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1. What is a project plan? List what a project plan can accomplish? A Project Plan is an outline of the phases, activities and tasks that it take to finish the project. It includes resources, goals and milestones, and timeframes in which pieces of the project are to be completed (Chapter 10, Page 507). 2. What is the value of a statement of visions and objectives? Why is it needed before a project planned is developed? Statements of vision and objectives should align with the community’s interest and the plan’s execution. The vision should be concise and state the mission of the plan’s information security. This development and incorporation of vision and objects ensures that security values are in the project plan (Chapter 10, Page 507). 3. What categories of constraints to project plan implementation are noted in the chapter? Explain each of them. Financial constraints should be considered to ensure that participants have proper funds (Chapter 10, Page 512). Priority constraints should be considered to ensure that the most important aspects of the project are completed first. Time and scheduling is when the proper allotted time is available to complete segments as well as the whole project. The staff of the project must be appropriate and knowledgeable of how to complete the project as well as having enough available people (Chapter 10, Page 513). Procurement considerations are when the proper equipment and services are developed and provided for the project. Organizational feasibility considerations is when the organization is flexible to change and new technologies in order to properly implement the plan. Training and indoctrination considerations is making sure that proper conduct of training and pilot implementation are placed where necessary to help reduce error. Scope considerations is checking to make sure how significant the implementation is as well (Chapter 10, Page 514-515). 4. List and describe the three major steps in executing the project plan. Effort and money allocated is making sure that the plan is cost effective deliverable quality. Elapsed time or scheduling impact is making sure that the project has proper allotted time making sure it does not take too long. Quality or quantity of the deliverable is making sure the project is both adequate and resourceful (Chapter 10, Page 517).
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