In this subject we are going to imagine that we are all working for an IT group, who we will call the IT Capstone Projects Group (ITCPG) Pty Ltd. The business has a number of IT professionals who often work as contractors and are called upon to work on projects. The skills of these professionals vary; some are software developers, networking and security specialists while others are specialists in business analytics. You are assumed to be on the books of this business and as such seek work through them.ITCPG receives or sources IT related projects which are undertaken by a group of specialist IT professionals. The project team will be determined by the requirements of the project. ITCPG will put out an expression of interest for each project. Groups members are identified and the first part of the process is for you show that you understand the requirements and have the skills to complete the particular project. Normally this would be very formal and quite detailed.We are going to simulate this process and ask each group to show us they have the knowledge and skills to complete the project. Once approved, you will then develop a project proposal providing greater detail of the project. It is important to note that a lot of what you write in the expression of interest will be included in the proposal.