Primavera Contract Management Essentials

Primavera Contract Management Essentials

The Primavera Contract Management Essentials (1Z0-582) exam is designed for individuals who possess a strong foundation and expertise implementing Project Controls solutions. This certification exam covers topics on core elements such as: System Set-up and Project Information, Project Configuration, Control and Communication, Contract Information, Logs, Change Management, Administrative Functions, in the context of typical use case implementations. Up-to-date training and field experience are recommended.

Successfully completing the requirements of this certification track earns the designation of Primavera Contract Management 14 Certified Implementation Specialist. This certification differentiates OPN members in the marketplace by providing a competitive edge through proven expertise. This certification helps the OPN member's partner organization qualify for the Primavera Contract Management 14 Specialization.

Exam Number:
1Z0-582
Duration:
150 minutes
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Number of
Questions:
87
Exam Price:
US$ 245

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Passing
Score:
68%

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Certifications
Earned:
Primavera Contract Management 14 Certified Implementation Specialist

OPN Certified Specialist

 

Recommended Training and Preparation Additional Information & Resources Exam Topics Fraudulent Activity Policy

Recommended Training
Primavera Contract Management Essentials Exam Study Guide
OPN Guided Learning Path
Primavera Contract Management 14 Implementation Specialist
Oracle University Training
Primavera Contract Management R14

 

Additional Information & Resources
Exam Retake Policy
Specialization Catalog (PDF) for all launched and planned Specializations
Product Mapping to Specialization (XLS)

 

Exam Topics
Introduction to Contract Management
  • Describe the advantages of using contract Management
  • Log in to Contract Management
  • Navigate Contract Management
  • Customize the Project View in the main window
Setting up and Working with Company Directory
  • Add a new company
  • Create contacts
  • Edit contact information
  • Distinguish between group and project contacts
  • Copy contacts from another project
  • Create distribution lists from contacts in a project
  • Designate companies or contacts as inactive
Contract Management Administration
  • Define access templates
  • Grant user access
  • Set up user accounts
  • Explain the purpose of content management
  • Manage user password settings
  • Importing Reports & Forms from a folder location
Creating a project
  • Create a new project using the add project wizard
Modify the Control Center
  • Customize the control center in the main window
  • Manage control center objects
  • Configure a workspace
Track Document
  • Explain the distribution process
  • Create transmittals from distribution lists
  • Use the transmittal queue
  • Package a group of drawings as a set
  • Distribute drawings to project participants
Communicate Project Information
  • Document a telephone record
  • Enter a request for information
  • Record an answer to a request for information
Document Project Issues
  • Define an issue
  • Create an issue
  • Link documents and attachments to an issue
  • Document an issue by searching through project documents and attachments
Contract and Trends
  • Add a contract
  • Distribute document values to the cost worksheet
  • Use trends to account for anticipated costs
  • Use Line Items, Lump Sum and Unit Price
  • Generate Material records
  • Set Cost options and Markup for Changes
  • Differentiate between Budget and Committed
Manage Project Costs
  • Define the cost process in a project
  • View a cost coding structure
  • Define the cost worksheet
  • Explain how document values are distributed
  • View the source documents from a cost code
Award Procurement Items
  • Document bids
  • Compare bids
  • Award procurement items
Payment Requisitions and Invoices
  • Determine requisition options
  • Generate a requisition from a contract
  • Create a schedule of values
  • Balance the requisition
  • Retrieve approved change orders
  • Record status for requisitions
  • Distribute actual cost to the worksheet
  • Add invoices to a contract or purchase order
Log and Track Submittals
  • Document submittal items and packages
  • Assign status submittals
  • Identify the responsible part (Ball in Court)
  • Incorporate multiple reviewers
  • Create transmittals from submittals
  • Set up an approval process
  • Configure the approval process for a document
  • Use an approval process
  • Use Dunning letters to notify participants
Track Drawings
  • Record and view drawing logs
  • Create transmittals from distribution lists
  • Use transmittal queue
  • Package a group of drawings to the drawing set
  • Add multiple drawings to the drawing set
  • Distribute drawings to project participants
Record Project Communications
  • Create daily reports
  • Document daily progress
  • Generate daily reports and meeting minutes
  • Record and print meeting minutes
Change Management
  • Describe the change management workflow process
  • Define change management phases
  • Define project settings for document flow
  • Save versions of documents
  • Create, link and reference change documents
  • Trace estimated, quoted, negotiated and final change values
Customize the View in the Log Window
  • Create a layout
  • Filter a layout
  • Sort a layout
  • Group a layout
  • Export logs to excel
  • Customize project and document view
  • Create custom fields
  • Use custom fields

 

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