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SolvedFree PMP Exam Sample Question of the Week
Free PMP Exam Sample Question of the Week
3 years 4 months ago #4735
You are managing a software development project. All of your project deliverables are complete and you are ready to start your Close Project or Phase process. Which of the following activities will not be performed during this phase?
A. Making sure that all exit criteria have been met
B. Obtaining formal acceptance of all deliverables from all stakeholders
C. Moving the project's deliverables to the next phase or into production
D. Documenting lessons learned Hint: What is the difference between the Validate Scope process and the Close Project or Phase process?
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Answer and Explanation:
The Correct Answer is B.
The correct answer depends on the word "obtain" in "obtain formal acceptance".
By the time the Close Project or Phase process happens, you should already have obtained formal, written acceptance for the deliverables. To be precise: Formal acceptance is obtained as part of the Validate Scope process.
In the Close Project or Phase process you only verify/ensure that you have indeed received such a formal acceptance.
Therefore, "Obtaining formal acceptance of all deliverables from all stakeholders will not be performed in the Close Project or Phase process.
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