Resolution <summarize the tracking, documentation, and resolution of project issues and problems. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Specify the resources, methods, tools, techniques and procedures to be used in reporting, analyzing, prioritizing and processing problem reports generated during the project. Indicate the roles of development, configuration management, the change control board, and verification and validation in problem resolution. Provide for separate tracking of effort expended on problem reporting, analysis and resolution, so that rework can be tracked and process improvement accomplished. 5.7 Subcontractor Management <summarize the approach for identifying a need for a subcontractor, the selection process, and the management of the subcontractor. Use the bullets as guidelines for completing this section summary.> Specify or reference the plans for selecting and managing any subcontractors that may participate in or contribute to the Project. Specify the criteria for identifying a need for a subcontractor and then selecting the appropriate subcontractor. Generate a separate management plan for each subcontract, using a tailored version of this Project Plan, and include all items necessary to ensure successful completion of each subcontract as follows: requirements management, monitoring of technical progress, schedule and budget control product acceptance criteria, risk management procedures, additional topics as needed to ensure successful completion of the subcontract, and a reference to the official subcontract and subcontractor/prime contractor points of contact.
29 6. Additional Plans Specify or reference any additional plans required to satisfy project needs, work product requirements and contractual terms, which may include: plans for assuring that safety, privacy, and security requirements are met special facilities or equipment specification product installation plans user training plans integration plans data conversion plans system transition plans product maintenance plans product support plans
30 7. Project Management Plan Attachments 7.1 Attachment A. 7.2 Attachment B. <examples of attachments would include: The Project Charter (showing all approvals) Initial Project Plans, Schedules, and Budgets (could be initial project planning information and be attached by reference )
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PROJECT MANAGEMENT PLAN CHECKLIST The project management plan is a comprehensive document that defines each area of your project. The final document will contain all the required plans you need to manage,
IT Project Management Practices Guide Introduction The IT Project Management Practices Guide (Guide) contains a repeatable, institutionwide approach for the management of application development and/or
Version 1.7 March 30, 2011 REVISION HISTORY VERSION NO. DATE DESCRIPTION AUTHOR 1.0 Initial Draft Hkelley 1.2 10/22/08 Updated with feedback Hkelley 1.3 1/7/2009 Copy edited Kevans 1.4 4/22/2010 Updated
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Project Management Certificate (IT Professionals) Whether your field is architecture or information technology, successful planning involves a carefully crafted set of steps to planned and measurable goals.
Certification Exam Objectives: PK0-003 INTRODUCTION The CompTIA Project + examination is designed for business professionals involved with projects. This exam will certify that the successful candidate
Appeals Case Management System Project Version 1.0 Health and Human Services Agency, Office of Systems Integration Template Revision History REVISION HISTORY REVISION # DATE OF RELEASE OWNER SUMMARY OF
Q1. (50 MARKS) A. List the nine PMBOK knowledge areas and give a one sentence description of the purpose of each knowledge area along with at least one output (document etc.) and its purpose. 1.Project
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Demonstrate and apply knowledge of project management in mechanical engineering 22918 version 2 Page 1 of 5 Level 6 Credits 15 Purpose This unit standard is intended primarily for use in diploma courses
INL/EXT-09-17022 Rev. 2 Independent Verification and Validation of SAPHIRE 8 Software Project Plan March 2010 The INL is a U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratory operated by Battelle Energy Alliance
SWEBOK Certification Program Software Engineering Management Copyright Statement Copyright 2011. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted
Project Management Professional (PMP) Examination Content Outline Project Management Institute Project Management Professional (PMP ) Examination Content Outline Revised August 2011 Published by: Project
Appendix E Program Management Plan Template Version 2 March 7, 2005 This page is intentionally left blank. Version 2 March 7, 2005 Title Page Document Control Panel Table of Contents List of Acronyms Definitions
Project Integration Management Processes required to ensure that the various elements of the project are properly coordinated to meet / exceed stakeholder expectations. Project Plan Development Other ning
Draft Documents RFP 3.2.4 In accordance with RFP 3.2.4, CNSI includes the required draft documents in the following order: Work Plan: Team CNSI provides a comprehensive draft Work Plan for the Iowa EHR
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PROJECT MANAGEMENT GUIDELINE SECTION 4 - PROJECT EXECUTION AND CONTROL PHASE Table of Contents Introduction... 3 Project Execution and Control Phase Overview... 3 Activities and Documents in the Execution
Application of Standard Project Management Processes in Fiber Optic Cable Plant Project Management Alfred Sankara, DigiBridge TelCo Introduction The Project Management Institute (PMI) is the world's leading
1. ROLE DEFINITIONS ATTACHMENT 3 SPS PROJECT SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER (SPM) DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES The purpose of this section is to distinguish among the roles interacting with the SPM obtained through
Develop Project Charter Develop Preliminary Project Scope Statement Develop Project Management Plan Scope Planning PROCESS GROUP: INITIATION 4.1 The project charter serves as the input document for the
Introduction This comparison takes each part of the PMBOK and gives an opinion on what match there is with elements of the PRINCE2 method. It can be used in any discussion of the respective merits of the
Software Development Templates Project Plan Version 0.0 DOCUMENT NO: VERSION: CONTACT: EMAIL: Authors Name email@example.com DATE: 15/07/2003 Unlimited distribution subject to the copyright. Project Plan
Project Management Professional (Certified by PMI) PMI certified Project Management Professional credential is the most important industryrecognized certification for project managers. This recognition
Project Standards: A Review of Certifications/Certificates Standards for Project Supporting Certification and Certificates Certificate Certification The Project Body of Knowledge PMBOK Guide Projects in
Project Audit & Review Checklist The following provides a detailed checklist to assist the PPO with reviewing the health of a project: Relevance (at this time) Theory & Practice (How relevant is this attribute
Certified Software Quality Engineer (CSQE) Body of Knowledge The topics in this Body of Knowledge include additional detail in the form of subtext explanations and the cognitive level at which the questions
Project Time Management Study Notes PMI, PMP, CAPM, PMBOK, PM Network and the PMI Registered Education Provider logo are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc. Points to Note Please
METHOD 12 3 empowering managers to succeed Project Management Guidebook ISBN 0-473-10445-8 A bout this e-book This e-book was created by Method123 (see www.method123.com) to help provide you with a simple
A Sample contractor Management Plan 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Identification This is the contractor Management Plan, document number YZ035, for the SYSTEM Z project. 1.2 Purpose The contractor Management Plan
Computing Services Network Project Prepared By: Todd Brindley, CSN Project Version # 1.0 Updated on 09/15/2008 Version 1.0 Page 1 MANAGEMENT PLANNING Project : Version Control Version Date Author Change
- ATTACHMENT - PROGRAM MANAGER DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES MARYLAND STATE POLICE W00B0400021 About this document this is a detailed description of typical Project Manager (PM) duties, responsibilities, and
The Project Management Knowledge Areas as defined by PMI (PMBOK, 2004) is the processes required to ensure that the various elements of the project are properly coordinated. the processes required to ensure
Chapter 6 Project Time Management (PMBOK Guide) Mohammad A. Rajabi Dept. of Geomatics Eng., University it of Th Tehran Tel: +98 21 8833 4341, Cell: +98 912 132 5823 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ir Homepage:
From Houston S: The Project Manager s Guide to Health Information Technology Implementation. Chicago: HIMSS; 2011; pp 27 39. This book is available on the HIMSS online bookstore at www. himss.org/store.
Project Management Professional (PMP) Boot Camp According to the Project Management Institute, the world's leading association for the project management profession: "PMP Certification is the profession's
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By Dr. TD Jainendrakumar The main objective of any project is to fulfill the scope of the project on time and within the budget. What is Project Scope? Scope refers to all the work involved in creating
DEVELOPMENT OF BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES TO EXECUTE A SUCCESSFUL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM 2015 Business Plan Chapter 3, Water Facilities Focus Area, Goal Number 4 June 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM