Agile Contracts

An agile contract is a type of contract is used to manage the relationships between the customer and the suppliers, and to help them work together more effectively. An agile contract typically contains three parts:

1. The Customer Requirements Document (CRD)

2. The Statement of Work (SOW)

3. The Acceptance Criteria

The CRD is a document that describes the customer’s needs and requirements. It is used by the suppliers to understand what the customer wants, and to make sure that they are able to deliver the right product or service. The SOW is a document that describes the work that needs to be done in order to meet the customer’s requirements. It includes a detailed description of the tasks that need to be completed, as well as the timeline for each task. The Acceptance Criteria is a document that describes how the supplier will know if they have met the customer’s requirements. It includes a list of criteria that must be met in order for the customer to be satisfied with the product or service.

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