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For government contractors that have a pending contract award, or are considering bidding on a contract with the Department of Defense (DoD), the department’s new Integrated Program Management Reporting (IPMR) requirement is a significant change in earned value management (EVM) reporting. Deltek expert partner BDO provides some answers to topline questions about Integrated Program Management Data Analysis Report (IPMDAR) and keeping compliant.
Why is a credible project estimate at completion (EAC) important to both project managers and business managers? It’s about the company’s bottom line. The EAC provides an indication of whether the company is going to make a profit or take a loss on a project.
Understand the importance of creating and maintaining quality schedule and cost data for the life of a project. Along with a short list of tips to add schedule and cost data quality checks into the project control process.
Do you need actual costs at the same level as the budget, earned value, and estimate to complete to adequately evaluate project performance and maintain a useful estimate at completion? Read this blog to find out.
If you’re new to project management, are preparing to bid on your very first contract with an EVM requirement, or are just plain lost when it comes to the basics, then I invite you to re-fill that cup of coffee, sit back, and dive into EVM 101 with us for the next few minutes…
The DCMA is currently piloting a new risk-based surveillance process and plans to roll it out in 2018. In this blog, Dave Scott, managing director at BDO answers three key questions DoD Contractors who will be impacted by this process should consider in preparation for the upcoming changes.
For project and portfolio managers there can be tremendous value in implementing Agile and Earned Value Management (EVM) together. However, to implement them together successfully, there are differences between the two that must be considered for closer alignment.
So you put in a bid for a contract that has earned value management (EVM) requirements, and surprise you won! Now what? Read on to learn more about the basics behind EVM, and why you should start thinking about implementing the right tools and processes now, before it’s too late.
You probably already know that earned value management (EVM) is a framework for managing projects. But are you as familiar with the concept of the earned value management system (EVMS)? We're taking a closer look at what makes up an EVMS, how to know when it is required, and where to go for more information.
We’re wrapping up the four-part series today, with the top three do’s and don’ts for EVM/Agile application.
- Business Development
- Business Infrastructure
- Contract Management
- Cost Management
- Costs and Expenses
- Deltek Clarity
- Deltek Costpoint
- Deltek Insight
- Earned Value Management
- Enterprise Resource Planning
- Financial Management
- Firm Management
- Government Contracting
- Human Capital Management
- KPIs and Analytics
- Project and Portfolio Management
- Project Management
- Resource Planning
- Risk Analysis
- Scheduling and Planning
- Small Business
- Talent Management
- Time and Expense Management