4.12.3 Develop quality control procedures.
The last activity performed during the planning phase is to develop the Quality Control (QC) procedures for the project team members. The QC procedures should be updated throughout the project to ensure that lessons learned in one part of the project are applied to work remaining to be accomplished. A review and approval process should be established to make sure that all products meet quality standards. Table 15 provides a suggested review and approval form for tracking review and approval processes. The form should be filled out and attached to each product associated with a lesson. As the product is reviewed and approved, the form should be signed by the approving authority. The form should be complete for each product associated with the lesson. The primary author should date the form to tell the reviewer when the review must be completed. The form should not be signed until all suggested corrections are made, checked, and approved. Unapproved products should be returned to the author for correction.
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This handbook provides background information for the planning, design, development, implementation, evaluation, and management of Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI) products. IMI products include electronic products used in the delivery of instruction or supporting the delivery of instruction. See 4.2 for a further breakdown of IMI products. This handbook (Part 3 of 5 Parts) also provides acquisition guidance unique to IMI products and supplements general acquisition guidance provided in MIL-HDBK-29612-1 (Part 1 of 5 Parts).
1.2 Application guidance.
This handbook is intended for guidance only. This handbook cannot be cited as a requirement. If it is, the contractor does not have to comply.
1.2.1 How to use this handbook.
The guidance provided in this handbook applies to any IMI program development. It applies to IMI in weapons system or training system acquisitions. It also applies to IMI developed as a stand-alone training product. MIL-HDBK-29612-2 provides guidance for the selection of instructional media. When IMI is determined to be the best instructional media, the guidance in MIL-HDBK-29612-3 will assist in verifying whether or not IMI can be used and supported by the training activity. After verification, further guidance will aid in the design and development of an IMI program.