Review the projectís accomplishments and results
at selected project milestones.
Refer to the Measurement and Analysis
process area for more information about providing measurement
Refer to the Project Planning process area for
more information about identifying major milestones.
Milestones are pre-planned events or times at
which a thorough review of status is conducted to understand how well
stakeholder requirements are being met. (If the project includes a
developmental milestone, then the review is conducted to ensure that the
assumptions and requirements associated with that milestone are being
met.) Milestones may be associated with the overall project or a
particular service type or instance. Milestones can thus be event based or
Milestone reviews are planned during project
planning and are typically formal reviews.
Progress reviews and milestone reviews need not
be held separately. A single review can address the intent of both. For
example, a single pre-planned review can evaluate progress, issues, and
performance up through a planned time period (or milestone) against the
- Documented milestone review
- Conduct milestone reviews with relevant
stakeholders at meaningful points in the projectís schedule, such as the
completion of selected stages.
Managers, staff members, customers, end users,
suppliers, and other relevant stakeholders are included in milestone
reviews as appropriate.
- Review commitments, the plan, status, and
risks of the project.
reviews may include an analysis of measurements collected for customer
- Identify and document significant issues and
- Document results of the review, action
items, and decisions.
- Track action items to