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Tools

The CA-PMF provides a number of resources and tools that project teams can use to help complete the activities included within each process phase of the project. An important part of the Framework is the inclusion of tools in an easy to use format. The tool set is intentionally intuitive, and most tools are configurable so that project teams can adjust them as needed to help manage the project accordingly. Below the resources and tools that are available to help with each of the process phases are listed. To download a specific tool or the complete collection see the templates page.

The CA-PMF Key Elements Table (PDF) compiles the tools across the Project Management Lifecycle (PMLC). This 11 x 17 inch document can be downloaded and printed for easy reference.

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Concept

A number of project management outputs are developed during the Concept Process Phase. The outputs are associated with tools available for your use.

For a complete list of all tools that are part of the CA-PMF see the templates page. A list and definitions of all Templates referenced in the CA-PMF is provided in Which Templates Should I Use and When? section in the Templates chapter.

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Initiating

A number of project management outputs are developed during the Initiating Process Phase. The outputs are associated with tools available for your use.

For a complete list of all tools that are part of the CA-PMF see the templates page. A list and definitions of all Templates referenced in the CA-PMF is provided in Which Templates Should I Use and When? section in the Templates chapter.

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* There are two versions of these templates available. A standard and a mini. The mini is designed for the smaller of the low complexity projects, pilot projects, and those who are exploring a proof of concept. The standard version is for all other projects.

 

Planning

A number of project management outputs are developed during the Planning Process Phase. The outputs are associated with tools available for your use.

For a complete list of all tools that are part of the CA-PMF see the templates page. A list and definitions of all Templates referenced in the CA-PMF is provided in Which Templates Should I Use and When? section in the Templates chapter.

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* There are two versions of these templates available. A standard and a mini. The mini is designed for the smaller of the low complexity projects, pilot projects, and those who are exploring a proof of concept. The standard version is for all other projects.

Executing

A number of project management outputs are developed during the Executing Process Phase. The outputs are associated with tools available for your use.

For a complete list of all tools that are part of the CA-PMF see the templates page. A list and definitions of all Templates referenced in the CA-PMF is provided in Which Templates Should I Use and When? section in the Templates chapter.

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Closing

A number of project management outputs are developed during the Closing Process Phase. The outputs are associated with tools available for your use.

For a complete list of all tools that are part of the CA-PMF see the templates page. A list and definitions of all Templates referenced in the CA-PMF is provided in Which Templates Should I Use and When?  section in the Templates chapter.

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