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Verify scope is the process of receiving formal acceptance of the completed project deliverables Verifying scope includes Reviewing

deliverables with the customer or sponsor to ensure that they are completed satisfactorily and obtaining formal acceptance of the deliverables by the customer or sponsor. Here the project charter identifies who can sign off the project is complete. The project scope statement identifies criteria for completion. Scope verification differs from perform quality control process

Scope verification is primarily concerned with acceptance of deliverables, while quality control is primarily concerned with the correctness of the deliverables and meeting the quality requirements specified for the deliverables.

Quality control is generally performed before scope verification, but these two processes can be performed in parallel.

Figure 5-11: Verify Scope: Inputs, Tools & Techniques, and Outputs

Figure 2-1 shows the flow of completed deliverables through various processes.

You can see how the deliverables created from the Direct and Manage Project Execution process are validated in the Perform Quality Control process. Those validated deliverables are ready for inspection in the Verify Scope process. After the deliverables are accepted, they are ready for close-out.

5.4.1 Verify Scope: Inputs 1 Project Management Plan The project management plan described in Section 4.2.3.1 contains the scope baseline. Components of the scope baseline include:

Project scope statement. The project scope statement includes the product scope description, includes the project deliverables, and defines the product user acceptance criteria.

WBS. The WBS defines each deliverable and the decomposition of the deliverables into work packages.

WBS dictionary. The WBS dictionary has a detailed description of work and technical documentation for each WBS element.

2 Requirements Documentation The requirements documentation lists all the project, product, technical, and other types of requirements that must be present for the project and product, along with their acceptance criteria. Requirements documentation is described in Section 5.1.3.1. 3 Requirements Traceability Matrix The requirements traceability matrix links requirements to their origin and tracks them throughout the project life cycle, which is described in Section 5.1.3.3. 4 Validated Deliverables Validated deliverables have been completed and checked for correctness by the Perform Quality Control process.

5.4.2 Verify Scope: Tools and Techniques 1 Inspection Inspection includes activities such as measuring, examining, and verifying to determine whether work and deliverables meet requirements and product acceptance criteria. Inspections are sometimes called reviews, product reviews, audits, and walkthroughs. In some application areas, these different terms have narrow and specific meanings.

5.4.3 Verify Scope: Outputs 1 Accepted Deliverables Deliverables that meet the acceptance criteria are formally signed off and approved by the customer or sponsor. Formal documentation received from the customer or sponsor acknowledging formal stakeholder acceptance of the projects deliverables is forwarded to the Close Project or Phase process (4.6).

2 Change Requests Those completed deliverables that have not been formally accepted are documented, along with the reasons for non-acceptance. Those deliverables may require a change request for defect repair. The change requests are processed for review and disposition through the Perform Integrated Change Control process (see Section 4.5).

3 Project Document Updates Project documents that may be updated as a result of the Verify Scope process include any documents that define the product or report status on product completion.