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[document] Submitted on 13 January, 2019 - 22:23
Keywords IMS integrated schedule master schedule
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The schedule shall contain the contract milestones,
accomplishments, and discrete tasks/activities (including planning packages
where applicable) from contract award to the completion of the contract. The
schedule shall be an integrated, logical network-based schedule that
correlates to the CWBS, and is vertically and horizontally traceable to the
cost/schedule reporting instrument used to address variances such as the CPR
(if applicable). The schedule shall have a numbering system that provides
traceability to the IMP (if applicable) and SOW. It shall contain contractual
milestones and descriptions and display summary, intermediate, and detailed
schedules, and periodic analysis of progress to date. It shall include fields
and data that enable the user to access the information by product, process,
or organizational lines.

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The Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) is an integrated
schedule containing the networked, detailed tasks necessary to ensure
successful program execution. The IMS is vertically traceable to the
Integrated Master Plan (IMP) (if applicable), the Contract Work Breakdown
Structure (CWBS), and the Statement of Work (SOW). The IMS shall be used to
verify attainability of contract objectives, to evaluate progress toward
meeting program objectives, and to integrate the program schedule activities
with all related components. This DID is applicable to development, major
modification, and low rate initial production efforts; it is not typically
applied to full rate production efforts.

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