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A project manager is approached by the major stakeholder in the project and is asked to reduce the time for the scheduled completion of the project. The project manager reviews the project plans and the progress that has been made on the project. He or she decides that the best approach to solving this problem is to fast track the project until the new project completion date can be achieved. Which of the following will be done by the project manager?

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