Applying Earned Value Management on a Project
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Department of Agriculture, Cafeteria Conference Room (Wing 2 Entrance)
12th and Independence Ave, S.W.
The aim of this presentation is to walk the audience through the steps involved in actually applying EVM on a program in compliance with the ANSI/EIA Standard 748, Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS) and an individual company’s Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
It begins with the assumption that an EVM System has been fully implemented and all the subsystems and procedures are in place. It closely follows the structure of the ANSI/EIA 748 guidelines all the way from building the Performance Measurement Baseline through to forecasting, variance analysis and reporting. It looks at what has to be in place and also explains why the various steps are taken and the expected outcome of each.
The M2D2 Event is free of charge and open to all interested PMs. Preregistration is required.
Metro Accessible via Smithsonian Station
Government ID or Photo ID is required to enter the facility
About the Speaker
Desmond Bollers, is a certified Earned Value Professional (EVP) and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). He also holds the Graduate Certificate in Earned Value Management from the College of Performance Management (CPM). During his more than two decades of program/project planning and management and controls experience he has worked for Raytheon Technical Services Company (RTSC), Northrop Grumman IT, BAE Systems and SI International and has provided consulting services to RTSC, Northrop Grumman Technical Services (NGTS), EADS North America, ArmorGroup, AECOM, Aurora Flight Sciences, SBIG USA, Inc., The Ambit Group, The BMMI Group and GeoEye.
About the M2D2 Monthly Downtown DC Meetings
PMIWDC holds a free monthly brown bag meeting at the US Department of Agriculture. These meetings are free, and open to the public, but preregistration is required.