Software Quality Control Policy
Quality control is an integral part of the software development process that ensures a finished product meets expectations through predictable and peer-checked design methods.
This policy from TechRepublic Premium defines quality control measures to make the software development process as efficient and successful as possible. It provides guidelines for the development lifecycle, which can also be used in other areas, such as system builds, project or change management, and support of critical systems, as needed or where applicable.
From the policy:
QUALITY CONTROL STAFF
The quality control/development manager will establish project managers and personnel to perform quality review for each project. These personnel will work with the developers to examine code to ensure adherence to project/quality standards and goals. Results and feedback will be communicated to project managers.
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