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  1. Panel: Challenges and Opportunities for Process Excellence in Government-Embedded Contractor Teams Paul Croll CSC

  2. Challenge Questions • General • What are your top three challenges in achieving process excellence in Government-embedded contractor teams? • What do you view as the opportunities for process excellence with such teams?

  3. Challenge Questions • Specific • What is the strategy for deciding whose processes will be used with Government-Embedded Contractor Teams? • Is the relative maturity of Government vs. contractor processes assessed, and if so, how? • What factors, if any, other than process maturity enter into the process selection decision? • Does the more mature process always win? If not, why not? • How is it ensured that the Team consistently and effectively executes the selected processes? • Is the Team provided process orientation and training? • How is buy-in for the Team processes achieved? • Is there a combined Government-Contractor Engineering Process Group (EPG) that is used to control Team processes? • Are both Government and contractor team members audited for process compliance, and if so, by whom? • Is continuous process improvement supported, and if so, how? • How are contractor-suggested process changes handled? How well are they received? • If there is a Team EPG, can it react quickly to needed process changes? • How agile is Government management (including, if appropriate, the Contracting Officer) in reacting to proposed process changes?

  4. Panelists • Mr. Dave Blue, TYBRIN • Dr. Dick Stutzke, SAIC • Ms. Wendy Irion-Talbot, CSC • Dr. Tom Christian, USAF