4.3 Programmatic Recovery Cause

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Descriptions

Each assertion listed in the Programmatic Recovery Checklist, shown in Table

4-1, is supported by a Cause Description. In the case of the Programmatic Recovery

Checklist, the support is to broaden and deepen the understanding of

the assertion and to provide a recovery from the issue raised by your answer to

the assertion. Following are explanations of the assertions found in the Programmatic

Recovery Checklist.

1 STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW)

1a (NO) The SOW was not properly defined.

When an SOW is not properly defined, it can, and probably will, affect the

budget, the schedule, and the quality of the product. But you need to be careful

in claiming that the SOW is not properly written—it could be that you interpreted

it incorrectly.