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No. Input Detail of Inputs and Remarks Entry criteria
1 Approved Scope Statement, or Project Charter
  • Scope statement, that includes project justification, project scope and summary-level deliverables, in addition to product/service description
  • Charter: for details see the deliverable description.
2 Approved Business Case For details see the deliverable description. Yes
3 Organization's approaches and constraints Project Planning needs to taken into account and be tailored to existing organization's approaches and constraints such as:
  • Government-wide and Department specific policies and standards
  • Pre-defined organizational processes, roles and responsibilities, tools and techniques, etc.
  • Stakeholders knowledge, skills, availability, etc.


4 Project Characteristics Extent and detail of project planning activities and effort is dependent on project characteristics such as:
  • Business Impact
  • Technical Impact
  • Budget
  • Type of product/service (new system, replacement, enhancement, pilot)
  • Technology (state of the art, leading edge, proven)