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Resident Management System – Quality Control System Introduction Version 2. 35 April 2005 1 Resident Management System – Quality Control System Introduction Version 2. 35 April 2005 1

RMS & QCS Programs Resident Management System (RMS) Program used by Government QA Personnel RMS & QCS Programs Resident Management System (RMS) Program used by Government QA Personnel to support Construction Quality Management and Administration. Quality Control System (QCS) The quality control module of the main RMS program. It is the program to be used by Contractors to interface with the RMS program for both contract administration and quality control requirements. 2

QCS Incorporated Areas 1. Contract Administration (RFI’s, Contractor / Subcontractor Key Personnel) (Optional = QCS Incorporated Areas 1. Contract Administration (RFI’s, Contractor / Subcontractor Key Personnel) (Optional = Payrolls, Insurances, etc. ). 2. Finances (Pay Request). 3. Submittals (Submittal Register/Transmittal Log). 4. Schedule (Manually entered or Imported via SDEF). NAS Schedules can’t be updated in RMS. 5. Quality Control (QC Reports, Prep/Initial Phase Inspection Reports, Deficiency Tracking- QA/QC Punch List Items). 3

Activity Is Primary Link WHEN Start Date Finish Date WHO Contractor/ Subcontractor Insurances SF Activity Is Primary Link WHEN Start Date Finish Date WHO Contractor/ Subcontractor Insurances SF 1413 Payrolls WHERE Activity Contract Phase Construction Area WHAT These items have value assigned, payment can be withheld. Submittals QC/QA Tests Installed Property Transfer Property User Schooling QA/QC Punch List Items } 4

Government Provides Key Information WHEN Start Date Finish Date WHO Contractor/ Subcontractor Insurances SF Government Provides Key Information WHEN Start Date Finish Date WHO Contractor/ Subcontractor Insurances SF 1413 Payrolls WHERE Activity WHAT Contract Phase Construction Area HOW Submittals 3 Phase Checks Plans QC/QA Tests Specs Installed Property Safety Issues Transfer Property Rep Deficiencies User Schooling Tech Notes QA/QC Punch List 5

Planning, Scheduling and Control Documents for planning, scheduling and control: 1. Section 01312 A Planning, Scheduling and Control Documents for planning, scheduling and control: 1. Section 01312 A – Quality Control System (A Module of RMS) 2. Section 01310 A – Project Schedule 3. Section 01451 A – Contractor Quality Control 6

QCS Contractor Library 7 QCS Contractor Library 7

QCS Contractor Library From the Contractor Library you will be able to review you QCS Contractor Library From the Contractor Library you will be able to review you QCS Site Description and enter the minimal data required to be able to exchange information with the Government RMS program. You will also enter your Staff that will play a part in the Contract. 8

QCS Government Library From the Government Library you will be able to view (Read QCS Government Library From the Government Library you will be able to view (Read Only) certain data elements used elsewhere within the QCS program. 9

QCS Administration Menu Optional 10 QCS Administration Menu Optional 10

QCS Quality Control Menu Note: Items highlighted in Orange indicate still under development. 11 QCS Quality Control Menu Note: Items highlighted in Orange indicate still under development. 11

Data Submittal Requirements Data to be Submitted via QCS Export Files 1. Requests for Data Submittal Requirements Data to be Submitted via QCS Export Files 1. Requests for Information (RFI’S) 2. Payment Requests 3. Quality Control Data (QC Reports, Three Phase Inspection Reports, QC Punch List Items) 4. Submittal Registers/Transmittal Log 5. Activity Schedule Note: All data may be transmitted to the Gov’t via Email. The Gov’t can also transmit data to the Contractor via Email or SFTP to update the Contractor’s QCS. 12

Import/Export of Data This Menu is used to Import / Export data from / Import/Export of Data This Menu is used to Import / Export data from / to the Government and to / from any Remote QCS sites you may be using. Exported data should be sent via SFTP or Email. 13

Key Items to Address Pay Activities: 1. Sum of all pay activities must equal Key Items to Address Pay Activities: 1. Sum of all pay activities must equal the contract amount. 2. Ensure that each pay activity is assigned to only one Contract Line Item (CLIN) in your scheduling software. Numbering scheme of CLINs in your scheduling software (Primavera) must match those imported to QCS from RMS (i. e. , include leading zero’s, such as 0001). 14

Key Items to Address (II) Pay Activities (Cont’): 3. See the QCS Manual for Key Items to Address (II) Pay Activities (Cont’): 3. See the QCS Manual for important information on the Standard Data Exchange File (SDEF). The SDEF exported from your scheduling program (I. e. , Primavera) allows for the activity schedule to be imported to the QCS Program. You essentially have to perform the following to ensure the SDEF will upload to your QCS Program: (a) Install the P 3 SDEF. exe utility. This utility is contained in the P 3 CD-ROM, or you can obtain from the Primavera website or QCS Website (under P 3 SDEF link). 15

Key Items to Address (III) Pay Activities (Cont’): (b) Change the Activity Codes to Key Items to Address (III) Pay Activities (Cont’): (b) Change the Activity Codes to the required COE format (SDEF). The required format (ten fields) is shown in the QCS User Manual. The Activity Codes format for your project must be changed prior to adding any activities. The Activity Codes in P 3 should be able to be changed from the ‘Data’ Menu, by selecting ‘Activity Codes’ submenu. Just change and add activity codes to match the COE required ten fields. 16

Key Items to Address (IV): 4. The only known “Windows” commercial scheduling software program Key Items to Address (IV): 4. The only known “Windows” commercial scheduling software program that can interface directly with QCS is Primavera Project Planner (P 3) Alder. Graf DLWcpm Open. Plan PMS-80 PPMS 17

Key Items to Address (IV) Pay Activities (Cont’): Required Activity Codes Act Codes Name Key Items to Address (IV) Pay Activities (Cont’): Required Activity Codes Act Codes Name Size SDEF Code Field 1 WRKP 3 Workers per Day 2 RESP 4 Responsibility Code 3 AREA 4 Work Area Code 4 MOD 6 Mod/Claim Code 5 BID 6 Bit Item Code 6 PHAS 2 Phase of Work Code 7 CATW 1 Category of Work Code 8 FOW 1 10 Feature of work (1 of 3) 9 FOW 2 10 Feature of work (2 of 3) 10 FOW 3 10 Feature of work (3 of 3) This should be new Activity Codes Structure used on your project after modifying your Activity Codes in Primavera P 3. 18

Key Items to Address (V) Pay Activities (Cont’): 5. Each pay activity must be Key Items to Address (V) Pay Activities (Cont’): 5. Each pay activity must be assigned to a Definable Feature of Work (DFW). DFW’s can be assigned to pay activities in the QCS Program or in the Scheduling Software Program. If you are importing pay activities from the scheduling software program, but have not entered DFW’s, be sure to uncheck the ‘Features of Work’ import option under the NAS(SDEF) menu option, otherwise all DFW’s assigned in the QCS Program will be erased when Importing from the Scheduling Software using the SDEF. 19

Key Items to Address (VI) Contractor and Subcontractor Responsibility Codes: 1. Ensure that each Key Items to Address (VI) Contractor and Subcontractor Responsibility Codes: 1. Ensure that each pay activity is assigned to the responsible party (Contractor or subcontractor) performing the work. 2. Ensure that the contractor and subcontractor responsibility codes in your scheduling software package match those used in QCS (The Prime Contractor responsibility code should be ‘PRIM’). 3. Database Backups: 4. 1. Always backup your QCS database whenever extensive information is entered (i. e. , after entering pay activities). You should backup database at least weekly. 20

QC Requirements The following QC requirements are tracked by RMS-QCS: A. All QC Tests QC Requirements The following QC requirements are tracked by RMS-QCS: A. All QC Tests required by the Contract Specifications. B. Required User Training (Schooling). C. Installed Property List (i. e. , mechanical and electrical equipment installed, etc). D. Transfer Property List (i. e. , spare parts given to government, keys, etc). 21

Submittal Management Submittal Register (Eng Form 4288) will be entered and maintained in QCS. Submittal Management Submittal Register (Eng Form 4288) will be entered and maintained in QCS. (Specs. In. Tact file can be imported via RMS. ) QCS will be used to transmit all submittals via the Transmittal Log (Eng Form 4025). Transmittal Log numbers will be numeric only. 22

Printing of Hard Copies will still be required to be submitted on all items Printing of Hard Copies will still be required to be submitted on all items requiring signature, such as: 1. Daily QC Reports 2. Prep/Initial Inspection Reports 3. Eng Form 93 (Pay Estimate Form, Prompt Payment Certification) 4. Transmittal Log (Eng Form 4025) 23

RMS-QCS Website 1. Address (URL) http: //216. 86. 193. 60/qcs/index. html 2. Both the RMS-QCS Website 1. Address (URL) http: //216. 86. 193. 60/qcs/index. html 2. Both the Program (QCSetup***. exe) and QCS User’s Manual are available at this website, under the Contractor’s web page. 3. There are NO User ID or Passwords required for downloads. 24

RMS - QCS Questions? 25 RMS - QCS Questions? 25