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This paper takes a high-level look at project requirements and the requirements cycle to help one understand the role of the business analyst in requirements planning. Ah, requirements. How can such a simple word generate so much misunderstanding? When it comes to planning projects and designing solutions, the very word can create perplexed looks and unknowing nods of agreement. It doesn't have to be so difficult, however. On any project, requirements are just the necessary items that must be included in the project to ensure success. That's it. Nothing more. One thinks what seems to throw people off are the roles and actual responsibilities involved in determining just what those project requirements should be. Who is responsible for this? And how exactly is it accomplished?
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