Identify the project quality plan’s purpose and how it meets specific project needs.
Describe the method you will use for managing project quality by addressing the three major quality areas in Section 2.1.
Project Deliverables and Acceptance Criteria
Briefly describe the background and context for the project. Identify the business value of the proposed deliverables. The project goals/objectives or scope statement is usually sufficient. The overview can include a high-level view of the project schedule, assumptions, dependencies, risks, and cost.
List the appropriate quality standards defined by the organization that this project will follow for its deliverables. Include a description of how the project will satisfy the quality standards.
List the quality-related tools that the project will employ, how the tools will be used, and who will be responsible for managing and reporting from these tools.
Who will be the quality manager for the project? Is this a full-time or part-time role? Outline the quality manager’s responsibilities in the role. How will the quality manager interact with the project manager and other team members in accomplishing these responsibilities?
What major quality management procedures will be performed?
Project In-Process Quality Monitoring
What quality metrics and measurements will be used? Who on the project team will be responsible for managing the quality metric checkpoints?
Write a high-level description of the key, measurable deliverables of the project that will be tested for satisfactory quality level.
Project Quality Control Procedures
List the major quality control activities and processes that this project will include.
Project Deliverables Acceptance Criteria
Define the quality acceptance criteria for the deliverables, based on quality standards for project. Outline how the criteria will be used to assess project quality.