The Statement of Work (SOW) is the most important part of the project because it not only is a written research “contract” between the team and their client, but it also provides clear understanding of the research plan, tasks, and responsibilities among the team members.

Working on the Project Overview:
Introduce briefly the project, problem, or challenge you will be addressing.
Using information from the literature, the client’s proposal, the client’s website, and your Due Diligence project, introduce and provide context for the research by discussing and defining the larger community or social issue surrounding the specific issue/opportunity/problem – usually 1-2 paragraphs.
Provide specific information about your topic and groups that may be most affected and why this problem is important.  Include a statement about the community/neighborhood that led to your team taking up the challenge.


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