Brilliant! [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] and No, you're not getting paid for this.
Really now [img]images/icons/confused.gif[/img] James Bach, Cem Kaner, Joanna Rothman, for starters. Or, search the methodologies forum above.
In your review of all the information available on the web, what essentials have you noted? Has QA ever been done in your organization before? Or perhaps by someone in your organization in a previous career. Perhaps you could learn from those you already know.
Just an FYI for you. If you ask v-e-r-y b-r-o-a-d questions, you will either get v-e-r-y b-r-o-a-d answers or very snippy answers [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
If you find a simple explanation on QA - its probably incorrect. QA is an extensive subject that requires some effort and time to learn. There are many avenues that can be taken to get to the final test completed.
Not really, just something to get me started. I've looked at some resources across the net and they have a lot of information on them. I'm trying to figure out what the essentials are and begin from there. So a template with what must be included in a proposal for QA would be a good start, just the essentials (what just has to be there).