Components of a Statement of Work (SOW)

Because the SOW becomes the basis for the rest of the formal, detailed project plan and is a key tool for managing stakeholders throughout a project, you need to thoroughly understand each of its key components. This presentation will help.

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In my world, a statement of work is the basis of a contract for hiring vendors. I believe the description provided is more of a scope statement document.

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