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PRG 211 Week 2 Program Solution Proposal.docx

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Date Created: 11/06/15
Program Solution Proposal Program Solution Proposal PRG/211 Program Solution Proposal Introduction  Unit 121 has a military flag football team here at Yongsan­Garrison located in  Seoul South Korea. This is part of a base flag football team that maintains scores and a  fairly accurate account of schedules, wins and losses. The football league is made up of several units throughout the military installation and neighboring bases and players  mostly volunteer. Although all units do not have a team the ones that were able to  organize a team comprised 16 individual teams. Problem  The teams are cleared to have uniforms purchased at their own expense but  other equipment is supplied from military recreation and its equipment manager. This  equipment includes balls, field markings, scoreboard, flags and uniforms for teams that  aren’t equipped. Military recreation also supplies the referees and other miscellaneous  items used for game play. The equipment manager is accountable for supplying the  equipment as well as scheduling and keeping tally of the wins and losses of the teams.  Yearly equipment is lost, damaged or missing of some sort and new equipment must be ordered to satisfy demand. This means ordering from several locations to find the best  price as well as supplies for the military. Ordering equipment from various sources means equipment does not always  reach military recreation on­time. There has been an instance where equipment was not readily available for players and the referees would have to allow certain informalities to  Program Solution Proposal occur like players playing with no flags or wrong jerseys. Ordering of equipment needs  to be in­order so players can practice as well as play games correctly. A solution to this  problem is to find a vendor that supplies all the equipment needed for play. This vendor  should be local, carry all equipment needed and deliver in a timely manner.  Solution By creating a modular program the new equipment manager will be able to have  a database of every player and team. Using the database the equipment manager can  send an exact list of items needed for the season prior to it starting directly to the  vendor for ordering. The Programming Development Life Cycle (PDLC) will be the conductor to  generating the program. It will be as follows:   Analyze requirements  Design the program  Program code  Document and test the system  Operate and maintain the system Utilizing the modular program created the programmers will be able to  interchange parts of the program as updated code is needed. This will allow for changes as the league changes each year with different equipment. The modular program will  also allow for troubleshooting if problems arise with the program.  Conclusion Putting this modular program in place the current equipment manager as well as users of the program can easily order and receive equipment prior to the season beginning.  Program Solution Proposal References  Byu, Son LI. (2011). Equipment Manager. Yongsan­Garrison, Seoul South Korea Program Solution Proposal W RITTEN ASSIGNMENT F EEDBACK Student/Group Name(s) XXXXX XXXXX Date 12/03/2011 Course PRG 211 Assignment Week 2 Content/Development Subject Matter:  Key elements of assignments covered  Content is comprehensive/accurate/persuasive  Displays an understanding of relevant theory 3/3  Major points supported by specific details/examples  Research is adequate/timely  Writer has gone beyond textbook for resources Higher-Order Thinking:  Writer compares/contrasts/integrates theory/subject matter with work environment/experience  At an appropriate level, the writer analyzes and synthesizes theory/practice to develop new ideas and ways of conceptualizing and performing 1.2/2 Organization  The introduction provides a sufficient background on the topic and previews 1.8/2 major points  Central theme/purpose is immediately Program Solution Proposal clear  Structure is clear, logical, and easy to follow  Subsequent sections develop/support the central theme  Conclusion/recommendations follow logically from the body of the paper Style/Mechanics Format--10% 3/3  Citations/reference page follow guidelines  Properly cites ideas/info from other sources  Paper is laid out effectively--uses, heading and other reader-friendly tools  Paper is neat/shows attention to detail Grammar/Punctuation/Spelling--10%  Rules of grammar, usage, punctuation are followed  Spelling is correct Readability/Style--10%  Sentences are complete, clear, and concise  Sentences are well-constructed with consistently strong, varied structure  Transitions between sentences/paragraphs/sections help maintain the flow of thought  Words used are precise and unambiguous  The tone is appropriate to the audience, content, and assignment Comments / Grade Program Solution Proposal You scored 9 out of 10. You did fine and the reply to the individual assignment is substantive. For the program development cycle, users, programmer, system analyst, network administrators, database administrators and testers are involved along with managerial level(s) people. References and conclusion were provided. Overall you did fine job here.


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