P a g ePhilippine Navy | NAVAL RESERVE COMMAND Website Development Proposal
Diomedes M Bacala Jr
service and shape up the NAVY ranks to its apogee of glory and ideal status of preparednessboth in civic and wartime emergencies.
Upon the written approval of the proposal, the design team will create an initial conceptdesigns. The concept will include a sample webpage (or multiple pages, depending on thenature of the site) with general information, navigational and layout ideas. Concept designswill serve as potential directions for the design team to further develop the site. The fileswill be presented in sample website, and will be delivered not later than 20 business daysfollowing approval of the proposal.All subsequent revisions during the design phase will be delivered within 10 business daysfollowing receipt of the approval to proceed.
Based on the (
continual modification of the proposed design until its final desired look is achieved
)approved concept and direction from the NAVRESCOM website committee, the system analyst andprogrammers will begin production of the NAVAL RESERVE COMMAND site. During thisphase, all coding will be implemented. It should be noted that revisions will not be possible throughproject portal at this stage, however, the amount of changes need to be acceptable. In special cases,when more complex coding is involved, longer production period than proposed will be required.In these instances, the NAVRESCOM web committee will be notified of the estimated productiontime due to the modifications, revisions and alterations of website contents that may affect thePersonnel Information System (PIS), Reservist Information System (RIS) and Document TrackingSystem’s (DTS) performance. In order to launch the website as soon as possible, it is stronglyrecommended to settle any unpaid payment during this period to avoid any hiccups of itsimplementation.III.
As the final developmental code is coded within the system of the NAVRESCOM website---so isthe testing of the project shall commence and within that time of the final code it shall undergoimmediately to its public testing. The testing phase will cover Search Engine Readiness Check,Browser Compatibility Testing, Grammar and Spelling Check, Deadlink Check, Forms and
Program Debugging (
as final proofing
Search Engine Readiness Check Meta Tags, Page Titles, Page Heading, Alt Image Tags, Link Text, and PageBody Text evaluation and adjustment where needed throughout the website.