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NDIA Program Management Systems Committee (PMSC) Agenda for February 1st and 2nd, 2011 Meeting Host: Lockheed Martin The Worthington Renaissance 200 Main Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102 Contact: Lee Wimp, Jr. Hotel Lockheed Martin Meeting Tel: 817-777-7798 Facility Call 800-266-9432, or go online here, Aeronautics Visitor Center and ask for the Fax: 817-762-6117 1 Lockheed Blvd "Lockheed Martin NDIA Meeting" email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fort Worth, TX 76108 Room Rate: $138 + taxes Click here for bus schedule to & from the hotel & meeting facility. 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM 30 Registration/Coffee/Networking All 8:00 AM - 8:15 AM 15 Call to Order, Welcome, Introductions & Agenda Rev. Mr. Joe Kusick, PMSC Chair 8:15 AM - 9:00 AM 45 Lockheed Martin Welcome Mr. Mike Joyce 9:00 AM - 9:45 AM 45 PMSC Update Mr. Joe Kusick & Mr. Mike Martin 9:45 AM - 10:00 AM 15 << BREAK >> 10:00 AM - 10:20 AM 20 PMSC Charter Revisions Ms. Gay Infanti Tuesday, 1 February 2011 10:20 AM - 10:40 AM CPR CDRL Recommendations to PARCA Ms. Sung Soon Stultz Industry Only Meeting 20 10:40 AM - 11:00 AM 20 EVMS Proprietary Data Recommendations to PARCA Mr. Joe Kusick & Mr. Wade Smith 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM 30 PPSS Update & Input to PARCA on IMS Policy Ms. Carol Boser Guides Update Schedule Review (Acceptance, Application & Ms. Gay Infanti & 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM 30 Intent) Summary of final changes and vote on Surveillance Mr. Dave Roberts 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM 60 Guide << LUNCH & Keynote >> 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM # CAIWG Special Keynote: "How to get off the Risk List" Dr. Bob Rovinsky 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM 30 DOD Overhead Reduction Update Mr. Neil Albert 1:30 PM - 1:50 PM 20 Industrial Committee for Program Mgmt Update Mr. Neil Albert & Mr. Pete Wynne 1:50 PM - 2:30 PM 40 Vote on PMSC Officers At Large Ms. Gay Infanti & Mr. Pete Deacon 2:30 PM - 3:00 PM 30 << BREAK >> Working Group Sessions. Click here for Breakout Room Assignments. 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM 60 Guides Production Contracts Risk & Opportunity PM Outreach 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM 30 Summary/Discussions & Adjournment Mr. Joe Kusick, PMSC Chair Joe T. Garcia's Restaurant Reception: 6:15 PM Lockheed Martin 2201 N. Commerce, Ft. Worth, TX Dinner: 7:00 PM Hosted Dinner Bus transportation provided. Click here for schedule. Note to Government Employees on Meals and Transportation. Click Here. 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM 30 Registration/Coffee/Networking All 8:00 AM - 8:15 AM 15 Call to Order, Welcome, Introductions & Agenda Rev. Mr. Joe Kusick, PMSC Chair 8:15 AM - 8:30 AM 15 Lockheed Martin Welcome & Keynote Introduction Mr. Tom Blakely Joint Government/Industry Meeting 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM 60 Keynote Address Mr. Doug Ebersole 9:30 AM - 9:45 AM 15 << BREAK >> Wednesday, 2 February 2011 The Value of Integrated Baseline Reviews Roundtable Moderator 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM 60 Mr. Doug Ebersole • Mr. Tom Fitzgerald Ms. Gay Infanti Dr. Steve Messervy Ms. Nan Bouchard • Mr. Bennett Croswell 10:45 AM - 10:55 AM 10 Transition Applying Agile Software Development to Mr. Martin Radley & 10:55 AM - 11:40 AM 45 Existing EVMS Programs Mr. Glen B. Alleman 11:40 AM - 12:00 PM 20 WBS MIL-Std 881 Update Mr. Neil Albert 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM 60 << LUNCH >> 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM 30 PARCA Update Mr. Gary Bliss 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM 30 DCMA Update Mr. Gordon Kranz 2:00 PM - 2:30 PM 30 NAVAIR 4.2 Update Mr. Dave Burgess 2:30 PM - 3:00 PM 30 MDA Update Mr. Dave Melton 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM 30 Navy Update Mr. Beau Willis 3:30 PM - 3:45 PM 15 << BREAK >> 3:45 PM - 4:15 PM 30 Air Force Update Mr. Bob Loop 4:15 PM - 4:45 PM 30 NASA Presentation Mr. Ken Poole Infanti/Roberts, Herrington, 4:45 PM - 5:30 PM 45 Working Group Summary Presentations Martin, Hale, Spriggs 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM 30 Summary/Discussions & Adjournment Mr. Joe Kusick, PMSC Chair Any Government Office Representatives who wish to provide and/or present an update for the committee, please notify Joe Kusick at Joe_Kusick@raytheon.com. Morning Day Date Bus Leave Renaissance Worthington Hotel Arrive LM Meeting Facility 1 7:00 AM 7:30 AM Tueday 1 Feb 2 7:15 AM 7:45 AM 1 7:00 AM 7:30 AM Wednesday 2 Feb 2 7:15 AM 7:45 AM Bus Schedule Afternoon Day Date Bus Leave LM Meeting Facility Arrive Renaissance Worthington Hotel 1 4:30 PM 5:00 PM Tueday 1 Feb 2 4:30 PM 5:00 PM 1 6:00 PM 6:30 PM Wednesday 2 Feb 2 6:00 PM 6:30 PM Tuesday Evening (Hosted Dinner) at Joe T. Garcia's Day Date Bus Leave Renaissance Worthington Hotel Arrive Joe T. Garcia's Restaurant 1 6:00 PM 6:15 PM Tueday 1 Feb 2 6:00 PM 6:15 PM Day Date Bus Leave Joe T. Garcia's Restaurant Arrive Renaissance Worthington Hotel 1 8:30 PM 8:45 PM Tuesday 1 Feb 2 8:30 PM 8:45 PM Working Group Breakout Session - Conference Room Assignments Working Groups & Leaders Breakout Rooms Room Capacity * 1 Contracts AVC Theater 32 (Leader: Mike Martin) 2 Guides (Leaders: Gay Infanti and Dave Roberts) AVC Oval Room 16 - 50 3 Production AVC Display Area ** 450 (Leader: Kim Herrington) 4 PM Outreach Conference Room 5-1-E73 20 - 35 (Leader: Jane Spriggs) 5 Risk and Opportunity Mgt AVC Conference Room 16 - 20 (Leader: Mary Ann Hale) * minimum number represents seats at the conference table; maximum is total seating available. ** refers to the room the PMSC meeting is being conducted. gnments Telecon Capability Yes Yes No No Yes Topic Directory Day One Each PMSC meeting is hosted/sponsored by one or more organizations. The Host Welcome hosting organization for the February 2011 PMSC meeting is Lockheed Martin. The PMSC is the principal industrial body that interfaces directly with the US Government on matters relating to Performance Measurement and Earned PMSC Update Value Management. This presentation is designed to provide PMSC Member Company representatives with an overview of activities since the previous PMSC meeting. The PMSC Charter has ungone some revisions and has been approved by the PMSC Charter Revisions board members. Ms. Gay Infanti will review the changes and a call for an approval vote. The CPR working group was initiated as one of the 3 major action items under the auspices of the PARCA EVMS Stakeholders Meetings. The focus of the group is as follows: o Define subcontracting level of incorporation CPR CDRL o Define frequency Recommendations to PARCA o Define level of hierarchy required for Format 1 o Define requirements for Format 5 o Define governance process for all The EVMS Proprietary Data working group was also initiated as one of the 3 EVMS Proprietary Data major action items under the auspices of the PARCA EVMS Stakeholders Recommendations to PARCA Meetings. The Program Planning and Scheduling Subcommittee (PPSS) team was initiated because it was evident to both the government and industry that the program management community has lost its corporate knowledge of planning and scheduling. The focus of the group is to Define, Develop & PPSS Update & Input to Implement Solutions to Improve Program Planning & Execution Practices in PARCA on IMS Policy DoD and industry. The final product of the team is to provide an IMS Guide which will be initially published under the auspices of NDIA PMSC. This team covers the third major action area of the PARCA EVMS Stakeholders Meetings. Ms. Gay Infanti and Mr. Dave Roberts will give a status update for the Guides Update Schedule Review Guides Update Working Group. The five guides will be reviewed in the future (Acceptance, Application & Intent) under a mandatory 3 year cycle. The Surveillance Guide and the System Final change summary and vote on Acceptance Guides have recently been updated. The Surveillance Guide will Surveillance Guide be voted on during the winter meeting. Dr. Bob Rovinsky will discuss revitalization of the Civilian and Industry Working Group. Specifically, he will address the overall strategic and tactical plans that are being formulated so all agencies can share and implement management best practices. Mr. Joe Kusick, NDIA PMSC Chair will facilitate and assist Dr. Rovinsky in these discussions. A key focus of the CAIWG will be inter-agency assistance in the deployment of best practices, CAIWG Special Keynote: as well as development of a network that will facilitate the sharing of "How to get off the Risk List" common challenges and solution sets. The focus of this discussion will be our common challenges, and the intent to share our known and proven solutions. Efforts will be focused on developing leading metrics so that progress can be measured. Dr. Rovinsky will also share what the FAA had to accomplish in terms of process and management improvement in order to be taken off the governments "Risk List". This compelling discussion will be of great interest to other agencies that are attending this conference. Topic Directory Mr. Neil Albert will update a presentation of the Defense Business Board (DBB) recommendations related to the current DoD Overhead Reduction DOD Overhead Reduction Update Initiative. The DBB was installed in 2001 by then Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld to help improve the DoD business practices. It is now an official federal advisory committee. An update of the activities of the Industrial Committee for Program Management (ICPM). This group's meetings are by invitation only and are Industrial Committee for Chaired by Mr. David Ahern, Director OSD Portfolio Systems Acquisition and Program Management Update Mr. Mike Joyce, Lockheed Martin Executive VP for Program Excellence. Ms. Gay Infanti and Mr. Pete Deacon will moderate the introduction of candidates for Directors At Large. Each candidate will deliver a very brief Vote on PMSC Officers At Large presentation of their qualifications for a Directorship. This working group is focusing on updating all of the complementary Working Group Session: Guides documents to the ANSI/EIA 748 Standard. This includes the Intent Guide, System Acceptance Guide, Systems Application Guide, Guide to the IBR, and Surveillance Guide. This group's charter is to analyze EVM practices and processes on production contracts and provide a common understanding of terminology, processes and Earned Value application used in a production environment. The planned output is; Documenting production EVM issues, typical company practices, Working Group Session: Production difference in production process versus typical development program process (and/or outputs), and perceived expectations of production EVM process and to consolidate individual issue documentation into a white paper summarizing production EVM issues. This working group is focused on resolving contract related EVMS issues. The team is currently reenergizing its efforts but still awaiting some key Government articipants (PARCA, EVM Center, OSD PSA). The following issues remain open and require Government participation and input to achieve closure. o Contract vs. EVM system order of precedence o Subcontractor validation Working Group Session: Contracts o Subcontractor Surveillance compliance and surveillance o EVM implementation challenges o Use of a supplier’s previously-validated process at a new supplier site o DCMA EV Standard Surveillance Instruction (SSI) o Ownership and Control of Management Reserve o Undefinitized Contractual Actions (UCAs) / Unpriced Change Orders (UCOs) o Treatment of existing CAR’s when Business Systems DFARS is implemented. Topic Directory The proposed charter of this working group is to “Review, document, and communicate Government and Industry “successful practices” for effective Risk and Opportunity (R/O) Management throughout the acquisition life cycle of any Government program. Includes quantitative and qualitative processes for planning, identifying, assessing, handling, and monitoring events that could have a potential for causing a positive (Opportunity) or negative (Risk) impact to program objectives. Consider and recommend changes to applicable Government policies, practices and processes which, if implemented, would enable or enhance the implementation of effective R/O Management. Define the approach for effective integration of R/O Management with other program management processes including, but not Working Group Session: Risk and limited to, Planning, Scheduling, EAC development, and Cost Estimation”. Opportunity Management The proposed objectives are to “Provide Industry and Government Subject Matter Experts on Risk & Opportunity Management to give presentations on “successful practices”. Develop and recommend integrating techniques, guidance, successful practices, and training that supports the integration of Risk & Opportunity Management with other Program Management functions.” The output of the team will be an update to the existing whitepaper, a potential new whitepaper, and successful practices on this subject. This working group’s stated mission is to “broaden the focus and membership of the PMSC to influence acquisition policy and share best practices among program management professionals”. To date, this working group has completed some suggested changes to the PMSC Charter which reflect a broader program management focus. A Risk and Working Group Session: PM Outreach OpportunityWorking Management Group was also initiated as a result of this group’s activity. Additionally the group successfully implemented an online registration system for all PMSC meetings. This new group has 26 participants; 9 of which are new to the PMSC. Day Two Each meeting of the PMSC is hosted/sponsored by one or more organizations. The hosting organization(s) take just a few moments each day Host Welcome to welcome the assemble audience and to provide information about that organization's operations. Mr. Doug Ebersole, a member of the Senior Executive Service, is the Keynote Address Director of Engineering for the Joint Strike Fighter Program Office. This is a joint government/industry roundtable discussion regarding Integrated Baseline Reviews. Panel participants will be asked to share their The Value of views on the pitfalls, suggested areas of improvements, and what the future Integrated Baseline Reviews holds for the IBR process on major acquisitions. For programs with software intensive elements, the program manager can adopt the principles defined in Agile software development methods without Applying losing Earned Value’s meaningful units of measure. When adopting the Agile Software Development to principles of Agile software development, the program can measure progress Existing EVMS Programs in terms of working software instead of process compliance. Mr. Neil Albert, President MCR LLC, will update the PMSC on the effort to revise Mil Std 881 Work Breakdown Structure. A final draft is expected to be WBS MIL-Std 881 Update made available for the review cycle in the September – October 2010 timeframe. The final release is expected in January 2011. Topic Directory Mr. Gary Bliss will present an update regarding current activities in the PARCA Update Performance Assessment & Root Cause Analysis (PARCA) Office. Mr. Gordon Kranz will present an update regarding current activities in the DCMA Update Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA). Mr. David Burgess, NAVAIR 4.2 Cost Analysis Director will update his presentation regarding status of his program performance team’s efforts NAVAIR 4.2 Update over the last 3 years of analyzing data from the top 26 companies that have contracts with NAVAIR. Mr. Burgess heads the world’s largest cost analysis department (~400 individuals). Mr. Dave Melton, Earned Value Management Director - Missile Defense MDA Update Agency, will geve the committee a briefing on his agency's EVM initiatives as well as MDA's perceptions on how industry is doing in managing MDA programs. Mr. Beau Willis, Navy EVM Center of Excellence Director will give an updated Navy Update summary of Navy EVMS activities. Mr. Bob Loop, Air Force EV Focal Point will give a brief update concerning the department's EVMS initiatives. The AF EVM IPT recently conducted a comprehensive EVM Query utilizing live interviews in August / September Air Force Update 2010 timeframe. A total of 74 programs were included for the purpose of assessing expertise and use of Earned Value across the service. The goal of the study was to guide future EVM improvements. Mr. Ken Poole, MSFC Senior Project Controls Specialist, will update his NASA Presentation previous presentations on the agency's EVM initiatives. As well as their progress on deploying EVMS within NASA. Multiple short sessions - Each working group lead discusses the overall strategy and focus of the working group and provides the latest status on Working Group Summary activities and actions of their respective teams. They will speak to Presentations accomplishments and near term objectives, as well as help needed. Guest Speaker Directory (Alphabetical by Last Name) Mr. Glen Alleman Glen Alleman leads the Program Planning and Controls practice for Lewis & Fowler. In this position Glen brings his 30 years experience in program management, systems engineering, software development, and general management to bear on the problems of performance based program management. Mr. Alleman’s experience ranges from real time process control in a variety of technical domains to product development management and Program Management in a variety of firms including Logicon, TRW, CH2M Hill, SM&A, and several consulting firms before joining Lewis & Fowler. Mr. Thomas Blakely Tom Blakely was named Vice President and F-35 Chief Engineer on October 18, 2010. In this role, he is responsible for program technical integrity with a focus on airworthiness, and to ensure compliance with contractual requirements for the air system function and performance. He served in his prior role of Vice President of Engineering, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company. In this role he led an Engineering organization of almost 8,000 engineers, scientists and technologists in developing and delivering technical solutions for complex military aircraft systems. Mr. Blakely has held a broad range of positions since joining Lockheed Martin in 1979. He is currently working on his PhD in Systems Engineering at Southern Methodist University. Mr. Gary Bliss Gary Bliss is the Director, Performance Assessments and Root Cause Analyses (PARCA), in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Acquisition. PARCA carries out performance assessments of Major Defense Acquisitions Programs (MDAPs) and conducts root cause analyses for MDAPs with Nunn-McCurdy breach status or when requested by senior Department of Defense (DoD) officials. Ms. Nanette Bouchard Nan Bouchard is Vice President of Program Management for Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS). Named to this position in January 2010, her responsibilities include developing and promoting the use of program management best practices, providing training for program leaders, performing independent assessments of BDS programs, and participating in proposal reviews to ensure start-up plans for new programs. Ms. Bouchard also oversees the implementation of Lean+ continuous improvements activities in BDS, as well as program export compliance, process management, and performance measurement. Previously, Ms. Bouchard was Vice President and General Manager of Boeing's Command, Control, and Communications Networks division. Mr. David Burgess Dave Burgess was selected to the Senior Executive Service in 2001 as Director of the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) Cost Department serving as NAVAIR's principal spokesman and technical advisor for naval aviation cost analysis, cost estimating, EVM, and leading a national competency comprised of four major sites and over 300 personnel. Mr. Bennett Croswell Bennett Croswell is Vice President, F135/F119 Programs & Maintenance Data and Support Equipment (MDSE) for Pratt & Whitney. In this role, Mr. Croswell is responsible for all activities associated with the F135 and F119 engine programs. In addition, Mr. Croswell leads Pratt & Whitney’s MDSE team, supporting all military and commercial product lines and providing customers with innovative and cost-effective maintenance solutions. Guest Speaker Directory (Alphabetical by Last Name) Mr. Glen Alleman Douglas Ebersole Glen Alleman leads the Program Planning and Controls practice for Lewis & Doug Ebersole, a member of the Senior Executive Service, is the Director of Fowler. In this position Glen brings his 30 years experience in program Engineering for the Joint Strike Fighter Program Office in Arlington, Virginia. management, systems engineering, software Defense's agency responsible The JSF Program Office is the Department of development, and general management to bear on the problems of performance based program for the development, production and sustainment of the F-35A/B/C Lightning management. Mr. Alleman’s experience ranges from real time process II, the next generation strike aircraft for the Air Force, Marines, and Navy. Mr. Ebersole is responsible for domains to product development control in a variety of technicalsound systems engineering processes management technical sufficiency and product integrity firms aspects of ensuring the and Program Management in a variety of of all including Logicon, TRW,acquisition program. Prior to his current assignment, Mr. DoD's largest CH2M Hill, SM&A, and several consulting firms before joining Lewis & Fowler. Ebersole was Director of Engineering for the F-22 Program Office. Mr. Thomas Fitzgerald Mr. Thomas A. Fitzgerald, a member of the Senior Executive Service, is the Director of the Program Management and Integration Directorate, Space and Missile Systems Center, Air Force Space Command. Mr. Fitzgerald provides the center commander, program offices and external customers with acquisition, engineering and technical support in the form of manpower, policy, processes, tools and advice. He is responsible for organizing, training, equipping and providing policy for military and civilian space and missile program managers and information protection personnel executing $8 billion annually. He manages more than 3,000 technical support personnel for the space enterprise through four corporate contracts used by over 30 agencies. Mr. Fitzgerald was commissioned in the Air Force in 1971. He has served extensively in the aircraft and space acquisition arenas, with notable assignments in the F-16 program office, the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization and several other tours in the Pentagon. He retired from active duty in the rank of colonel and entered civil service in 2001. Mr. Michael Joyce Mike Joyce is Lockheed Martin Senior Vice President of Operations and Program Management. Mr. Joyce's responsibilities include: program management, production operations, subcontractor management, quality, operating excellence and global supply chain management. As lead for Program Management (PM) he is responsible for all aspects of PM process, people development, tools and program performance. He was formerly the Vice President of Operations for the Aeronautical Systems Business Unit responsible for overall operations and supply chain management across the business unit. Mr. Joyce joined Lockheed Martin in August 1997. He brings over 25 years experience in world-class processes that have resulted in significant cost reductions and quality improvements when applied to a broad variety of aerospace systems. Mr. Joyce is also the co-chair of the NDIA Industry Committee on Program Management (ICPM). Mr. Gordon Kranz Gordon Kranz is the Executive Director, Engineering and Analysis, for the Defense Contract Management Agency. Mr. Kranz is responsible for the policy, training, and tools for the workforce development of the DCMA technical community who perform Systems Engineering, Software Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Earned Value Management, and Industrial Base Analysis across the agency. Mr. Kranz has direct responsibility for the Earned Value Management Center within DCMA. Guest Speaker Directory (Alphabetical by Last Name) Mr. Steven Messervy Dr. Glen Alleman Glen Alleman leadsthe Deputy to Planning and Controls practice for Lewis & Steve Messervy is the Program the Commander for Research, Development and Acquisition (RD&A) at the U.S. his 30 years experience in program Fowler. In this position Glen brings Army Space and Missile Defense management, systems engineering, software(USASMDC/ARSTRAT ) located Command/Army Forces Strategic Command development, and general management to bear AL. the the deputy to the commander, Dr. Messervy at Redstone Arsenal, on As problems of performance based program management.RD&A activitiesexperience ranges from real time process manages the Mr. Alleman’s and is responsible for overseeing all materiel control in a variety of technical domains to product development development functions, test and evaluation activities, and simulations management andassuming his current duties,variety of firms including a support. Prior to Program Management in a Dr. Messervy served as Logicon, TRW, CH2M Hill, SM&A, and general. consultingto special assistant to the commanding several He came firms before joining Lewis & Fowler. USASMDC/ARSTRAT in November 2008 from his former position as general manager of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Medium Extended Air Defense System Management Agency (NAMEADSMA) in Huntsville, AL. In this position he was responsible for the development phase of the Medium Extended Air Defense System (MEADS) for the United States, Germany and Italy. He is a member of the Senior Executive Service and the United States Army Acquisition Corps. Until November 2005, he was the Deputy Program Executive Officer (PEO) for Missiles and Space, U. S. Army, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. Dr. Messervy has over 30 years experience in the research, development, and acquisition business. He holds a doctorate in systems engineering and operations research. Mr. Martin Radley Martin Radley is a senior lecturer at Carnegie Mellon University where he designs, develops and teaches team-based, project-centered courses for Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley’s Software Engineering and Software Management master’s degree programs. Prior to Carnegie Mellon University Mr. Radley provided project and program management at the Department of Energy's Rocky Flats nuclear weapons site environmental remediation site. Dr. Robert Rovinsky Bob Rovinsky is Director of IT Services (AES-1) for the Office of the Chief Information Officer for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). He directs an office of 25 professionals responsible for reviewing and improving all IT investment decisions. He led the implementation of earned value management in the FAA, for which he received the first Gary Christle leadership award from the Project Management Institute’s College of Performance Management. Prior to coming to the FAA, Dr. Rovinsky directed the Office of Research and Statistics for Fairfax County, Virginia. He holds a doctoral degree in Operations Research and a Masters degree in Mathematics, both from Cornell University, and has published widely on the applications of Operations Research. PMSC Committee Members Speaker Directory (Alphabetical by Last Name) Mr. Neil Albert Neil is President of MCR, LLC and a board member of the PMSC. Neil is extremely involved in many initiatives with the government through various venues and is a key contributor to the advancement of EVM and cost estimating. Ms. Carol Boser Carol is the Corporate Vice President for Program Performance at the Lockheed Martin Corporation and a board member of the PMSC. Guest Speaker Directory (Alphabetical by Last Name) Pete Alleman Mr. Glen Deacon Glen has over leads the Program Planning and Controlsin projectfor Lewis & Pete Alleman 35 years of private industry experience practice Fowler. In this earned value management (EVM),experience in program management, position Glen brings his 30 years cost estimating and analysis, management engineering, software development, subcontract management, systems systems, contract management, and and general management to bear on the problems Deputy Program/Project Manager and management. He has experience as a of performance based program management. Project Controls. He has an extensive background in as Director of Mr. Alleman’s experience ranges from real time process control in a variety of technical validating earned value management developing, implementing, and domains to product development systems (EVMS). Program Management in a variety of firms including management and He has also served as CorporateTteam Leader and Team Logicon, for three successful EVMS compliance/validation reviews, and as the Member TRW, CH2M Hill, SM&A, and several consulting firms before joining Lewis & Fowler. EVMS Surveillance Focal Point for Joint Surveillance. Ms. Mary Ann Hale Mary Ann is the Director of Program Planning & Control at General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems. Mary Ann leads the newly formed Risk & Opportunity Working Group for the committee. Mr. Kim Herrington Kim is the Vice President of Cost Management Integration at Bell Helicopter Textron and a board member of the PMSC. Kim leads the Production Working Group for the committee and as such leads one of the key new initiatives for the committee in documentation of standard methodologies for EVM in the production environment. Ms. Gay Infanti Gay is the Corporate Manager of Cost Estimating & EVM at the Northrop Grumman Corporation and a board member of the PMSC. Gay oversees the Guides Working Group on behalf of the PMSC Board and is a key thought leader in the committee's initiatives Mr. Joe Kusick Joe is the Director of Raytheon Earned Value Resource Center for the Raytheon Company and the current Chairman of the PMSC. In the capacity of Chairman of the PMSC, Joe is the primary interface in the committee's partnership with Government stakeholders. Joe provides leadership and the strategic vision for the committee's current and future initiatives. Mr. Bob Loop Bob is the Air Force EVM Lead Focal Point responsible for improving EVM across the agency. He leads the AF EVM IPT, and coordinates all AF representation on DoD and industry EVM teams. Bob is responsible for AF EVM policy and interpretation. He reviews AF programs and EVM reporting. Bob has substantial experience in EVM on both the industry and government sides. Mr. Mike Martin Mike is the EV Focal Point at Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne, the Chair of the UTC EVMS Working Group and the current Vice-Chair of the PMSC. In the capacity of Vice-Chair, Mike schedules and conducts the committee meetings, takes minutes, and provides all administrative functions for the committee. Mike supports the Chairman of the committee in meetings with the government and in charting the strategic initiatives of the committee. Mr. Dave Melton Dave is the Director of Earned Value Management at the Missle Defense Agency. Mr. Ken Poole Ken is a Senior Project Controls Specialist for NASA at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, AL. He has over 20 years of experience with NASA. He has been involved in the development and implementation of various agency handbooks and training courses in the areas of scheduling, WBS development, and earned value management. Mr. Dave Roberts Dave is a Managing Consultant at Navigant Consulting. Dave is a leader of the Guides working group and has been instrumental in the update of the IBR Guide and pending update to the Surveillance Guide. Guest Speaker Directory (Alphabetical by Last Name) Mr. Glen Alleman Wade Smith Wade is currently the Senior Staff member of Controls practice Management Glen Alleman leads the Program Planning and the RMS Program for Lewis & Excellence (PMX) organization. He his more than 39 years of weapons Fowler. In this position Glen brings has 30 years experience in program management, systems engineering, software development, and Hughes and design, development and production experience with Raytheon, general management to bear on the problems of performance based program General Dynamics. Previously he was the Deputy Product Line Manager for Land Combat. In Alleman’s experience ranges for providing product line management. Mr. that role, he was responsible from real time process control in ain program technical domains to product development tracked, leadership variety of execution of TOW (tube-launched, optically management and Program Management and Non Line of Sight Launch wire-guided), Stinger, Javelin, Excalibur in a variety of firms including System. Prior CH2M Hill, SM&A, Combat, he was the Deputy Product Line Logicon, TRW, to his role in Land and several consulting firms before joining Lewis & Fowler. Manager for Directed Energy Weapons, focusing on the design and development of technologies for high power microwave and high power solid state laser weapons. Ms. Jane Spriggs Jane is the corporate Director of Integrated Planning & Scheduling at the Lockheed Martin Corporation. Jane leads the Program Management Outreach activities for the committee and has been instrumental in the evolution of the committee toward greater participation of program managers, and in broadening the scope of the committee. Ms. Sung Soon Stultz Sung Soon is the Director, Lean/Proposal & Program Planning & Analysis at Rockwell Collins, Inc. and a board member of the PMSC. Sung Soon leads one of the key initiatives with the PARCA organization to develop recommendations for the future state of the Contract Performance Report. Mr. Beau Willis Beau is the Director at the Navy CEVM. Beau is a key government advocate for the government participation with industry. Beau was instumental in the establishment of and is a key contributor to the production EVM working group. Mr. Pete Wynne Pete is the Corporate Director for Program Performance at Lockheed Martin Corporation and is a past Chair of the committee and a continuing board member of the PMSC. Co-Speaker Directory For Joe Kusick... Click Here For Mike Martin… Click Here For Joe Kusick... Click Here For Wade Smith… Click Here Guest Speaker Directory (Alphabetical by Last Name) Mr. Glen Alleman Glen Alleman leads the Program Planning and Controls practice for Lewis & Fowler. In this position Glen brings his 30 years experience in program management, systems engineering, software development, and general For Gay Infanti… Click Here management to bear on the problems of performance based program Click Here For Dave Roberts… management. Mr. Alleman’s experience ranges from real time process control in a variety of technical domains to product development management and Program Management in a variety of firms including Logicon, TRW, CH2M Hill, SM&A, and several consulting firms before joining Click & Fowler. For Neil Albert… Lewis Here For Pete Wynne… Click Here For Ms. Gay Infanti... Click Here For Mr. Pete Deacon… Click Here For Martin Radley… Click Here For Glen Alleman Click Here For Gay Infanti… Click Here For Dave Roberts… Click Here For Kim Herrington… Click Here For Mike Martin… Click Here For May Ann Hale… Click Here For Jane Spriggs… Click Here Acronyms CAIWG Civilian Agency and Industry Working Group CDRL Contract Data Requirements List CPR Contract Performance Report DCMA Defense Contract Management Agency DOD Department of Defense EVMS Earned Value Management System ICPM Industrial Committee on Program Management MDA Missile Defense Agency NASA National Aeronautics and Space Administration NAVAIR Naval Air Systems Command NDIA National Defense Industrial Association PARCA Performance Assessment and Root Cause Analysis PMI Program Management Institute PMI/CP Project Management Institute/ M College of Performance Management PMSC Program Management Systems Committee PPSS Program Planning and Scheduling Subcommittee SCEA The Society of Cost Engineering and Analysis SSI Standard Surviellance Instruction SSOM Standard Survieillance Operating Manual WBS Work Breakdown Structure Memorandum TO: FROM: SUBJECT: morandum Government Attendees NDIA PMSC Planning Committee Meals and Transportation for PMSC Participants As part of the February PMSC Meeting, Lockheed Martin will provide lunch each day for all participants. The cost of lunch is $15.00 per day. Government guidelines are $20.00 per event / $50.00 per year. Lockheed Martin will host a dinner on Tuesday, February 1st at Joe T. Garcia's restaurant. The cost of dinner (food only) is $22.00 per person. Bus transportation to and from events will be available. *Bus transportation to / from hotel to Lockheed $ 4.00 per day Bus transportation to / from hotel to dinner $ 10.00 Please review this information and consult with your designated agency ethics official for guidance on whether you can accept, or if reimbursement is required. If necessary, payment can be rendered in cash or check (payable to Lockheed Martin) during the event. Questions should be addressed to Lee Wimp, Jr. at 817-777-7798. * Bus transporation to and from LM facility is encouraged due to parking limitations.
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