NDIA’s Integrated Program Management Division (IPMD) is continuing their webinar series on Monday, July 26. We invite all NDIA and Affiliate members to join us!
This webinar is intended for all Program/Project (P/P) managers and others within the Program Office, who want to understand how to address program risks and opportunities; what the impact of a realistic P/P estimate provides; how P/P management is changing in today’s environment; and finally, how does capability and mission engineering affect development and delivery achievement. This webinar will be a valuable series of discussions supporting the Program/Project Manager’s understanding of what is needed today and in the future to ensure Program/Project success.
PLEASE NOTE: This event is closed to press/media and is only open to NDIA and Affiliate members.
ABOUT THE DIVISION
The Integrated Program Management Division (IPMD) leads the advancement of integrated program management through industry and government partnership. The Division provides thought leadership in Integrated Program Management (IPM). The Division achieves this objective by conducting forums and meetings to advance IPM practices as well as by providing and publishing industry perspectives on IPM topics. As the author and steward of the EIA-748 Standard for Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS), the Division also creates and maintains industry standards and guides. Learn more about the IPMD here.
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