If you’re in need of program management for a government program, DHA can help. Our extensive experience in program management allows us to design a customized operation structured to meet the goals of your organization. Learn more about our services, how programs are managed, and how you can benefit with the help of DHA in this week’s blog.
Government Program Management
Our program management services cover every facet of the program process. Our services include:
-Requirements Definition and Analysis
-Market studies and analyses
-Cost benefit analyses
-Mission needs statements
-Concepts of operations
-Statements of work and objectives
-Detailed technical evaluations of methods and products
-Contract strategies and acquisition planning
-Deliverables review and earn
How Program Management Works
Program management is the synthesis of a number of separate interests which are united in their common goal of the success of a program and the creation of required deliverables.
Program governance is the head of the program. The governance structure is designed to facilitate the alignment of the interests of many groups into a unified vision.
Program planning is the blueprint of the program. The planning stages involve creation of the program and building from a strong foundation to develop a complex and large-scale program.
The hierarchy of program management is designed to ensure that the program is operating in the most efficient manner possible. Efficiency is key in producing deliverables on schedule.
Naturally, for the program to run efficiently, it must have a successful infrastructure. This forms the backbone on which the program is integrated.
And of course, the financial needs of the program must be met at all times.
To learn more about government program management, contact DHA today. An award-winning management consulting and contracting firm primarily serving federal, civilian and defense agencies, DHA group supports clients’ mission-critical work by delivering expert professional services. Follow us on social media on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or Google+.