If your installation of Project Server is integrated with Windows SharePoint Services, you have three more collaboration features available in Project Web Access, as follows:
• Risk management, in the Risks area
• Issues tracking, in the Issues area
• Document control, in the Documents area
Risks, issues, and documents can be added, tracked, linked with tasks, assigned responsibility, and eventually closed. These all become an important aspect of managing the project as well as capturing important project archival information for use in planning future projects.
Note By default, users with executive-level privileges are set up with the permission to view risks, issues, and documents. Depending on how the administrator has set up Project Server and Windows SharePoint Services, additional permission might be granted for executives to add and edit risks, issues, and documents.
Making Executive Decisions Using Project Web Access
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