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Unformatted text preview: ing of changes, problem handling, participant roles, facilities, tools and software standards and procedures • requires the maintenance of detailed programme and system documentation ( i.e., flow-charts, data flow diagrams, written programme narratives, etc.) and these requirements have been communicated to all concerned staff • requires that documentation be kept current as changes occur IT Audit Manual Volume III Yes Response No KD 23 IT Audit Manual No. Item Yes Response No KD • 115 requires the application of rigorous and robust programme/system testing • defines circumstances under which parallel or pilot testing of a new or modified system will be conducted • requires, as part of every system development, implementation or modification project that tests are independently verified, documented and retained • requires authorisation for undertaking projects • requires cost benefit analysis for developing new systems and modifying existing systems KD Reference: _______________________________ _ Whether organisation's quality assurance approach: • requires that a post-implementation review be performed to ensure that all new or modified systems are developed and put into production in compliance with and the project team adhered to the organisation's system development life cycle methodology • requires a review of the extent to which new or modified systems have achieved the objectives established for them by management • results in reports, making system development and effectiveness recommendations to management (both user and IT function) as appropriate • has recommendations that are periodically followed-up and reported to appropriate senior management officials • Senior IT management reviews and appropriately updates the system development life cycle methodology on a regular basis to ascertain its sufficiency for new development/modification and new technology • Varying levels of control exist for various types of development and maintenance projects (for example, large projects receive more control than small ones) • Achieve...
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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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