Implementing an EVM System for the      Constellation Program               February 10, 2010   Lisa McCann, Schedules Cos...
Topics         Program Overview         EVM Implementation and Process Overview         Integrated Baseline Reviews (IB...
Constellation Content Across the Nation Ames                                            Marshall                          ...
EVM Implementation and Process Overview
EVM Requirements Hierarchy                                                                         ANSI 748 EVMS Criteria ...
Work Breakdown Structure                                                                                                  ...
Organization Dynamic  organization  across all centers Institutions such  as Engineering  are support to all  programs a...
CxP EVM Organization   ESMD Assoc. Administrator                    Program Manager                                  PP&C ...
How CxP implemented EVM Solid Communication with all involved          • Face to face          • Telecoms and WebEx      ...
CxP EVM Implementation Timeline            PMR07                      PMR08                 PMR08 Rev 1                   ...
EVM Implementation Process Flow                                                          Constellation EVM System Overview...
CxP EVM Implementation Schedule2/10/10              SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com   12
EVM Components Process – Project Example           Budgets               Earned Value                  Actuals            ...
CxP Projects EVM Monthly Process Rhythm                 Actuate                                                           ...
EVM Data IntegrationPrime                      Ares       Orion      Ground Ops               EVA         Mission Ops    P...
EVM Wiki and Windchill Sites         Wiki is a one-stop-shop for          all CxP EVM related          guidance, referenc...
Cobra Implementation Process – Program Integration                         1                           2                  ...
Cobra Reporting RequirementsThings to consider… WBS Level Reporting requirements per EVM  Management Directive (3rd Level...
Cobra Set up Example – Program Integ.Schedule EVM data  loaded in Cobra  2/10/10                        SGT-Inc, lisa.mcca...
Integrated Baseline Reviews (IBRs)
Why IBR?•      CxP Requirement: IBRs are required on all Contracts, Projects, and In-House       efforts that have an EVM ...
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  1. 1. Implementing an EVM System for the Constellation Program February 10, 2010 Lisa McCann, Schedules Cost Estimating and Assessments Deputy Manager SGT-Inc Used with Permission
  2. 2. Topics Program Overview EVM Implementation and Process Overview Integrated Baseline Reviews (IBRs) Going Forward Questions2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com 2
  3. 3. Constellation Content Across the Nation Ames Marshall Glenn Goddard • Lead Thermal Protection System • Home for Ares Project • Lead Service Module and Spacecraft Adapter • Lead program requirements for Advanced Development Program • Ares I and V development and integration lead integration unpressurized cargo carriers • Ares mission operations simulation • Support LAS and Service Module, Ares V EDS • Flight Test Article “Pathfinder” fabrication • Subsystem lead for lunar • Software & Guidance, Navigation & development, test and oversight • Ares I-X upper stage simulator lead lander avionics Control support • Core stage development, test and oversight • Lead Ares V power, thrust vector control and • Lunar surface and surface • Lunar systems support • Altair decent stage and subsystem support payload shroud development telenet communications WA • Lead EDS orbital environments testing at Plum Brook • EVA tools and equipment • Lead lunar lander ascent stage propulsion, ascent and descent stage power generation Langley MT • Passive thermal systems and surface element • Lead Launch Abort System communications • J-2X altitude/in-space testing integration • Ares I-X vehicle integration MN • Ares aerodynamics lead • Lead Ares V aerodynamics CT • Subsystem lead for lunar lander structures and mechanisms Alliant Techsystems, Inc. PA IA including ascent and descent stages NV MD • Lunar lander and lunar surface UT Lockheed Martin IL OH radiation protection CA CO VA MO Boeing Kennedy • Home for Ground Ops Project • Ground processing Dryden Pratt and Whitney • Launch operations • Lead Abort Flight Test Rocketdyne AZ • Recovery operations Integration/Operations NM White Sands Test Facility • Final assembly, ground • Abort Test Booster procurement processing for human lunar • Flight Test Article • Orion Abort Test Booster test site lander MS AL • Lead for lunar surface in-situ resource utilization systems LA TX FL Jet Propulsion Laboratory Johnson Space Center CSSS Stennis • Thermal protection system support • Home for Program and Projects: • Rocket propulsion testing • Lunar lander support including spacecraft Orion, MOP, EVA, Altair, Lunar Surface • Lead Ares V liquid rocket design; guidance, navigation, and control; • Element lead for lunar lander crew module/ systems and stage testing at life support systems, and avionics ascent stage sea level and altitude • Lead specific robotic surface mobility • Lead lunar surface crew habitation, environmental Michoud Assembly Facility • Lead altitude development and • Environmental monitoring and control and control /life support systems, human mobility • Manufacturing of Ares I Upper Stage, Ares V certification testing for upper surface system local element • GFE projects management Stages and Orion Primary Structure stage engine communications • Flight Test Program 2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com Page 3National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. 4. EVM Implementation and Process Overview
  5. 5. EVM Requirements Hierarchy ANSI 748 EVMS Criteria OMB Circular A-11 Federal  Organization (Guideline 1-5) - Define the authorized work by WBS and assign a responsibility organization for work. Integrate all work for effective internal management control.NPD 7120.5D Policy for Flight and Ground Systems Projects  Planning Scheduling, and Budgeting (Guideline 6-15) – Plan, schedule, budget and authorize work. Establish interdependencies to Agency meet the requirements and maintain a time-phased budget baseline. IPAO SOP on EVM October 2008  Accounting Considerations (Guideline 16-21) - Accumulate and record costs of work performed consistent with budgets in a formal system controlled by the general books of account. ESMD EVM Directive January 2005  Analysis and Management Reports (Guideline 22-27) – At lease ESMD EVM Policy monthly, compare and analyze planned, performance and actual cost December 2006 and schedule variances. Identify managerial actions taken to support horizontal and vertical communications and traceability. ESMD Integ. Prog. Mgmt. Letter Directorate December 2007  Revisions and Data Maintenance (Guideline 28-32) – Incorporate, ESMD Integ. Prog Mgmt Letter record authorize budget and schedule changes in a timely manner and November 2009 maintain traceability from original budgets. Prohibit retroactive changes. CxP 70070 Annex 9 EVM System DescriptionCxP EVM Management Directive - Program 038 The agency, directorate and program are behind EVM and fully support through various policy CxP IBR Guidebook documents in accordance with EVM Criteria. 2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com 5
  6. 6. Work Breakdown Structure Constellation Program Constellation 234A Space Comm Lunar Ares 1 Program Orion Mission Ops Ground Ops EVA Ares V & Navigation Altair Surface Integration Integration Systems 136905 644423 282938 292360 604746 731384 206518 141141 182306 342806Project Mgmt Project Mgmt Project Mgmt Project Mgmt Project Mgmt Project Mgmt Project Mgmt Project Mgmt Project Mgmt Project Mgmt136905.01 644423.01 292360.01 604746.01 731384.01 141141.01 342806.01 282938.01 206518.01 182306.01Vehicle Integration Sys. Engineering SE&I SE&I SE&I Systems Engineering Systems Engineering Vehicle Integration LSS Integration136905.02 644423.02 282938.02 292360.02 Program Manager 731384.02 206518.02 141141.02 182306.02 342806.02 604746.01.01Safety & Mission Safety & Mission S&MA S&MA S&MA S&MA Safety & Mission Safety & Mission Safety & Mission Program Mgmt &Assurance Assurance 282938.03 292360.03 Administration 731384.03 206518.03 Assurance Assurance Assurance 644423.03136905.03 Science/Technology Future Elements 604746.01.01.01 Science/Technology Spacecraft 141141.03 182306.03 342806.03 Science/Technology 282938.04 Dev & Ops 292360.05 PP&C 731384.04 Module Science/Technology Technology TechnologyMission Operations 644423.04 Mission Ops 604746.01.01.02 Aircraft/Spacecraft 206518.08 141141.04 Development Development136905.07 Orion Dev Support Spacecraft 282938.07 & Ground Ops 731384.06 Aircraft/Spacecraft 182306.04 342806.04Launch Vehicle/ 644423.06 Systems Engineering Core Stage 141141.06 Payloads Payloads Ground System Dev 292360.06 604746.02 206518.08.01Services Crew Module 282938.09 Mission Operations 182306.05 342806.05 Integrated Ops H/W Mgmt Core Stage136905.08 644423.06.01 Safety & Mission 731384.06.01 141141.07 Spacecraft Spacecraft (LSS System Integration 292360.07 Booster Service Module Assurance Sustaining Engineering 206518.08.02 Ground Systems Development Elements) First Stage 64423.06.02 & Testing Launch Vehicle 604746.03 731384.06.02 282938.10 Earth Departure 141141.09 182306.06 342806.06 136905.08.01 Launch Abort Dev Supt & Ops H/W Development Stage Upper Stage System Education & 292360.08 Science/Technology 731384.06.04 206518.08.03 Systems Integration Ops Integration Mission Operations 604746.04 342806.07 136905.08.02 644423.06.04 Public Outreach Ground Systems H/W Processing & Earth Departure & Testing 182306.07 Upper Stage Engine (SSME) Software 282938.11 Dev & Sustaining Aircraft/Spacecraft Logistics Stage Engine 141141.10 Launch Vehicle Ground Systems 644423.06.05 604746.06 136905.08.03 Agency Cost 292360.09 731384.06.05 206518.08.04 Agency Cost Services 342806.09 Upper Stage Assessment 282938.99 Integrated T&V Mission Operations Assessment 141141.99 182306.08 Test & Verification Integ & Testing 604746.07 Flight Integration 342806.10 Engine – J2 644423.10 292360.10 Sys Integ & Testing Ground Operations 136905.08.04 Systems Integration & Test 182306.09 Education & Public Upper Stage Education & Education & Public 731384.10 206518.10 136905.08.05 Public Outreach Outreach & Testing Education & Test & Verification Outreach 292360.11 604746.10 182306.10 182306.11 644423.11 Public OutreachGround System(s ) Integrated Logistics Education & Education & Public Construction of 731384.11136905.09 292360.12 Public Outreach Outreach Facility 644423.98 604746.11 Agency CostSystems Integration Construction of Assessment 731384.99 182306.11& Testing Agency Cost Agency Fee For Assessment Facility 292360.98136905.10 Service (FFS) 644423.99 Agency Cost 604746.90Construction ofFacility 136905.98 Assessment 292360.99 Program Reserves 604746.99 Projects provide monthly cost andAgency CostAssessment136905.99 schedule variances at these levels per CxP Projects EVM Directive WBS Reporting Areas these thresholds Projects Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 TotalAres 1 18 31 44 94Orion 1 36 21 58EVA 1 6 5 3 15Ground Ops 1 11 1 3 16Mission Ops 1 6 26 33 Thresholds for variance explanationsProgram Int 1 5 6 5 largest cum cost variances exceeding +/- $250K and +/- 5%Totals 6 28 86 58 0 44 222 5 largest cum schedule variances exceeding +/- $250K and +/- 5% 2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com 6
  7. 7. Organization Dynamic organization across all centers Institutions such as Engineering are support to all programs and projects 2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com 7
  8. 8. CxP EVM Organization ESMD Assoc. Administrator Program Manager PP&C Director SCEA Manager CxP SCEA EVM/IMS LeadCxP Project EVM Focals and Support Ares Orion EVA Ground Ops Mission Ops Program Integration Lunar Projects 35 CAMs 17 CAMs 10 CAMs 14 CAMs TBD 8 CAMs HQ and Center EVM Focal CxP SupportOffice of Chief Engineer Headquarters MSFC JSC KSC LARC Institutional support office Strong collaboration is key to success: Organizational Interfaces External Interfaces • Bi-monthly EVM Working Group meeting Resources GAO DCMA and telecoms (~23 participants) Scheduling IG Industry • Quarterly HQ EVMWG meetings (~20 participants Assessments SRB • Training and monthly reviews (~100 JCL Analysis OMB NASA CAMs and upper Management) 2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com 8
  9. 9. How CxP implemented EVM Solid Communication with all involved • Face to face • Telecoms and WebEx • Website portals Developed process documentation Developed and maintain an implementation schedule Defined clear requirements and expectations between the Program and Projects Used existing industry tools, guidelines and experts (ANSI Standard, DCMA documents, EVM Implementation Guides, industry consultants) Implemented off the shelf software tools to mirror existing financial reporting systems prior to providing EVM data Understood existing cultures and slowly worked to change resistance to EVM and remained flexible Stayed optimistic each step of the way Demonstrated the benefits to key stakeholders Met implementation deadlines and delivered products and data2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com 9
  10. 10. CxP EVM Implementation Timeline PMR07 PMR08 PMR08 Rev 1 PMR09 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010Lifecycle Phase PHASE A PHASE B PHASE C Requirements ESMD EVM Policy NPR 7120.5D CxP EVM Directive -038 CxP IBR Strategy Gilbrecht IPM Letter CxP IBR Guide CxP EVM Sys Des CxP Report Generator Format CxP IBR Guide and Toolkit IBRs Complete Process ATK, Boeing IBRs PADs Released PWR, Lockheed Martin EVM Healthcheck IBRs Reviews CxP EVM Working Group Established SRB EVM Status Provided CxP EVM Summit CxP EVM F2F CxP EVM F2F Integration HQ EVM Working Group interface established MPR Reporting Established Resume MPR Reporting .xml Connect EVM Tool Actuate Actuals Report Windchill and Wiki established Pertmaster established Cobra in Citrix environment Tools Primavera established wInsight in Citrix environment Cobra project initiated J-2X Prime EVM Reports Ares and Orion Prime Early In-House EVM Reports Some EVM reporting stops, PAD-based EVM Reporting EVM Reports replanning underway EVM Data Level II EVM Metric Templates established Cobra Training People and Multiple EVM Training wInsight Training CxP Program Support Contract IBR Training APPEL CAM Training/Cert courses initiated in Start Course (TBD) Training SATERN Multiple EVM Training KSC Cobra Pilot courses initiated at Cobra Workshop Ares Cobra Pilot various Centers wInsight Training CAM Training Initiative Kickoff 2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com TIME NOW 10
  11. 11. EVM Implementation Process Flow Constellation EVM System Overview ESMD EVM FormulationESMD Review Program Policy Guidance Authorization Performance Documents (FAD) EVM Report Control Program EVM SDD Format/ReportingConstellation Program Directive (038) Program Integrated EVM Data Analysis/Reports wInsight Project EVM data storage Analyze Project Authorization EVM Data Document (PAD) Conduct IBRs Validate PMB Project EVMConstellation Projects Load and reports Formulate Schedule maintain WBS EVM cost engine Analyze WBS EVM data Dictionary RAM WAD PMB Formulate CAP Generate EVM Control Project OBS performance Bottoms-Up measurement Planning data2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com 11
  12. 12. CxP EVM Implementation Schedule2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com 12
  13. 13. EVM Components Process – Project Example Budgets Earned Value Actuals Forecasts Variances Reports Collected monthly Collected monthly Collected monthly • CxP Monthly PAD, WADs initiate Collected monthly from CAMS and from CAMs and from CAMs and wInsight Charts budget authorization from Resources Schedulers Resource Analysts Resource Analysts • EVM Graphs and Primavera /MS WebTADs Metrics PPBE /CAP Project • Control Account Excel Plan Schedule Performance Labor Collection Phasing Plans Plan (CAP) Reports Internal Task ALDS & SAP • Baseline Change Agreements Labor Processed Reports Phasing Plans • CPRs 1-5 • Variance Bus. Ware. Worksheets CIRR SAP Report Tool Phasing Plans Rates, WBS, OBS Actuate Codes, Cost Elements Bus Ware Report Tool Excel or .csv Flat files Cobra or .xml Con. EVM Cost Engine via XML file Prime .xml or X12 wInsight Deliverable EVM Analysis Prime Format 5 Variance Analysis2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com 13
  14. 14. CxP Projects EVM Monthly Process Rhythm Actuate CAM EVM Actuals Reports Similar monthly process used Cost .xml file wInsightSAP/ Report Engine BW by all projects for EVM EVM Analyst loads Actuals into EVM Schedule Status Reporting Cost Engine Week One Variance CAM Explanations EV Report Reviews Prime .xml Weeks 2 & 3 files Week Four CAM’s determine Load variance explanations/ variance explanations Var. explanations, EAC’s into Cost Engine EAC’s and new EAC’s and $$ In Thousands BCWS BCWP ACWP Schedule Variance Cost Variance Element Status G  Y  database generate variance Current Pd. Cumulative 1,571 22,510 1,571 22,510 1,665 21,246 0 0 0.0% 0.0% G  1264 -93 -5.9% 5.6% B  Overall variance explanation form explanation to be CxP PROD Element: 604746.03 CPI & SPI Name: Safety & Missio 2008 2009 added Index of Dollars OCT NOV DEC JAN EVM Report Updates 1.080 1.070 1.060 Performance Upload to Internal wInsight 1.050 BAC 54,681  EAC 53,417  ICE Final PI EV Report MPR 1.040 VAC 1264  Output 1.030 Review EAC Forecast Min. 51,323 Max 52,488 1.020 Percent Scheduled 41.2% 1.010 Percent Complete 41.2% 1.000 Percent Spent 38.9% Monthly EVM SPI Current 1.00  MPR CAM Briefing Report TCPILRE 1.000 1.000 1.0001.000 Cumulative 1.00  CUM CPI 1.070 1.058 1.0691.059 CPI Current 0.94  CUM SPI 1.000 1.000 1.0001.000 Cumulative 1.06   Improving  R Worse than -10% Y Between -10% and -5% G Between -5% and 5% B Better than 5% Change Threshold = 10% Worsening Wbs Description SV CV VAC BCWS BCWP ACWP SV SV% CV CV% BAC EAC CPI SPI VAC CAM 1 604746.03 Safety & Mission Assurance ↔ ↓ ↔ 22,509.8 22,509.8 21,245.9 0.0 0.00 1,263.8 5.61 54,680.7 53,416.9 1.059 1.000 1,263.8 SRQ 2 604746.03.00 Safety & Mission Assurance ↔ ↔ ↑ 186.0 186.0 0.0 0.0 0.00 186.0 100.00 558.0 372.0 0.000 1.000 186.0 SRQ 3 604746.03.01 Management & Control ↔ ↓ ↔ 2,680.0 2,680.0 2,203.3 0.0 0.00 476.6 17.79 9,439.4 8,962.7 1.216 1.000 476.6 SRQ 4 604746.03.02 System Safety ↔ ↔ ↔ 6,717.6 6,717.6 6,448.9 0.0 0.00 268.7 4.00 18,325.7 18,057.1 1.042 1.000 268.7 SRQ 5 604746.03.03 Quality Assurance ↔ ↑ ↑ 1,927.1 1,927.1 1,590.6 0.0 0.00 336.5 17.46 5,574.0 5,237.5 1.212 1.000 336.5 SRQ 6 604746.03.05 Risk Management & Analysis ↔ ↓ ↓ 4,135.0 4,135.0 4,351.9 0.0 0.00 -216.9 -5.24 9,155.1 9,372.0 0.950 1.000 -216.9 SRQ 7 604746.03.06 Software Safety and Quality ↔ ↓ ↓ 1,810.7 1,810.7 1,731.8 0.0 0.00 78.8 4.35 4,867.7 4,788.8 1.046 1.000 78.8 SRQ 8 604746.03.07 SR&QA Infor Systems Development ↔ ↓ ↓ 3,272.7 3,272.7 3,458.0 0.0 0.00 -185.3 -5.66 3,429.7 3,615.0 0.946 1.000 -185.3 SRQ 9 604746.03.08 JSC-SRQA Program Support ↔ ↓ ↓ 1,095.0 1,095.0 1,144.0 0.0 0.00 -49.0 -4.47 1,283.0 1,332.0 0.957 1.000 -49.0 SRQ 10 604746.03.09 Reliability and Maintainability ↔ ↔ ↑ 685.7 685.7 317.3 0.0 0.00 368.4 53.72 2,048.2 1,679.8 2.161 1.000 368.4 SRQ 2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com Page 14
  15. 15. EVM Data IntegrationPrime Ares Orion Ground Ops EVA Mission Ops Program IntegrationContractors Provides Provides Provideswith EVM .xml/X12 .xml/X12 .xml/X12In-House .xml Cobra .xml Cobra Athena Cobra Connect Connect•includes institutional contractors•civil servant labor and non-labor•other procurement costs(Primes with EVM reportingexcluded) NSAA E m n CP le e t: x C m u S I/C I u /C r P P N m : C n lla n a e o ste tio 20 08 20 09 Index of Dollars 0 /3 1 /3 1 /3 1 /3 0 /3 0 /2 0 /3 0 /3 0 /3 0 /3 0 /3 0 /3 9 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 1 2 8 3 1 4 0 5 1 6 0 7 1 8 1 1 0 .5 1 0 .4 1 0 .3 1 0 .2 Data loaded in wInsight 1 0 .1 1 0 .0 Project Sandbox 0 0 .9 0 0 .8 0 0 .7 0 0 .6 NS AA E m n CP le e t: x G u eS m le ag a p N m : C n lla n a e o ste tio 0 0 .5 C IC M P U S IC M P U All EVM data collected is summarized at 0.9 In e o D llas dx f o r C I C m 8 0 5 0 5 0 5 0 6 0.9 .9 4 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 5 0 6 0 5 P u 9 .9 4 .9 9 .9 9 .9 1 0 6 .9 2 .9 5 .9 2 .9 1 .9 1 .90.9 0.9 S I C m 4 0 7 0 8 0 8 0 7 0 8 0. 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 0 7 5 C I C r 4 0 3 1 9 0 6 1 2 1 3 90 .0 2 0 7 0 81.10 0 2 1 2 0 9 8 P u 4 .9 7 .9 6 .9 4 .9 8 5.9 1 .9 7 .9 6 .9 9 .9 6 .9 7 .9 6 P u 8 .9 1 1.10 1 .9 1 .0 9 .0 1 1 1 .9 7 .8 9 .5 4 .1 9 .8 4 0.8 .1 S ICr 5 0 9 1 2 0 3 0 3 1 4 1 5 0 7 1 5 0 9 0 8 0 4 P u 9 .9 6 .4 0 .9 3 .8 8 .0 1 .0 9 .9 4 .0 4 .7 5 .9 9 .9 6 1.0 In e o D llas dx f o r 0.90 the project level and loaded into wInsight Data Validation 0 /3 /0 8 1 9 0 5 .9 8 0 /3 /0 8 1 9 0 7 .9 6 for CxP review, analysis and reporting. 1.10 C IC R P U In e o D llas dx f o r 0 5 .9 0.90 1.10 S IC R P U In e o D llas dx f o r 0 5 .9 0.90 NS AA E m n CP le e t: x D a A is S m le u l- x a p N m : C n lla n a e o ste tio 20 08 20 09 Dollars in Thousands Index of Dollars 0 /3 0 11 /3 2 10 /3 2 80 /3 4 00 /3 6 00 /3 8 1 9 01 /3 1 01 /3 1 10 /2 3 10 /3 5 10 /3 7 10 /3 Data loaded in CxP wInsight 50 0 /3 /0 8 1 9 0 9 .8 4 0 /3 /0 8 1 9 1.9 6 00 .14 Production database 0 1 0 .0 -0 5 0 0 .9 -0 10 0 0 .8 -5 10 0 0 .7 -0 20 0 0 .6 -5 20 0 0 .5 C C M .97 .11 4 - 6 .91 7 - 5 .61 4 - 7 .41 9 - 6 .62 2 - 4 .0 V U - - 1 - 5 .81 0 - 5 .41 1 - 5 .31 6 - 9 .22 3 - 2 .82 4 11 C C R0- 6 .3 1 .3 - .1 3 V U4 .2 91 6 6 .5 5 - .7- 2 - 2 - 4 4 .8- 1 .8 2 2 .1 2 .8 6 .4 0 2 .2 C I C .9 80 5 0 5 0 5 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 5 0 6 0 5 P 0M .9 4 .9 9 .9 9 .9 1 .9 4 .9 2 .9 5 .9 2 .9 1 .9 1 .9 8 U9 C I C .8 80 3 1 9 0 6 1 2 1 3 1 1 0 7 0 8 0 2 1 2 0 9 P 0R .9 1 .1 1 .9 1 .0 9 .0 1 .0 2 .9 7 .8 9 .5 4 .1 9 .8 4 U4 2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com Page 15
  16. 16. EVM Wiki and Windchill Sites Wiki is a one-stop-shop for all CxP EVM related guidance, references, example products, meetings, etc. Windchill will house the monthly EVM MPR Charts and will serve as the location for the electronic CAM Notebooks2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com 16
  17. 17. Cobra Implementation Process – Program Integration 1 2 3 4 Fully Create core •Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Import core understand Cobra Tables in •Organizational Breakdown Structure (OBS) files to Cobra and determine Excel •Resource Breakdown Structure (RBS) reporting •Fiscal Calendar requirements •Rates •Budget ElementPlanning and Development 5 6 7 8 9 10 Create Cobra Prepare CAPs Load budget Load actuals Load earned value Calculate forecast Program and into Cobra via link core files Integration WizardExecution 11 12 13 14 15 Load Export .xml file Load .xml Prepare Post EVM variance file into EVM reports to explanations wInsight reports Windchill/WikiAnalysis and Reporting Monthly Process noted in Red 2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com Page 17
  18. 18. Cobra Reporting RequirementsThings to consider… WBS Level Reporting requirements per EVM Management Directive (3rd Level WBS 604746.01.01) Department/Organization Numbers (ZB211, EA311) Charge Number Structure (604746.01.01.22.10) Hierarchies (Level of detail for reporting) Organization Chart Structure Resource/Budget Element Titles (Eng I, JSC EA, 22) .xml outputs to wInsight Code Fields for additional reports (PPBE Phases, CAM Names)2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com Page 18
  19. 19. Cobra Set up Example – Program Integ.Schedule EVM data loaded in Cobra 2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com 19
  20. 20. Integrated Baseline Reviews (IBRs)
  21. 21. Why IBR?• CxP Requirement: IBRs are required on all Contracts, Projects, and In-House efforts that have an EVM requirement• Purpose of an IBR – Aim to cover 80-85% of the Project, Sub-Project, Prime Contract, or In-House effort value. – Include all high-risk areas of the project. – Include all activities on or near the critical path. – Include at least some LOE, Material, and Sub-Contract Control Accounts in order to provide insight into how these aspects of the project are planned. – The Constellation Program and the Project Office or Prime Contractor as applicable should agree on what is to be reviewed prior to IBR.• Objectives of an IBR − The technical scope of work is fully included in the WBS and Control Account Plans and is consistent with authorizing documents (PAD/Contract). − The technical scope of work can be accomplished within baseline cost and schedule constraints. − Key schedule milestones are identified and are consistent with Constellation Program requirements. − Supporting schedules reflect a logical flow to accomplish the technical work scope. − Resources (budgets, facilities, personnel, skills, etc.) are adequate and available to support the scope and schedule. − Control Account Plans and underlying PMB rationales and estimates are reasonable. − Tasks are planned and can be measured objectively, relative to technical progress and that Earned Value measurement methods are reasonable given the nature of the work. − Key Candidate Risks have been identified and the cost and schedule implications of those risks have been incorporated into the PMB. − Managers have appropriately implemented required management processes. IBRs will provide confidence in the Earned Value information that is reported and its use as a predictor of future performance 2/10/10 SGT-Inc, lisa.mccann@sgt-inc.com 21

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