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planned & actual S-curve VS EV

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moh ham
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Kindly advice if the client have the right to request from the contractor to show his resources in the submitted schedule , in case if he hasn't the right how the client or the consultant can evaluate the actual s curve and the EV.

Thank you

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R. Catalan
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Hi Moh,

Submission of allocated resources is already part of the Constractor's daily report. If is tiresome for the Contractor to reflect the actual resources in the schedule, he can request to do it in spreadsheets format (MS Excel) as it would be easy for him to link to other reports (daily report, resource histograms, etc.).

On typical contract scheduling requirements, the Client has the right to request the Contractor to show his resources in the submitted schedule..

Best regards,

R. Catalan