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How to: Accept Project

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The diagram below shows the steps to perform to get a project accepted.

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Hold a final status meeting with the project sponsor, customer and key stakeholders.

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Compare the product delivered to the established baseline scope and requirements and confirm that the product has been successfully developed.

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3.

Confirm that the product has been successfully transitioned to the ongoing support organization.

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Transfer any outstanding issues or actions items to the customer.

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Document and transfer any items that are deferred to a later phase of the project.

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Obtain a final acceptance signature from the project sponsor.

The signature indicates acceptance of the project and approval to proceed to the Close Stage.

Note: If the project sponsor does not accept the project, he or she should indicate the specific reasons for rejection. The project manager should resolve the issues and seek the project sponsor’s acceptance again.

 

 

 

 

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Updated February 1, 2006 - v1.0