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Importance of Good Schedule In addition to assigning dates to project activities, project scheduling is intended to match the resources of equipment, materials and labor with project work tasks over time. Good scheduling can eliminate problems due to production bottlenecks, facilitate the timely procurement of necessary materials, and otherwise insure the completion of a project as soon as possible. In contrast, poor scheduling can result in considerable waste as laborers and equipment wait for the availability of needed resources or the completion of preceding tasks. Delays in the completion of an entire project due to poor scheduling can also create havoc for owners who are eager to start using the constructed facilities.
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Schedule Contract lists each Contract Line Item Number (CLIN) with a performance period CLINs are funded tasks within the contract CLINs may be options (executed if enough money or deemed necessary) Performance period is how long the task is expected to take.
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2011 for the course CE 190W taught by Professor G during the Spring '11 term at GWU.

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