A scoping document can be written by writing about the project including justification, product, deliverables and objectives. A scoping document is important for project managers because it helps them by guiding them towards making intelligent decisions throughout the duration of a work project.
The more information that a project manager can have at the beginning of a project, then the more adaptable that project manager can be when problems arise later on. Almost all projects will come with complications and demands that attempt to change the scope of the project in some ways.
A scope document should be written in a way that established a sort of contract between the project team and the customer. It will identify the work that is to be done and what the deliverables will be as well as the potential gains, costs and success measures.
A scope statement should always be approved by the customer and the project sponsor. It should also not include any confidential information, such as the budgeted costs from the supplier. This information should appear in the private scoping document for the company, but not in the scoping document for the customer. Within the project justification information, the scoping document will need to clearly show the market demand, demonstrate business need, prove customer request and discuss any and all legal requirements.