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1. Under what conditions do the Project Quality Management processes need to be used on a project?
The Project Quality Management processes are always applicable.
The Project Quality Management processes are applicable when quality requirements are identified as a constraint on the project during project initiation.
The Project Quality Management processes are applicable if quality requirements are identified during the Collect Requirements process.
2. In addition to the Quality Management Plan, what other plan is created in the Plan Quality Management process?
Continuous Improvement Plan.
Inspection and Test Plan.
There is no other plan created.
3. What is the difference between the Control Quality and Perform Quality Assurance processes?
Perform Quality Assurance ensures the correct standards are used and Control Quality ensures the results meet the standards.
The do essentially the same thing except that Perform Quality Assurance is performed by independent auditors and Control Quality is performed by project team members.
Perform Quality Assurance is conducted at the time of project planning to ensure quality requirements are in the project plan. Control Quality is done as part of project control to ensure the work has been done correctly.
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