BITMAP is a handy list of things to think about while building software.
It's meant as a starting point to get teams to focus on their whole workflow, and not just code.
Your particular situation might mean that some bits are more relavent than others, or that important things are missing, so I encourage you to use this as a basis for your own version.
BITMAP can be used to aid thinking and discussions at any point in your development process, and at every level from epics and stories to lines and commits.
BITMAP stands for:
Missing requirements, information or data
There's more detail in the downloadable versions below.