Statement of Work
September 20, 1998
Oct. 13, 1999 Oct. 26, 1999
John Doe John Doe
Initial creation Rework in response to reviewfeedback • • removed unneeded sections clarified project deliverables corrected grammar applied document template
Nov. 19, 1999
Rework in response to review feedback • •
Nov. 25, 1999
Included comments from client
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Name Date SignatureQuality Assurance Manager:
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction 1.1 Purpose 1.2 Scope 1.3 References Project Overview 2.1 Background 2.2 Zircon AQP System (ZAPS) Project Organization 3.1 Resources 3.1.1 Personnel 3.1.2 Time 3.2 Deliverables Responsibilities 4.1 Joint Responsibilities 4.2 Developers 4.3 Client
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LIST OF ACRONYMS
AQP ERD FAA FOIMS FOQA GUI JTA PADB PPDB QA SCM SDS SOW SPMP SRS ZAPS Advanced qualification program Entity-relation diagram Federal Aviation Administration Flight operations information management system Flight operations quality assurance Graphical user interface Job task analysis Performance audit database Performance proficiency database Quality assurance Softwareconfiguration management Software design specification Statement of work Software project management plan Software requirements specification Zircon AQP System
This document establishes a written agreement between Tavlon Systems, hereafter referred to as the client, and the Uranium Group, hereafter referred to as the developers. By accepting this document, the parties agreeto provide products and services subject to the conditions and limitations described in the sections below. While the statement of work is not a legal contract, both parties are expected to observe the terms of this document in good faith.
The provisions stated in this agreement shall be in effect for the duration of the Zircon project. The project shall begin when this document isaccepted and end at completion of the systems acceptance test, or December 31, 1999, whichever comes first. At the end of the project, all executables, source code, documentation, and other work products developed by the Zircon team shall be considered the intellectual property of Tavlon Systems. The Zircon Team will be freed from any software development or maintenance responsibilities. The UraniumGroup reserves the right, however, to use any of the above-mentioned materials for in-house educational purposes.
   Zircon; Software Project Management Plan (SPMP): ZIRCON-SPMP, 1998. Zircon; Software Requirements Specification (SRS): ZIRCON-SRS, 1998. Zircon; Process Handbook: ZIRCON-PROCESSHBK-1.0, 1996.
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