Read about the project resource in the Resource Hierarchy overview.
A project can be identified in the following ways: A project ID is different from a project name.
The project name is a human-readable way to identify your projects, but it isn't used by any Google APIs.
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For information on how to grant individuals the role and limit organization-wide access, see the Managing Default Organization Roles page.
If you do not specify the parent resource, a parent resource is selected automatically based on the user account's domain.
Service accounts are not allowed to create projects outside of an organization and must specify the parent resource when creating a project.
Service accounts can create a new project using the method.
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