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Unformatted text preview: escription of the test to be performed on each requirement including the type of input to be used, the method for recording results, constraints such as equipment or personnel availability, evaluation criteria and any data manipulation required for reporting purposes DD.8 Check whether the accuracy and completeness of the Test Plan has been acknowledged by the appropriate level of user and by Data Processing management. DD.9 Check that the Test Plan document has been reviewed by the Steering Committee/Sign off Authorities? DD.10 Check about all of the items in the User Requirements document being tested? Appropriate tests may include: walk throughs, simulations and prototypes. Ensure that each module program, interrelated subsystem and the system as a whole are IT Audit Manual Volume III 82 IT Audit Manual thoroughly tested. Sufficient time is allowed and sufficient staff (both in number and qualifications) is allocated for testing purposes. Where items are not being tested, check that a suitable explanation has been provided and accepted by the Steering Committee/Sign off Authorities. DD.11 Check that the skills of the staff being employed on the project (as Team Members or Steering Committee/Sign off Authority members) continue to meet the requirements specified in the Personnel Skills Summary? DD.12 Has a Steering Committee Meeting Schedule document been prepared and released to all interested parties including EDP and user management? DD.13 Has a Detailed Design Stage Status document been prepared and released. Verify that the status document contains at least the following: actual resources used to date, compared to planned, with reasons for variance actual milestones achieved to date, compared to planned, with reasons for variance a roadmap for the Implementation stage, including the following activities: designing the structures, logic, and flow of each system component designing all data bases and files estimating system performance and resource requirements and confirming that service levels will be met des...
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2013 for the course LAW 10-100 taught by Professor Parsons during the One '10 term at Bond College.

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