Case Study - IRS Requirements Creep

Case Study - IRS Requirements Creep - Ashley Whittaker Case...

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Ashley Whittaker Case Study: IRS Requirements Creep Due: 2/7/08 1. The Oversight Board placed leadership and ownership of the Modernization Program with the business units because these are the units that will actually be dealing with these aspects of the revised programs more than anyone else. It only makes sense to place the people who work with the program the closest to help lead in revising it, because these are the people that know what the best decisions are for the modernization of the program. This responsibility wasn’t given to the ITS organization because they only deal with fixing the actual program when need-be. The ITS organization doesn’t actually deal with the program on a daily basis. 2. As with the answer I have given above, the Oversight Board seems to have placed the responsibility for controlling scope changes with the business units because they have the most experience working with the program. The BSM team was only created specifically to update the existing program, which the business units work with more. Also, as stated
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