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A feasibility study is an invaluable tool that helps companies evaluate and analyze the risks associated with a proposed IT project. Creating a feasibility study is a daunting task for newcomers and for companies that lack experience in writing feasibility studies. Use this checklist as part of a quality assurance process to assess the quality of the feasibility study document and determine if it conforms to the organization's current document standards.

This checklist gives authors and reviewers, tasked with writing a feasibility study, the tools needed to undertake a quality assessment. The checklist provides:

  • A reviewing process that all authors and reviewers involved in the study should follow.
  • Quality criteria used to assess each section of the feasibility study.
  • Guidance for best use of the checklist.

Staff or organizations that are new to feasibility studies or groups that perform feasibility studies infrequently should use this template. It will help reduce document preparation pressures and improve the quality of the feasibility study document created in the company.

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Published: March 16, 2007
Last Revised: March 16, 2007


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