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Gap analysis
A technique to assess how far current [legacy] capabilities are from meeting the identified needs, to be used to prioritize development activities. This is based both on how far the current capabilities are from meeting the needs [because of insufficient functionality, capabilities, performance or capacity] and whether the need is met in some places and not others.
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