Project Management

Quality Control Plan and Tracking Template


Format: Plan / Log

Quality control is concerned with the measurement of actual results in order to validate that the quality standard has been met. It occurs at the end of the project when there are actual deliverables to manage against, but should be planned for during the rest or project planning. Quality control can be a time-consuming process, and so must be carefully planned. The planned quality control must also align with the definition, tolerance and acceptable failure rate of the standard--the more lenient the standard and/or the higher the acceptable failure rate, the fewer quality control activities are necessary.

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