IT Project Management , Project Management

Hello again... I am sorry that I keep sending paper back, but once again it does not include what is needed. I made comments on paper on how it needs to be broken down and what information it needs. I put these comments in RED. Also, I am not quiet sure what Part B is for and how it fits in the paper. Overall it appears the TUTOR is not reading what is required... Can we please get this completely correctly... Thanks...

Regards, James Parker
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