Up One Level


Functional Requirements Specification

 

A comprehensive document, detailing what is required of an installation to meet the business needs of users. Such a document can run to considerable length and would normally be prepared by Analysts, who can speak the language of both business and IT; effectively, they act as interpreters between technical and non-technical areas.

As a basic principle, developments within commercial enterprises should be user-driven. The first step is to devise a 'Functional Specification', also known as the 'Functional Requirements Specification', ('FRS'). This leads naturally to the 'Technical Specification' and then, if necessary, to a 'Request For Proposal' ('RFP').


*** The Information Security Glossary ***
Previous PageTop of this pageNext Page



Buy Now:

 

This Glossary forms part of the RUsecure Security Policy Suite... visit RUsecure Security Policy World
Use of the guidance contained within RUsecure™ is subject to the End User Licence Agreement
This site created with EasyHTMLHelp(tm) for MS Word
 Risk Associates: Resources for Security Risk Analysis, ISO 17799 / BS7799, Security Policies and Security Audit