This section provides a detailed catalog of the potential components of a CPM scheduling tool. Each entry includes eight possible types of information related to the component and indicates whether the component is considered to be required, conditional, or optional by this practice standard. Required components are divided into four groups:

  • Core-required components (CRC, shown as “R” in Table 4-1),
  • Resource-required components (RRC),
  • EVM-required components (ERC), and
  • Risk-required components (KRC).

The requirements of the project determine which required components need to be present in a schedule model before a maturity assessment can be performed. The maturity assessment and conformance index are explained in detail ...

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