Quality Management Plan - D1.1
- 1. UPC
The Quality Management Plan describes the Management and Quality control processes to be used in the project, and in particular to ensure that the project will accomplish its objectives successfully. Moreover, the document covers all the steps, proceedings and individual responsibilities to guarantee high-quality results in accordance with the Description of Action. Also, it provides a Risk Management plan. The governance structure chapter identifies the different project bodies, as well as the multiple Work Packages with their respective Work Package Leaders and Task Leaders. In addition, all the documentation required over the course of the project is reflected, and they are established in the Grant Agreement. The Quality chapters assist in understanding the different indicators to be reached, describing the content and its owners, as well as the instruments needed to be able to perform such control. The document also provides a risk management plan; identifying new risks, evaluating, analysing and assessing the risks, including a member responsible for each risk detected. Moreover, corrective actions and decisions are proposed in order to the correct deviations from the project implementation. The annexes include relevant templates or information for the project implementation as well as essential definitions such as Key Performance indicators owners (KPIs) or deliverables peer-reviewers.