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Defense Acquisitions & Financial Management

Defense Acquisitions & Financial Management

The Defense Acquisitions & Financial Management employs a comprehensive approach to Program Management that involves all stakeholders, ensuring that the solutions we create respond uniquely and appropriately to our customers’ needs. Our experience, gained working directly with Government Agencies and commercial contractors, ensures superior products to our clients. The Defense Acquisitions & Financial Management Division’s attributes and core competencies include:

Earned Value Management

  • Develop Contractor EVM Systems (EVMS) and tools,
    support or lead reviews, e.g., Implementation and Validation Reviews, Surveillance Reviews, and IBRs
  • Support the development and operation of Government In-house EVMS to generate earned value data in support of the OMB’s Performance Based Budget requirements
  • Develop, document, maintain, and implement EVM
    processes, procedures and standard practices, EVM Guides, and
    workbooks

  • Develop and maintain EVM training materials
  • Work Breakdown Structure development and maintenance
  • Schedule development and maintenance, EVM analysis and related automated tool use (e.g. wInsight Suite)
  • Analysis of contractor submitted EVM data

FINANCIAL AND BUDGET ANALYSIS

  • Complete federal budget cycle support
  • Updating and tracking program plans and schedules
  • Preparing and tracking financial and budgetary data
  • Strategic budgetary planning
  • DoD Agencies WAWF invoice review, audit, and processing
  • Invoice resolution coordination with DFAS