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NDIA Earned Value Management Application Guide. Status Report May 3, 2005. Objectives. Prepare a Guide for Federal Agencies and Industry on the application of EVMS. A standard set of guidelines for ANSI compliance, surveillance reviews, and IBRs.

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objectives
Objectives

Prepare a Guide for Federal Agencies and Industry on the application of EVMS. A standard set of guidelines for ANSI compliance, surveillance reviews, and IBRs.

Address “how used” for the NDIA PMS Committee documents (e.g. ANSI/EIA 748, Intent Guide and Surveillance Guide).

Provide a process for both government and industry so a review documenting ANSI Guideline compliance could be accepted without another review.

Limit the page count to a range of 15 to 20 pages excluding appendices

Appendices provide an executive summary of existing and relevant NDIA EVM documents; not a reprint

outline
Outline
  • Introduction – Dave Muzio (1 page)
  • Written to inform Federal Agencies
  • Acquisition Life Cycle and Earned Value Management (3)
  • Acquisition Life Cycle (picture)
  • EVM Application (picture)
  • Contracting (6)
  • Contract Administration (5)
  • Appendices - Executive Summaries (3)
  • Program Managers Guide to IBR Process
  • ANSI/EIA 748 and Intent Guide
  • Surveillance Guide
typical acquisition life cycle
Typical Acquisition Life Cycle

EVM Application Guide

PRODUCTION

COST

DEVELOPMENT

COST

OPERATING AND SUPPORT COST

Pre-Systems Acquisition

Demonstration

Concept Refinement/ Technology Identification

Operation and Sustainment

Systems Acquisition

evm application principles
EVM Application – Principles*

Plan all work scope and assign responsibility

Integrate work scope, schedule, and cost objectives

Objectively assess work performed

Analyze significant variances & Estimates at Completion

Actual Costs incurred in work performed

Use EVMS information in the Management Processes

*ANSI/EIA 748

Authorization to Proceed (ATP)

acquisition life cycle and earned value management 3 pages
Acquisition Life Cycle and Earned Value Management (3 pages)
  • OMB Business Case EVM objectives
  • When should EVM be applied in the Acquisition Life Cycle?
  • What is Earned Value Management?
  • Does Earned Value Management apply to Government in house activity?
contracting 6 pages
Contracting (6 pages)
  • Project Management Requirements
  • Contract Types, Subcontracts and Small contracts
  • Earned Value Management integration into Project Management
  • Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB)
  • Integrated Baseline Reviews (IBRs)
  • Measuring Project accomplishments and performance
  • Risk Management Planning
  • Use of incentives and payments
  • Reporting project status
  • Determining EVM conformance with ANSI/EIA 748
contract administration 5 pages
Contract Administration (5 pages)
  • Performance Measurement Baseline Assessment
  • Management Analysis
  • Risk Mitigation
  • Change Management
  • Surveillance
drafting inputs
Drafting inputs
  • Introduction (1) – Dave Muzio and Dave Treacy
  • Acquisition Life Cycle and Earned Value Management (3)
    • Contributors ?
  • Contracting (6)
    • Contributors ?
  • Contract Administration (5)
    • Contributors ?
  • Appendices - Executive Summaries (3) – Wayne Abba and Walt Berkey
path forward
Path Forward
  • Objectives and scope – complete
  • Inputs drafted by contributors – June 15
    • Email drafts to Wayne Abba & Walt Berkey
  • Compile inputs into draft – July 30
  • NDIA PM Systems Committee comments – August Mtg.
  • Integrate NDIA comments – September 30
  • Submit to NDIA PMSC Chair – October 15
  • Editor review and preparation for Publication
  • Publication – December 1