Change Orders (Project Level)
Procore's Project level Change Orders tool streamlines the change management process for your enterprise by providing your project team with a centralized location to monitor change orders affecting the prime contracts and commitments. It also gives impacted clients and contractors real-time access to their specific change orders so they can satisfy their obligations, while protecting your project-sensitive data by keeping Change Order Requests (CORs) and Potential Change Orders (PCOs) private.
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The following table highlights which user permissions are required to perform the described user action.
|Be Designated as a Reviewer of a Change Order|
|Configure Advanced Settings: Change Orders|
|Create a PDF of a Change Order|
|Edit a Change Order|
|Email Forward a Change Order|
|Review and Respond to Commitment Change Orders|
|Review and Approve/Reject Prime Contract Change Orders (PCCO)|
|View Change Orders|
The following table highlights which user permissions are required in the project's Admin tool to perform the described user action.
|Enable the Change Orders Tool|
The following table highlights which user permissions are typically granted to a user based on their job role on a project. A user's permissions for a specific tool are granted on a per project basis. To learn how to create permission templates that you can apply to groups of users based on their job role, see Manage Permission Templates.
|Owner / Construction Manager|
Below are notable changes to the Project level Change Orders tool.
No recent changes in 2017.
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