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U.S. Military Program Management: Lessons Learned and Best Practices
     

U.S. Military Program Management: Lessons Learned and Best Practices

by Gregory A. Garrett, Rene G. Rendon
 

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ISBN-10: 1567261841

ISBN-13: 9781567261844

Pub. Date: 12/31/2006

Publisher: Management Concepts, Incorporated

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781567261844
Publisher:
Management Concepts, Incorporated
Publication date:
12/31/2006
Pages:
443
Product dimensions:
7.20(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.30(d)

Table of Contents

Contents

1: Toward Centralized Control of Defense Acquisition Programs: A Comparative Review of the Decision Framework from 1987 to 2003 (John T. Dillard),
2: The New Joint Capabilities Integration Development System (JCIDS) and Its Potential Impacts on Defense Program Managers (David F. Matthews),
3: Recent PPBES Transformation in the Defense Department (L.R. Jones and Jerry L. McCaffery),
4: Integrated Project Management (IPM) Life-Cycle and Model in the Defense Industry (Gregory A. Garrett),
5: What the DoD Chief Acquisition Officer and Defense Industry Executives Should Know and Do to Improve Performance (Gregory A. Garrett),
6: Defense Acquisition Teamwork: Roles, Responsibilities, and More (Gregory A. Garrett),
7: The Contracting Manager versus the Program Manager (Leslie S. Deneault and Bryan Stambaugh),
8: A Guide to DoD's Earned Value Management System (Gregory A. Garrett),
9: Opportunity and Risk Management in the Defense Industry — Processes and Tools (Gregory A. Garrett),
10: Cost as an Independent Variable: Front-End Approaches to Achieve Reduction in Total Ownership Cost (Michael W. Boudreau),
11: Understanding Risk Management in Department of Defense (Mike Bolles),
12: Military Outsourcing: Observations, Opportunities, Conflicts, and Recommendations (Olin O. Oedekoven),
13: Commodity Sourcing Strategies: Processes, Best Practices, and Defense Initiatives (Rene G. Rendon),
14: U.S. Military Contract Negotiations — Best Practices (Gregory A. Garrett),
15: The Evolution of Contracting in Iraq, March 2003 — March 2005 (Jack L. Cunnane),
16: The Contract Management Maturity Model (CMMM©) (Rene G. Rendon),
17: CMMM© — A Case Study Application (Rene G. Rendon),
18: Capability-Based Acquisition in the Missile Defense Agency and Implications for DoD Acquisition (William L. Spacy II),
19: Contracting for Open Systems-Based Defense Programs (Rene G. Rendon),
20: Total Ownership Cost Considerations in Key Performance Parameters and Beyond (Michael Boudreau and Brad Naegle),
References,
Appendix A: Defense Acquisition Performance Assessment Project: Executive Summary,
Appendix B: A Framework for Assessing the Acquisition Function at Federal Agencies: Executive Summary,
Appendix C: DoD Has Paid Billions in Award and Incentive Fees Regardless of Acquisition Outcomes: Executive Summary,
Appendix D: Better Support of Weapon System,
Appendix E: DoD Acquisition Outcomes: A Case for Change,

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