Glossary

237. Acceptance Criteria:

A. Are developed during phase-end reviews to ensure authorization to close the current phase and start the subsequent one.

B. Are a set of conditions that are required to be met before deliverables are accepted.

C. Can be passive or active allowing the project team to deal with the risks as they occur.

D. Are distinct from performance measurements, which are aimed at meeting or exceeding technical specifications.

238. A code of accounts:

A. Is a numbering system used to uniquely identify each component of the work breakdown structure (WBS).

B. Includes work packages, used to track phase completion.

C. Is an organizational scheme to keep track of contracts.

D. Charts elements of the WBS against the timeline. ...

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