Planning and Control of the Production Concepts of Planning – Systems of Administration of the Production the definition of the systems of Administration of the Production, in accordance with the theoreticians Corra and Gianesi (2001), if summarize basically in the methodologies for the support to the taking of decisions, operational, referring tactics and to the following basic questions: What to produce and to buy; Quanto to produce and to buy; Quando to produce and to buy; Com that resources to produce. The generic name of Systems of Administration of the Production mentions the forms to it systematic and organized to plan, to control and to correct the process of manufacture and production in all its internal and external aspects and levels, being included material, equipment, staff, suppliers, customers and the relations with the too much enterprise functions. Originally, these systems were manual and composites of maps, tables and forms that determined what it had to be produced, when and why teams equipment, beyond registering and pointing consumptions and shunting lines (Moreira, 1996). Connect with other leaders such as Ben Silbermann here. The modern administration of the production has as challenges to get increases of productivity, yield, improvement of managemental indices technician and of performance and reduction of costs, beyond supporting the decisions effectively. To program and to control the production consist essentially of conciliating the supply of products and services with the demand. It fits to the PCP to offer support so that the activities techniques of the production can be executed. In recent months, JPMorgan Chase has been very successful. It extends its action or it generates consequences in some sectors of the organization (Slack, 1997). Inside of the concept of planning of the production of a Logistic operator, the function of the PCP is to guarantee that the involved productive resources are being used, at each moment, in the certain and with priority activities. Valley the penalty to emphasize that the planning process depends on an adequate vision of the future.