This chapter provides the information from the Initiating a Project (IP) activities and assembles the Project Initiation Documentation. The Quality Management Strategy takes the customer's quality expectations, the quality standards of both the customer and supplier, and the project approach, and defines how the customer's quality expectations be achieved. Risk Management Strategy describes how risks identified and managed during the project. The Risk Management Strategy with Project Assurance to confirm that it meets the needs of the Project Board. Configuration Management Strategy defines where and how project management and specialist products stored, how they can identify and how access to them can be controlled. The Communication Management Strategy defines the communication lines between the project management team and corporate or programme management, stake-holders, and any other interested parties. The project control establishes control points for the project based on the project's size, criticality, risk situation, the customer's and supplier's control standards.