Unformatted text preview: eved to date, compared to planned, with reasons for
plan for the next stage including reference to the following:
analyzing and specifying the user's detailed requirements
establishing change control processes
updating the cost/benefit analysis
obtaining management approval
updated budget and reasons for any changes
updated schedule and reasons for any changes
recommendation to continue or discontinue the project
FS.22 Check whether the Feasibility Study identifies the need for a System Processing
Controls Specifications or similar document?
FS.23 Determine that a statement of the level of security, privacy and accessibility needed
for system's data conforms to the government Acts, and that the statement is included
with the documentation to be reviewed by the Steering Committee/Sign off
Authorities. III SYSTEM DESIGN STAGE (SD)
Work during this phase will translate the proposed conceptual solution,
determined during the feasibility study, into a workable solution ready for
detailed design and implementation.
This will require:
• The preparation of a system outline, including flowcharts, system
performance criteria and the identification, definition and preliminary
formatting of all inputs, outputs and files used or produced by the system.
(This will require extensive liaison with users.)
An overview of the internal control framework and operating procedures
to ensure that they meet the objectives of the system being developed (The
proposed system should satisfy all user requirements.)
The selection of facilities and job specifications for suppliers.
An outline of all functional specifications to ensure that the general design
meets all system objectives that have been determined.
The revised costs, time estimates, and other criteria relating to future
phases for management approval. Audit objective: To ensure that the general design of the system expands on
the findings of the feasibility study, produces a functional description of
manual and EDP processes, and devises an overall syste...
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