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Can you explain to me what is meant by the term Acceptance Criteria in Prince2?

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I am struggling to find this on the web.
asked Mar 27, 2015 in PRINCE2 by Chris Corr (9,310 points)  

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Here is an extract form the Prince2 Glossary, which defines Acceptance Criteria. A prioritised list of criteria that the final product(s) must meet before the customer will accept them; a measurable definition of what must be done for the final product to be acceptable to the customer. They should be defined as part of the Project Brief and agreed between customer and supplier no later than the project initiation stage. They should be documented in the Project Initiation Document.
answered Mar 27, 2015 by Chris Corr (9,310 points)