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For the above-mentioned question, CMMI Consultants may take inputs from the following:
Acquisition Verification (AVER) process area helps in confirming that the selected work products or service perform as they are intended to perform as per the requirements specified for these products and services.
Acquisition Verification involves the following activities:
Following are some examples of input to the Acquisition Verification:
Outputs created during the implementation of the Acquisition Verification activities are as under:
The above is not an exhaustive coverage of the Acquisition Verification (AVER) CMMI Process Area but is substantive enough to create a good foundation of the Acquisition Verification process in an organization.
Source: CMMI for Acquisition Version 1.3
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