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Quality Assurance Plan Checklist

Quality Assurance Plan Checklist

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QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN CHECKLIST
GUIDELINES FOR THE QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN CHECKLIST:
This checklist is provided as part of the evaluation process for the Quality Assurance Plan. The checklist assists designated reviewers in determiningwhether specifications meet criteria established in HUD’s System Development Methodology (SDM). The objective of the evaluation is to determinewhether the document complies with HUD development methodology requirements.Attached to this document is the DOCUMENT REVIEW CHECKLIST. Its purpose is to assure that documents achieve the highest standards relative toformat, consistency, completeness, quality, and presentation.Submissions must include the following three documents, and must be presented in the following order: (First) Document Review Checklist, (Second) theQuality Assurance Plan Checklist, and (Third) the Quality Assurance Plan.Document authors are required to complete the two columns indicated as “AUTHOR X-REFERENCE Page #/Section #” and “AUTHOR COMMENTS” before the submission. Do NOT complete the last two columns marked as “COMPLY” and “REVIEWER COMMENTS” since these are for the designatedreviewers.Document reviewers will consult the HUD SDM and SDM templates when reviewing the documents and completing the reviewer’s portions of thischecklist.AUTHOR REFERENCE (Project Identifier):
 Designated Reviewers:Start Date:Completed Date:Area Reviewed:Comments:
1:2:3:4:Summary Reviewer:
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QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN CHECKLIST
The Quality Assurance Plan (QAP) presents a framework for activities, which when followed, will ensure delivery of quality products and services. The SDMprovides the project standards and procedures to be used as the basis for the QA group’s reviews and audits.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0General Information1.1Purpose1.2Scope1.3System Overview1.4Project References1.5Acronyms and Abbreviations1.6Points of Contact1.6.1Information1.6.2Coordination2.0Schedule of Tasks and Responsibilities3.0System Documentation3.1Documents by Phase3.1.1Initiate Phase3.1.2Define Phase3.1.3Design Phase3.1.4Build Phase3.1.5Evaluate Phase3.1.6Operate Phase3.2Discipline for Documentation Standard Practices4.0Reviews and Audits4.1Review Process4.2Formal Reviews and Audits4.2.1Lifecycle Reviews4.2.2Audits4.3Informal Reviews4.4Review Reports4.5Review and Audit Metrics5.0Testing6.0Problem Reporting and Corrective Action6.1Problem/Issue Documentation6.2Report Metrics7.0Tools8.0Project Controls8.1Product Control8.2Supplier Control9.0Training
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QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN CHECKLIST
To be completed by AuthorTo be completed by ReviewerREQUIREMENTAUTHOR X-REFERENCEPage #/Section #AUTHOR COMMENTSCOMPLYREVIEWECOMMENTSYN1.0GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1
Purpose:
Describe the purpose of the QualityAssurance Plan.1.2
Scope:
Describe the scope of the Quality AssurancePlan as it relates to the project.1.3
System Overview:
Provide a brief system overviewdescription as a point of reference for the remainder of the document, including responsible organization,system name or title, system code, system category,operational status, and system environment and specialconditions.1.4
Project References:
Provide a list of the referencesthat were used in preparation of this document.1.5
Acronyms and Abbreviations:
Provide a list of theacronyms and abbreviations used in this document andthe meaning of each.1.6
Points of Contact:
1.6.1
Information:
Provide a list of the points of organizational contact (POCs) that may beneeded by the document user for informational and troubleshooting purposes.1.6.2
Coordination:
Provide a list of organizations that require coordination between the project and its specific supportfunction (e.g., installation coordination,security, etc.). Include a schedule for coordination activities.
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