PCMF Guidance:Transferring Project Concepts to the Project Design Phase<br />pcmf.iaea.org<br />
From concept to design: the workflow<br />The NLO moves the concept to “My Designs” phase, or indicates that it will not b...
Taking action, step 1<br />
The ‘MOVE’ and ‘DO NOT MOVE’ options<br />
This concept is moved to the design phase<br />This concept is in-line with the CPF. for the moment the main CP is Ms Anna...
NOT moving a concept to project design<br />This concept is not moved to the design phase<br />Insert your comments in the...
Notification email is sent automatically to the Section Head<br />This is the information you entered in the remarks<br />
Next action required<br />
Thank you for your attention<br />
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  • This presentation has been prepared to give a clear description of each step you need to take to successfully move a project concept to the project design phase, using PCMF IT platform.The training is designed to support the work of the National Liaison Officer (NLO) and the National Liaison Assistant (NLA).
  • At the end of the project concept review phase, national concepts are returned to the Member State by the Regional Director in a consolidated package together with a feedback note prepared by the PMO, through the PCMF.The NLO is responsible for moving the concept from “My Programme Note” phase to “My Designs” phase, or for indicating that it will not be developed any further.
  • To access the page with all reviewed concepts, select “My Actions” from the menu bar at the top of the page. A page with a list of activities that require action will be displayed. Details of the concepts that require action are placed under “Programme Notes – Actions Required”.Now click on the link under “Action Required”. This will bring you to an intermediate screen.
  • This screen will give you three options to choose from:Click on “OK” to move the concept to “My Designs”Click on “Do NOT move concept” for no further development of the conceptAnd Click on “Cancel” to leave the screen
  • If you choose NOT to move the concept to the project design phase, a screen will appear, giving you an option to add some remarks if desired.By clicking again on “Do NOT move Concept”, you will confirm that the concept requires no further development.Click on “Cancel” to leave the screen and take no action.
  • Whether you click on “Create Design” or “Do NOT move Concept” in the final steps of the process, an automatic e-mail is sent to the Regional Section Head to inform him or her about this action. The Regional Section Head checks and reconfirms the project team and returns the project design to the NLO for development.As of this point, you can start entering data for the project under “My Designs” into the PCMF.
  • Transfer of Concept to Project Design

    1. 1. PCMF Guidance:Transferring Project Concepts to the Project Design Phase<br />pcmf.iaea.org<br />
    2. 2. From concept to design: the workflow<br />The NLO moves the concept to “My Designs” phase, or indicates that it will not be developed any further<br />National Concepts returned to the Member States<br />Review Phase<br />
    3. 3. Taking action, step 1<br />
    4. 4. The ‘MOVE’ and ‘DO NOT MOVE’ options<br />
    5. 5. This concept is moved to the design phase<br />This concept is in-line with the CPF. for the moment the main CP is Ms Anna-Maria Beridze ….<br />Adding remarks and creating the design<br />
    6. 6. NOT moving a concept to project design<br />This concept is not moved to the design phase<br />Insert your comments in the remarks field<br />
    7. 7. Notification email is sent automatically to the Section Head<br />This is the information you entered in the remarks<br />
    8. 8. Next action required<br />
    9. 9. Thank you for your attention<br />

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