TELOS (project management)

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TELOS is an acronym in project management used to define five areas of feasibility that determine whether a project should run or not.[1][2]

  1. T - Technical - Is the project technically possible?
  2. E - Economic - Can the project be afforded? Will it increase profit?
  3. L - Legal - Is the project legal?
  4. O - Operational - How will the current operations support the change?
  5. S - Scheduling - Can the project be done in time?

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  1. ^ James Hall (23 August 2010). Information Technology Auditing. Cengage Learning. p. 188. ISBN 1-133-00804-6. 
  2. ^ P. M. Heathcote (April 2005). 'A' Level Computing. Payne Gallway. p. 176. ISBN 978-1-903112-21-2.