Software Quality Assurance (SQA) Activities

Software Quality Assurance (SQA) is defined as conformance to explicitly and implicitly stated functional and performance requirement, characteristics that are expected of all professionally developed software.

Software Quality Assurance (SQA) Activities-:
The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) recommends a set of SQA activities that deal with quality assurance planning oversight, record keeping, and analysis and reporting. These activities are performed (or facilities)

1] Prepare SQA Plan-: Prepare plan for project

2] Participate in the development of the project-: Selects process for the work to be performed

3] Review software engineering activities-: Identifies documents and track deviation from the  process

4] Audit designed software work product-: Verifies the corrections have been made and report

5] Ensure the deviation-: Deviation may be encountered in the project plan process, process

6] Record non compliance and report to senior-: Items are tracked until they are resolved

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