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<DOT PARKING Solutions> Project Management Plan <PMGT-510-56-N-2018 and Principles of Projeb ct Management> Prepared By <Sandeep Biradar> <01/29/2018> 8eba3236d43561f3aef4e36d4200e5610f1b2266.docx 1
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Table of Contents 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ............................................................................. 4 2. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................... 4 2.1 D ESCRIPTION OF P ROJECT .............................................................................. 4 2.2 P ROJECT P URPOSE OR J USTIFICATION ............................................................. 4 2.3 O BJECTIVES .................................................................................................... 4 2.3.1 Primary Business Objectives ................................................................... 4 2.3.2 Project Objectives (Primary Project Deliverables) ................................. 5 2.3.3 Benefits ..................................................................................................... 5 2.4 P ROJECT S UCCESS C RITERIA (C HAPTER 1) .................................................... 5 2.5 H IGH L EVEL R EQUIREMENTS (C HAPTER 5) .................................................... 5 3. CHANGE MANAGEMENT (CHAPTER 4) ................................................ 6 3.1 P ROJECT C HANGE C ONTROL N ARRATIVE : ..................................................... 6 3.2 P ROJECT C HANGE C ONTROL F LOWCHART : .................................................... 6 3.3 P ROJECT C HANGE R EQUEST F ORM T EMPLATE : .............................................. 6 3.4 P ROJECT C HANGE L OG T EMPLATE : ................................................................ 6 4. SCOPE DESCRIPTION (CHAPTER 5) ...................................................... 6 5. HIGH LEVEL WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURE, MILSTONE SCHEDULE AND PROJECT BOUNDARIES ..................................................... 6 5.1 W ORK B REAKDOWN S TRUCTURE ................................................................... 6 5.2 S UMMARY M ILESTONE S CHEDULE (C HAPTER 6) ........................................... 6 5.3 P ROJECT E XCLUSIONS .................................................................................... 7 5.4 A SSUMPTIONS (C HAPTER 5) ........................................................................... 7 5.5 C ONSTRAINTS (C HAPTER 5) ........................................................................... 7 5.5.1 Solution Constraints ................................................................................. 7 5.5.2 Process Constraints .................................................................................. 7 5.6 P RODUCT D ELIVERABLES & A CCEPTANCE C RITERIA (C HAPTER 5) ............... 7 6. PROJECT SCHEDULE (CHAPTER 6) ....................................................... 8 7. SUMMARY HIGH LEVEL BUDGET (CHAPTER 7) ............................... 8 8. QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN (CHAPTER 8) ................................... 9 8.1 Q UALITY A SSURANCE : ................................................................................... 9 8.2 Q UALITY C ONTROL : ....................................................................................... 9 9. PROJECT ORGANIZATION & RESOURCES (CHAPTER 9) ............. 10 9.1 I NTERNAL T EAM S TRUCTURE ....................................................................... 10 8eba3236d43561f3aef4e36d4200e5610f1b2266.docx 2
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9.1.1 Narrative: Describe the internal team structure of the project, as well as how the project relates to the rest of the organization. Explain the logic/rationale behind why you think your proposed team structure is best for your project ........................................................................................................ 10 9.1.2 Team Organization Chart: Include a chart that shows the details of how your very specific project team is organized/structured .................................... 10 9.2 P ROJECT O RGANIZATION : M AJOR P ROJECT R OLES & R ESPONSIBILITIES :...10 9.3 P ROJECT T EAM M EMBERS : E XTERNAL I NTERFACES : ................................... 11 9.4 RACI C HART ................................................................................................ 11 9.5 E QUIPMENT AND T RAINING N EEDS (C HAPTER 9) ........................................ 11 9.5.1 Equipment: Identify equipment, supplies, etc. that will need to be purchased to support your project team members – items your team members will need to complete their project assignments ................................................ 11 9.5.2 Training: Identify what kind of training your team members must receive to perform well as team members and/or complete their project assignments ........................................................................................................ 11 10. COMMUNICATIONS PLAN (CHAPTER 10) .......................................... 12 10.1 S TAKEHOLDER COMMUNICATIONS REQUIREMENTS ................................... 12 10.2 E SCALATION PROCEDURES ( FOR RESOLVING COMMUNICATION ISSUES ) .... 12 10.3 R EVISION PROCEDURES ( FOR UPDATING THE COMMUNICATION PLAN ) ...... 12 10.4 S TATUS R EPORT F ORMAT ........................................................................... 12 11. PROJECT RISK MANAGEMENT (CHAPTER 11) ................................ 13 11.1 D ETAILED R ISK R EGISTER ............................................................................. 13 12. PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT PLAN (CHAPTER 12) .................. 14 12.1 M AKE /B UY /L EASE ANALYSIS AND P ROCUREMENT N EEDS ....................... 14 12.2 P ROCUREMENT S OURCE S ELECTION P ROCESS .......................................... 14 12.2.1 Evaluation Criteria and Long List ......................................................... 14 12.2.2 Short List ................................................................................................ 14 12.2.3 Source Selection ..................................................................................... 14 12.3 V ENDOR P ERFORMANCE M ANAGEMENT AND C LOSEOUT ......................... 14 13. STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS (CHAPTER 13) ......................................... 15 13.1 S TAKEHOLDER R EGISTER WITH R OLES AND R ESPONSIBILITIES ................ 15 13.2 S TAKEHOLDER A NALYSIS ........................................................................... 15 14. MONITORING & CONTROL PROCEDURES (CHAPTERS 5-7) ....... 16 15. CLOSEOUT CRITERIA ............................................................................. 16 8eba3236d43561f3aef4e36d4200e5610f1b2266.docx
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