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(Beta) Edit Fundings

 In Beta
This page details content that is only available to Procore Project Financials users who opt-in to the Beta version release of the Project Financials: Modernised Experience for Main Contracts release. 
 Limited Release
flag-us.png flag-canada.png The Funding tool is available to Procore customers in the United States who have implemented the Procore for Owners point-of-view dictionary.  To learn more, see (Limited Release) Owners & Speciality Contractors Point-of-View Dictionary Options

Objective

To edit a funding.

Background

You can edit a funding at any time. To safeguard your funding from inadvertent adds, updates or deletions, only users with the 'Required User Permissions' can edit a funding. In addition, Procore's default setting is to restrict users from editing the Bill of Quantities (BOQ) when the funding is in the 'Approved' status.

Things to Consider

  • Required User Permissions:
    • 'Admin' level permissions on the project's Funding tool.
  • Additional Information:
    • Procore's default setting is to restrict all users from editing a funding's BOQ when a funding is in the 'Approved' status. For example, you cannot edit a BOQ on a funding in the 'Approved' status. This is also true when the BOQ on Funding Variation (FV) or owner payment application is in the 'Approved' status.
    • Although it is an uncommon setting to turn ON, you can configure a funding so users with the 'Required User Permissions' can edit the funding in any status. To learn more, see What is the 'Enable Always Editable Bill of Quantities' setting?

Steps

Edit a Funding

  1. Navigate to the project's Fundings tool.
  2. Locate the funding to update from the list.
  3. Click its Number link to open it.
  4. Click the Edit Contract button.
  5. Choose from these options:

Edit the Basic Information

Update the basic contract information as follows:

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 Notes
  • There are no required fields when adding the basic contract information. 
  • If you click the Create button without completing any data entry, Procore saves the funding, lists you as the creator and automatically places it in the Draft status.
  • Number
    To number your funding(s), choose from these options:
    • If you number your contracts using a sequential numbering system, you can enter any combination of alpha-numeric characters in this box. For subsequent contracts, Procore automatically applies consecutive numbering in ascending order.
      Example

      The examples below show you how Procore's ascending consecutive numbering works:

      • If the previous contract was 1, the next contracts are 23 and so on.
      • If the previous contract was PC-0001, the next contracts are PC-0002PC-0003 and so on.
      • If the previous contract was DCA00010-12-G-0001, the next contracts are DCA00010-12-G-0002DCA00010-12-G-0003 and so on.
    • If you do NOT number your contracts using sequential numbering, you can manually enter a unique number for each funding. To do this, type over the existing entry in the Number box. Duplicate contract numbers are NOT permitted.
  • Funding Company
    Select the name of the project owner's or the project client's company from the drop-down list. This is the company that either owns the construction project or the client who has hired your company to oversee the project work. To appear as a list option, Add a Company to the Project Directory
  • Title
    Type a descriptive name for the contract.

Edit the General Information

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  • Status
    Procore automatically assigns contracts the 'Default' status. To select a different status, choose one of the status labels from the drop-down list. Options include DraftOut for TenderOut for SignatureApprovedComplete, or Terminated. 
     Note
    To create Funding Variations (FCOs) and funding inovices, your funding's status must be set to Approved or Complete.
  • Executed
    Place a mark in this tickbox if the contract has been fully executed. A fully executed contract is a legally effective agreement that has been signed by authorized representatives for each party.
  • Default Retention
    Enter a number to represent the percentage that will be withheld as retention on the line items of the contract's Bill of Quantities. For example, if you plan to withhold ten (10) percent of the line item's value, enter 10%.
  • Funding Source 
    Select the 'Funding Source' from this drop-down list. This is the company that your team hired to perform the work. To appear as a list option, Add a Company to the Project Directory
  • Architect/Engineer
    Select the lead architect or engineer for the project from this drop-down list. To appear as an option in this list, the company must have a record in the Project Directory. 
  • Description
    Enter a more detailed description of the funding. You can apply the options in the formatting toolbar to your text. 

Edit the Access Privileges

By default, fundings are visible to all users with 'Read Only' level permissions or higher on the project's Funding tool. To change its access permissions, do the following on the 'Funding Access' card:

  1. Optional: Move the Restrict This Funding's Visibility to Only Project Admins and Select Non-Admin Users toggle to the left or right to turn the restriction OFF and ON. Procore turns this setting ON by default. 
     Notes
    • The toggle is BLUE when restrictions are turned ON.
    • The toggle is GREY when restrictions are turned OFF.
  2. Optional: To provide users with 'Read-Only' or 'Standard' level permissions on the project's Funding tool with access to the contract, select the person's name from the Access for Non-Admin Users drop-down list. To appear as an option in this list, a user must have a profile in the Project Directory.

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  3. Optional: To provide the users in the 'Access for Non-Admin Users' list with access to view the Bill of Quantities, mark the Allow These Non-Admin Users to View the BOQ Items tickbox. 

Edit the Dates

To update the funding with important dates, do the following:

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 Note
Your company's Procore Administrator manages the dates that appear in the 'Funding Dates' section using the configurable fieldsets feature. For details, see Which fields in the Funding tool can be configured as required, optional or hidden?
  • Start Date
    Select the construction project's official start date.
  • Estimated Completion Date
    Select the construction project's estimated completion date from the calendar control. 
  • Substantial Completion Date
    Select the construction project's substantial completion date from the calendar control. 
     Tip
    If the 'Substantial Completion Date' field is available on your project, keep in mind that Procore automatically updates the 'Substantial Completion Date' to match the 'Revised Substantial Completion Date' from each Funding Variation (FV) when each variation is 'Approved.'
  • Actual Completion Date
    Select the construction project's actual completion date.
  • Funding Date
    Select the contract date from the calendar control. 
  • Signed Funding Received Date
    Select the date from the calendar control. The signed contract received represents the date that the executed contract was received.
  • Execution Date
    Select the date from the calendar control. The execution date represents the date the agreement was signed by authorized representatives of all contract parties. 
  • Issued On Date
    Select the date from the calendar control. The issued on date represents the date the contractual agreement was issued to both parties.
  • Returned Date
    Select the date from the calendar control. The returned date is the date the contract was returned.
  • Letter of Intent Date
    Select the Letter of Intent (LOI) date from the calendar control. 
  • Approval Letter Date
    Select the Letter of Approval (LOA) date from the calendar control.
  • Funding Termination Date
    Select the date from the calendar control. A contract termination date is a date outlined in the main where all parties have met all contractual obligations and terms.
  • Delivery Date
    Select the date from the calendar control. 

Edit the Inclusions and Exclusions

By default, you can input line items on the contract's BOQ at any time, as long as the contract is NOT in the 'Approved' status.

 Note
Your project team might choose to enable a contract setting, which permits users with edit permissions to the BOQ to make changes on the BOQ at any time. To learn about this setting, see What is the 'Enable Always Editable Bill of Quantities' setting?
Add Line Items to the Funding BOQ

To manually add line items to the funding's BOQ:

  1. Choose from these options:
    • If the BOQ is blank, click Add Line under 'You Have No Line Items Yet'. 
      OR
    • If you have existing line items, click Add Line
      Procore creates new line items starting with the number '1'. Subsequent lines are created in numerical order. 
  2. Designate a budget code for the new line item. You have these options:
    • To assign an existing budget code to the line item, start typing a code in the Search box and select the matching code from the list. 
      OR
    • To create a new budget code for the line item, click the Create Budget Code button. Next, select the appropriate segment items from the drop-down list(s) to satisfy your project's budget code pattern requirements. Then, click Create.
  3. Depending on the accounting method you are using, choose the appropriate steps for adding a line item:
    • For an Amount-Based contract: 
      An Amount-Based BOQ requires this data entry:
      • Budget Code
        Select a budget code or click Create Budget Code. See What is a budget code in Procore's WBS? 
      • Description
        Enter a description for the line item. For example, type: Monthly Service Fee
      • Amount
        Enter the total amount for the line item.
      • Billed to Date
        Later, when you create payment applications, this column will automatically show the amount that has already been billed to date. 
      • Amount Remaining
        Later, when you create payment applications, this column will automatically show the amount that has NOT yet been billed to date.
    • For a Unit/Quantity Based contract:
      A Unit/Quantity Based BOQ requires this data entry: 
      • Budget Code
        Select a budget code or click Create Budget Code. See What is a budget code in Procore's WBS? 
      • Description
        Enter a description for the line item. For example, type: Monthly Service Fee
      • Qty
        Enter the number of units.
      • UoM
        Select the Unit of Measure (UoM) from the list. See Which units of measure are included on Procore's master list? and Add a Unit of Measure to the Unit of Measure Master List.
      • Unit Cost
        Enter the Unit Cost in this box. You'll notice that the value in this column contains four (4) decimal points (for example, £0.0000) to allow you to enter the specific value required to calculate accurate pricing. 
        Example
        If you are buying 50,000 units for £1,006,625.00, you would enter a unit price of £20.1325. 
      • Amount
        The system automatically calculates the subtotal for you, based on the QtyUOM, and Unit Cost entries. 
      • Billed to Date
        Later, when you create payment applications, this column will automatically show the amount that has already been billed to date. 
      • Amount Remaining
        Later, when you create payment applications, this column will automatically show the amount that has NOT yet been billed to date.
  4. Optional: Repeat the steps above to add as many line items as needed. 
  5. Click Save
    Procore saves the line items on the contract's BOQ. 
Import Line Items to the Funding BOQ from a CSV File
  1. In the 'Bill of Quantities' card, click the Import BOQ from CSV button. 
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  2. Click the Download CSV Template button and choose one of these options:
    • Blank Template. Click this option to download a blank template. 
      OR
    • Template with Existing Line Items.  Click this option to download a template that includes any existing line item data from your project's budget. 
       Note
      • Procore downloads a CSV template file to your web browser's file download location.
      • The name of the file is: Funding BOQ Template.csv
  3. Open the template that you downloaded on your computer. 
  4. Enter the data that you want to upload directly into the template. 
     Important
    Do NOT change or rearrange the Column Headings in the template file. 
  5. After entering your line item data, make sure to save your file updates in the 'Comma Separated Values' file format. 
  6. Navigate back to Procore. Then, in the 'CSV File' section, choose one of these options:
    • Click Upload File
      OR
    • Use a drag-and-drop operation to move the template you just updated into the 'CSV File' section. 
  7. Choose one of these options:
    • Add Additional Line Items. Choose this option if you want to create new line items using the data in your template.
      OR
    • Replace Existing Line Items. Choose this option if you want to erase any existing line items from the funding and replace them with data in your template. 
  8. Click Import

Edit the Accounting Method

The first step when updating a Bill of Quantities is to define the accounting method for the contract. The method you choose also applies to all variations and/or payment applications for that contract. The accounting method can only be changed BEFORE you add line items to a BOQ. Procore does NOT permit you to change a contract's accounting method after line items are added. 

 Tip
What's the difference between the Amount Based and Unit/Quantity Based contract? For details, see How do I set the accounting method for a contract or funding?
  • To change the accounting method to Unit/Quantity, click the Change to Unit/Quantity button. 
  • To change the accounting method back to Amount-Based, click the Change to Amount Based button. 

Edit the Bill of Quantities

You have these options when editing a BOQ:

Edit a Line Item

You can edit an existing line item using the inline editing function. Simply click one of the data cells and replace the existing content.

Add and Delete Line Items
  1. Navigate to the funding.
  2. Click the Bill of Quantities tab.
  3. Click the vertical ellipsis (⋮). Then choose one of these options:
    • Add Above. Select this option to add a line item above the current line item. Added line items are recorded in the funding's 'Change History' tab.
    • Add Below. Select this option to add a line item below the current line item. Added line items are recorded in the funding's 'Change History' tab.
    • Delete. Select this option to delete the current line item. Deleted line items are recorded in the funding's 'Change History' tab.
  4. Click Save.
Rearrange Line Items

To move a line item to the top of the list, click the cell that you want to move. Then type "1" in the list. This moves the selected line to the top of the list and adjusts all the existing line items into ascending consecutive order.

Edit the Attachments

You can add or delete attachments from a funding. You can add and delete attachments when the funding is in any status.

Add Attachments

To add file attachments to a funding:

  1. On the 'Attachments' card, click Edit.
  2. Click Attach Files
  3. In the 'Attach Files' dialogue box, highlight the location where the files to upload are stored. Options include:
    • My Computer. Click Upload Files to open your computer's finder. Select the files to upload and click Open
    • Photos. If the Photos tool is active on the project, choose the location from the Select Album list and then search for the file(s) to upload. 
    • Drawings. If the Drawings tool is active on the project, choose the area from the Select Area list and then search for the file(s) to upload. 
    • Forms. If the Forms tool is active on the project, choose the template from the Select Template list and then search for the file(s) to upload. 
    • Documents. If the Documents tool is active on the project, navigate to the folder storing the file(s) to upload and then highlight them. 
  4. Click Attach

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    A progress indicator shows you the status of the upload. 
  5. Click the Close (X) icon on the Attach Files dialogue box.  
Delete Attachments

To delete an attachment:

  1. On the 'Attachments' card, click Edit.
  2. Click the (x) on the file that you want to delete.
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  3. Click Save on the 'Attachments' card.