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Systems Engineering Management Plan Checklist

The Microsoft Word version of this checklist is an editable form that can be used to support deliverable reviews.

Deliverable Checklist
Are all the bases covered? Yes No Not Applicable Comments
Are all the technical challenges of the project addressed by the systems engineering processes described in the SEMP?        
Does the SEMP describe the processes needed for requirements analysis?        
Does the SEMP describe the design processes and the design analysis steps required for an optimum design?        
Does the SEMP clearly identify any necessary supporting technical plans, such as a Verification Plan or an Integration Plan? Does it define when and how they will be written?        
Does the SEMP spell out stakeholder involvement when it is necessary?        
Does the SEMP identify all the required technical staff and development teams? Does it identify the technical roles to be performed by the system’s owner, project staff, stakeholders, and the development teams?        
Does the SEMP cover the interfaces between the various development teams?        


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