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Quality Register v1.2 (DOC|71.5KB)
Quality Register is an appendix to the project plan of the Project Delivery Framework.
Vulnerability Report Template (XLSX|79.63KB)
Optional template to assist with the Sec. 2054.077, Gov. Code, requirement concerning Vulnerability Reports.
DIR Execution Capability Assessment v1.0 (XLSX|43.02KB)
This DIR Execution Capability Assessment is a new template created for the Texas Project Delivery Framewrok program as part of the business case submission process.
PM Lite Business Case Template (DOCX|61.15KB)
defines the business need along with the necessary information, from a business standpoint, to determine whether or not the project is worth the required investment.
PM Lite Lessons Learned Template (DOCX|49.81KB)
used to identify and preserve the lessons learned on each project. The purpose of this document is to help the project team share knowledge gained from the experience
PM Lite Overview (DOCX|65.39KB)
The Overview Document provides some background on the PM Lite methodology and describes its underlying principals
PM Lite Project Change Request Template (DOCX|47.35KB)
The Project Change Request (PCR) is used by the Project Manager to request a change to the project scope, schedule, costs, project milestones and/or deliverables.
PM Lite Project Charter (DOCX|56.12KB)
The Project Charter officially authorizes the project and allocates resources. The chartering process forms the project core team and officially kicks off the project.