IP Version XX 1 Project and release name CMS XLC Implementation Overview 2

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CMS XLC Implementation Overview 2. Overview Instructions: Briefly describe the purpose and context for the system or situation, and summarize the history of its development. Include the high-level context diagram(s) for the system and subsystems previously provided in the System Design Document (SDD), updated as necessary to reflect any changes that have been made based on more current information or understanding. If the high-level context diagram has been updated, identify the changes that were made and why. 2.1 System/Situation Description Instructions: Provide an overview of the processes that the system or situation is intended to support. If applicable, provide a general description of the type of data maintained and the operational sources and uses of those data. This information may be obtained from the SDD. 2.2 System/Situation Organization Instructions: Provide a brief description of the system or situation architecture and the major system/ situation components essential to the implementation. Describe hardware, software, and communications, as appropriate. Include any charts, diagrams, and/or graphics as necessary. This information may be obtained from the System Architecture section of the SDD. IP Version X.X 2 <Project and release name>
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CMS XLC Implementation Overview 3. Assumptions/Constraints/Risks 3.1 Assumptions Instructions: Describe any assumptions or dependencies regarding the implementation of the system. These may concern such issues as: related software or hardware, operating systems, or end-user characteristics. 3.2 Constraints Instructions: Describe any limitations or constraints that have a significant impact on the implementation of the system. Such constraints may be imposed by any of the following (the list is not exhaustive): Hardware or software environment End-user environment Availability of resources Interoperability requirements Interface/protocol requirements Data repository and distribution requirements 3.3 Risks Instructions: Describe any risks associated with implementation of the system and proposed mitigation strategies. IP Version X.X 3 <Project and release name>
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CMS XLC Implementation Overview 4. Implementation Overview Instructions: Briefly summarize the implementation effort that is described in detail in the following subordinate sections. 4.1 Implementation Description Instructions: Describe the planned deployment, installation, and implementation approach. 4.2 Points of Contact Instructions: Provide the names of the responsible organization(s), and titles and telephone numbers of the staff who serve as points of contact for the system or situation implementation. These points of contact could include the Business Owner, Project Manager, and/or System Developer, and others with responsibilities relating to the implementation. The site implementation representative for each field installation or implementation site should also be included, if appropriate. Provide identifying and contact information for all managers and staff with whom the implementation must be coordinated.
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