Re: Developing a schedule.
So just a question that omes to mind: If you (just) test all the procedures that you've written, how do you know if you've written all the procedures.Is there going to be a technical review for accuracy and completeness?
My apologies if #4 covers such a review.
Thanks, but yeah both #4 and #6 are the technical reviews for accuracy and completeness.
We don't send the docs to the SME for a review and hope we get comments back, we go into the lab and run all the procedures via a formal process. Then at stage 6, the customer does the exact same thing.
I appreciate the question, though. I'd rather field a question with an answer "Yep, it's in there" than miss something I should have known.
Reviews by SMEs can tell you "Oh, you can do this, this, and this too."
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