Project Information

The Project Information page gives you the basic details about a project.



Project Information- New


Create a new Project by completing the following fields:

  • "Import from ARRT Requirements Definition" button - if you created a project using the ARRT Requirements Definition and would like to use it as the basis for this project, import it in by clicking this button. The tool will fill in the Project Name automatically when finished.
  • Folder - the folder where you want the new Project to be located.
  • Project Name - the name of the Project.
  • Creation Date - displays when the Project was created.
  • Best Value Source Selection Approach - use the radio buttons to select your approach.
  • Source Selection Plan Template - the template that will be used to create the Source Selection Plan in the new Project. The Default SSP Template is pre-selected.
  • "Save" button - saves the Project data.
  • "Cancel" button - discards the new Project and navigates to the previous page.
  • Process Flow
    • Left Arrow - navigates to the Project List.
    • "Where Am I" button - opens the tool process flow diagram.
    • Right Arrow - navigates to the PWS/WBS page.




Import Project from ARRT Requirements Definition


Users who have completed a PWS/WBS in the ARRT Requirements Definition can import that Project's data into this tool.

  • Select the file that contains the desired Project by clicking the "Browse" button.
    • Navigate to the file by searching for the folder where it is saved.
    • Click "OK" when you have selected the file.
  • Select the Project you want to import by clicking on the Project name in the box.
  • Click the "Import" button.
  • A confirmation box will appear if the Import was successful.




Project Information- Edit


Edit an existing Project's Information by addressing the following fields:

  • Folder - the folder where you want the new Project to be located.
  • Project Name - the name of the Project.
  • Creation Date - displays when the Project was created.
  • Best Value Source Selection Approach - use the radio buttons to select your approach.
  • Source Selection Plan Template - the template that was used to create the Source Selection Plan in the Project.
  • "Save" button - saves the Project data.
  • "Cancel" button - discards the edits and navigates to the previous page.
  • Process Flow
    • Left Arrow - navigates to the Project List.
    • "Where Am I" button - opens the tool process flow diagram.
    • Right Arrow - navigates to the PWS/WBS page.





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