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TOPIC: Legal requirement an assumption or EEF

Legal requirement an assumption or EEF 3 years 2 months ago #14683

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A particular project in the domain of civil construction requires that every on-site worker be insured. Which of the following inputs BEST conveys this requirement to the Estimate Costs process so that the insurance cost is estimated and subsequently budgeted:
a. Enterprise Environmental Factor
b. Organizational Process Assets
c. Project Scope Statement
d. Project Management Plan
The correct answer is Project scope statement. To me it sounds like an EEF. Does anybody know why?

Legal requirement an assumption or EEF 3 years 2 months ago #14684

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Please state the origin of the question; where did this come from?

Legal requirement an assumption or EEF 3 years 1 month ago #14739

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The Project Scope Statement details all the project work needed to deliver the end product service or result Insurance would be a project requirement for this situation based on the location, zone etc. It would not necessarily be a corporate EEF.
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