If the official ANSIC criteria are the core facts and the NDIA Intent Guide describes what the facts really mean, this guide appears to try and explain how to use the facts to better manage the work. Interestingly, the language appears to be very much focused on program management versus earned value management.
All contracts with EVM are required to have an IBR pre- or post-award to finalize the agreement on the baseline and ensure the risks are identified and understood. Depending on the risk to establishing an achievable performance measurement baseline at time of contract award, the use of an IBR before or after award must be determined.
Nevertheless, agencies are expected to achieve at the completion of the contract at least 90 percent of the cost, schedule and performance goals established at the time of contract award.
Agencies should only require in the contract sufficient goods or services to result in the agency receiving complete useful assets. Do not incentive contractors to provide more than needed to meet strategic goals. EVM is normally used on Fixed-price incentive contracts and cost reimbursement contracts.
EVM shall also be used on firm-fixed price and any other type of contract that meets the major acquisition threshold if that contract contains a significant amount of development work. Does the investment have a Risk Management Plan?
Has the plan been significantly changed since last years submission to OMB? If yes, describe significant changes. If no plan When? Briefly, describe how investment risks are reflected in the life-cycle cost estimate and investment schedule Use appendix 5, Risk Management, as the basis for your risk management process Use appendix 9, Cost Estimating, as the basis for your cost estimating process Agencies are expected to award contracts that have a high probability of achieving at least 90 of the cost, schedule and performance goals established in the planning phase.
High risk should be accepted only if it can be justified by high expected returns, and only if program failure can be absorbed by the agency with loss of service capability or significant effect on the budget. Decision thresholds should be set for cost, schedule and performance expectations of development projects beyond which the ROI becomes so low that the project should be cancelled.
Does the EVMS meet the criteria in ?Due to the DCMA backlog of conducting EVMS certification reviews for the non‐DOD agencies, the contractors (vendors) having a requirement for EVMS certification are not being serviced in . NASA Earned Value Management (EVM) Update timberdesignmag.com National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Earned Value Management (EVM) Update EVM World • NDIA PMSC EVMS Intent Guide • EVM Capability Documentation • NASA Schedule Management HB • .
NDIA ANSI EIA A Standard for Earned Value Management Systems Intent Guide. The NDIA ANSI EIA Intent Guide was created by the National Defense Industrial Association Program Management System Committee to promote a clearer understanding of the ANSI/EIAA.
NDIA 03 - Application of Earned Value Management (EVM) in the Manufacturing, Production and Naval Construction Environment (PMNC) The value of EVM on a development program is practically a given in today’s environment.
acquisition management, earned value management system (EVMS) implementation and analysis, schedule development and analysis, schedule risk assessment, and training services.
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Here are links to pages of interest to the EVMS and Microsoft Project community. EVMS Links – United States. NDIA EVMS Surveillance Guide.
NDIA Integrated Baseline Review (IBR) Guide. NDIA Planning and Scheduling Excellence Guide (PASEG) Office of .