The necessity of project schedule updating monitoring statusing
(3) The act of an authorized representative, for itself or as agent for another, assumes ownership of existing identified supplies tendered or approves specific services rendered as partial or complete performance of the contract.
(4) In TCM risk management, a response strategy for both threats and opportunities. (December 2011) ACCEPTANCE, FINAL (PARTIAL) The formal action by the owner accepting the work (or a specified part thereof), following written notice from the engineer that the work (or specified part thereof) has been completed and is acceptable subject to the provisions of the contract regarding acceptance.
Schedule activities are represented by boxes or bars and relationships are represented by arrows.
Pure AON networks rely solely on finish-to-start relationships and do not employ the use of activity lags to model work flow.
An activity consumes time, and may have resources associated with it. (August 2007) ACTIVITY CALENDAR In computer scheduling, calendar that defines the working and non-working patterns applicable to an activity.
(November 1990) ACTUAL [DURATION, START, FINISH, LOGIC, ETC.] Schedule information that shows what has actually occurred.
For example, the actual start date for a task is the day on which the task actually started, and its actual cost is the expenditures incurred spent up to the present.
(November 1990) ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA Implicit or explicit specifications that must be achieved for a product or service to be acceptable within the terms of the contract or agreement seeking its delivery.
(August 2007) ACCEPTED RISK Risks that are identified, but for which no other risk response is taken in the risk treatment process (e.g., avoid, reduce, transfer). (December 2011) ACCESS TO THE WORK The right of the contractor to ingress and egress, and to occupy the work site as required to reasonably perform the work described in the contract documents.