The DCMA EVMS mission is to assess supplier controls and procedures for compliance with the 32 EIA 748 EVMS Standard and influence the practice of program management by reinforcing the way the Department thinks about (and uses) EVMS data, to strengthen the purchasing power of the Department. Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) have been identified to cover certain areas of responsibility in an effort to provide consistent, reliable, accurate information for EVMS functional subjects both internal and external to the Agency.
DCMA EVMS business practices (BP) and POCs:
DCMA EVMS Center training SMEs: - responsible for training guidance, EVMS informal development plans, DAWIA certification review and adjudication recommendation, and general EVMS learning internal and external to the Agency. Responsibility includes promulgation of information among EVMS center team members at each hub location.
Leads: Donna Holden, Erik Berg
DCMA EVMS Center policy SMEs: - responsible for official requests for information from internal and external sources regarding policy, regulation, clause, and other EVMS functional document review. Responsible for supporting or providing support responses to internal and external formal and informal requests for policy review, comments, and adjudication of EVMS functional policy, procedure, and regulatory type requests for information. (BP assignments already identified above notwithstanding). Responsibility includes promulgation of information among EVMS center team members at each hub location.
Leads: Danielle Bemis, Dean Nifakos
DCMA EVMS Center tools SMEs: - responsible for gathering, understanding, and processing EVMS-specific tools used in all facets of performing the EVMS functional duties in support of carrying out all aspects of the BPs as necessary. Responsibility includes promulgation of information among EVMS center team members at each hub location.
Leads: John Christian, Daniel Goldsmith, Patty Gonzalez
If you have any recommended DCMA EVMS Compliance Metric (DECM) change submissions, general EVMS questions or input regarding the compliance metrics and process you can submit your inputs to the EVMS Center inbox. All DECM change requests must be submitted no later than 2 weeks prior to next Configuration Control Board (CCB) for consideration in CCB proceedings. All DECM change requests must be submitted using redline Metric Specification Template only. DECM change requests submitted late may be considered as time allows, and may be deferred until next CCB meeting. DECM metric specification template updates are to be posted not later than 30 days after CCB proceedings close. Metric Specification Templates become effective as of the day they are posted. Possible impact to surveillance events in process are evaluated with each cognizant DCMA corporate lead (hub lead) as necessary.
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