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17 Ensure that all requirements can be mapped to a design element
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A defined process for tracing requirements to the system design will provide assurance that all requirements are addressed, including such standard IT elements as interfaces, response time, and capacity
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If a requirements trace map exists, review it and verify that all requirements are represented and mapped to a design element If a trace map doesn t exist, review the process for ensuring that all requirements are encompassed
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18 Verify that the key stakeholders have signed off on the detailed design document or use case catalog
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The detailed design document is used for the design of the system, software, or process A use case catalog may be created for the project customers as a less technical document that details the system design from a more functional standpoint (that is, detailing exactly how each required system function will be implemented) This document will specify the success and failure criteria for each scenario within the application For example, customer check-out for an e-commerce application would be a use case that would lead to multiple steps (such as verifying that the user logged in, validating the shipping address, and so on), all of which would be documented in detail If key stakeholders have not signed off on these appropriate documents, the chances are greater that the output of the project may not meet their needs
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Look for the equivalent of a detailed design document and for evidence of customer approval Note that nontechnical personnel may not be in a position to understand the detailed design document, depending on how it is written If this is the case, ensure that compensating design reviews or use case catalogs have been developed that allow the stakeholders to understand the planned design elements
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19 Review processes for ensuring ongoing customer involvement with the prioritization of tasks on the project
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Most projects experience fluidity, with the initial set of requirements rarely ending up as the final set of requirements If key stakeholders are not involved throughout the project, the project runs the risk of straying away from customer requirements, and decisions can be made that are not in alignment with customer wishes
Determine whether a direction-setting group has been established and contains key customers and whether they are involved in project decisions on a regular basis Con-
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sider interviewing a small sample of customers to obtain their opinions on customer involvement Look for evidence of periodic project review meetings and periodic communication with key stakeholders
20 Look for evidence of peer reviews in design and development
This quality-control discipline, which involves a review of code and configuration by the developer s peers, can help to increase the odds that the system will be designed with sound logic and a minimum of errors PART II
Determine whether peer reviews are required by the process, and look for evidence that they are actually occurring
21 Verify that appropriate internal controls and security have been designed into the system
See step 15 for further information
Validate (either through interviews or design reviews) that the input you provided in step 15 has been encompassed in the design of the system
Testing
22 Verify that design and testing are occurring in a development/ test environment and not in a production environment
Failure to perform design and test work in dedicated environments could result in disruption of normal business activities
View evidence that the environments being used during development and testing are separate from the environment being used for production View a layout of the architecture, and validate segregation of the environments View project member logins to the various environments, and confirm that the servers being used for design, testing, and production match the architecture layout Also, ensure that the test environment closely mirrors the production environment Otherwise, a successful test of code in the testing environment may not be an indicator that the code will work in the production environment or that it will be scalable with the production load
23 Review and evaluate the testing process Ensure that the project has an adequate test plan and that it follows this test plan
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