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    Technical Assignment vs. Scope Statement

    Hello, everybody,
    I need an answer. I need to know exactly how American technical specialists name documents where the requirements for development of some technical product are specified. And how do they name a document stating the task for development of products? I understand that I should use some expression from the following:
    -Technical Assignment (Is it task for development?)
    -Scope Statement (Is it also task for development?)
    -Statement of Work (Is it also task for development?)
    -Specification. (Is it requirements for development?)
    What is the difference between Technical Assignment, Scope Statement, Statement of Work?
    I need a right, exact title for the Task for development and Requirements for development.
    Thanx a lot.

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    Re: Technical Assignment vs. Scope Statement

    Technical Assignment - the job to be done.
    -Scope Statement - how big, what is the scope or range of the job
    -Statement of Work - work required to do the job
    -Specification. - Details of the job

    Probably. Someone else may know better.

    Not a teacher

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