Customers requirements cost and resources existing

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Customer’s requirements Cost and resources Existing contracts (with partners, subcontractors) 6
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Stages of contract review Stage Two – Review of contract draft prior to signing. Proposal Contract negotiations 7
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Contract review process Stage One Project proposal (draft) Review subjects (check list) Changes, additions, corrections (proposal team) Stage Two Contract (draft) Project proposal Changes, additions, corrections (legal department) Contract Review subjects (check list) 8
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Contract review objectives Stage One - Proposal draft review objectives 1. Customer requirements have been clarified and documented. 2. Alternative approaches for carrying out the project have been examined. 3. Formal aspects of the relationship between the customer and the software firm have been specified. 9
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Contract review objectives Stage One - Proposal draft review objectives 3. Formal aspects of the relationship between the customer and the software firm have been specified. Customer communication and interface channels Project deliverables and acceptance criteria Formal phase approval process Customer design and test follow-up method Customer change request procedure. 10
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Contract review objectives Stage One - Proposal draft review objectives 4.
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