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Forms Included in Package
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Project Concept / Initiation Phase
Project Charter Provides the business goals, objectives, and management direction for starting the project in the Initiation phase. It sets project expectations and processes to ensure agreement on the project approach. The Project Charter provides a high level single-page overview of a project for review by executive management.

Business Case Document Identifies whether there is a potential business value to the proposed project idea or initiative before the organization commits time, resources and expenditures. The Business Case Document starts with a detailed explanation of the business need, issue or problem and how it will be addressed and supported. Information includes quantitative and qualitative benefits, risks, requirements, procurement, lifecycle costs, schedule, quality, social, and environmental issues.
Project Planning Phase
Roles and Responsibilities Matrix Displays key project activities and details the responsibilities for each individual or role across every functional department. The matrix can optionally be created in a table or spreadsheet from within the document. Projects come in different sizes and there are different ways and requirements on how people are organized. Multiple matrices are provided to help fill that need.

Required Approvals Matrix Provides a matrix of key project activities (e.g., functions, tasks, documents or phases), and who is responsible for approving them.

Project Plan This MS Project document establishes both project execution and project control. It shows when and how a project's objectives are to be achieved by depicting and statusing the major products, milestones, activities and resources required on the project. The Project Plan uses all of the capabilities provided within Microsoft's Project software to provide that maximum degree of control over your project. The Project Plan includes all facets of SDLC staging which you can quickly modify to conform to your project.
Requirements Definition Phase
Business Requirements Document Defines the general business and different levels of requirements, including the business and end user requirements, problems or issues, project information, process information, training, and documentation requirements.

Functional Requirements Document Defines the functional requirements for the project including the different levels of business and end user requirements, and the functional areas of the business processes. The functional requirements include a project description & approach, goals, business drivers, assumptions, dependencies and constraints, risks, costs, current and future processes, functional/non-functional & infrastructure requirements and system and software/hardware interfaces.
System Design Phase
System Requirements Specifications Provides more details to the project's high level requirements, including detailed information so that the system can be built to satisfy the system requirements and quality. It includes product/functional requirements, user characteristics, operating environment, security and regulatory specifications, disaster recovery and data specifications.
Testing Phase
System Test Plan Documents all system requirements denoted in the requirements, specifications, and design documentation to plan and execute unit, system and integration tests that ensure a high level of compliance. A system test plan is a systematic approach to testing a system. This template helps document the strategy that will be used to verify and ensure that a product or system meets its design specifications and other requirements. The test plan documents the major elements of a test strategy that should be described in the test plan: Test Approach, Coverage, Environment, Methods, and Responsibilities.

User Acceptance Test Plan Provides management an overview of the system, applications, functions and features that are to be tested in the User Acceptance Test Plan (UAT) process. The plan and tests provide guidance to the management, staff and business owners that the application works as expected. The UAT defines the roles and responsibilities, test goals and objectives, test entrance and exit criteria, functionality included/excluded, deliverables, testing scope, test categories, and hardware and software test environments.

Testing Bug List Provides a status of all bugs detected during unit, system, integration and user acceptance testing, by defining the test case ID, bug name, bug description, severity, status, date tested, and type of testing method utilized.
Project Monitoring and Control Phase

Action Item Status Provides that status of all project action items, including the item number and description, the assigned, due and resolved dates, the owner, priority and a status of the item.

Issue Identification and Resolution This document is used to individually identify each issue that may impact a project, and identify who created and resolved the issue, the type of issue, potential alternatives and recommendations, provide an estimate of the resources, man hours and costs, and management actions that were taken to resolve the issue.

Project Status Report The Project Status Report provides a vehicle to convey current project status to all stakeholders and senior project management. Summarizes the project status, including project activity, information about the project, problems or delays, issues, planned activities for next period, and deliverable description and status.

Meeting Summary Provides a convenient tool for providing all participants a summary of the minutes for all project attendees. Documents the meeting date and time, participants, meeting minutes, conclusions and action items status.
 
 
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