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TAA-ME04-001129-1 - Software Installation Plan (SIP)

[document] Submitted on 2 March, 2010 - 00:19
Keywords Data Item Description (DID) software development software installation plan Software Installation Plan (SIP)
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TAA-ME04-001129-1
Date published
1996-10-03
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English
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Data Item Description (DID)
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7
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The Software Installation Plan (SIP) is a plan for installing software at user sites, including
preparation for installation, user training and conversion from existing systems.

The SIP is developed when the developer will be involved in the installation of software at user sites
and when the installation process will be sufficiently complex to require a documented plan. For
software embedded in a hardware-software system, a fielding or deployment plan for the hardware-
software system may make a separate SIP unnecessary.

This DID incorporates and adapts some non-copyrighted material contained in the Software Installation
Plan, DID DI-IPSC-81428, issued by the United States Government.

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