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Word document with 10 total pages, including many empty sections; 600–900 words Governmental and nongovernmental acquisition projects each have their own set of challenges including extra regulatory activities. The basic project management scheduling and cost principles still apply. Cost and earned value analysis play an important role, just as they would in any project, to keep an acquisition project on track. In this course, you are asked to develop a Project Scheduling and Cost Management Plan that allows you to select and integrate scheduling, performance, and cost-related tools to enhance the overall scheduling and cost control of an acquisition project. You will select a project that you may have developed in a previous class or a known project in an organization that is an acquisition-type project to create this plan for. Throughout this course, you will be working on developing several components of the final Key Assignment. Additional information and the deliverables for each Individual Project will be provided in the assignment description for this project. In this first Individual Project, you are asked to develop the outline of the sections that will be included in the Acquisition Project Scheduling and Cost Management Plan document and a draft of a proposal to submit to your instructor. The other information you will include is a high-level description of the project that you will be developing for a small-acquisition project. You will also be setting up the final Key Assignment outline that you will add to each week. The combined Individual Project (IP) assignments will be your final Key Assignment deliverable. Project Selection The first step will be to select a project that you want to develop a quality management integration plan for. This project will be used as the basis for each of the assignments throughout the course and should conform to the following guidelines: Nontrivial: The selected project candidate should reflect a real-life project. Domain knowledge: You will be applying knowledge of this acquisition project to address assignments related to scheduling and cost. Select a project that fits these requirements, and submit your proposal to your instructor before proceeding further with the assignments in the course. Approval should be sought within the first few days of the course. Your instructor will tell you how to submit this proposal and what notification will be given for project approval. Assignment Your first task in this process will be to select a project to use as the basis of your Key Assignment. You will also create the shell document for the final project Key Assignment document deliverable that you will be working on throughout the course. As you proceed through each project phase, you will add content to each section of the final document to progressively complete the final project delivery, which is the Acquisition Project Scheduling and Cost Management Plan. The project deliverables are the following: Submit project proposal to instructor for approval Acquisition Project Scheduling and Cost Management Plan document shell Use MS Word Title page Course number and name Project name Student name Date Table of contents Use auto-generated TOC Separate page Maximum of 3 levels deep Update fields of TOC so it is up-to-date before submitting project Section headings (create each heading on a new page with TBD as the content, except for sections listed under “New content” below) Project Outline Cost, Schedule, and Technical Performance Management Management of Small Projects Acquisition Project Guidelines Costing Methods and Tools Earned Value Management System Overall Cost and Schedule Performance New content to be inserted in document shell Project Outline Give a brief description of the project. Discuss the overall project deliverable. The material can be taken from approved proposal submitted to instructor, and this will serve as the draft for the proposal. Be sure this projec


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