deliverables


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deliverables

(dɪˈlɪvərəbəlz)
pl n
items named in a contract, course, or project that must be delivered for its successful completion
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Just here was the wayside shop of a smith; and now arrived a landed proprietor who had bought this girl a few miles back, deliverable here where her irons could be taken off.
The next item on his list was to give orders for some fruit-trees, of a rare variety, to be deliverable at his country-seat in the ensuing autumn.
The following Deliverables and Performance Measures are associated with this project:
The users of Bentley's ProjectWise, a project collaboration and information software developed for the design and construction of architecture, engineering, construction, and operations of infrastructure projects, are set to increase operational efficiency and reduce costs with the next release of ProjectWise Connections Services and its deliverables management capability.
Third-party vendors and contractors might not perform as advertised, and deliverables (previously identified portions of the project that are to be completed at a specified time) could be late or of substandard quality.
Vendors often provide multiple deliverables to their customers as part of a single arrangement or contract.
Vendors often enter into revenue arrangements that involve multiple deliverables.
After carefully analyzing the construction process through many large projects, it was found that much of this negative impact can be avoided through the use of a relatively simple tracking system to monitor specific project deliverables ("inchstones"); these metrics allow building owners to identify the issues affecting system completion early enough in the construction process to correct them.
Former Mayor James Hahn's main deliverables from his Asia trip four years ago were a pair of golden monkeys.
This assessment, called a "Data Rights Requirements Analysis," should include a determination of your contemplated present uses of the software or other deliverables as well as an assessment of any future uses by you or others.
Every project needs three documents: a Product Initiation Feasibility form; a Product Plan Requirement which is a multi page report that talks about product opportunity, product description, and product strategy; a Milestone Schedule including key program dates, key testing dates, sample builds, responsibilities, action item register and customer deliverables.
The working group, with the view to ensure that the planning system developed was comprehensive and effective, reviewed the entire family of deliverables for integration.