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Unformatted text preview: INING RATHER THAN LUCK. STATEMENT-OF-WORK RISKS
IF A STATEMENT OF WORK IS
MISINTERPRETED, IS IT
NORMALLY IN FAVOR OF
THE CLIENT OR
CONTRACTOR ? Statement of Work Elements
General scope of the work
Objectives and related background
Contractor end-item performance
Reference to related studies,
documentation, and specifications
Data items (documentation)
Support equipment for contract end-item Statement of Work Elements
Customer-furnished property, facilities,
equipment, and services
Schedule of performance
Exhibits, attachments, and appendices The Cost Of Paperwork Problem Areas
Project objectives/goals are not agreeable
to all parties.
Project objectives are too rigid to
accommodate changing priorities
Insufficient time exists to define
Objectives are not adequately quantified.
Objectives are not documented well
Efforts of client and project personnel are
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This document was uploaded on 03/27/2014.
- Spring '14