Capturing and documenting requirements is a key step to determining core functionality of a new information system that meets program needs. These resources will help you document and validate requirements based on program needs to provide a key input in the procurement process.
Requirements tool downloads
Document system differences to inform comparison
Identifying potential gaps between reports currently used by an IIS/immunization program and those available in another system can help identify action needed; these gaps should be reviewed with your solution vendor to determine next steps. This tool is provided as a starting point to be leveraged and modified as needed to suit a jurisdiction's needs.
Understand baseline IIS requirements
This brief report offers an introduction to IIS baseline requirements and an overview of how programs can leverage the accompanying requirements artifacts below to better understand their own needs and requirements.
Develop and track baseline IIS requirements
Capture project requirements and provide traceability throughout the project lifecycle.
Explore core functions, capabilities and attributes of IIS
The IIS Functional Model presents a common framework and terminology for conveying and communicating the core functions, capabilities and attributes of a fully functioning IIS.
Assess IIS features against the Functional Model
Programs can use this interactive workbook to 1) help assess and identify possible enhancements to their IIS, and 2) to help prioritize enhancements leveraging the prioritization criteria and six-sigma scoring framework included within the workbook.