The following Critical Design Review (CDR) documents comprise the Design Baseline of the form. No single document presents the entire design; all three documents must be used together to understand the complete design.
Please Note: Information concerning forms in development is posted as soon as a proposed form is "baselined" to provide as much lead time as possible. However, users need to be aware that while these forms are 90-95 percent complete, some changes will occur during the development process. Such changes will be posted in the updated Data Analysis Template (DAT) when the form is released to production.
Forms Development Information
Information on forms in development.
Forms Development Request Sheet
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Form Prototype - DAT/DAT NOTES
The prototype must be used in conjunction with the DAT and DAT notes to obtain a full understanding of the design.
- Adobe Prototype Form - developed based on the Requirements Baseline of the form to provide a visual working model for use during the design review. It is not intended to be a completed version of the form. It contains some, but not all of the business rules and validations.
Note: The prototype is not updated with changes resulting from the design review and thus may not reflect the most current design of the form.
- Data Analysis Template (DAT) - describes the data elements on the form, their properties, business rules and validations. The DAT is updated with decisions made during the design review, thus is an up-to-date presentation of the design.
- DAT Notes - presents decisions made during the requirements and design phases. The DAT notes provide the delta between the DAT and the prototype.
A final update of the form documentation, including the schema, will be added to the "Forms in Production" section when the form is placed into production.