RTM Working Group De-Scope Schedule

Working Group De-Scope Meeting Schedule

Requirements that have been recommended for de-scope are scheduled to go before the Working Group for their review and decision.  If a requirement slated for de-scope is of concern to a SME, please reach out to the PMO to express the concerns prior to the planned de-scope discussion date so these views can be included in the discussion of Working Group before any decisions are made.

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October 5th, 2022 RTM Items Approved by Working Group:

RTM Item Approved to "Requirements Clarification Needed" from "De-Scope" Status:

October 19th, 2022 RTM Items Approved by Working Group:

November 2nd, 2022 RTM Items Approved by Working Group:

November 16th, 2022 RTM Items Approved by Working Group:

December 7th, 2022

December 21st, 2022

January 4th, 2023

January 18th, 2023

February 1st, 2023

February 15th, 2023

March 1st, 2023

March 15th, 2023

April 5th, 2023

April 19th, 2023

PMO Team Contact Information

If you see an original RFP Requirement and feel you have insights to contribute, please feel free to reach out to the PMO Team via email and share your input:

Tara Keen - Director Project Management Office - [email protected]
Amy MacNeill - Project Coordinator - [email protected]
Bhuvana Samraj - Technical Project Manager - [email protected]
Christyanna Dawson - Project Manager - [email protected]
Reuth Kim - Project Manager - [email protected]
Sanjiv Bhagat - Project Manager - [email protected]

What is a Requirement Traceability Matrix (RTM)?

A Requirement Traceability Matrix (RTM) provides a means to connect a set of requirements to the project artifacts used to:

  • Clarify details associated to a requirement, either by system users or a vendor partner
  • Document how the requirement will be or was tested.
  • Train users on using the system to meet each requirement.
  • Denotes whether a customization was needed to satisfy the  requirement and connects to information associated with that  customization.
  • Cite any issues related to the requirement.

The RTM is used to prove that requirements have been fulfilled. In the case of the ctcLink implementation project, remaining requirements that could not be verified as having been either officially de-scoped or implemented were transferred to the PMO Team for review to ensure the proper action has been taken.


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