• Subject: Re: what sort of form do you use?
  • From: "James W. Kilgore" <qappdsn@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Jul 1998 00:54:06 -0700
  • Organization: Progressive Data Systems, Inc.



boothm@ibm.net wrote:

> Here is a not-quite AS/400 question.
>
> What do you that do contracting use for a timesheet/proof of delivery of
> services?
>
> Usually I just send a bill, but this client wants his people to sign off
> on something to validate the hours.  What do the rest of you do?
>

For some I perform a DSPOBJ to an outfile and list all programs/commands that
have a change date within the billing time period and send it along with the
invoice.   If all of your work is done on-site, try a timeclock card.

For the hard-nosed ones, they have to signoff on the work produced.
Screen/report designs, test results, etc.  Since "proof" is at their request, 
(at
whatever level) it becomes a part of project management and the additional time
to satisfy their requirements are billable.    Sometimes I sign on to a
workstation when I arrive and signoff when I leave and produce a report from
QHST.  Whatever makes them happy.

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