Title Page

  • Project Name

  • Focus Area

  • Conducted on (Date and Time)

  • Project Closure Date

  • Project Manager (Full Name)


Project Overview

  • Provide project background and overview

  • Budget


  • Describe how the project team was able to adhere to governance criteria


  • Was an implementation review conducted?

  • Are all the project benefits still on track?

  • Will there be a closure document?

  • Have all the stakeholders authorized the project closure?

  • No pending or open issues because of the project?

  • Unaddressed Issues
  • Risk

  • RAG Status

  • Do you have a list of lessons learned?

  • Have adequate arrangements been made for the handover of the new or updated systems/processes?

  • Has the project budget been finalized?

  • Are all the project resources released?

  • Have all the post-project activities are complete?

  • Handover is complete for all deliverable?

  • All deliverable are accepted and signed off by the client?

  • Final project status reports are complete ?

  • All financial processes and reports are complete ?

  • Project review is done?

  • Staff performance evaluations and reports completed?

  • Staff employment on project terminated (no more work is done on the project)?

  • All supply contracts and processes are terminated?

  • Site operations and facilities used for project closed down?

  • Disposal of all equipment and materials is done?

  • Communication: Announcement of completion of a project (internal, external and public relations contacts)?

  • Completion of storage for all the project files?

  • Overall Performance
  • Details of baselined scope

  • Date of change

  • Details of approved change to business requirement


  • Recommendations

  • Project Manager (Full Name and Signature)

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