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Click to edit Master subtitle style 6/13/11 Schedules Contracts
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6/13/11 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
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6/13/11 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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6/13/11 Work Breakdown Structure Each task is broken down into subtasks that can be performed in simple terms Example: Stack Soda Cans Collect Soda Cans 2 hours Layout first tier of soda cans 1 hour Stack Second Tier 1 hour Check alignment 0.25 hour
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