Explain the methodology (Including CPM) how you are planning to establish the project schedule. Think of yourself as a key member of the management staff: how would you follow the organization's vision, mission, standards, technology rules, calendars, budget restrictions, culture. Also consider the project clients, the public, the media etc., since the project does have international exposure, as well as the highest requirements —th project is life and death. Explain what you did to accurately discover the project time duration and estimates. Planning Activity sequence: List the major milestones [in the MS Word report) and thi details (shown from screenshots from the MSP Gantt]. Remember executives need summary reports and an explanation of what they are seeing. Resource and project talent: Explain the kind and number of resources (people, agencies, equipment, machinery, computers etc.) you would be using both for your planning and 1 day execution schedules. you may use a resource pool for this type of activity. Several of the required staff for this project are publicly available figures four, in media and other sources— you may use them. You may also use generic terms like 'procurement manager' or 'minister of education'. Jest resource allocation and Project Costs: This is where you present why you signed the resources to the work-packages and why that talent is needed in the specific activities. This is wherolain the basis of your project cost estimations. viii. Reference List (APA) Remember, EVERYTHING your Report for your business audience should be comprehensive, including including charts, graphs and screenshots from MS Project. It is not considered good etiquette in business reports to simply say "check the reference" or "go see the associated Gantt". Rather, you may place a concise but complete summary in the main report and the details in the appendix. The executives will refer to the referenced appendix if necessary, but the details must be included.