The U.S. Department of Defense and the related defense industry together form the largest and most powerful government and business entity in the world, developing some of the most expensive and complex major systems ever created. qU. S. Military Program Managementq presents a detailed discussion, from a multi-functional view, of the ins and outs of U.S. military program management and offers recommendations for improving practices in the future. More than 15 leading experts present case studies, best practices, and lessons learned from the Army, Navy, and Air Force, from both the government and industry/contractor perspectives. This book addresses the key competencies of effective U.S. military program management in six comprehensive sections: requirements management; program leadership and teamwork; risk and financial management; supply chain management and logistics; contract management and procurement; and special topics.See the DoD Earned Value Management Implementation Guide for additional guidance on tailoring reporting. A common WBS that follows the DoD Work Breakdown Structure Handbook (MIL-HDBK881A) is required for the CPR, IMS, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||U.S. Military Program Management: Lessons Learned and Best Practices|
|Author||:||Gregory A. Garrett, Rene Rendon|
|Publisher||:||Do Sustainability - 2006-12-01|