Document your assumptions and assign every qualified

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Document your assumptions, and assign every qualified risk to a milestone, or if possible, a deliverable. 51 Implementation Goals
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Repeatable delivery and quality Dyed in the wool processes proven to work, and measurable against industry norms Plagiarism is the greatest form of flattery. Remember what worked well for you before, so why re-invent the wheel? Embed quality measurement as a safety assurance check. If it does not pass quality review, it does not pass. Closing the loop on defect identification, their correction, and pushing impact of correction through the documentation cycle. Remembering that most deliverables spawn or are spawned by many others, so updates to one means multiple risk to others. 52 Implementation Goals
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Reliable operation and quality With predictable quality, repeatable processes, the operational reliability of the solution is therefore known However, as a solution, other factors come into play such as integration, load, stress, behaviors, and a catalogue of non- functional requirements. The drive for reliable operation by providing predictable quality in its components, means the baseline for quality is elevated and focus returns to the key elements of the solution which provide the greatest risk. 53 Implementation Goals
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54 Controlling the delivery
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Gate (usually at end of a Stage/Phase) Milestone 1 (number of milestones within a Stage) Deliverable 1 (pre-defined artifacts, documents, code) PARCI (including Product Description, Acceptance Criteria etc) Draft issued for review (Main deliverables are presented) Formal review comments Issue for contractual approval (Formal point of delivery) Acknowledgement Notice through contract Mailbox Evaluation Notice (decision Positive/Negative) Acceptance Certificate (Full/Conditional/Fail) Milestone Acceptance Certificate Gate Closure Report Full/Conditional/Fail 55 Audit trail of Accountability
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What this actually means…. A predicted deliverable which has a defined criteria, linking it to other predicted deliverables, has met the prescribed acceptance criteria that was agreed for the deliverable, artifact or product. It has contributed to a Milestone, which (assuming all deliverable states are the same) has been met contractually The Gate recognizes the Milestone achievement, but also assesses the capability of the project to meet the next Milestone. This forward projection of risk, protects the business, before hitting an issue. It also encourages a mind-set to look forward on what is to come, rather than look backward at what has happened.
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Placing skills Functions Plan Analyze Design Build Int & Test Operate Identity Mgmt X X X X X X Security & Policy X X X X X National Standards X X X X Enterprise Arch X X X X Solutioning X X X X X X Tech Requirements X X X X X Architecture (Goal State) Identity & Security Services Enterprise Architecture National Standards 57
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58 Setting the Governance
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60 Project Vendor Financial Report
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Governance and information
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