The EVMP Forum 2022 (Earned Value Management Practitioners Forum), in association with the Federal Publications Seminars (FPS), will hold their annual Forum on October 26th and 27th 2022.
In its 12th year, the EVMP Forum 2022 will hold its two-day training workshop on the top two floors of the UVA Darden Conference Center in Arlington, VA. The training days are designed to help attendees improve personal skills and their organisations’ processes for project controls.
EVMP Forum is for delegates who have an interest in EVM and attracts Government and Industry Program Managers, Project Controls Managers, EVM Managers, EVM Application Users and Administrators.
UVA Darden Conference Center
1100 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22209
The format of EVMP Forum will be Federal Government Policies, Guidance, and Processes on October 26th and tracks on October 27th all run by government and Industry experts. Networking opportunities will be available throughout the two days.
Federal Government Policies, Guidance, and Processes
David Cadman, Assistant Secretary of Defense will offer a presentation on ‘Innovative Data-Driven Acquisition Practices Which Deliver Warfighting Capability at the Speed of Relevance’
John McGahan is a technical advisor that supports the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). John will offer a presentation on the new IMPDAR datafile requirements.
Jen Horner, Deputy Program Manager for (OSD) will present ‘EVM Central Repository (EVM-CR) update for IPMDAR: Incremental Delivery, File Reporting, File Tagging and Validation Rules.’ Jen will also demonstrate the ADA IPM Training Portal.
Shad Kresta is a senior EVMS Analyst, working for the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA). Shad will offer his insights on ‘Right-Sizing EVM, Tailoring EVM Reporting Requirements, and why PMs say EVM Doesn’t Work.’
Mel Frank, Director of Project Controls for the Department of Energy (DOE) will offer his insights on ‘DOE Implementation of the IP2M METRR Toolset.’
Project Controls Analyst Tracks
- Project Organisation and Development: Calendar, WBS, OBS, Resources, Rates, IMS, PMB, and EVTs
- A Month in the Life of a Project Controls Analyst
- Project Controls Analyst Pitfalls & Best Practices
- Variance Analysis Process and Metrics – Helping CAMs Analyse and Write to Variances
- Optimizing Your Project Controls Processes – Tips & Tricks
Agile Management Tracks
- Agile Fundamentals
- Transitioning to Agile – Why and How?
- Agile Planning, Project Management, and Project Controls for Government Programs
- Integrating Agile and EVM- Government Guidance and Best Practices
- Project Controls for Agile Projects- Agile Metrics and Using EVM Example
- Implementing a Compliant EVMS for a Major Federal Agency Program
Industry Implementation of Government EVM Policies and Compliance Tracks
- IPMDAR Deep Dive: Implementing the Schedule Performance (SPD) and Contract Performance Dataset (CPD) – Part 1
- IPMDAR Deep Dive: Implementing the Performance Narrative Report – Part 2
- EVMS Validation Journey
- EVMS in a Research Environment: Guidance for Researchers on Project Controls
- Right Size Your EVM
Networking is scheduled on both days. Deltek will host both networking lunches where Government and Industry experts will be available to answer questions.
The cost for EVMP Forum 2022 is $575 for either day or $1095 for both days.
Delegates have the option to attend in person or virtually.
To register click here
We reviewed two hotels close to the UVA Darden Conference Center in Arlington, the Comfort Inn Ballston hotel and the Sonesta Select Arlington Rosslyn hotel.
Comfort Inn Ballston
1211 North Glebe Road
Arlington, VA 22201
The Comfort Inn Ballston is a three-star hotel approximately 1.8 miles from the UVA Darden Conference Center. The hotel is clean with spacious rooms and comfy beds. Each room has a refrigerator and microwave. The Comfort Inn has been described as a Courtyard by Marriott or Hilton Garden but cheaper. A two-night stay costs $389.00 with breakfast included.
Sonesta Select Arlington Rosslyn
1533 Clarendon Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22209
The Sonesta Select hotel is a three-star hotel approximately 0.5 miles from the UVA Darden Conference Center. The rooms are large with comfortable beds. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable of the local area, offering superb recommendations about the local nightlife and restaurants. Although there isn’t a restaurant on-site, every room has a microwave and fridge. A two-night stay costs $484.00.
EVMP Forum 2022 is a two-day learning experience designed to help any EVM practitioner, regardless of experience, to advance in the use of EVM tools, processes, analysis and reporting. Delegates can select different topics and tailor this event to suit their capabilities and needs.
Our friends from Deltek are one of the sponsors, of this event and will host two lunches offering delegates the opportunity to network and relax with colleagues and friends.