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Execution Phase Phase Review Form For [Project Name]

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Document Information

Document Id Document Owner Issue Date Last Saved Date File Name

Information [Document Management System #] [Owner Name] [Date] [Date] [Name]

Document History
Version [1.0] Issue Date [Date] Changes [Section, Page(s) and Text Revised]

Document Approvals
Role Project Sponsor Project Review Group Project Manager Quality Manager (if applicable) Procurement Manager (if applicable) Communications Manager (if applicable) Project Office Manager (if applicable) Name Signature


Template Guide
What is a Phase Review Form? A Phase Review Form is a document used to formally request approval to proceed to the next phase of a project. It provides a checkpoint at the end of each project phase to ensure that the project has achieved its stated objectives and deliverables as initially planned. Phase Review Forms should be completed at the end of the following project phases: Project Initiation Project Planning Project Execution

It is not necessary to complete a Phase Review Form at the end of the Project Closure phase as approval to close the project is covered within the Project Closure document. The Phase Review Form should describe the status of the: Overall project Project Schedule (based on the Project Plan) Project Expenses (based on the Financial Plan) Project Staffing (based on the Resource Plan) Project Deliverables (based on the Quality Plan) Project Risks (based on the Risk Register) Project Issues (based on the Issues Register).

When to use a Phase Review Phase Review Forms should be completed at the end of each phase of the project (excluding Project Closure). The Review Form should be completed by the Project Manager and approved by the Project Sponsor. To obtain approval, the Project Manager will usually present the current status of the project to the Project Board for consideration. The Project Board (chaired by the Project Sponsor) may decide to cancel the project, undertake further work within the existing project phase or grant approval to begin the next phase of the project. How to use this template This document provides a guide on the topics usually included in a Phase Review document. Sections may be added, removed or redefined at your leisure to meet your particular business circumstance. Example tables, diagrams and charts have been added (where suitable) to provide further guidance on how to complete each relevant section.

Phase Review Form: Execution Phase

Project Name: Project Manager: Project Sponsor: Project Description:
[Summaries the overall project achievements, risks and issues experienced to date.]

Report Prepared By: Report Preparation Date Reporting Period:

Overall Status: Project Schedule: Project Expenses: Project Deliverables: Project Risks: Project Issues: Project Changes:
[Description] [Description] [Description] [Description] [Description] [Description] [Description]

Review Category Schedule Expenses Deliverables: Deliverable # 1 Deliverable # 2 Deliverable # 3 Deliverable # 4 Deliverable # 5 Risks Issues Changes Review Question Answer Y/N Y/N Y/N Y/N Y/N Variance

Was the phase completed to schedule? Was the phase completed within budgeted cost? Deliverables: Was Deliverable Was Deliverable Was Deliverable Was Deliverable Was Deliverable #1 completed and approved? #2 completed and approved? #3 completed and approved? #4 completed and approved? #5 completed and approved?

Are there any outstanding project risks? Are there any outstanding project issues? Are there any outstanding project changes?



Supporting Documentation:
[Reference any supporting documentation used to substantiate the review details above.]






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