Initial project plan, Project Management

o Does the project plan clearly identify a set of functional increments leading to project completion?

o Is the sequence of objectives consistent with both the risk priority and functional dependencies of the objectives?

o Are there measurable evaluation criteria specified for each iteration? (IE are there a specific artefact states specified as outcomes for each iteration?)

o Are completion times for iteration objectives reasonable?

o Is the overall time budget for the project reasonable?

o Have development practices for the project been identified (personel roles, coding standards, development environment, documentation tools, test tools, version control tools) ?

o Has project delivery to client been considered?

o Is the project plan consistent with the risk priorities identified in the project Risk List?

o Does the project plan take into account any concerns and deviations noted in the current project status assessment?

o Does the project plan demonstrate that any lessons learned in the current project status assessment have been applied?

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