NA 147

DIN Standards Committee Quality Management, Statistics and Certification


Project management - Project management systems - Part 2: Processes, process model


The DIN 69901 series of standards, Parts 1 to 5, "Project management project management systems" applies to the network planning technique and other methods for sequence and schedule planning in project management and defines the associated terminology. The series of standards is applicable to projects, project management systems and project organisations of all kinds. The DIN 69901 series is based on the former DIN 6990x series of standards and combines the requirements. This part of the standard contains special specifications for project management processes and systems. The standard is applicable to both large, complex project management systems and smaller, simple systems and contributes to a common understanding of the terms used in project management. Projects deal with all kinds of undertakings, which results in a wide field of application of this standard. They differ in terms of objectives and products, size, complexity, time and effort required, type, number and qualification of participants and stakeholders. They are carried out by organisations of all sizes. Due to the multitude of conditions that apply from case to case, a wide variety of forms and structures of project management are required for the optimal preparation, planning and implementation of projects.



Planned document number

DIN 69901-2

Project number


Responsible national committee

NA 147-00-04 AA - project management 

previous edition(s)

Project management - Project management systems - Part 2: Processes, process model

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