Definition Edit

Deliverable management is

[a]dministrative tracking of all contractual deliverables generated by a contractor or consultant. A subset of document management that includes logging receipt of a deliverable, reviewing the deliverable against its administrative requirements, approving and disapproving the deliverable submittal, and handling deficiencies with the deliverable. Deliverable management does not include a qualitative evaluation of the deliverable quality. . . . Deliverable management is similar to document management, and is a subset of configuration management, but is usually associated with the Contract Management Plan.[1]

References Edit

  1. California Office of Systems Integration, Definitions (full-text).

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