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| <mainDescription>The nature of DSDM projects means that low-level requirements are not necessarily fixed when the developers are originally
|approached to carry out the work. Hence the short-term direction that a project takes must be quickly decided without
|recourse to restrictive change control procedures. The stakeholders include not only the business and development staff
|within the project, but also other staff such as Service Delivery or resource managers.
| When development is procured from an external supplier, both the vendor and the purchaser organisations should aim for
| as efficient a process as possible while allowing for flexibility during both the pre-contract phase and when the
| contracted work is carried out.