Project Management Procedure
Project Initiating Procedure
The Initiating Process begins with Project Concept Statement development and ends with conducting the Initiation Phase Review meeting. The procedure outlines all the activities and sequence of events which comprise the Initiating Process.
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Project Planning Procedure
The Planning process begins with project readiness and ends with the planning phase review. The procedures discuss how to identify and document scope, business requirements, tasks, schedules, costs, risk, quality, and staffing needs.
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Project Executing Procedure
This procedure describes activities to complete the work defined in the project management plans to accomplish the project’s requirements as defined in the charter, Feasibility Study Report (FSR), planning documents, and/or project scope statement.
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Project Monitoring & Controlling Procedure
This procedure establishes the processes projects use to control and monitor the initiating, planning, executing, and closing of a project. The procedure begins with those processes performed to observe project execution so potential problems can be identified in a timely manner and corrective action can be taken, when necessary, to control the execution of the project. The monitoring and controlling process is performed throughout the life of the project.
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Project Closing Procedure
This procedure includes the processes used to formally terminate all activities of a project or project phase. These processes are performed once all defined project objectives have been met and the customer has formally accepted the project’s product.
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