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An example of project closeout letter

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Can someone point me to a link containing an example of a project closeout form, or at least list its contents (what it should include).

I assume the project closeout letter is the same thing as the project closeout form, am I right?
asked 3 years ago by anonymous

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There is no such thing as a project closeout letter, it is actually a small form, containing all the objectives of the project, and below every objective, all the deliverables.

So you have something like:

Project Name
Start Date
End Date

- Objective #1
-- Deliverable #1
-- Deliverable #2
-- Deliverable #3
- Objective #2
-- Deliverable #1
-- Deliverable #2
-- Deliverable #3
etc...

"I hereby agree that the project is completely done according to my requirements" (or a similar sentence)

From the client: (Usually the client or someone from the client's organization, such as an IT Managers, signs here)

Name:
Signature:
Date:

From the company: (Usually the project manager signs here)

Name:
Signature:
Date:

The project closeout form is also called the acceptance form or the acceptance document.
answered 3 years ago by TheManager (6,220 points)

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