Project ID: 0
Put a real project ID here instead of zero.
A sentence-long description of the need your project fulfills goes here. Can extract from database with: a placeholder for projects that don't exist yet.
detailed description of the project Can extract from database with:
incidator for whether project is up for discussion, requesting approval, approved, or completed Can extract from database with: 0000-00-00
Goal or deliverable
generally a priority list of one or more goals or deliverables, upon which the success of the project can be measured
- goal or deliverable 1
- goal or deliverable 2
Timeline, schedule, or end date
time-related aspects of the project, which may include intermediate deadlines, dependencies, etc
- 2011-01-01: design the thing
- 2011-01-01: procure parts for the thing
- 2011-01-01: build the thing
- 2011-01-01: document the thing
generally, a numbered list of tasks, performed in order, that will together accomplish the project's goals or deliverables
- the first thing we do is kill all the lawyers
- then clean up the mess
- then create something new that replaces the lawyers
- then sit around and complain about the replacement
- repeat steps above, as necessary
how much money will be needed, possibly high-low bracketed and detailed, or a complete guess (try to indicate how firm a guess it is!)
how many people are needed for how long, including specific people or specific skill-sets
- electrician: 20 hours
- anyone: 10 hours to move the rocks
- Joe: 10 hours design
"Vehicles" with no odometer, such as tractors or stationary equipment, are in tenths of an hour, rather than kilometres.
|1||Blue Jetta||1483 km|
|12||Cleome's Jetta||679 km|
get a project number from Jan to put in here instead of "0"
List of disbursements, including:
- final, reconciled costs of the project,
- where money came from for the project, including Class A/B investment shares and to whom they are issued,
- final, reconciled labour on the project,
- After final accounting, no more time can be allocated to a project.
- Class B investment shares and to whom they are issued.
This is typically expressed as a "debit/credit" table that shows where funds came from and where they went.
|Class A shares||$0.00||$0.00|
|Class B shares:||$0.00||$0.00|
Budget versus actual comparison.
current non-final expenses
Use this space as a log of expenses as they come in, if you wish.
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