EVM is effective to manage programs because it integrates cost, schedule, technical, and risk attributes. So why is it so unpopular?
DoD Office of Acquisition Analytics & Policy released a new version of the Earned Value Management Implementation Guide (EVMIG) on 18 January 2019.
On 29 October 2018, the DCMA EVMS Center published "Business Practice 2: Post Award Earned Value Management System Description Review – Initial and Changes," outlining DCMA’s roles and responsibilities regarding the review and approval of initial contractor SD submissions as well as proposed cha
In Earned Value Management news, the NDIA IPMD is responsible for the Agile Guide, which shows you how to integrating Agile metrics with EVM on those programs with formal EVM requirements.
In scheduling news, the NDIA IPMD has formed a working group to gather and vet proposed changes to the Planning and Scheduling Excellence Guide (PASEG) Version 3.0.
In Earned Value Management News, NDIA IPMD is reviewing the current EIA-748-C standard and will be releasing EIA-748-D for public comment in 2018. However, major changes are expected in EIA-748-E, due in 2023.
In Earned Value Management news, AT&L has been reorganized into two new groups: The Undersecretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (R&E) and The Undersecretary of Acquisition and Sustainment (A&S)