Question: Which type of procurement statement of work is needed to convey what the final product should be able to accomplish?
Incorrect: functional - conveys the end purpose or result
Source: PMP Pocket Prep android app
I'm having a hard time trying to differentiate between the two. What is the difference between "being able to accomplish" and "end purpose or result"? Any examples would be appreciated.
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