From the Project Management perspective, the Execution phase is were the bulk of the project work gets done. The Project Manager tracks the work and tasks outlined in the Project Schedule, they monitor and control project activities, manage project resources, risks, and issues. The Execution phase concludes with testing, training, and go-live/implementation of the solution.

From the Enterprise Architecture perspective, during Execution the Architect moves into an oversight role; They review project deliverables for their alignment to the Architecture as stated in both functional and non-functional requirements.


State of Vermont Non-Functional Requirements

NFR SoV definition

NFR SoV use cases

NFR Sov value add

SoV NFRv12

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