decision gate


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decision gate

[di′sizh·ən ‚gāt]
(electronics)
(navigation)
In an instrument landing, that point along the path at which the pilot must decide to land or to execute a missed-approach procedure.
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The project management methodology used within Bapco involves a stepwise process with phases and decision gates (decision points) between the phases.
The process is not rigorous and linear, but its documents serve as "decision gates" leading to selection and approval.
* Decision gates with measurable criteria for moving forward are defined.
After identifying the organization's need for a new site (from regional deployment planning), site selection usually requires eight steps, or "decision gates," as detailed below:

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