Joined: Fri May 26, 2006 7:47 pm
Location: Florida, USA
Years of Experience: 45
Country: United States of America
I am not able to come up with any real information for you on this. Anything I would say would be just a guess.
1. What does one need to do regarding this?
First you need to ask your “boss” or “supervisor” to show you an ITP from a past project so “you can do it the same way”. If he or she says that they have never done one before then I suggest that you request a discussion to define the needs and form of the ITP.
2. What is all the information an experienced person would look for in the scope and specifications?
That depends on the size, shape and contents of the modules. It could also mean the depth of detail the “inspection” is intended to go.
3. How can I get a good understanding of the large quantity of information supplied by the client?
You must read every one only to the point of being able to determine if it applies or not. If it does apply then you must read more and possible include it in the ITP. If it does not apply then set it aside.
4. Are there any good practices one should follow while reading specification?
First read for general for general information regarding application. Second (when necessary), read for detail.
5. Who in our company (or Client) organization can give input for this?
Again, ask your “boss” or “supervisor”.
You must want to succeed before you can.