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Hello Professor and Class,
I would conduct three things upon project closure: confirm project completion, review all contracts and documentation, and archive documentation. Just declaring a project complete is not sufficient. I would meet with all team leads and stakeholders to actually confirm the same. When reviewing all contracts and documentation, I would verify that all contractors are paid and that they have fulfilled contractual obligations. Finally, I will archive documentation so that references can be made to it for any similar projects going forward. This can be part of lessons learned documentation.
If the project sponsor is still not convinced, I will simply archive all the project documentation. Archiving records is very important because you always have a point of reference. The archive serves as project artifacts that can always be referred to, and it provides an audit trail of sorts.