· Serves as the Operations
Earned Value Management (EVM) Implementation Division Director. The incumbent
directly supervises 8 EVM Functional Team leads and indirectly leads 72 EVM
specialist as well as leading multi-functional, multi-organizational review
teams that analyze, assess and determine the capability and adequacy of
suppliers Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS) relative to meeting the intent
of the 32 guidelines of American National Standards Institute/Electronics
Industries Alliance 748 (ANSI/EIA-748).
· Responsible for planning,
coordinating, and carrying out the EVM Implementation Divisions mission of
determining contractor EV system performance. Responsible for directing and
supervising other supervisory team members.
· Responsible for
overseeing technical appropriateness, soundness, and interpretations of work
product results of the division.
· Provides expert advice on
EVMS matters pertaining to current weapons and future weapons systems and
associated operational issues.
· Provides coordination and
expert level opinion in developing, finalizing and implementing EVMS policies,
instructions, guidelines, concepts of operations, best practices, training,
lessons learned and EVM tools.
· Utilizes professional
engineering or mathematical, statistical, econometric or other scientific
knowledge and expertise to provide recommendations and advice throughout the
DoD enterprise on Earned Value Management matters pertaining to weapons systems
acquisition and associated operational issues.
· Oversees the execution of
independent cost and schedule and economic analyses for a category of
conceptual and advanced weapon system programs to support major Office of the
Secretary of Defense acquisition, strategy, programming, and funding decisions.
· Develops enterprise-wide
initiatives to improve the use of EVM throughout DCMA and supports the DCMA
Chief Operations Officer/Deputy Chief Operations Officer, Region Commanders,
and CMO Commanders/Directors.