Definition: RACI is a project management and change management tool that can be used for identifying and assigning roles and responsibilities.
RA(S)CI is an acronym:
R - Responsible. The owner of the problem/project.
A - to whom R is Accountable. Must sign/approve the work before it is OK.
S - can be Supportive. Can provide resources or help in another way.
C - should be Consulted. Has necessary information or capability.
I - should be Informed. Must be notified of results, but not consulted.
Typically communicated via a RACI table or chart.
Also called: Responsibility Assigment Chart.


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