Project Management Plan
A project management plan is an intention to put a project on a schedule and to take steps necessary to keep it there.
The following table describes some methods and techniques used to ensure a project meets its requirements on schedule and under budget.
||A Project Review Board will be established including vendor and buyer personnel or their contractors to evaluate problems as needed. Minimally, a monthly face-to-face project review will be convened to review the status against the project plan. See Project Review Board Charter.
|Weekly Conference Call
||The Review Board and invited guests will participate in a weekly conference call to review the issues list managed by the problem queue.
||An online facility for tracking reported problems keeps all stakeholders advised as to changing conditions during deployment and maintenance operations.
||An online facility for monitoring the project progress will keep all stakeholders appraised of situations as they arise.
||System Problem Escalation and Resolution describes a method for escalating problems that get stalled.
|Dedicated Project Managers
||Vendor and byuyer have dedicated project managers to track project progress and keep issues from "falling off the table"
|Statement of Work
||Identifies all work to be accomplished under the contract.
|Standard Operating Environment
||A Standard Operating Environment (SOE) Identifies all hardware and software to be installed as part of the project.
||A Support Plan describes the types of help stakeholders can expect.
||A comprehensive training program is being designed to ensure that all stakeholders understand their interface to the various systems.
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