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General Edit

A requirements analysis

[is a] part of the acquisition cycle in which the requirements for a system are developed.[1]

U.S. government Edit

A requirements analysis

establishes the agency's need for software, as well as other types of FIP resources. It includes the early stages of determining automation needs that are based on the agency's mission and its "business" functions, planning for projects which will provide FIP resources to meet these needs, and budgeting funds for the projects. The requirements analysis also identifies detailed functional, technical, and other requirements for the software which will be acquired.[2]

References Edit

  1. NIST Special Publication 800-4, App. D, Glossary.
  2. A Guide for Acquiring Commercial Software §2.1c.

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