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Oracle Bridges Terminology

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AgreementA contract with a client that authorizes work.
ClassificationsProject clarifying categories for insurance and BD info.
Baselined BudgetThe authorized budget for the project or task, seen in PSI.
PSIProject Status Inquiry
FolderA window which has been customized to view the data in a specific way.
ProjectA unit of work that can be broken down into one or more tasks.
Key MemberA person on your project who has access to view and/or maintain project information in Oracle.
Work Breakdown StructureA hierarchical breakdown of tasks.
Top Ten ListAn area on the Navigator window where you can store up to 10 business tasks that you use most often in your work.
ResponsibilityThis is a level of authorization within the Oracle Application. You may be authorized to access some program areas but not others.
Burdened CostThe total cost of an expenditure item, including raw cost and burden costs.
QueryA search for information using an Oracle Applications window.
RevenueThe amount recognized as income or expected billing to be received for work on a project.
Billing CycleThe billing period for a project. Examples include: a set number of days, the same day each week or month, or the project completion date.
ClientTerm used interchangeably with customer.
Purchase RequisitionA request for goods or services including a description of the materials requested, the quantity necessary, desired delivery dates, and the name of the requisitioner.
Cost BudgetThe estimated cost amounts for a project.
Blanket Purchase OrderA purchase order that can be used for large volume, continuous usage items from the same vendor.
ReportAn organized, formatted collection of information that may be viewed online or sent to a printer.
Purchase OrderAn order for goods or services that has already been approved by the appropriate staff.


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