Deliverable

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Definition of Deliverable in English English dictionary

The tangible end product; that which will be delivered We packaged the deliverable, a program called FLOOD.EXE, in an installer file.
Able to be delivered The packages were not deliverable because the roads had flooded out.
{a} that may or ought to be delivered
Something that a company has promised to have ready for a customer, especially parts of computer systems Software deliverables.
The completed end result or outcome of a series of tasks
An end product in a phase of the SDLC (3)
A predetermined and measurable result of work that must be created and is usually delivered to an organization or data repository Deliverables include items such as design specifications, requirements specifications, hardware and software configuration items, product data files, plans, and all other written documentation
An item which must be created as part of a stated requirement It may be a final product or one on which one or more subsequent deliverables are dependant
A product of a task milestone or MMIS requirement
Any measurable, tangible, verifiable outcome, result, or items that must be produced to complete a project or part of a project
is an output of the ASP, which must be produced at a stated stage of the process
A report or product that must be completed and delivered to ensure satisfaction of contractual requirements
Capable of being, or about to be, delivered; necessary to be delivered
The end product; that which will be delivered; often used in the plural
something that can be provided as the product of development; "under this contract the deliverables include both software and hardware"
suitable for or ready for delivery
The intended output from a process, usually used as a generic term for a type of published document, e g European Standard, a Technical Specification, a CEN Workshop Agreement, etc NOTE: Often used in the context of "new deliverables" Internal Regulations - Part 2, 1 2 GD - New Deliverables
something that can be provided as the product of development; "under this contract the deliverables include both software and hardware" suitable for or ready for delivery
Describes securities which meet standards of futures contracts as to quality, maturity, principal amount and coupon rate and which may be physically delivered to satisfy the contract
Any work product that must be delivered to someone other than the work product's author
The output (such as test reports, regulatory approvals, working prototypes or manufacturing startup report) that shows a project has achieved a result Deliverables may be specified for the commercial launch of the product or at the end of a particular stage of development
An objectively measurable product or service that is a direct result of a project effort or a procurement Deliverables must be stated as an integral part of the proposal and award documents The deliverable for many projects can be a report or other objects, and in a time and effort project will be a specified amount of effort as demonstrated by the effort reporting system A good deliverables list is very noun oriented
A report or product of one or more tasks that satisfy one or more objectives and must be delivered to satisfy requirements (back to top)
a product, outcome or output from a work plan e g production of a feasibility study report (see also: Work Plan)
{i} something which can be accomplished; something that can be delivered
Any measurable, tangible, verifiable outcome, result, or item that must be produced to complete a project or part of a project Often used more narrowly in reference to an external deliverable, which is a deliverable that is subject to approval by the project sponsor or customer
That explicit product, supply or service, as defined by the agreement, resulting from the efforts of the University or its subcontractor(s), and provided to either the sponsor or some other entity as directed by the sponsor
A deliverable is any tangible outcome that is produced by the project These can be documents, plans, computer systems, buildings, aircraft, etc Internal deliverables are produced as a consequence of executing the project, and are usually only needed by the project team External deliverables are those that are created for clients and stakeholders
Any measurable, verifiable outcome, result, or item that must be produced to complete a project or a part of a project (Source: Project Management Institute (PMI) - PMBOK guide)
a product, outcome or output from a project e g production of a report (see also: Work Plan)
The output (such as test reports, regulatory approvals, working prototypes or marketing research reports) that shows a project has achieved a result Deliverables may be specified for the commercial launch of the product or at the end of a development stage
The output of what you're doing It should be something obvious and tangible - for IAs, this might be wireframes or a site structure For a CMS developer, it might be workflows For the project manager, it might be the project plan
A tangible, physical object that is the output of a software development task Examples of deliverables include requirements documents, specifications, test cases, and source code There are also synthetic deliverables such as Function Points or Feature Points
Deliverable

    Hyphenation

    de·liv·e·ra·ble

    Turkish pronunciation

    dîlîvrıbıl

    Pronunciation

    /dəˈləvrəbəl/ /dɪˈlɪvrəbəl/

    Etymology

    [ di-'li-v&r, dE- ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old French delivrer, from Late Latin deliberare, from Latin de- + liberare to liberate.

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