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Prioritization Software (P2) provides a consistent and objective method to evaluate and then compare all distribution projects. The output of the software is a multi-year spending plan that reflects corporate objectives, responds to corporate budget and labor constraints, and explicitly considers the consequences of deferring specific projects.

This project develops a new methodology and accompanying software to:

  • Evaluate on a consistent and logical basis the hundreds of candidate projects distribution managers typically need to compare.

  • Treat fairly and consistently projects with different attributes—that is, large and small, different time horizons, response to different customer and system needs.

  • Value each project using a collection of attributes that describe financial and system performance implications.

  • Rank capital and O&M projects with respect to a set of systematically-specified objectives— including costs, reliability, number of customers impacted, service requirements, and revenues.

  • Select the best multi-year portfolio of projects given a budget constraint, and understand the implications of changes in budget levels.

            Imagine Role
  1. Scroll Bar
    Scroll bars were added in P2 forms to help the user to see the full form, if the form is more than the screen settings (width and height). User can scroll vertically and horizontally over the scroll bars to see the other part of the forms.

  2. Progress bar
    Progress bar is an option under Administrator menu item. It helps the user in recalculating the project scores for each project. During the recalculation process, a progress bar will be displayed at the center of the model to let the user the stage of progressing.

  3. Resize
    Form resizing is implemented for all forms of P2 by which the user can reduce the form width and height accordingly to check multiple forms or so.

  4. Testing
    This document is to serve as the Draft Test Approach for the Project Prioritization System.

    Preparation for this test consists of three major stages: -

  • The Test Approach sets the scope of system testing, the overall strategy to be adopted, the activities to be completed, the general resources required and the methods and processes to be used to test the release. It also details the activities, dependencies and effort required to conduct the System Test.

  • Test Planning details the activities, dependencies and effort required to conduct the System Test.

  • Test Conditions/Cases / Procedure documents the tests to be applied, the data to be processed and the expected results


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