Streamlined information authoring, distribution and re-use
Complete Program Management
Dayton T. Brown's Technical Services offers all of the resources to
fulfill the requirements of complex authoring and information
deployment. An added element that clearly distinguishes DTB from competition:
DTB has a staff of Senior Program Managers with over
250 years of technical publications experience. This insures
that any program we support will be on-time, within budget and
at the required quality standards.
DTB assigns program
managers to all of the programs we support and they
take responsibility for an on-time, quality delivery within
budget. They also provide our customers with regular updates and all
reporting requirements throughout the program.
Benefits of DTB Program Management
Typically, and especially in complex projects, there
is a need to identify interdependencies of
schedules, goals, technologies and costs.
Managers coordinate goal-scheduling
ensuring scope, resources and schedules are properly managed to support a project.
We monitor project status communicating risks associated with
delivery and budget as well as technical issues.
Some clients employ sophisticated progress monitoring, such as
systems that provide metrics during the project. DTB not
only fully integrates into these systems but can implement them,
as well. These methods can provide a valuable cohesive
and informative framework for the completion of your
Earned Value Management
Earned Value Management (EVM), or Earned Value
Project/Performance Management (EVPM) is a program
management technique for objectively measuring project
performance and progress.
EVM has the ability to combine measurements of :
||Scope - general direction, goals and methods
||Schedule - planning and deliverables
||Cost - budgets and costs throughout your
Earned Value Management can accurately forecast project
performance problems, an important component of project
management. Popularity of EVM has grown
significantly in recent years beyond government
contracting, where its importance continues to
The use of
EVM to affect plans and
controls significantly improves both scope
definition as well as the analysis of overall project
performance. Research has also shown
that the principles of EVM are positive predictors of