A contiguous block of observations aimed at the fulfillment of the project. (Also called Observing Session.)
none Sometimes Required. Used to track revenue, expenditures, and balances for programs within each campus or across the System. Used to identify reserves, endowments, loans and other sources of funds that need to be tracked across multiple departments or projects.
A written statement setting forth design objectives, constraints, and criteria for a project, including special requirements and systems, and site requirements. The program is usually prepared by the architect with input from the owner regarding the goals, needs and function of the project, design expectations, available budget, and pertinent building code and zoning regulations.
Any activity, project, function, or policy that has an identifiable purpose or set of objectives.
a mid-sized endeavor consisting of a two or more related projects that are managed as a unit in order to obtain benefits not available from managing them individually. Contrast with enterprise and project.
Means a gaggle of Projects designed to meet the minimum requirements of a Funding Source or Funding Sources.
An ongoing, long term effort that often includes multiple projects and significant budgeted expenditures.
Multiple interdependent projects.
A set of Argos transmitters in the same project, belonging to the same user and for which a System Use Agreement has been approved.
An ongoing e-mail communication to an in-house subscriber database using regular scheduling, consistent creative treatments and relevant content.
A program is a collection of projects or activities each of which addresses specific aspects of much broader and more general program goals and objectives. Programs tend to be ongoing and can be complex. Frequently, programs are confused with projects which are of a more limited scope. For example, a Tobacco Control Program may include several smaller projects, such as a project to reduce use of smokeless tobacco among enlisted personnel.
A collection of activities and projects that collectively implement a new corporate requirement or function.
A program is the umbrella structure established to manage a series of related projects. The program does not produce any project deliverables. The project teams produce them all. The purpose of the program is to provide overall direction and guidance, to make sure the related projects are communicating effectively, to provide a central point of contact and focus for the client and the project teams, and to determine how individual projects should be defined to ensure all the work gets completed successfully.
A group of related projects that are managed in a coordinated way, usually with an activity that is ongoing, and has an overall Program/Project Business Plan. Refer to Project
A group of related projects managed in a coordinated way. Programs usually include an element of ongoing work.