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Security Solution Innovations Project Management Plan for GCS Smart Card Project Prepared by: Usman Aziz, Donia Ghorab , Saad Ali, Christopher Tellez , Youness Naim Global Comp. Solutions December 10, 2009
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1. Overview 1. Project Purpose, Objectives, Background and Description The purpose of The GCS Smart ID Card Project is to provide a method of secure entry into government facilities. The scope of work entails procurement of components required to create, install and implement a system of secure access across multiple grades of security. High level objectives range from ordering cost effective components, assembling the components to create a system, installing the system in target facilities, and finally migrating users to the new system. Security Solution Innovations (SSI) submitted the winning proposal to Global Computer Services (GCS), the government contractor who is sub-contracting a portion of the large contract they are in. The GCS Smart ID Card Project is one of the objectives GCS needs to complete in the main contract, which makes them the stakeholders in the sub- contract. There are a few risks to start this project including the following: Poor time and cost estimates made by GCS in the main contract, leading to missed deadline and budget over-runs. Political battles with managers and stockholders of GCS Lack of user input or incomplete requirements/specifications Much of SSI’s strong history of sub-contracting, intellectual and monetary capital, and good reputation is due to a competitive organizational structure which strives in a matrix system. Project Deliverables/Milestones Deliverable Recipients Delivery Date Comments Confirm Resources SSI Finalize Team Kick-Off Meeting SSI/GCS Project Charter GCS stakeholders 1/1/2010 Statement of Scope 1/1/2010 WBS 1/3/2010 Master schedule with project milestones 1/15/2010 Risk/Opportunity Register 2/5/2010 Programmed Smart ID cards 3/15/2010 Installed card readers 3/21/2010 Quality Plan 3/30/2010 2. Assumptions, Dependencies, and Constraints 2.1. Assumptions Materials and supplies are delivered on time
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There will be no restraints on accessibility to target locations Changes in requirements may extend completion date 2.2. Dependencies Target locations are primed to accept card reader installation Components arrive in timely manner 2.3. Constraints 2.3.1. Scope Non-verification of scope Sponsor expectations differ over time. 2.3.2. Time Poor tracking Differences in estimation 2.3.3. Cost Fluctuation in planned course of action resulting in budget overages 3. References (Schwalbe 2010) (PMBOK Guide 4e 2008) (Berkun 2005) 4. Definitions and Acronyms GSCP: GCS Smart Card Project SSI : Security Solution Innovations GCS: Global Computer Services ID: Identification VP: Vice President 5. Changes of Plan Updates to the project plan will develop through mutual understanding and communication between SSI and GCS using formal and informal methods. New
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