3.0 Process Overview
Every project is unique and some of project support services or requirements may not be applicable to all projects. It is important, however, that every project is sufficiently documented in the Amgen EOS Archive. Therefore, it is the responsibility of project team members to ensure that the project’s core documentation is filed, managed and archived in a consistent way.
The success of this endeavor depends on the level of cooperation and collaboration between project participants, including A/E consultants, General Contractor representatives and Amgen project management staff. The graphic below represents the relationship and information flow between four key project roles.
Figure 1: Information Flow Between Project Roles
Project Manager (PM)
General Contractor (GC)
Architect / Engineer (A/E)
Corporate Project Authorization
The EOS department has implemented the global corporate project authorization process to manage the approval and funding of engineering projects. This process is referred to as InBox/OutBox (IBOB).