About Recommended Practice 27R-03:This recommended practice (RP) is intended to serve as a guideline, not a standard. As a recommended practice of AACE International, the intent of the guideline is to improve the understanding and the communication among stakeholders involved with preparing, evaluating, and using project schedules. Various enterprises often misinterpret the quality and value of the information available to prepare schedules and the various methods employed during the scheduling process. It is understood that each enterprise may have its own project scheduling processes and terminology, and may classify schedules in their own particular ways. This guideline provides a generic and generally acceptable classification system that can be used as a basis of comparison. If an enterprise or organization has not formally documented its own schedule classification system, then this RP guideline can be used to provide an acceptable basis.About Recommended Practice 37R-06:This recommended practice (RP) is intended to serve as a guideline, not a standard for owners and contractors to establish a common frame of reference and understanding when describing the level of detail for any construction project schedule. This RP identifies four schedule formats based on level of detail, and provides descriptions of schedule levels and the intended use of these schedules by project participants.
About AACE Recommended Practices:The AACE International Recommended Practices (RPs) are a series of documents that contain valuable reference information that has been subject to a rigorous review process and recommended for use by the Technical Board. RPs are intended to be the main technical foundation of AACE educational, and certification products and services. All RPs are available to AACE members free of charge.
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