Second in Series of Federal Agency Roundtables Scheduled for October 26 at GWU
October 4, 2012
Government agencies are challenged in 2012 and beyond to complete projects in the most cost efficient way possible, using both available dollars and human resources wisely. Government leaders are working in an environment where you have to produce greater results faster, and for less money. How can this be accomplished? Effective risk management can make a significant difference in achieving success across your projects. The second Federal Agency Roundtable scheduled for October 26 at George Washington University in Washington, DC, will explore how Earned Value Management (EVM) is used within the federal government with a special emphasis on how agencies ensure quality data and the effective implementation of scalable program controls. Facilitators include Michael Peek, PE CCE of the DOE and Jerry Jones of the FAA. The roundtable is sponsored by the Government Liaison Committee chaired by Kimberly Hunter, EVP.
We have invited a few program managers and project controls professionals to participate in AACE International’s roundtable to exchange best practice advice and concerns with professionals from government agencies. Come hear what issues your colleagues at other agencies are dealing with and share your best practices. We will also discuss a special federal agencies track for the 2013 AACE International Annual Meeting June 30-July 3 in Washington, DC.
For more information about the Federal Agency Roundtable, see the promotional flyer here.
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