Project Planning Document

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PROJECT PLANNING DOCUMENT (PPD)

A PPD is a single, high level planning document which describes the infrastructure or framework of a project. 

Why do we need it?

To form a basis for reaching agreement to proceed with the project, between all parties involved with or affected by it. To set an accepted framework and system of priorities

Important sections!!

Project Objectives

  • This section must provide a clear statement of the overall objectives of the project. 

Project Scope

  • To provide a clear statement of what is included in and what is excluded from the project
  • This can be expressed in terms of functions, transactions, locations, departments, systems, etc

Benefits and Justification

  • Major benefits and costs

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