One-time Costs

One-time costs may include :
(1) Internal and external personnel costs for project activities
(2) Acquisition costs for equipment covering software, hardware that will become part of the system or that will be used to support the system development or training
(3) Operating costs during the project including computer processing time, network charges, space allocations and lease of any special equipment
(4) Transition costs such as: disruption to business processes, special announcements to staff and customers, reorganisation towards new business processes, job redesigns, hiring or reassigning staff.

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AC Meader

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