How to write your own Exhibit G (Business Requirements)
You can create your own customized editable version of this contract document using IT/Software/Hardware Contract Pack. Follow these steps to get started.
The Business Requirements Exhibit G is an optional exhibit that can be used to outline a large collection of contract requirements, including business and functional requirements. It also allows for comments, priorities, and other attributes to be applied to each requirement. This exhibit is useful for government contracts.
Document Length: 3 Pages
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M: Mandatory O: Optional N: Not Required E: External Mandatory: [M] - This is a required deliverable. Optional: [O] - This is an optional requirement and not a deliverable. Not Required: [N] - This is not a required deliverable, it is listed for reference. External: [E] - This is an external or third-party deliverable or dependency.
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Ian Lauder has been helping businesses write their proposals and contracts for two decades. Ian is the Owner and Founder of Proposal Kit, one of the original sources of business proposal and contract software products started in 1997.
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