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A Work Statement or a scope of work is a document that is routinely used in project management. It is termed the narrative description of the work required of a project. This describes specific project tasks, deliverables, and schedules for a provider that provides services to the customer. The SOW also generally includes comprehensive specifications and pricing, including common terms and conditions for regulatory and governance. A Master Service Agreement or Request for Proposal (RFP) is often an important accompaniment to.

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10+ Agency Scope of Work Templates in PDF

1. Agency Scope of Work Template

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2. Advertising Agency Scope of Work

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Areas Addressed By Scope of Work

The following topics are usually presented in a scope of work:

  1. Purpose: Why is the project being done? An argument of intent tries to address that.
  2. Scope of work: This defines the room for improvement and stipulates the relevant hardware and software. The scope definition becomes the statement of scope.
  3. Location of work: This defines where all the work is to be done, including where the hardware and software will be located, and where people will meet to do the work.
  4. Period of Performance: It determines the time allowed for tasks, such as starting and finishing time, amount of hours that can be paid per week or month, where work is to be done, and anything else relevant to scheduling.
  5. Deliverables schedule: This portion identifies what is due and when, and describes what.
  6. Applicable standards: This describes any sector-specific standards that must be conformed to when the contract is being fulfilled.
  7. Acceptance criteria: This establishes how to determine whether the product or service is acceptable to the buyer or receiver of the goods, usually with objective criteria.
  8. Special requirements: This helps to determine any special hardware or software, advanced employment requirements, such as personnel degrees or certifications, travel requirements, and whatever else not covered by the details of the contract.
  9. Type of Agreement or Payment Schedule: Acceptance of the project would depend on whether the available budget is sufficient to cover the required work. Consequently, a breakdown of payments by whether they are up-front or phased will normally be negotiated early.
  10. Miscellaneous: Some things that aren’t part of the main discussions can be identified because they’re essential to the project, so ignoring or missing them may pose project issues.

Elements of a Scope of Work

1. Glossary

Write out each of the acronyms used in the scope in the Glossary. Include descriptions of peculiar or unusual words, too. Think of the paper from the viewpoint of someone who does not work in the industry or discipline in question.

2. Problem Statement

Concisely describe the problem to be addressed by this research (1 or 2 paragraphs are okay). Describe the baseline of science and technology, that is to say, the current state-of-the-art or development status of the field to be advanced.

3. Goals of the Agreement

Finish the following sentence at the beginning of this section and keep in mind to be succinct. This project aims to complete the sentence with a brief description of the goal(s) and how they will be met.

4. Objectives of the Agreement/Deliverables

Finish this segment with the project’s goals, which are things that will be quantifiable or testable at the end of this agreement — this is where you should list the deliverables. The deliverables consist of both a task and an end product.

5. Administration

If conferences, calls, meetings or other “soft” deliverables are present, they should be listed in the SOW’s administration section. Any provision that is not a result of a particular task, but is expected of the performing team, must be defined in the SOW section on administration.

6. Timeline

This segment sets out all operation dates. It sets out dates for the tasks and outcomes. It also addresses the dates for the SOW portion of administration.

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