(updated December 13th, 2019)
Project earned value (EV) toward the MREFC effort rose $8.2million this month to a calculated $333.4million. The cost variance (CV) changed $3.5million this month to -$5.9million, and the cost performance index (CPI) increasedto0.98. The schedule variance (SV) changedby$1.3million to -$3.8million, which equates to a schedule performance index (SPI) of 0.99. There were 12project controlschange requests (LCRs) implemented this month; 11had an impact on cost or schedule, resulting in a net contingency returnof $62,181. As of the end of the month, the Project has allocated 68% of the total contingency to the baseline through the change control process. The remaining contingency of $26.4million is 24% of ETCI1(ETCI=BAC2-BCWP3) and 22% of ETCII (monthly bottom up).
(ETC = Estimate to completion, BAC = Budget at completion, BCWP = Budgeted cost of work performed).
|Activity Name||Baseline Finish|
|Camera at SLAC ready to ship||January 2021|
|Engineering First Light w/ComCam||May 2021|
|System First Light||October 2021|
|Start of Operations||October 2022|
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