Descope

Descope

To reduce the number of deliverables to be completed. For example, if a project has three deliverables but has only finished two of them by the deadline, the project may be descoped to make it appear successful.
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The 18th CSSB, an active component unit out of Grafenwoehr, Germany, assumed mission command of a nondoctrinal mission to reposition the operational footprint, assist with achieving the directed force-manning levels, reduce excess, and descope contracts.
Consideration should be given to more effective use of existing tools such as the statutory Configuration Steering Board with the service acquisition executives to review the requirements and, where indicated, descope program requirements and adjust funding as necessary.
ExoIS' Software as a Service (SaaS) solution, PeepSafe, allows organizations that store process or transmit cardholder information to descope internal functions (e-mail, fax, voice, order entry, etc.
The partnership will ensure that customers of both organizations will be able to further descope their call center operations from PCI compliance and remove card data from their environment.
By linking the descope of LOGCAP services to the expansion of Iraqi business capability, USF-I built the foundation of economic revitalization using contracted logistical services to drive this development.
But we would not descope a product, because our reputation relies on its performance,and we believe our products are better than anything else out there.
Or in the case of the opposite resulting, you may have to tailor or descope your project to fit the predetermined time frame if you are unable to extend your deadline.
So, we will have to defer or descope a number of existing projects and we have been reviewing each to see what can be done and to set some spending priorities.
ExoIS' Software as a Service (SaaS) solution, PeepSafe, allows organizations that store, process or transmit cardholder information to descope internal functions (e-mail, fax, voice, order entry, etc.
Forces-Iraq (USF-I) J-4 logistics automation officer, who had received a directive from the USF-I J-4 to either implement BCS3 and its application variant, the LRT, or descope the theater contract by returning the field service representatives to the continental United States.
This means project leaders should be willing to descope the project before accepting a schedule delay because it is generally better to deliver something rather than nothing, and to succeed a little rather than fail a lot.