Uniquely identifies the project and the work order.
2. Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) identification
Identifies the activity (in the project plan) associated with this work order. Effort expended on this work order
will be allocated to this activity for tracking.
Organizational positions responsible for fulfilling the work order.
4. Associated Change Requests
References to Change Requests that are associated with this work order (those that were the stimulus for it or
those that will be fixed coincidentally).
The schedule covers the estimated start and completion dates, and the critical path completion date.
6. Effort and other resources
Addresses the staff-hours, total and over time, as well as other resource budgets; for example, development
environment time, test environment time.
7. Description of work and expected outputs
Describes what is to be done and what is to be produced-references the Rational Unified Process description of the
tasks to be performed and work products to be produced, or the development case, as appropriate.
8. Indication of agreement between Project Manager and responsible staff
The work order should be signed and dated by the holder of the responsible position (usually a team lead) and the