Husky Air

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Pilot Angel Project Initialize & Conceptualize Phase 1 Business Case Project Charter & Plan Phase 2 Charter and Plan
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Milestone: Planning Complete Execute & Control Phase 3 Analysis Collect Information & Requirements Admissions & Requirements Plan Design
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System Design Plan Interface Design Milestone: Design Complete Construction Database Creation User Interface Creation
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Program Operational Functions Pilot Records Plane Records Patient & Passenger Records Flight Records Medical Facility Records
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Reporting Features Milestone: System Creation Testing Test Plan Create Test Plan Approve Test Plan
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Create Testing Environment System Test Analyze Results MOV Evaluation Approve Results Milestone: System Fully Functional
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Implementation Training Create Training Plan Approve Training Plan Conduct Training Classes Milestone: Employees Fully Trained
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System Install Install Approved Install Milestone: System Fully Installed Close Phase 4 Husky Air
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