BITHGROUP
  • 14-Nov-2017 to 13-Jan-2018 (EST)
  • Other
  • Baltimore, MD, USA
  • Full Time

IV&V PROJECT MANAGER

 

The TO Contractor IV&V Project Manager (PM) must be a certified Project Management Professional

(PMP) and must have experience leading an IV&V project of comparable size and complexity. The

IV&V PM must have extensive experience with IV&V methodologies and industry-standard best

practices in project management and system development. The IV&V PM will have exceptional

organizational, communication, and leadership skills and must be available to present executive project

presentations to multiple levels of project and leadership and to other government executives

 

 

 

2.6.1 IV&V PART 1 - SNAPSHOT

  1. Stage 1 of 3 - Baseline Assessment

Stage 1 of the Snapshot IV&V shall commence with the IV&V Project Kick-off Meeting and shall

conclude upon delivery of the Final Baseline Findings Report and a presentation to Agency. During

Stage 1, the TO Contractor shall conduct interviews, review documents and analyze the project in

accordance with the IV&V Objectives provided in TORFP Section 2.2.

  1. Stage 2 of 3 TEAM Plan Development (Optional)

The TO Contractor may be asked to work with DoIT and DHS to develop a baseline TEAM

(Transformative, Enhancement, Assistance and Mentoring) Plan to address risks/issues identified in

the Baseline Findings Report. Stage 2 requires that the TO Contractor work with DoIT and DHS to:

 

  1. Prioritize project risks/issues identified in the Baseline Findings Report and identify which

risks/issues warrant a response by the MD THINK project team;

  1. Draft a TEAM Plan with recommended responses to the risks/issues identified in Stage 1 and

which shall define at a minimum:

  1. a) criteria for knowing when responses to risks/issues are completed
  2. b) the steps necessary to complete each response
  3. c) the timeline for completing each response
  4. Ensure that the TEAM Plan document is structured to be updateable by the Agency project

team as it responds to ongoing project risks/issues and identifies new ones.

  1. Stage 3 of 3 TEAM Plan Monitor / Mentor (Optional). Upon acceptance of the TEAM Plan

(Stage 2) by the TO Project/Contract Manager, the TO Contractor may be tasked to monitor the

Agency's project progress against the plan. Among other deliverables, Stage 3 requires the TO

Contractor to provide TEAM Plan updates and direct guidance to the Agency project team on meeting

TEAM Plan recommendations.

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