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Statements or measurements of any kind are useless unless the audience believes they are reasonably accurate. The term accuracy generally refers to the relationship of any statement or measurement to the truth. Use this template to describe why the information included in your proposal can be deemed accurate. For example many polls are presented to the public that show how certain group responded to questions but for the reader to understand the validity of the results information about how the poll was done how many people were polled and so forth must be included along with summary of results. This sort of detailed information is especially important when including any kind of statistics. Prospective clients will be more inclined to trust you when they see that your organization is doing its best to present accurate information. Explain the importance of accuracy to your organization or your proposal. Must your measurements or cost estimates be exact for the project to succeed. Must your assumptions be validated before the project can begin. Describe that need here. You may also want to discuss the history of accuracy within your organization or that of your client. The Data Describe briefly the data you have presented or intend to present e. g. poll statistics average number of products produced within day machine tolerances of parts calculations done by accountants etc. The Process Describe how the data was or will be gathered and analyzed e. g. how participants were chosen for poll how measurements were taken or how an analysis was The Results
Summarize the results and state how close to exact you believe them to be. Its normal in most analyses to state measurements with plus and minus tolerances to allow for some margin of error.