Discussion Brief

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Discussion Brief on the
Center for Earned Value
Management (CEVM)
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Background
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ASN(RDA) established an EVM Integrated
Product Team
– Issued policy memorandum requiring
implementation of EVM on all Navy
acquisition program ACAT I-IV that meet or
exceed application threshold
– Approved the creation of a Navy Center of
Excellence for EVM to adopt a centralized
approach to managing EVM
– Developing an Earned Value Metrics
Management System to meet EVM reporting
needs and fulfill its broader metrics reporting
requirements.
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DoN EVM Mission Statement
• EVM will be implemented on all Navy
acquisition programs ACAT I-IV that
meet or exceed application thresholds;
PMs accountable for using EVM data to
properly manage their program’s
performance
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DISCUSSION
Summary of Recommendations: Recommend
Navy Center of Excellence for EVM (CEVM)
to enable a centralized approach for:
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Policy and regulations for EVM and acquisition
planning
Conducting contractor EVM System reviews
Providing technical and program support, improving
latency/accuracy of EVM data, providing analysis to
leadership.
Determining training needs, ensuring consistent
and effective training standards, and creating and
maintaining a mobile training team
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Goals of the CEVM
• Implement EVM more effectively and consistently across all
Navy acquisition programs—ACAT I-IV—that meet or exceed
application thresholds.
• Decrease the percentage of Navy programs experiencing cost
growth, and minimize the overrun where cost growth is
unavoidable
• Assist program managers in using EVM data to better manage
their program
• Provide the ASN (RD&A) with timely and reliable information on
the status of the Navy’s programs
• Ensure the Navy’s personnel with EVM responsibilities have the
necessary training and toolsets
• Work with the SYSCOMS to develop a EVM competency
capability
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CEVM Functions
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Acquisition Planning
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Program Support
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Improve reporting latency/accuracy
Analyze reported EVM data
Provide technical assistance to PMs
Oversight
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Establish policy with PCOs to ensure applicable DFAR and CDRL clauses are
appropriately applied.
Establish incentivizing policies to contractors to implement good EVM practices
Provide technical assistance as requested
Coordinate and participate in EVMS reviews with PMOs
Coordinate and participate in PBRs
Perform pre IBRs and prepare independent assessment/adjudicate findings with PM
Training
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Determine training needs/prepare collaborative plan with PMOs
Work with DACM and DAU in setting minimum training standards for key positions with
EVM responsibilities
Work with DAU in developing/maintaining courses on EVM best practices, EVM
implementation, surveillance, pre-IBR and analysis
Create mobile training team
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CEVM Responsibilities
• Reporting
– Receives direction from/reports to DASN
M&B
– Provides to DASN M&B monthly
performance assessments on ACATs I-IV
requiring EVM reporting
– Establishes performance metrics to
evaluate CEVM effectiveness
• DASHBOARD
• Subsequent IBR results
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NOTIONAL
STAFFING
PLAN
Integrated Baseline
Reviews
(GS-14 or equiv)
NAVAIR
NAVSEA
SPAWAR
SSP
Director
CEVM
(GS-15 or equiv)
Management
System
Assessments
(GS-14 or equiv)
NAVAIR
NAVSEA
SPAWAR
SSP
EVM
Analysis
(GS-14 or equiv)
Training
(GS-14 or equiv)
NAVAIR
NAVSEA
SPAWAR
SSP
Each Division will be responsible for policy, procedures, guidance, establishing metrics,
supporting special reviews and assessments
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CEVM Composition, Location, and
Reporting
Composition:
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Recommended Initial Composition of 5 full-time positions:
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Director: GS-15, or IPA
4 Analysts: 2 gov’t (GS-14) and 2 contractor
Number of positions increased as needed
Review teams drawn from contractor support and gov’t (SYSCOM)
support as needed
Options for Reporting:
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DRPM reporting to DASN (M&B)
Division under DASN (M&B)
Other
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