Glossary

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Package

Construction works which have been grouped together for delivery under a single contract or a package order. (Source: IDM Toolkit/CIDB Standard for the Delivery and Maintenance of Infrastructure using a Gateway System).

Package information

Information at a point in time, following the identification of a package which is contained in one or more of the following documents: a) the brief which is progressively developed from time to time. b) the design documentation including specifications, data schedules and drawings. c) the schedule which identifies key dates and time periods for the performance of the works and services associated with the package. and d) cost plan. (Source: CIDB Standard for the Delivery and Maintenance of Infrastructure using a Gateway System).

Package Order

The instruction to carry out construction works under a framework agreement. (Source: Adapted from NEC3 Framework Contract/CIDB Standard for the Delivery and Maintenance of Infrastructure using a Gateway System).

Packaging strategy

The organisation of work packages into contracts. (Source: ISO 10845-1: Construction procurement- processes, methods and procedures/CIDB Standard for the Delivery and Maintenance of Infrastructure using a Gateway System).

PCC

President’s Co-ordinating Council

PEP

Project Execution Plan

Performance Monitoring

Continuous or periodic quantitative and qualitative assessments of the actual performance compared with specific objectives, targets or standards. (Source: International Infrastructure Management Manual – Ver. 3.0 2006).

Person

A natural or juristic person. (Source: CIDB Standard for the Delivery and Maintenance of Infrastructure using a Gateway System).

PFMA

Public Finance Management Act

PG

Practice Guide

PGDS

Provincial Growth and Development Strategy

PIA

Programme Implementing Agent

PIDC

Provincial Infrastructure Delivery Committee

Planned Maintenance

Planned maintenance activities fall into 3 categories: 1. Periodic – necessary to ensure the reliability or to sustain the design life of an asset or component. 2. Predictive – condition monitoring activities used to predict failure. 3. Preventative – maintenance that can be initiated without routine or continuous checking (e.g. using information contained in maintenance manuals or manufacturers‟ recommendations) and is not condition based. (Source: International Infrastructure Management Manual – Ver. 3.0 2006).

PM & D

Performance Management and Development

PMBoK

Project Management Body of Knowledge

PMI

Project Management Institute

PMO

Programme Management Office

PMU

Programme Management Unit

Portfolio

A collection of projects or programmes and other work that are grouped together to facilitate effective management of that work to meet strategic objectives. (Source: CIDB Standard for the Delivery and Maintenance of Infrastructure using a Gateway System).

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