The requirements section of each project is determined by the initial requirements that are set up on the associated program (learn more about setting up programs here). Each of the requirements set up at the program level will appear on each project. Some requirements may not be applicable to all projects; however, they will all still appear on the project.
You are able to either set a dollar amount or a percentage amount for how the project relates back to each requirement. If the project does not relate to a requirement, set that amount to $0.00 or 0%.
When using percentages in the requirements section, the percentages can add up to greater than 100%. For example, if the project you are working on was done in Atlantic Canada then you can say that 100% of this project goes towards your Atlantic Canada requirement. If the recipient also happens to be an SME, then you can say that 100% of this project also goes towards your SME requirement as allowed by your contract with the offset authority.
As you update the requirement and save the changes on the project, the changes will be reflected on the 'view mode' of the project but also in each pie chart on the program when viewing 'identified' amounts.
For example, if I have a project being done by an SME and the credit amount is $100,000 and I indicate that 100% of the project goes towards my SME requirement, then that will update the 'identified' on the pie charts visible on the 'view mode' of the program.
To learn more about requirements at the program level, click here.