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“The New York State Project Management Guidebook was developed to document a common methodology for managing projects in New York State government organizations and to provide guidance and advice to Project Managers throughout the life of a project. RELEASE 2 includes an enhanced Project Management Life Cycle as well as a System Development Life Cycle, the newest addition to Section III of the Guidebook. A list of enhancements and additions to the Guidebook can be found in Release Notes 2.”

New York State Project Management SDLC Templates Release 2
“The following Templates are provided in Word 97-2002 format for use by Project Managers. These templates may be copied or downloaded for your use or customization. Please refer to the Lifecyle chapters of the Guidebook for instructions on the use of each template.”


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