Complete the Project Name, Project Manager Name, and Project Description fields For each issue identified, complete the following: ID: A unique ID number used to identify the issue in the issue tracking log. "Current Status: This column should be populated with the issue's current status.
Open: The issue is currently open but has not yet been addressed.
Work In Progress: The issue is being actively worked to develop a resolution.
Closed: The issue is no longer considered an active project threat and can be closed with or without resolution.
Some other potential options include:
Late: The issue resolution is not yet resolved and it is past the expected resolution date.
On Hold: The issue has been put on hold.
Combined: Two issues found to be similar have been combined."
"Priority: This column should be populated with the priority of the issue. Valid options include the following: High, Medium, Low. These are defined as follows:
Critical: Issue will stop project progress if not resolved.
High: Issue will likely move the project back in terms of budget or timeline, or will materially affect quality or scope.
Medium: Issue will have material effect on project, has potential to be moved to high category and/or requires significant resources to manage.
Low: Issue is expected to have a moderate effect on the project, but will require resources to address."
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