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IT Business Edge's Project Proposal Template

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This simple, three-page template covers the basics of top-level project justification. For larger projects, it should be accompanied or followed by more intensive financial projections.

This simple, three-page template covers the basics of top-level project justification. For larger projects, it should be accompanied or followed by more intensive financial projections, but for smaller projects, these key points will prepare a prioritization committee or group of managers to green-light a proposed project for formal business requirements and functional specs.

At least I hope so, because we developed it and are using it ourselves here at IT Business Edge.

Key points covered in the basic form include:

  1. Business needs met by the proposed project
  2. High-level functionality, as envisioned by the business
  3. Post-launch operational costs and considerations
  4. Key assumptions and corresponding risk
  5. Sign-off by project sponsors and key senior managers

The attached Zip file includes:

  • Intro Page.doc
  • Cover Sheet and Terms.pdf
  • ITBE Project Proposal Template.doc
  • ITBE Project Proposal Template.odt
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