Any project report requirements document template to help me with?

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I am working on a project that concerns software development and i am the leader of the team that is working on the system. What i need is a report requirement document template that i can use to develop my project report to suit the project we are working on in order for the project to be a success. I wish a template to be given, can anyone help me with one?
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Any project report requirements document template to help me with?

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Report Template
 
Executive Summary:
 
Presents an overview of the requirements findings in a format that allows decision makers to make important decisions effectively and efficiently.
 
Introduction:
 
Introduces the major sections of the report as well as the primary people involved in conducting the requirements gathering and the techniques used in producing the report. The client is also clearly identified.
 
Background:
 
Describes any information that is needed to provide the reader with an understanding of the background, e.g., who initiated it and why.
 
Scope and Purpose:
 
Describes the scope and purpose(s) of the proposed product.
 
Methods and Instrumentation:
 
Describes the methods and techniques used to gather information, such as observations and surveys. Step-by-step descriptions of what was done should be provided. Describes all the instruments and tools that were used during this phase, and copies of the tools should be included in the Appendices.
 
Limitations, Questions and Issues:
 
Precise specification of questions, issues and problems. Spells out any limitations and issues concerning achievability and policy-dependent decisions, also describe threats to the reliability and validity of the instruments used in requirements gathering (e.g., questionnaires, interview protocols, or focus group protocols). List "non-requirements" to tell the difference between something you forgot, and something you do not need. Clarity and detail are needed to enable useful answers.
 
Results:
 
Spells out the findings; list all the determined requirements in sufficient detail for clear understanding. Graphs, charts and statistics should be used wherever appropriate.
 
Recommendations:
 
Presents recommendations to achieve the Scope and Purpose based upon the Results given the Limitations, Questions and Issues.
 
References:
 
Lists the sources reviewed or consulted during the analysis.
 
Appendices:
 
Additional material for clarification, extention and informational purposes.

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