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What are the default commitment statuses in Procore?

Answer

In Procore's Project level Commitments tool, the default statuses that can you can assign to a commitment are as follows:

Purchase Orders

This table details Procore's default statuses for purchase orders. Assuming you are using the Procore Standard Budget View, it also shows when are where commitment amounts are reflected in the project's Budget tool.  

Status Definition Contract Amount is reflected in these columns in the Procore Standard Budget View 2
Draft 1 The purchase order is being drafted.  x.png
Processing The purchase order is being processed by the 'Contract Company.' Pending Cost Changes
Projected Costs
Submitted The purchase order is submitted for processing.  Pending Cost Changes
Partially Received The purchase order is partially fulfilled by the 'Contract Company.'  Committed Costs
Received The purchase order is fulfilled by the 'Contract Company.' Pending Cost Changes
Projected Costs
Approved The purchase order is approved.  Committed Costs
Closed Your project team decides how to use this status on the project. Optional definitions include:
  • The purchase order is completed and issued.  
    OR
  • The purchase order is null and void.  
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1 This is the default status for a new purchase order. 

2 To learn more about contract amounts in Procore's Standard Budget View, see About the Procore Standard Budget View


Subcontracts

This table details Procore's default statuses for subcontracts. Assuming you are using the Procore Standard Budget View, it also shows when and where commitment amounts are reflected in the project's Budget tool.  

Status Definition Contract Amount is reflected in these columns in the Procore Standard Budget View
Draft 1 The contract has been created and its content is being drafted.  x.png
Out for Tender The contract has been sent to the 'Contract Company' for a tender. x.png
Out for Signature The contract is awaiting signature. Pending Cost Changes
Approved The contract has been approved. Committed Costs
Complete The contract has been approved and the work is complete. Committed Costs
Terminated The contract has been terminated. Only use this status when no work has been performed on the project. x.png
Void The contract is no longer valid. x.png

1 This is the default status for a new subcontract. 

2 To learn more about contract amounts in Procore's Standard Budget View, see About the Procore Standard Budget View

 

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