Finance Demonstration Script :Budgeting

A large number of stakeholders, as detailed below, are involved at various levels in the budgeting process. Thus, the budget process must have flexibility in the span of authority allowed to create, review and monitor budgets. Also, all of these stakeholders should be provided with tools and information to perform their respective functions in the… Read More »

Finance Demonstration Script

The following scripts describe the elements of functionality that are desired for financial systems. Please refer to Section Finance ,Finance for more information regarding VU’s financial processes. 1.1 General Ledger (Financial Reporting) The General Ledger (GL) application will record the results of accounting transactions and accurately report the fiscal status of the colleges/schools, divisions/centers, units/departments,… Read More »

Software Demonstration Scripts

The following sections contain the detailed demonstration scripts that software vendors are expected to use as the basis for structuring their presentations to the evaluation team. Individual demonstration or discussion points may be treated separately, or in combination, as long as the major points are covered in a way that allows the evaluation team to… Read More »

Participation in a Framework for the Provision of Software Asset Management Services :Specifications of Requirements

3.1 Introduction 3.1.1 As indicated in Part 1, the Department of Finance is seeking to put in place a framework consisting of three lots, each containing a number of Service Providers to assist non-commercial Pubic Service Bodies manage their software license estate through the provision of Software Asset Management services. 3.1.2 Software Asset Management Services… Read More »

Administrative Arrangements and Terms of tendering

2.1 Procurement Process 2.1.1 While every effort has been made to provide comprehensive and accurate background information, requirements and specifications, Tenderers must form their own conclusions about the services needed to meet the requirements set out in this RFT. All Tenderers and recipients of this RFT may wish to consult their own legal advisers competent… Read More »


2.1 Organization 2.1.1 Project Organization Figure 1 LaSRS++ Project Organization Figure 1 illustrates the basic organizational structure for all simulation projects. The organizations identi-fied here have active involvement in all simulation projects and are the only organizations upon which this plan places primary configuration management responsibility. Two organizations play major roles in the development of… Read More »

Software Configuration Control

  The term Configuration Control is defined in Section 1.1 of this document. Software Configuration Control includes the following objectives: • Procedures for changing baselines • Change requests approvals • Responsibilities for change control • Change control process • Request for Change process • Level of control • Management of release documentation • Configuration control… Read More »

Software Configuration Management Tasks

  This section consists of the following: • Identification of Configuration Items • Configuration Items • Baseline Identification • Repository Identification • Configuration Item Identifier 3.1 Identification of Configuration Items The terms Configuration Identification and Configuration Item are defined in Section 1.1 of this document. In this SCM Plan, work products are considered for configuration… Read More »

Software Configuration Management Resources

  This section identifies the roles of individuals and groups that participate in the SCM process. It describes the relationships between individuals and groups. 2.1 Roles and Responsibilities Only the responsibilities related to SCM are listed here. 2.1.1 Project Manager (PM) • Establish the overall project schedule for SCM activities with Configuration Management Manager (CMM)… Read More »

Management and its role in software quality assurance principle tools

The three principle tools As you can see there are quite a large number of responsibilities that Top management is accountable for. There are three main tools that help aid top management fulfil their responsibilities. These three tools are;  Establishment and updating of the organisation’s software quality policy  Assigning one of the executives… Read More »