Contract Management Techniques: Managing the Progress, Quality and Coordination of Outsourced Software Development
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As society's reliance on technology spreads, a growing number of organizations have turned to software development outsourcing to augment their available resources. Using the Capability Maturity Models for Software Engineering and Software Acquisition as a framework, this study identifies practical contract management techniques based on recommendations in selected literature (1990-2005). These techniques are intended for application by project managers to effectively manage the progress, quality and coordination of work in outsourced software development projects.
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