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Adaptable Process Model
Checklists:
Assessing the Project Plan



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Assessing the Project Plan

    The intent of this checklist is to assess the completeness of the Software Project Plan (SEPA 5/e, Part Two). The more questions that elicit a negative response, the higher the risk that the Plan is incomplete.

    • Is the statement of scope accurate and consistent with the needs of the customer?
    • Is the statement of scope bounded?
    • Are the software functions noted consistent with the scope?
    • Is software performance and behavior addressed within the statement of scope?
    • Are constraints that will affect the product or the project noted and described?
    • Are estimates developed reasonably (see Checklist: Cost Estimates and Schedule)
    • Have all required resources including hardware, software, tools, people, and others been fully described?
    • Have all project risks been fully described: (see Checklist: Airlie Project Quicklook and Checklist: Risk Analysis)
    • Has a risk table been developed? (see Checklist: Risk Analysis)
    • Has a Risk Mitigation, Monitoring, and Management Plan been developed? (see Checklist: Risk Analysis)
    • Is the project schedule developed reasonably (see Checklist: Cost Estimates and Schedule)
    • Is the project team staffed and organized appropriately (see Checklist: Building an Effective Software Engineering Team)
    • Has an SQA Plan been developed for this project? (see Checklist: Assessing the SQA Process)
    • Has an SCM Plan been developed for this project? (see Checklist: Assessing the SCM Process)


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