Definitions for "Deliverable"
Capable of being, or about to be, delivered; necessary to be delivered.
documents expected to be developed in a given work segment of a project. They are delivered to specified person(s) or organization(s).
Capabilities or tasks that describe what IONA provides to a customer and/or what IONA will do for a customer.
Keywords:  bullpen, imc, physician, session, prior
Current action(s) needed from IMC physician as that Session or Bullpen period as it relates to the prior IMC action plan or as directed by the client
something that can be provided as the product of development; "under this contract the deliverables include both software and hardware"
a product that is exchanged between the supplier and customer organisations (both ways)
The product or documentation resulting from an application development stage.
In a contract, thses are the expected results of the services provided.
a reviewable result produced from the execution of a work step in a methodology. In systems development, a deliverable can take the form of either a document (usually a formal or informal report or working paper), a computer file or an executable program. Its intent is to substantiate that the work has been completed according to the methodology (see Methodology).
a unit of work that is completed by a single individual, usually in one work session
Keywords:  ready, suitable
suitable for or ready for delivery
an aspect of a proposal that the provider commits to do or supply, usually and preferably clearly measurable.
Describes securities which meet standards of futures contracts as to quality, maturity, principal amount and coupon rate and which may be physically delivered to satisfy the contract.
a pair consisting of a program together with its correctness proof, which is modeled using strong types
Keywords:  settled, cash, goods, handing, over
Settled by handing over goods rather than cash.