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The DCMA 14 Point Assessment

Some schedules represent credible tasks logically and can be used for tracking progress, and some are art projects that may be pleasing to the eye but are primarily worthless.  Tired of dealing with vendors and programs trying to manage complex and expensive efforts using art projects, the US Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) developed and… Continue reading The DCMA 14 Point Assessment

Schedule Creation: Know The Difference Between A Picture And A Schedule

Schedule Creation/Validation Checklists Most commercially available scheduling tools support creating what are called “well-formed schedules” in the trade.  These are schedules that can predict project outcomes, monitor project progress, and recalculate task times based on status updates.  Because some organizations use schedules as pretty pictures rather than project management tools, these same commercial tools have… Continue reading Schedule Creation: Know The Difference Between A Picture And A Schedule