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18.5 View Future Direct Cost Spending Projection
Purpose of the report is to give an overview of estimated future cost spending.
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18.5.1 Running a template report
18.5.2 Creating a new report
18.5.1 Running a template report
Step Action
1. Open View Future Direct Cost Spending Projection application.
2. Select a template from the Select Template drop down list:
  • To delete the report template, click .
  • To view the report in print mode and to print it out, click . Review the report and when you are done, click .
  • To run the report, click .

    To create a duplicate of the report template, fill out the form located at the very bottom of the page. You can make this report template available either to all users or only yourself. Enter a new template name in the Save report as a template named input field, select user access (e.g. all users, only current user) from the For drop down list and click .
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18.5.2 Creating a new report
Step Action
1. Open View Future Direct Cost Spending Projection application.
2. At the very least, select a project or vendor for which you want to see cost spending projection to reduce the size and loading time of the report.
3. When you are done, click .
4. Here is an example of Future Direct Cost Spending Projection report.

NOTE: If a Draw based Preliminary PO is used to determine amount, the PO may be treated completely as Base class (class 1) and therefore released by the Base draw percentages (as opposed to some at option class percentage release, option class is usually released at later draws).

To create a template from your report, fill out the form located at the very bottom of the page. Enter a template name in the Save report as a template named input field, select user access (e.g. all users, only current user) from the For drop down list and click .

If you intended to display different data and need to make some adjustments to the report, click and modify your restrictions.
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Updated October 6, 2009