Using an Evaluation Project as a Project Manager

This topic provides a general overview of how to find your way around the Project Manager functions of AWARD. The Project Manager role is assigned to a User from the Setup/Users/View Project Users option from with the Project.

(Note the Stakeholder role allows access to all the Project Manager functions but in read-only mode. The Project Support role allows access a subset of the Project Manager functions.)

If you log on as a Project Manager, you will see a page similar to the following, showing the Projects you manage:

To open a Project you can click on the Project button or on the Project name from My Projects. The Project Home page will look similar to the following:

Click the Setup option on the toolbar to access the main elements of the Project:

The Tools option contains infrequently-used functions, discoverable options and settings as well as Project Import/Export.

In Standard Evaluation Projects, there will be a Submissions option. In Supplier Interaction Projects (as shown above) there will be a Suppliers option.

Other Projects, such as Value for Money Projects will have additional options for Scenarios and Runs.

The Communication option on the Toolbar contains Issues, Authority Queries, Clarifications, Notifications, Tasks (where applicable) and Supplier Response Portals depending on the type of Project.

The tabs alongside the Project option are the defined Exercises for the Project, for example, ComplianceEvaluation and Consensus.

You assign Users to specific Questions for each Exercise by clicking the Assignments option:

Users do not have to be added to the Project first as they can be assigned directly from the Account using the Account button on the Assign Users to Questions page. They will then be added automatically to the Project Users list.

You can Preview Answer Sheets from the View by User view (as well as the Exercise Home Page) by clicking on the magnifying glass icon.

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