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I need samples of the plans that make up the project plan. I do not need MS Project schedules. I would like to have a good Communications, Change/Configuration Managmenet Plan, Quality Management P
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I cannot find these anywhere. I would like to provide new PMs within my department with a good start at these so they can plan correctly.
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Have you checked the templates section of this community, Thomas?
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1 reply by Thomas Bock
May 28, 2019 1:45 PM
Thomas Bock
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Sorry for the delay in responding. My DoD network does not allow access to projectmanagement.com. The template section of the web site is disappointing to say the least. The samples are very old and are actually project schedules not project plans.
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Project management Plan templates may be difficult to find but project documents templates can available.
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Templates section?
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1 reply by Thomas Bock
May 28, 2019 1:46 PM
Thomas Bock
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Sorry for the delay in responding. My DoD network does not allow access to projectmanagement.com. The template section of the web site is disappointing to say the least. The samples are very old and are actually project schedules not project plans.
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refer to the template section of the website. You may find lots of samples through google search.
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Apr 25, 2019 3:10 PM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Have you checked the templates section of this community, Thomas?
Sorry for the delay in responding. My DoD network does not allow access to projectmanagement.com. The template section of the web site is disappointing to say the least. The samples are very old and are actually project schedules not project plans.
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Apr 26, 2019 7:30 AM
Replying to Andrew Craig
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Templates section?
Sorry for the delay in responding. My DoD network does not allow access to projectmanagement.com. The template section of the web site is disappointing to say the least. The samples are very old and are actually project schedules not project plans.
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Why do not see the PMBOK?
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1 reply by Thomas Bock
May 28, 2019 2:19 PM
Thomas Bock
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I hope I understand what the question is, but the PMBoK provides a good bit of detail about what should be in a plan, but does not provide examples/templates to plans.

As we know, plans are as different as the projects they describe and I was hoping that we could share our inputs thus creating a library of sample plans.
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May 28, 2019 1:53 PM
Replying to Sergio Luis Conte
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Why do not see the PMBOK?
I hope I understand what the question is, but the PMBoK provides a good bit of detail about what should be in a plan, but does not provide examples/templates to plans.

As we know, plans are as different as the projects they describe and I was hoping that we could share our inputs thus creating a library of sample plans.
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The DoD must have some. I'd check with other project managers, program managers, portfolio managers, PMO, etc. in your organization.
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I completely agree with Eric. Ask around at the DoD. Those articles can be heavily dependent on your internal requirements or even federal law. I have seen the equivalent of a PEP for a defense contractor that requires doing some of those things 2 ways. One way is the company's internal process. The other is the DoD's prescribed process with the rationale simply "Required by the DoD".

There are many unique considerations that come into play such as information control requirements subject to federal law like ITAR and EAR, Federal Aquisition Requirements that will affect change management, etc. It is a very requirements intensive business environment.

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