Control Subcontracting Change Order Process - Level 2 - Intergraph Smart Materials - Version 2.0 - Reference - Hexagon PPM

Intergraph Smart Materials Enterprise Work Process for Materials Management

PPMProduct
Intergraph Smart Materials
PPMCategory_custom
Reference
Version_SPMat
2020 (10.0)
  1. <optional start 1> As the subcontractor, I need to initiate the PCO or COR so that the extra work requested by the customer will be recognized and paid.

  2. As a subcontracting engineer, I need to review the PCO or COR to comment on the work for which the subcontractor is requesting a change to the contract.

  3. <optional start 2> As the subcontracting engineer, I need to initiate the PCO or COR so that the subcontractor will receive notification about extra work.

  4. As a subcontractor, I need to review the PCO or COR so that I can comment on the extra work.

  5. As a subcontractor, I need to quote the PCO or COR so that the price and schedule impact of the changes are provided to the subcontracting engineer.

  6. <decision point> As the subcontracting engineer, I need to determine if the PCO or COR and quote are acceptable. If the PCO or COR and quote are rejected with comments, the PCO or COR and quote may need to be revised.

  7. As a subcontracting engineer, I need to create the draft change order so that the agreed upon and proposed changes are properly communicated to the subcontractor.

  8. As a member of the project team, I need to analyze the change order request to ensure it is consistent with the project schedule and budget.

  9. As a subcontractor, I need to accept the draft change order.

  10. As a subcontracting engineer, I need to release the change order so that it can be included in the contract.

  11. As a subcontracting engineer, I need to approve the change order package so that it becomes an integral part of the contract.

  12. As a member of the project team, I need to register the change order package.

  13. As the document controller, I need to register the change order package.