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Project Charter
Applicable Processes/Procedures: Identify the process for creating a project charter 1. General Information:
Project Title The proper name used to identify this project; Project ID The working name or acronym that will be used for the project; Sponsoring Organi ation The organi ation sponsoring this project; Sponsor !epresentati"e The name of the person representing the Sponsoring Organi ation; Prepared by The person#s$ preparing this document; %ersion %ersion of this document&

Project Title: Sponsoring Organization: Prepared by:

Project ID: Sponsor Representative: Version:

2. Project Stakeholders:
'ist all applicable project stakeholders&

Position
Sponsor Representative Progra !anager

Title/Name/Organi ation

Phone

!"mail

Project !anager "usto er / #ser Representative$s%

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#. !$ec%ti&e S%mmar'
Pro"ide a brief o"er"iew of this project&

(. Project P%r)ose
()plain the reason#s$ for doing this project&

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&usiness Need / Problem

The *usiness +eed , Problem is an issue or opportunity pertaining to the business which needs to be resol"ed , acted upon& State in specific terms the issue or opportunity this project will address& Often- the *usiness +eed , Problem is a critical business issue or initiati"e in the Sponsoring Organi ation.s Strategic Plan&

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&usiness Objectives

Define the specific *usiness Objecti"es of the project that correlate to the strategic initiati"es or issues identified in the Sponsoring Organi ation.s Strategic Plan& ("ery *usiness Objecti"e must relate to at least one strategic initiati"e or issue and e"ery initiati"e or issue cited must relate to at least one project business objecti"e&

Strategic Plan *le ent

Project &usiness Objectives

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*. Project O&er&ie+ +(,( Project Description


Describe the project focus- approach- customer#s$- and the boundary limits of the project&

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Scope

The Project Scope addresses the who- what- where- when- and why of a project&

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Assu ptions

/ssumptions are statements taken for granted or accepted as true without proof& /ssumptions are made in the absence of fact& 'ist and describe the assumptions made in the decision to charter this project&

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"onstraints

0onstraints are boundary conditions that the project must stay within& 'ist and describe the constraints applicable to this project&

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,. Project -e.%irements / /eli&era0les


The Project !e1uirements , Deli"erables define what the project must accomplish- including the customer, user re1uirements and products , ser"ices to be pro"ided by the project&

1. Project 2anagement 2ilestones and /eli&era0les


Pro"ide a list of Project 2anagement 2ilestones and Deli"erables& This list of deli"erables is not the same as the products and ser"ices pro"ided by the project- but is specific to the management of the project& /n e)ample of a Project 2anagement 2ilestone is the Project Plan 0ompleted&

!ilestone / Deliverable

*sti ated Date

Responsible Individual

3. Costs / 4%dget
Identify the initial funding re1uired by the project and,or committed to this project by the project sponsor& /dditional funding may be re1uested , committed upon completion of the detailed project plan&

Purpose

A ount

Source

5. Personnel 6 Other -eso%rces


Identify the personnel and other resources re1uired by the project and,or committed to this project by the project sponsor& /dditional resources may be committed upon completion of the detailed project plan&

Resources Project Team Support 3acilities (1uipment Software Tools Other

Description

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17. Project -isks


!isks are statements of issues or problems that ha"e the potential to arise but ha"e not yet occurred& 'ist and describe the initial risks for this project&

11. Project Organi ation ,,(,( Project Organization ".art


Pro"ide a graphic depiction of the project.s organi ational structure& The project.s hierarchal diagram begins with the project sponsor and includes all project stakeholders&

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Roles / Responsibilities Name -oles 6 -es)onsi0ilities

Describe the !oles and !esponsibilities of all project stakeholders identified for this project&

Stakeholder Title

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12. 8))ro&al Signat%res


The Signatures of the people below document acceptance and appro"al of the formal Project 0harter& The Sponsor !epresentati"e must ha"e the authority to commit the organi ation.s resources to the project& The Project 2anager is empowered by this charter to proceed with the project as outlined in the charter&

Position/Title Sponsor Representative Progra !anager

Signature/Printed 0a e/Title

Date

Project !anager

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