1. Deliverables. A deliverable is any unique and verifiable product, result, or capability to perform a service that is identified in the project management planning documentation, and must be produced and provided to complete the project.
2. Requested changes. Changes requested to expand or reduce project scope, to modify policies or procedures, to modify project cost or budget, or to revise the project schedule are often identified while project work is being performed. Requests for a change can be direct or indirect, externally or internally initiated, and can be optional or legally/contractually mandated.
3. Implemented change requests. The approved change requests that have been implemented by the project management team during project execution.
4. Implemented corrective actions. The approved corrective actions that have been implemented by the project management team to bring expected future project performance in conformance with the project management plan.
5. Implemented preventive action. The approved preventive actions that have been implemented by the project management team to reduce the consequences of project risks.
6. Implemented defect repair. During project execution, the project management team has implemented and approved product defect corrections.
7. Work performance information. Information on the status of project activities being performed to accomplish the project work is routinely collected as part of the project management plan execution. This information includes, but is not limited to
■ Schedule progress showing status information
■ Deliverables that have been completed and those not completed
■ Schedule activities that have started and those that have been finished
■ Extent to which quality standards are being met
■ Costs authorized and incurred
■ Estimates to complete the schedule activities that have been started
■ Percentage of completion of the inprogress schedule activities
■ Documented lessons learned posted to the lessons learned knowledge base
■ Resource utilization detail
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