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should describe both hardware and software, as appropriate. Charts, diagrams, and graphics may be included as necessary to provide a clear picture of the system.] 1.3 Glossary [This subsection of the Project Implementation Plan lists all terms and abbreviations used in this plan. If it is several pages in length, it may be placed in an appendix.] 2 Management Overview [This section of the Project Implementation Plan provides a description of how the implementation will be managed and identifies the major tasks involved.] 2.1 Description of Implementation [This subsection of the Project Implementation Plan provides a description of the planned deployment, installation, and implementation approach. Include whether the system will be implemented using a phased approach or an “instant-on” approach. ] Implementation Plan Template (v1.0) Page 7 of 20 [Insert appropriate disclaimer(s)]
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<Project Name> 2.2 Points-of-Contact [This subsection of the Project Implementation Plan identifies the System Proponent, the name of the responsible organization(s), titles, and telephone numbers of the staff who serve as points of contact for the system implementation. These points-of-contact should include the Business Sponsor, Program Manager, Project Manager, Quality Assurance Manager, Configuration Management Manager, Security Officer, Database Administrator, or other managers and representatives with responsibilities relating to the system implementation. The site implementation representative for each field installation or implementation site should also be included, if appropriate.] Add additional lines as needed to the table. If the applicable team members are listed in the Project Management Plan, reference the appropriate section within that document.] Role Name Contact Number Business Sponsor Project/Program Manager Government Project Officer System Developer or System Maintainer Quality Assurance Manager Configuration Management Manager Security Officer Database Administrator Site Implementation Representative IV&V Representative Table 2.2 – Points-of-Contact 2.3 Major Tasks [This subsection of the Project Implementation Plan provides descriptions of the major system implementation tasks. Add as many subsections as necessary to this subsection to describe all the major tasks. The tasks described in this subsection are not site-specific, but generic or overall project tasks that are required to install hardware, software, and databases, prepare data, and validate the system If several implementation approaches are being reviewed, then identify the advantages, disadvantages, risks, issues, estimated time frames, and estimated resource requirements for each option considered. These options could include: Incremental implementation or phased approach Implementation Plan Template (v1.0) Page 8 of 20 [Insert appropriate disclaimer(s)]
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<Project Name> Parallel execution One-time conversion and switchover Any combinations of the above.
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