You can use a Verification and Validation Plan Document to review, inspect, test, audit, and establish whether items, processes, services or documents conform to specified requirements. This helps ensure that the software being developed satisfies all functional requirements and that each step in the process of building the software yields the correct products.

Use the Verification and Validation Plan Document to:

  • Determine whether the products of a given phase in the software development life-cycle fulfill the requirements established during the previous phase.
  • Validation evaluates the software to ensure compliance with requirements. Validation is end-to-end verification.
  • Verification ensures the quality of a product. verification activities should reflect the software’s criticality and the quality required of it.

Table of Contents

1 Introduction
1.1 Purpose of this document
1.2 Objectives
1.3 System Identification
1.4 Scope
1.5 Risks
1.6 Key Stakeholders
1.7 Relationship to Other Plans
2 Management Approach
2.1 Master Schedule
2.2 Tasks
2.3 Organization
2.4 Roles and Responsibilities
2.5 Tools, Techniques, and Methodology
3 Verification and Validation Plans
3.1 Management
3.2 Concept Phase
3.3 Requirements Phase
3.4 Design Phase
3.5 Implementation Phase
3.6 Test Phase
3.7 Installation Phase
3.8 Operation and Maintenance Phase
4 Reporting
5 Administrative Procedures
5.1 Anomaly Reporting and Resolution
5.2 Task Iteration Policy
5.3 Deviation Policy
5.4 Control Procedures
5.5 Standards, Practices, and Conventions
Appendix A
Glossary of Terms

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