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Title: Project


1
Project Program Management DoD Overview
Jesse Stewart November 2, 2006
2
DoD Project Program Management
  • Human Capital
  • Leadership
  • Corporate University
  • Certification
  • Metrics Governance

3
DoD Human Capital
  • ATL High Priority Goal
  • Assessment and Development of Workforce
  • Driven by Fact of Life Demographic Changes
  • Smaller Workforce
  • Aging Workforce
  • Increasing Job Complexity
  • Stable to Increasing Acquisition Workload

4
DoD Career Development Leadership Emphasis
  • DoD Statutorily Required to Emphasize Career
    Development
  • Defense Acquisition Workforce Act
  • Long Standing Program Management and Contracting
    Requirements
  • Applied Across Large Workforce
  • Job Selection Criteria-- Best Qualified
  • Performance Counts!

5
COMPONENT
Workforce Count as of September 30, 2005
NAVY/ USMC
AIR FORCE
OTHER DoD
Career Fields
ARMY
TOTAL
Program Management
3,784
3,550
3,180
513
11,027
SPRDE - Systems Engineering
11,139
16,886
5,561
223
33,809
Contracting
8,019
5,070
5,843
5,521
24,453
Life Cycle Logistics
6,128
4,206
1,414
80
11,828
Production, Quality
2,287
2,032
311
4,671
9,301
Manufacturing
Facilities Engineering
4,851
3,505
0
0
8,356
Business, Cost Estimating
4,352
1,840
1,460
101
7,753
Financial Management
Test Evaluation
2,461
2,453
1,783
54
6,751
Other Career Fields
5,682
2,953
4,479
5,514
18,628
Total
48,703
42,495
24,031
16,677
131,906
Source Defense Manpower Data Center
6
Leadership
  • Embedded in Overall Career Development
  • Education
  • Training Certification
  • Experience
  • Career Progression Based on Performance
  • Demonstrated Leadership Significant Factor
  • Performance Evaluation System Supports Selection
    System

7
Enduring Occupational
Competencies
Enduring Competencies
Acquisition Program Management Occupational
Competencies
PM Skills Intra-functional
broadening Level II in PM
Cross-functional Broadening Level III in
PM
Acquisition Skills Staff and Support Skills PM
Skills Level II any function
8
PM Career Path
Military Dpty to SAE, Commander of Acquisition
Command, PEO
Executive Development
SES/GO
ACAT I PM DPTY PM DPTY PEO
FEI (civilians)
GS-15 06
SENIOR STAFF
20 years
PMT 402
Senior Service School PMT 401
ACAT II/III PM DPTY PM
DEPT HQ
GS-14 05
Grad degree
CMD HQ
12-20 years service
ACAT III/IV PM DPTY PM
PMT 352 Intermediate service school/staff
college PMT-250
GS-12/13 04
Breadth Depth
IPT lead/project officer/staff officer
BS/BA
ACQ 201 ACQ 101 Functional courses Basic/advanced
officer skill training
Job/functional proficiency Acq
Commands/Matrix support/RD centers
GS 5-11 01-03
0-12 years service
9
Program Management Career Track (Additional
Specialized Training Available)
Required by Public Law For PM/PEO Positions
Mandatory Certification Courses
Meets statutory requirement for PEO/ACAT I/II PM
Deputy PM (10 USC 1735)
Level II certification
Level III certification
Level I certification
ACQ-201 Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course
ACQ-101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition
Management
PMT-250 Program Management Tools Course
PMT-352 Program Management Office Course
PMT-401 Program Managers Course
PMT-402 Executive Program Managers Course
  • Critical Thinking/ Problem Solving
  • (cost, sch/ perf)
  • Business acumen
  • Case Based
  • Classroom
  • Potential ACAT I, IA, II, lll PMs, Dpty PMs
    other senior acq mgrs
  • Case/scenario based
  • Critical thinking/problem solving
  • Application of knowledge (cost/sch/performance)
  • Tracks DoDI 5000.2
  • Internet/classroom
  • GS 13 - 14
  • O4 - O5
  • Tools based
  • Modules
  • Business areas
  • Tracks DoDI 5000.2
  • Internet
  • GS 12 - 13
  • 03 - 04
  • Application/ knowledge based (cost/sch/perf)
  • Tracks DoDI 5000.2
  • Internet/class-room
  • GS 9 - 12
  • O3 - O4

PEOs ACAT I, IA, II PMs Deputy PMs
  • Knowledge based
  • 11 functional areas
  • Internet
  • GS 5 - 9
  • O1 - O3

26 hours internet
36 hours internet 1 week classroom
80 hours internet
50 hours internet 6 weeks classroom
10 weeks classroom
4 weeks classroom
Mandatory for most career fields
Mandatory for PM career field only
10
Sector Leadership Summary
In recognition of our success in achieving an
innovation and far-reaching training
transformation, DAU not only earned
accreditation, but also won over 12 separate
corporate university awards, AND has been
recognized by many as one of the best corporate
universities in the world. This is especially
noteworthy for a government organization to
compete with the best private sector
organizations and win! In addition, DAU was
recognized as having the best Leadership
Development program in the military government
sector for 2005 and 2006.
11
Acquisition, Technology, and LogAcquisition,
Technology, and Logistics Performance Learning
Model Acquisition, Technology, and
Logistics Performance Learning Model
Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics Performance
Learning Model istics Performance Learning
Model                                           
                                                  
                                                  
                                                  
                                                  
                                                  
                          
Acquisition, Technology, and LogAcquisition,
Technology, and Logistics Performance Learning
Model istics Performance Learning Model
                                                  
                                                  
                                                  
                                                  
                                                  
                                                  
                  
Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics Performance
Learning Model                                 
                                                  
                                                  
                                                  
                                                  
                                                  
                                    
ATL Performance Learning Model
24/7 Learning Assets for the Classroom and the
Workplace
Training Courses - DAWIA Certification,
assignment-specific, and executive leadership
courses in the classroom and online
  • AKSS - Online gateway to ATL information tools
  • ACC - Online collaboration communities tailored
    to your needs
  • Virtual Library - Keeping you connected to
    research tools when you are not on campus
  • Consulting - We come to your workplace to assist
    you
  • Targeted Training - Tailored learning for your
    organization
  • RDT - On-site and online training on the latest
    ATL policies
  • CL Modules - Online modules to help you earn
    continuous learning points
  • Conferences
  • PEO / SYSCOM
  • Business Manager
  • DAU Acquisition Community Conference

12
ATL Fulfillment / Alternate Certification Process
Track 1
DAU Training
Level I
Level II
Level III
Functional Competencies
Track 2
Personal Experience
Employee
Supervisor Employee Assessment
Gap IDP
Level I
Level II
Level III
Track 3
Professional Association Certification / Other
Courses
Gap IDP
Level I
Level II
Level III
Competencies-Based Certification Program
13
DoD System
  • Career System Based on Acquisition Needs
  • Performance Continues to Dominate
  • Standard Training and Education Introduce
    Critical Thinking and Executive Development
  • Multiple Sources for Specialized Training
  • DAU--The Corporate Standard
  • Metrics Governance for Projects and Programs
  • Internal and External Attributes

14
PROGRAM SUCCESS PROBABILITY SUMMARY
Program Acronym ACAT XX
Date of Review dd mmm yy
Program Success
COL, PM
Program Smart Charts
INTERNAL FACTORS/METRICS
EXTERNAL FACTORS/METRICS
Program Requirements (3)
Program Execution
Program Fit in Capability Vision (2)
Program Resources
Program Advocacy
Program Parameter Status (3)
DoD Vision (2)
Budget
OSD (2)
Contract Earned Value Metrics (3)
Manning
Program Scope Evolution
Joint Staff (2)
Contractor Performance (2)
Transformation (2)
Interoperability (3)
Contractor Health (2)
War Fighter (4)
Fixed Price Performance (3)
Joint (3)
Army Secretariat
Program Risk Assessment (5)
Army Vision (4)
Sustainability Risk Assessment (3)
Congressional
Current Force (4)
Testing Status (2)
Industry (3)
Legends Colors G On Track, No/Minor Issues
Y
On Track, Significant Issues
R Off Track, Major Issues
Gray Not Rated/Not Applicable Trends Up
Arrow Situation Improving
(number) Situation Stable (for
Reporting Periods) Down Arrow
Situation Deteriorating
Technical Maturity (3)
Future Force
International (3)
Program Life Cycle Phase ___________
15
Governance
  • Governance Ties together the Acquisition System
  • Requirements, Budgeting and Acquisition Process
  • Structured Investment Decision Process
  • Trained WorkforceSmart Buyer
  • Project and Program Management

16
  • Questions?
  • Jesse.Stewart_at_dau.mil 703 805-4614

17
PROGRAM FIT IN CAPABILITY VISION
Program Acronym ACAT XX
COL, PM
Date of Review dd mmm yy
  • AREA(Examples) STATUS TREND
  • DoD Vision G (2)
  • Transformation G (2)
  • Interoperability Y (3)
  • Joint G (3)
  • Army Vision Y (4)
  • Current Force Y (4)
  • Future Force (N/A) (N/A)
  • Other (N/A) (N/A)
  • Overall Y (2)

18
PROGRAM ADVOCACY
Program Acronym ACAT XX
COL, PM
Date of Review dd mmm yy
  • AREA(Examples) STATUS TREND
  • OSD Y (2)
  • (Major point)
  • Joint Staff Y (2)
  • (Major point)
  • War Fighter Y (4)
  • (Major point)
  • Army Secretariat G
  • (Major point)
  • Congressional Y
  • (Major point)
  • Industry G (3)
  • (Major Point)
  • International G (3)
  • (Major Point)
  • Overall Y

19
In 2002, DAU was recognized by the United States
Distance Learning Association (USDLA) as one of
ten specially selected as E-Learning
organizations of the year. In October 2002, DAU
President was also recognized as the Leader of
the Year at the 2002 Corporate University Best -
In - Class (CUBIC) awards conference. At the
same conference, the Defense Acquisition
University received Best Virtual Corporate
University/Best Use of Technology, Most
Innovative Corporate University (runner-up), and
Best Overall Corporate University CUBIC Awards.
As a result, in 2003, 2004, and 2005 DAU was
asked to judge the CUBIC Awards. Additionally,
DAU won the Brandon Hall Gold Medal Award for
Excellence in e-Learning Best Practices. DAU was
also selected the top corporate university in
America for 2004 by the American Society for
Training and Development (ASTD) Best Award.
Additionally, DAU President has been named 2004
Chief Learning Officer of the Year by Chief
Learning Officer magazine and DAU was presented
with a Gold and a Bronze award for in the
magazines first annual Learning in Practice
Awards competition.  DAU was singled out for
exemplifying the qualities of dynamic,
forward-thinking leadership that make a positive
impact on the future of the enterprise.  In
September 2005 and again in 2006, DAU was
selected by Leadership Excellence magazine for
the best Leadership Development Program in the
government sector. In October 2005, DAU received
three USDLA Distance Learning Awards to include
its new 21st Century Best Practices Award, the
highest award bestowed upon any organization in
their industry. DAU Ranks 1 in Best in
Leadership Development 2006! DAU has again been
ranked 1 in Leadership Development by Executive
Excellence Publishing, a leading source of
knowledge on personal and organizational
leadership development. For the past 22 years,
Leadership Excellence magazine has rated the best
leadership development programs in seven
categories. In 2006, some 600 organizations were
surveyed and the best leadership development
programs were judged by the following criteria
Vision, Involvement, Measurement , Curriculum,
Delivery, Reach, Value, Impact on the
organization. Leadership winners who make the top
100 possess a rare combination of substance and
presentation style, inspiring action and
real-world performance, while working tirelessly
towards implementing change. In terms of where
you fit overall in the top 100 in any Category, I
would rank you in the Top 10, Ken Shelton,
Editor, Leadership Excellence Publishing. DAU was
recognized for its world-class learning
environment and its outstanding executive
development and program management programs. DAU
is to be featured in the October 2006 issue of
Leadership Excellence magazine for its first
place ranking. Our success in this rigorous
competition with the foremost leadership
development organizations and institutes is
eloquent testimony to the dedication, technical
excellence, and proven results of its faculty and
staff. The Top 10 programs in the
Government/Military category were 1. Defense
Acquisition University (DOD)6. U.S.
Army/Westpoint  2. U.S. Air Force Academy 3. FBI
Academy 4. U.S. Naval Academy/Seals 5.  U.S.
Marine Academy 7. U.S. Army Rangers 8. Baldrige
Award/ASQ 9. Tie US. Coast Guard/U.S. National
Guard 10. National Defense University
20
63A Acquisition Manager
Career Pyramid
21 years
SPD OSD/JCS HQ USAF MAJCOM Wg/Gp CC
Senior Dev. Ed. AWC, ICAF, NWC, Fellowships
HQ USAF
MAJCOM
16.0 years
Prof. Education APDP Lev III
Dep Grp/CC
Squadron Commander
Intermediate Dev. Ed. ACSC, AAD (AFIT, NPS) JMIC,
ACGC, LAI, etc.
Div/Br Chief Joint/OSD
Special Duty (Instr, 16X, RAS/PAS)
11 yrs
Developmental Assignment
Prof. Education APDP Lev II Lev III
SPO, Lab, Test, ALC
Basic dev. Education ASBC, AFIT, SOS, AFIP
Flight Commander
MAJCOM
Developmental Assignment (SPEED, PACE, EWI)
Prof. Education APDP Lev I II
Special Duty (Instructor, Exec, RAS)
Staff (Center, NAF)
Primary Skill (SPO, Lab, Test, ALC)
OPEX
IDE - Intermediate Developmental Education SDE -
Senior Dev Edu RAS - Regional Affairs
Specialist PAS - Pol-Mil Affairs Specialist SPD -
System Program Director SPEED - Special Program
Experience Exchange Duty PACE - Program for Acq
and Contracting Exchange/Experience EWI -
Education with Industry NAF - Numbered Air Force
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