Integrated Master Plan (IMP) and Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) by dwe15197

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									  Integrated Master Plan (IMP)
              and
Integrated Master Schedule (IMS)



                          By:
                          Lt Col Allan Netzer
                          (703) 526-1724
                            Overview




                        n   IMP Definition and Structure

                        n   IMS Definition and Structure

                        n   Single Numbering System

                        n   Summary



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Integrated Master Plan Definition



  An event-driven plan that documents the
  significant accomplishments necessary to
  complete the work and ties each accomplishment
  to a key program event.




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                        IMP Purpose


    n        Overall program structure and organization, tool for
             monitoring progress of program
    n        During Source Selection
              ä Evaluate proposed approach

              ä Offerors’management/planning capability

              ä Risk assessment tool

    n        After Contract Award
              ä Baseline for key events

              ä Control mechanism

              ä Basis for incentives

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                         IMP Structure


1.0 INTRODUCTION - Assumptions/Guidelines for Program
 Application and Definitions (Events, Action Words)
2.0 MAIN BODY - Example
        X0000. CRITICAL DESIGN REVIEW                            Event


        X0100. System Detailed Design Complete                   Accomplishment
            X0100A System Test Plan Approved
            X0100B Design Trade Studies Approved
                                                                 Criteria
            ...etc...
        X0200. Subsystem Detailed Design Ready to
           Release for Building Design Verification Unit
            X0200.A All Subsystem Reviews of the
                 Detailed Design Complete and Approved
            X0200B Verification that the Subsystem Detailed
                 Design satisfies the Subsys Func Requirements
            ...etc...
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              IMP Descriptions and Definitions


           n        Milestone (Event) Descriptions
                    ä IBR1, IBR2 ..., CDR, Spacecraft Integration, etc.

                    ä Program Status Reviews

                    ä Software Reviews, Test Planning, etc

           n        Definitions

 Example Definition:
Allocated: The subject parameter has been subdivided or apportioned
Allocated: The subject parameter has been subdivided or apportioned
into parts and assigned to specific elements. The document which shows
 into parts and assigned to specific elements. The document which shows
the allocation has been prepared and is available for timely and complete
 the allocation has been prepared and is available for timely and complete
access to the information.
 access to the information.

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                        IMP Applications


   n       RA requires an Integrated Master Plan
   n       Offeror proposes complete IMP
   n       Proposed IMP becomes part of agreement/contract as
           attachment at award
            ä IMP has sufficient detail to manage program

            ä Level of detail linked to risk assessment

   n       Changes to IMP after award require contract change
            ä Allow industry partner to make changes at more
              detailed level
   n       Review IMP/IMS as regular part of program
           management
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                           IMP Features

                        The IMP is the foundation for the IMS
                        The IMP is the foundation for the IMS
n        Key Events - Activities to meet technical and
         agreement/contract requirements
           ä       Initiation/conclusion of an interval of major program activity
           ä       Decision-point relating system maturity with continued system
                   development
n        Significant Accomplishment
           äA specified result substantiating an event that indicates a level of
            design maturity (or progress) for each product/process
              l Generally a discrete step in the progress of the planned

                development
          ä Demonstrates that the design and production of products are
            successfully maturing
n                           s
         System Integrator’ IMP supports and is supported by sub’ IMPs    s
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                          IMP Features
                                  (Cont)



n       Narrative
           ä      A concise description of the Offeror's key functional
                  processes/procedures, how they relate to the IPD process, and an
                  overview of the efforts required to implement them
           ä      Address only the key elements of implementing or developing a
                  process/procedure (i.e., what the process/procedure will be or how
                  it will be implemented)
           ä      Descriptions of the overall approach to executing tasks for which
                  there may be no specific IMP accomplishments (survivability, etc.)
n       Accomplishment Criteria
           ä      Definitive measure(s) substantiating the maturity level of the
                  significant accomplishment. It is the completion of specified work
                  that ensures closure of a specified "Significant Accomplishment."

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                          Two Parts to the IMP


            WBS                  Events   Significant Accomplishments    Accomplishment Criteria
                          IER3            1. Preliminary Design         1a. Subsystem perf requirements
             31000                           complete                       allocated to unit
                           X                                             b. Duty cycle defined
                                                                         c. Prelim drawings released
IMP
             WBS                 Events   Significant Accomplishments    Accomplishment Criteria
                                  CDR     1. Critical Design complete   1a. Subsys design complete
            31000                   X                                    b. Requirements allocated
                                                                            to design
                                                                         c. Detailed drawings released


                                              Critical Processes
                                              Critical Processes

IMP                                                Objective
                                                   Objective
Narrative
                                          Governing Documentation
                                          Governing Documentation

                                             Process Description
                                             Process Description
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                        IMP Attributes


 n       Expands and compliments SCD, Design Requirements,
         and SOW in a WBS format
 n       Linked to Risk Mitigation Plan
            ä      Level of detail consistent with risk and complexity
 n       Provides for Evaluation of Program Maturity
 n       Linked to Technical Performance Measures and
         incentives
 n       Integrates Functional Activities
 n       Incorporates Major Sub-Contractor IMP
 n       Provides insight into the overall effort
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                            Overview




                        n   IMP Definition and Structure

                        n   IMS Definition and Structure

                        n   Single Numbering System

                        n   Summary



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            Integrated Master Schedule
                     Definition


An integrated and networked multi-layered
schedule of program tasks required to complete the
work effort captured in a related IMP. The
IMS should include all IMP events and
accomplishments and support each accomplishment
closure criteria.



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                               IMS Purpose


      n       Provides detailed insight into program planning
                 ä      Initial IMS supports Risk Assessment
                         l   Source selection evaluation
                 ä      Tracking & statusing tool during program execution
      n       Top level tool to show progress during program
              execution
                 ä      Linked to WBS, work packages, and incentives
                 ä      Performance oriented


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                        IMS Highlights


 n        Calendar based to track task progression
 n        IMS tasks are a breakout of required effort for each
          IMP event
 n        Used during program execution to track schedule and
          support risk management activities
 n        Network schedule shows interrelationships and critical
          path




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                                  IMS Structure

                                                      95    Qtr 2, 1995  Qtr 3, 1995 Qtr 4, 1995 Qtr 1, 1996
ID Name                                     Start      Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar
1 Event 1                                   28/4/95
2              Accomplishment 1.1           28/4/95
3                     Criteria 1.1.1        28/4/95
4                            Task 1.1.1.1   28/4/95
5                     Criteria 1.1.2        12/5/95
6                            Task 1.1.2.1   12/5/95
7              Accomplishment 1.2            5/5/95
8                     Criteria 1.2.1         5/5/95
9                            Task 1.2.1.1    5/5/95
10 Event 2                                   3/5/95
11             Accomplishment 2.1            3/5/95
12                    Criteria 2.1.1        26/7/95
13                           Task 2.1.1.1   26/7/95
14                    Criteria 2.1.2         3/5/95

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                            Overview




                        n   IMP Definition and Structure

                        n   IMS Definition and Structure

                        n   Single Numbering System

                        n   Summary



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             Single Numbering System



n      Tie IMP and IMS to contract WBS and SOW

n      Ensure consistency of names

n      Each tool references same work task

n      Cross-referencing between management tools and parts
       of contract



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           Single Numbering Scheme


                                WBS
       Level 0              x                   00000          Need to link WBS, financial
                                                                Need to link WBS, financial
                                                               accounting, and IMP/IMS tasks
                                                                accounting, and IMP/IMS tasks
       Level 1              x                   20000          to accomplish program C/SCS
                                                                to accomplish program C/SCS
       Level 2                   x              22000

                        x                       22100
       Level 3


                                                       IMP
                                                 Event X: ABCDEF
                                     22000-01           XXXYYY ZZZAAA   (A) ...
             CRITERIA                                                   (B) ...


ACCOMPLISHMENT                                         IMS
                                                 Event X: ABCDEF
                                     22000-01           XXXYYY ZZZAAA   (-01) ...
            TASK,                                                       (-02) ...
         WORK PACKAGE

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              IMP - IMS Relationship



n        The IMP is expanded in IMS to incorporate all detailed
         tasks required to accomplish the individual IMP
         criteria

n        The tasks are then applied against a networked
         schedule to develop the IMS

n        Single numbering scheme aids cross referencing with
         IMP, IMS and WBS


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              IMP - IMS Relationship
                     The IMP

                  EVENT
                        SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENT                        ACTIVITY SOW
                          ACCOMPLISHMENT CRITERIA                         NUMBER     REF
                          TASK

                  VMS CRITICAL DESIGN REVIEW (CDR)                           JO3     1509
                        VMS DETAILED DESIGN COMPLETE                        JO304    1509
                        VMS COMPUTER RESOURCES CDR COMPLETE FOR EACH CIJO3060416     1520
                        MED DESIGN REVIEW UPDATE (DRU) COMPLETE         JO30616A     1520
                        PICC CDR COMPLETE                               JO30616B     1520
                        POWER SUPPLY CDR COMPLETE                       JO30616C     1520
                        METS CDR COMPLETE                               JO30616D     1520
                        TPS CDR COMPLETE                                 J030616E    1520
                        TPS SW CDR COMPLETE                              J030616F    1520
                        VMS VKS CDR COMPLETE                            J030616G     1520
                        METS SOFTWARE BASELINE RELEASED                 J030616H     1520
                        VKS CDR UPDATE COMPLETE                           J030616I   1520
                        PICC SPEC V&V PLAN COMPLETE & AVAILABLE          J030616J    1520
                        VMS ACTUATORS CDR COMPLETE FOR EACH CI            J030616    1530
                        VMS ACTUATORS DESIGN & ANALYSIS COMPLETE
                        VMS ACTUATOR INSTALLATION DRAWINGS UPDATED
                        VMS ACTUATOR MODELING ANALYSIS COMPLETE
                        VMS ACTUATOR VENDOR TEST PROCEDURES COMPLETE

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              IMP - IMS Relationship
                     The IMS


MEDS DESIGN REVIEW         J030616A
UPDATE(DRU) COMPLETE
                                         IMS
PICC CDR COMPLETE          J030616B
...
PICC SPEC V&V PLAN
    COMPLETE & AVAILABLE   J030616J
PREPARE DRAFT V&V PLAN     J030616J-01
SEND DRAFT TO CUSTOMER     J030616J-02
DISCUSS CUST. COMMENTS     J030616J-03
REVISE DRAFT TO FINAL      J030616J-04
COORDINATE FINAL WITH
                                            EVENT NAME
IPT LEADS                  J030616J-05
SIGN AND ADD TO DATA       J030616J-06   ID. NO.   DURATION
ACCESSION LIST
                                         START      FINISH
...
                                         DATE       DATE


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                        Overview




                        n   IMP Definition and Structure

                        n   IMS Definition and Structure

                        n   Single Numbering System

                        n   Summary



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                              Summary

                            Valuable Management Tools
                            Valuable Management Tools
n    Disciplined approach to planning, organizing, and directing
     program
n    Relies on and maximizes Government/Industry teaming
n    Focus all program activity on products
n    Create trackable program for concentrating resources
n    Help team manage risk
n    Provide inputs for risk assessments
n    Support all phases of program
n    Provide detail and documentation for OSD or higher HQ
     inquiries
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