### What is the cumulative earned value at the end of week three

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Table 1: Budgeted Costs

 TBC Week 1 2 3 4 5 Task 1 50 25 15 10 Task 2 80 25 40 15 Task 3 40 20 20 Task 4 30 15 15

Table 2: Actual Costs

Table 3: Percentage of Work Complete

(a) Using data from Tables 1-3, what is the cumulative budgeted cost at the end of week 3? For those familiar with the DoD and PMI terminology, this is the BCWS.

(b) Using data from Tables 1-3, what is the cumulative actual cost at the end of week 3? For those familiar with the DoD and PMI terminology, this is the ACWP.

(c) What is the cumulative earned value at the end of week 3? For those familiar with the DoD and PMI terminology, this is the BCWP.

(d) Using data from Tables 1 3, what is the Cost Performance Index at the end of week 3?

(e) Using data from Tables 1-3, what is the Cost Variance and the Schedule Variance at the end of week 3?

(f) Using data from Tables 1-3, what is the Forecasted Cost at Completion (FCAC)? Show two different calculations.

2. (a) Using the figure below, perform resource leveling. Assume that each task can be performed independently of the other tasks.

(b) Using the figure in part (a), perform resource-limited scheduling. Assume that you have only three workers available at any given time. What is the new completion date for the project?

3. For the MX project as described below, the PMO sent a note to the PM indicating that under the current plan, they would miss the project due date so somehow they needed to accelerate the timing for the project plan. The customer wanted the projected completed in 20 weeks and the contract specifies a penalty of \$5000 per week late up to 3 weeks and \$10,000 per week late if more than 3 weeks. Based on the project time and cost information shown in the table below, what strategy should MX pursue?

 Activity Predecessor Normal Time (Weeks) Crash Time (Weeks) Normal Cost (\$) Crash Cost (\$) Crash? A None 4 2 10,000 15,000 13 A 6 5 30,000 35,000 C A 2 1 8,000 10,000 D B 4 3 12,000 18,000 E B, C 5 3 20,000 24,000 F D, E 7 4 20,000 29,000

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