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									              LCLS Ultrafast Science Instruments
                            (LUSI)

                         Project Management Control System



                                  Felix B. Fernandez – Project Controls
                                               August, 2008




LUSI DOE Review August 20, 2008
PMCS Overview             p. 1                                               Felix B. Fernandez
                                                                          fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                                  PMCS
    Topics:

               System Overview

               PMCS Development Process

               PMCS Current Status

               Summary and Questions




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PMCS Overview             p. 2               Felix B. Fernandez
                                          fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                                  PMCS Overview
    The LUSI Project Management Control System:

               Complies with DOE Order 413.3A

               Complies with the 32 criteria from ANSI/EIA-748-A

               Complies with the LUSI Project Execution Plan

               Modeled after the LCLS Project PMCS




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PMCS Overview             p. 3                                    Felix B. Fernandez
                                                               fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                                  PMCS Overview




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PMCS Overview             p. 4                       Felix B. Fernandez
                                                  fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                                  PMCS Overview

                                    SLAC/LCLS         SLAC
                                      PMCS          Accounting
                                    Procedures       System




                                       Schedule
                                       Baseline




              Schedule                  Analysis    Cost
               Reports                   Tool      Reports
                                       “Hammer”



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                                                       fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                                  PMCS Overview
LUSI PMCS is defined and controlled by LCLS Procedures:

           Earned Value Management System Description – LCLS 1.1-015

           CA and WP Planning Procedure – LCLS 1.1-018

           Change Control Procedure – LCLS 1.1-019

           Project Schedule Procedure – LCLS 1.1-020

           Cost Estimating Procedure – LCLS 1.1-021

           Monthly Status and Reporting Procedure – LCLS 1.1-022

           Subcontract Management Procedure – LCLS 1.1-023



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                                                                   fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                                     PMCS Overview
    Using Primavera (P3) as the Scheduling tool

               Have established a Project group with supporting
               project files maintained independently:

                  LUSI Project Group
                            Project Management (SLAC)
                            XPP Instrument (SLAC)
                            CXI Instrument (SLAC)
                            XCS Instrument (SLAC)
                            Diagnostics and Common Optics (SLAC)
                            Controls and Data Acquisition (SLAC)
                            XPP and XCS Detector Systems (BNL)


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                                                                   fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                                  PMCS Overview
    Using Cobra as the Budgeting tool

               Have created a Cobra project file for MIE funded
               effort.

               The project also uses a web based tool called the
               “PMCS Hammer” that integrates Primavera, Cobra
               and Accounting data.

               The “PMCS Hammer” is updated monthly following
               the month end cycle and provides team members a
               way of accessing/analyzing their data and writing their
               VARs.
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                                                               fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                                  PMCS Overview




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                                                  fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                                  PMCS Overview




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                                                  fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                        PMCS Development Process




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                                                   fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

         Define Schedule and Budget assumptions
         Finalize the WBS, WBS Dictionary
         Finalize a Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM)
         Finalize the Milestone Hierarchy and Dictionary
         Finalize the set of SLAC/BNL Resources and Rates
         Finalize the resource loaded Integrated Master Schedule
         Use the Schedule baseline to create a Budget baseline
         Establish a prelim Performance Measurement Baseline


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                                                           fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

         Schedule Assumptions
               Within the funding limitations, get to an Early Science capability
               with the Instruments as early as possible.
               Establish priority order of Instruments as XPP, CXI and XCS.
               Establish multiple CD-4 milestones, one for each Instrument.
               Components not required for Early Science operations can be
               installed for final CD-4 milestone.
               Establish multiple CD-3 milestones to allow procurement of
               components for each Instrument as early as possible.
               Establish a complete performance measurement baseline for all
               project equipment and conduct one CD-2.
               Assume a Long Lead Authorization approval for Key critical
               components following CD-2 and prior to CD-3.

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                                                                          fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

         Budget Assumptions
            Plan for an MIE funding profile of:




               Plan for a Continuing Resolution for the first half of FY2009
               (approx. $500k/month).
               The balance of FY2009 funding will be available in the third
               quarter($12M).
               Use Resources and Rates (Direct/Indirect) provided by SLAC
               and BNL.



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PMCS Overview             p. 14                                           Felix B. Fernandez
                                                                       fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

    Project WBS and WBS Dictionary

               The Work Breakdown Structure has been placed under change
               control
                     PM-391-000-96


               The WBS Dictionary has been updated to reflect the latest
               structure and has been placed under change control
                     PM-391-001-12


               The Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM) has been
               developed that identifies Control Accounts and CA Managers




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PMCS Overview             p. 15                                           Felix B. Fernandez
                                                                       fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

          Control Account Managers

                T. Fornek                - WBS 1.1 Project Management

                J. Langton               - WBS 1.2 XPP Instrument *

                P. Montanez              - WBS 1.3 CXI Instrument

                E. Bong                  - WBS 1.4 XCS Instrument *

                E. Ortiz                 - WBS 1.5 Diagnostics & Common Optics

                G. Haller                - WBS 1.6 Controls & Data Acquisition

                Niels van Bakel          - WBS 1.2.03 & 1.4.03 BNL Detectors

            * Except for BNL Detector effort



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                                                                                 fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

    Project Milestone Hierarchy and Dictionary

               The Milestone Hierarchy has been created and defines the
               relationship between the levels of milestones.
               Six levels of milestones have been identified
                     Level 1 & 2 - DOE
                     Level 3 – Project
                     Level 4 – Instruments/Systems
                     Level 5 – Interface / Handoff
                     Level 6 – Commitments / Awards
               The Milestone Dictionary has been developed to assure a
               thorough understanding of agreements

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                                                                     fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process




            Several types of Level 5, Interface / Handoff Milestones have been
                      defined and represent contractual agreements.
                  LUSI is currently monitoring 904 Interface Milestones

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                                                                         fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process




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                             PMCS Development Process




       Level 6 milestones have been identified as the Awards of subcontracts /
             procurements and supports funding reconciliations efforts.
         Planning when the budget is to be spent will support performance
                                    measurement.
                 LUSI is currently monitoring 224 Award Milestones.


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                                                                      fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process




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                                                        fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

    Project Resources and Rates

               Define a set of Resources for effort to be performed by SLAC
               with the appropriate planning rates.
               Define a set of Resources for effort to be performed by BNL with
               the appropriate planning rates.
               Use the appropriate indirect rates, as defined by SLAC/BNL, and
               apply to the direct rates as defined.
               Apply a consistent escalation to activities as they get scheduled.
                     The Bay Area uses a 4% escalation rate for labor
                     Used standard 2.3% escalation for non-labor




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                                                                         fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

     Integrated Schedule Development Process

               Use WBS as foundation to assure 100% of scope covered

               Define the detailed tasks required to accomplish the scope

               Define the required resources to accomplish the tasks
                     Based on the detailed Basis of Estimates


               Define the optimal logic relationships between tasks

               Incorporate all levels of DOE and Project milestones

               Incorporate all Interface / handoff milestones.

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                                                                       fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process
   Integrated Schedule Development Process (cont.)

              Validate links to confirm timephasing and float calculations are
              accurate and appropriate.

              Where applicable, base activity durations on recent LCLS and/or
              related experience.

              Define and use standard calendars throughout with all the
              appropriate non-work days.

              Plan for a standard work week (8 hours/day & 5 days/week)
              except where appropriate.

              Develop flexible and appropriate activity coding for reporting and
              summarizations
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                                                                         fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

     Integrated Schedule Development Process (cont.)
               Because the project recognizes the importance of managing
               schedule contingency like it manages money contingency, blocks
               of time will be built into the schedule to mitigate the inevitable
               schedule issues.

               These reserves of time will be planned as activity relationship
               lags between the Project controlled Level 3 milestones and the
               DOE controlled Level 2 milestones.

               These blocks of schedule contingency were used during the
               development of the detail schedules and were removed to set
               preliminary baseline dates. The blocks will be added back into
               the schedule to impose control over float utilization.


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                                                                        fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

         The project has reserved time between DOE level 2
         milestones and DOE level 1 milestones to allow for DOE
         processing:

              “Project Ready” + 40 days = DOE Review + 40 days = CD-3a
              “Project Ready” + 60 days = DOE Review + 40 days = CD-4a

              “Project Ready” + 40 days = DOE Review + 40 days = CD-3b
              “Project Ready” + 60 days = DOE Review + 40 days = CD-4b

              “Project Ready” + 40 days = DOE Review + 40 days = CD-3c
              “Project Ready” + 60 days = DOE Review + 40 days = CD-4a


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                                                                  fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

         For the purposes of managing Total Float, time reserves
         will be set aside between project level 3 milestones and
         DOE level 2 milestones:

              “Project Ready” + 40 days = DOE Review + 40 days = CD-3a
              “Project Ready” + 60 days = DOE Review + 40 days = CD-4a

              “Project Ready” + 40 days = DOE Review + 40 days = CD-3b
              “Project Ready” + 60 days = DOE Review + 40 days = CD-4b

              “Project Ready” + 40 days = DOE Review + 40 days = CD-3c
              “Project Ready” + 60 days = DOE Review + 40 days = CD-4a


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                                                                  fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process




               Each one of the 3 Instruments will have 100 days of schedule
                      contingency controlled by the project office.
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                                                                        fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

         In addition to the WBS, project phase coding for each
         activity will facilitate the creation of summary schedules
         as well as define the budget work packages.
               Management / Administration

               Design / Engineering

               Procurement

               Subcontract

               Fabrication / Assembly

               Testing

               Installation

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                                                              fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

         Additional activity coding will facilitate sorting, filtering
         and additional summarizations

               Work Breakdown Structure
               Control Account number
               Work Package number
               Project Phase
               Milestone Level
               Control Account Manager name
               Performance Measurement Technique
               Earned Value Milestone (EVM) ID number
               EVM Weight
               Design Maturity
               Judgment Factor


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                                                                  fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

    Funding Reconciliation
               The project started with a “bottom-up” planning approach which
               required budget authority inconsistent with the levels that were
               established.


               Reconciliation required the identification of opportunities and the
               prioritizations of effort to adjust for funding issues at the lowest
               level.


               The project next used a iterative “top-down” approach to shift
               entire blocks of effort to optimize the schedule flow while
               accelerating the Instrument availability.


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                                                                           fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

               Once the schedule was iterated and a reasonable
               schedule was achieved that met the project objectives
               and stayed within the available funding, the
               preliminary schedule baseline was established.


               With a baseline established in the Primavera file, the
               next step was to import the schedule data into Cobra
               to create the budget baseline and to establish a
               preliminary performance measurement baseline
               (PMB).


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                                                               fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

               Control Account and Work Package planning is based
               entirely on the time-phasing as defined by the
               schedule.


               Work packages are based on the project phase and
               represents the cost collection intersection with the
               SLAC accounting system.


               The work package is the lowest level at which earned
               value is calculated.



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                                                              fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process

               The majority of the near term effort for the project will
               be focused on Engineering and Design.


               Procurement, Subcontract, Fabrication & Assembly,
               Testing and Installation work packages are coded as
               Planning Packages.


               The detail planning for work packages coded as
               planning packages will be reassessed at the
               appropriate time.



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                                                                  fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                             PMCS Development Process




        LUSI uses only a subset of the Performance Measurement Technique
      (PMT) codes used by Cobra to calculate Earned Value are coded into the
                             schedule as a reference


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                                                                    fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                                  PMCS Status




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                    Critical Decision Requirements
     •    Employ an Earned Value Management System that is compliant with
          ANSI/EIA-748-A-1998 for projects with a Total Project Cost or
          Environmental Management Total Project Cost greater than or equal to
          $20M. Projects having a Total Project Cost or Environmental Management
          Total Project Cost between $20M and $50M must have an Earned Value
          Management System that is self-certified by the contractor as ANSI/EIA-748
          -A-1998 compliant. Projects having a Total Project Cost or
          Environmental Management Total Project Cost greater than or equal to
          $50M require an ANSI/EIA-748-A-1998 compliant system certified by
          the Office of Engineering and Construction Management. For projects
          not required to utilize an Earned Value Management System (e.g., firm fixed
          -price contract projects), an alternative performance management system
          must be described in the Project Execution Plan.
           • Completed – SLAC/LCLS Project was reviewed and successfully
               demonstrated compliance at a review in June 2008
           • Subsequent to the June review a formal letter from DOE was received
               confirming the compliance of the SLAC Earned Value Management
               System.

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                                                                           fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                    Critical Decision Requirements




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                    Critical Decision Requirements
     •    Perform a Performance Baseline Validation External Independent Review or
          a Performance Baseline Validation Independent Project Review. External
          Independent Reviews are conducted by the Office of Engineering and
          Construction Management to validate the Performance Baseline for projects
          with a Total Project Cost or Environmental Management Total Project Cost
          greater than or equal to $100M. Independent Project Reviews are
          conducted by the Project Management Support Office to validate the
          Performance Baseline for projects with a Total Project Cost or
          Environmental Management Total Project Cost less than $100 M.
           • The Independent Review is to be accomplished as part of the CD-2
               review




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                                                                          fbf@slac.stanford.edu
                                  EIR Lines of Inquiry
    EIR ELEMENT                         COMMENT                                                       CD2
                                                                                                      Ready
    1. Work Breakdown Structure         PM-391-000-96 (Structure)                                         ü
    2. Project Cost & Resource Loaded   Working baselines set as of month end March 2008 for              ü
    Schedule                            both the schedule in P3 and the project cost in Cobra
    3. Cost & Schedule Assumptions      Covered in this presentation                                      ü
    4. Critical Path                    Critical paths for CD-4a, CD-4b and CD-4c available               ü
    5. Risk Management                  Mgmt presentation                                                 ü
    6. Funding Profile                  Mgmt presentation                                                 ü
    7. Project Controls/EVMS            Overview and status covered in this presentation                  ü
    8. Basis of Design                  Engineering presentation                                          ü
    9. Design Review                    Engineering presentation                                          ü
    10. System Functions & Reqs         Engineering presentation                                          ü
    11. Sustainability                  Not applicable                                                    ü
    12. Hazards Analysis                PM-391-001-01                                                     ü
    13. Value Management/Engineering    LUSI Value Management Plan (Doc No. PM-391-000-02)                ü
    14. Start-up Test Plan              SP-391-001-15, -16, -17 (XPP, CXI, XCS)                           ü
    15. Project Execution Plan          Draft ready for signature pending CD-2 review changes             ü
    16. Acquisition Strategy                                                                              ü
    17. Integrated Project Team         This presentation & the PEP                                       ü

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                                  PMCS Status




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                                        PMCS Status
    Using Primavera (P3) as the Scheduling tool

               Currently the statistics for the LUSI Project group with
               supporting project files are:

                  LUSI Project Group - 4131 activities & 6159 relationships
                            Project Management (SLAC) - 191 activities
                            XPP Instrument (SLAC) - 531 activities
                            CXI Instrument (SLAC) - 899 activities
                            XCS Instrument (SLAC) - 539 activities
                            Diagnostics and Common Optics (SLAC) - 599 activities
                            Controls and Data Acquisition (SLAC) - 1297 activities
                            XPP and XCS Detector Systems (BNL) - 75 activities


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                        LUSI Project Summary Schedule




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                           LUSI Critical Paths/Envelopes

    Schedule Critical Path(s)
               Because each Instrument represents a separate major
               deliverable, critical paths have been identified and are
               being monitored to the Approve Start of Operations
               milestones:
                      CD-4a for the XPP Instrument
                      CD-4b for the CXI Instrument
                      CD-4c for the XCS Instrument
               As a general rule, critical paths/envelopes are
               regularly monitored for all three instruments and the
               two supporting systems.

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                                  XPP Schedule Critical Path

                                                                             Driving
                                                                           Milestones
                                                                          LL Approval,
                                                                          CD-3 & CD-4



                                                      Diffractometer
                                                      Design Effort




                                                             Diffractometer
                                                               Awards &
                                                             Vendor effort


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                                  XPP Schedule Critical Path

                                                                Diffractometer
                                                               deliveries to the
                                                                 Installation
                                                                     effort




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                                  CXI Schedule Critical Path



                                                                           Driving
                                                                         Milestones
                                                        KB Mirrors      LL Approval,
                                                      Reqmts/Design     CD-3 & CD-4
                                                          Effort


                                                                 KB Mirrors
                                                                 AWARD &
                                                               Vendor Design




                                                                       Post Vendor
                                                                         Effort and
                                                                        Installation


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                                  CXI Schedule Critical Path




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                                  XCS Schedule Critical Path



                                                                                    Driving
                                                                                  Milestones
                                                                                 LL Approval,
                                                                                 CD-3, CD-4 &
                                                                                 Funding M/S



                                          Delayed Design
                                           Start due to
                                             Funding


                                                   XCS Path moves
                                                       to DCO
                                                    Procurements

                                                            XCS Instrument
                                                           Installation effort

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                                  XCS Schedule Critical Path


                                           Design & initial
                                          procurement was
                                          completed for the
                                           XPP Instrument


                                                    Procurement of
                                                   DCO components
                                                   delayed to FY11
                                                    due to funding




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                                  XCS Schedule Critical Path




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                        DCO Schedule Critical Envelope




                                                  DCO has one design effort
                                                  and multiple procurements
                                                   to support the Instrument
                                                    reqmts. The project will
                                                  monitor strings of activities
                                                       with the least float




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                        DCO Schedule Critical Envelope




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                        CDA Schedule Critical Envelope




                                                  CDA has multiple deliveries
                                                   to the instruments and is
                                                     heavily driven by their
                                                    needs. The project will
                                                  monitor strings of activities
                                                       with the least float




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                        CDA Schedule Critical Envelope




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                                  PMCS Status




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                                  PMCS Status




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                                  PMCS Status




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                                  PMCS Status




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                                  PMCS Status




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                                  PMCS Hammer




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                              Statusing and Reporting

                                     SLAC/LCLS             SLAC
                                       PMCS              Accounting
                                     Procedures           System




                                        Schedule
                                        Baseline




              Schedule                   Analysis        Cost
               Reports                    Tool          Reports
                                        “Hammer”



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                              Statusing and Reporting




                                  LUSI Project data is now stored on the LCLS website.
           https://slacspace.slac.stanford.edu/sites/LCLS%20Document%20Storage/default.aspx
                                      Toward the bottom there’s a PMCS section.
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                              Statusing and Reporting




          PMCS data will be stored and available in the folders as described. The PMCS Hammer
            is an interactive tool team members will use to view, analyze data and write VARs


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                              Statusing and Reporting




             The PMCS Hammer is a utility that was customized for SLAC/LCLS that integrates
              Primavera, Cobra and Accounting data for any team member to use. The LCLS
             Hammer and LUSI Hammer pages are access controlled and access is granted as
                                               appropriate.

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                              Statusing and Reporting




            The Drilldown CPR and DCE will probably be the most often used utilities, but other
                                       information is available.
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                              Statusing and Reporting




           The CPR Drilldown identifies areas that have broken a threshold that requires a VAR.



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                              Statusing and Reporting




                  By double-clicking on the highlight variance, the VAR form will be enabled.

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                                  In Conclusion


            The project set preliminary schedule and budget
            baselines as of March 2008.

            The project team is ready for CD-2. We are ready to
            formally establish a performance measurement
            baseline and to proceed with the project.

            Thank you for your participation




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                                  PMCS Backup




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                        Milestones with PO Contingency




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                    Milestones without PO Contingency




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                     Milestones with no Funding Limits




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