Project Cancellation or Non-Cancellation

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Sud
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Project Cancellation or Non-Cancellation

Postby Sud Wed Aug 13, 2014 1:47 pm

You found the following earned value analysis information for a project that was recently closed-out:

SPI = 0.7, CPI = 1.0

A The project has been cancelled while it was executed. At that time the project was behind schedule and on budget.
B The project's deliverables have all been finished. The project came in behind schedule but on budget.
C The project's deliverables have all been finished. The project came in ahead of schedule but on budget.
D The project's deliverables have all been finished. The project came in on schedule but over budget.

A or B? How to find that a project was cancelled or it's deliverables were finished???

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Re: Project Cancellation or Non-Cancellation

Postby sunku65 Wed Aug 13, 2014 3:18 pm

It is 100% answer A. Cancelled the project.

When the project completed the PV equal to BAC and SPI=1.

If the SPI <1 or PV < BAC or EAC then the project is terminated or cancelled.
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Re: Project Cancellation or Non-Cancellation

Postby namita Thu Aug 14, 2014 10:37 am

Agree with last answer...
anytime project is completed, SPI will be 1.. when SPI is less than 1 means project is in between

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