|OPERATIONAL STATUS TERMINOLOGY||OPERATIONAL PHASE TERMINOLOGY|
|NOT STARTED: Project has not formally started, may not start on date provided.||PROPOSED: Project opportunity is drafted; proof-of-concepts (if any) undertaken.|
|PENDING START: Early project initiation phase has begun, project may not be continued, or start and end dates may adjust.||INITIATION: Project opportunity approved; founding artifacts are created, research completed, pilots (if any) completed.|
|IN-PROGRESS: Project has formally started, may not end on date provided.||PLANNING: Project initiation completed, contracts executed, resources obtained.|
|OPERATIONAL: Product/Service is operational; project pending completion.||EXECUTION: Project Planning completed; work begins.|
|COMPLETED: Product/Service has been handed-off to operations; project terminated.||CLOSE-OUT: All prior phases completed; historical data archiving and administrative closure begins.|
The matrix below shows the relationship between operational phase and operational status:
|OP-PHASE / OP-STATUS||NOT STARTED||PENDING START||IN-PROGRESS||OPERATIONAL||COMPLETED|
Deployment of Microsoft Office 365 services
Annual Infrastructure Refresh
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Website by Department Build
Build of individualized sub-site pages by department; improve process by which department staff may update their own pages and track users.
Server OS Master Image Build
Design and engineer a master Windows Server image reducing new server deployment time by 75%