This document specifies requirements for information management, in the form of a management process, within the context of the delivery phase of assets and the exchanges of information within it, using building information modelling.
This document can be applied to all types of assets and by all types and sizes of organizations, regardless of the chosen procurement strategy.

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This document outlines the concepts and principles for information management at a stage of maturity described as "building information modelling (BIM) according to the ISO 19650 series".
This document provides recommendations for a framework to manage information including exchanging, recording, versioning and organizing for all actors.
This document is applicable to the whole life cycle of any built asset, including strategic planning, initial design, engineering, development, documentation and construction, day-to-day operation, maintenance, refurbishment, repair and end-of-life.
This document can be adapted to assets or projects of any scale and complexity, so as not to hamper the flexibility and versatility that characterize the large range of potential procurement strategies and so as to address the cost of implementing this document.

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The scope of this guidance is deliberately restricted only to refer to EN ISO 19650-1 and -2, highlighting and describing the manner in which to use it -and not extending or contradicting the scope and content of the standard  The document aims simply to provide minimum supporting text to achieve a basic understanding and ability to implement EN ISO 19650-1 and -2. In each country, each client, each team can use this guidance to provide the best response to information management in each project.  
This document explains the terms and definitions, explains the concepts and principles and how to use them, and gives typical examples with clear explanations.
It should be noted that in this guidance, Information Management is considered as a part of the Project Management.
This guidance is intended to demonstrate how the standard works at European level, which is neutral, agnostic, and applicable to any of the following circumstances:
-   the nature of contracts: e. g. public; private, alliances, global, partnership,
-   the actors' functions: e. g. through the programming, design, construction phases, from small agencies, SMEs to large firms, large companies,
-   the types of works: e. g. simple, complex, new, rehabilitated, housing, infrastructure.

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This document deals with the processes involved in the procurement and delivery of information to planning and construction projects, specifically with exchange information requirement (EIR) and BIM execution plan (BEP), considering the administrative processes. This document takes into account international standards and specifications as well as recommended practice.
This document is relevant for all parties involved in the tendering of information deliverables. Including both those that require and those that deliver the information. The required information can be relevant for all processes in the life cycle such as design, construction, operation and maintenance and end-of-life processes. It applies above all to e.g. client, asset owners/operators, architects, engineer, contractors, subcontractors etc.
This document provides methodology to appointing parties on how to require and agree the right amount, quality and level of information needs.
It is also important for appointed parties to be able to assess the quality of existing EIRs and identify possible over-specification or gaps. Based on this, it is possible to estimate and calculate the necessary effort for data creation.
This document operationalizes the tendering and appointment process of information deliverables as specified in EN ISO 19650-2:2018. This document does not cover all clauses of EN ISO 19650-2:2018. Its main goal is to provide template examples and guidance for all activities conditioning specification of requirements and deliverables in the production of exchange information requirements and BIM execution plan. Specifically, it covers the “shall” and “shall consider” requirements in EN ISO 19650-2:2018, 5.2.1 (EIR), 5.3.2 (pre-appointment BEP) and 5.4.1 (confirmed BEP). For specification of Scope and out of scope see Table 1 (see Annex A for which part of EN ISO 19650-2:2018 is supported by templates).

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This document provides guidance on how to develop an information delivery manual (IDM) in compliance with EN ISO 29481-1 hereafter referred to as the “IDM standard”. This document explains the core components and development process of the IDM methodology in non-technical terms. This document aims to help users and software vendors understand and utilize the IDM standard in defining information requirements and deliverables.
The technical implementation of IDM in a data model, model view definition  (MVD), is excluded from this document’s scope. IDM standard introduces the MVD concept but does not specify it in detail.
This document also utilizes some transaction framework concepts introduced in EN ISO 29481-2. The technical XML- and XSD-schema definitions supporting the software solutions are excluded from this document.

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