Best practices for non-shutdown backlog targets

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Target for backlog

•Total backlog 4 – 6 weeks – Includes all approved work
Target for backlog
•Planning backlog 2 – 4 weeks – All work on which planning has started
•Planned backlog 2 – 4 weeks – All work that is ready to schedule
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