Assumptions and restrictions that are taken into account in the scope definition Once you are moving towards the context in which you work and have established a common understanding of the desired outcome, it is time to identify the scope of your work. Avoid Scope Creep – The BA should always be careful with changes. Any change must be questioned, questioned and evaluated in the right context. During the requirements assessment and analysis phase, the BA should place greater emphasis on the full determination of scope coverage through specifications and requirements templates. In-depth knowledge of the customer environment, business models and emerging trends also helps BA anticipate future changes and develop the right strategy. Bilateral agreements facilitate the reciprocal certificate of airworthiness of civil air products imported/exported between two signatory States. . . .