Posted by: EVMConsulting.Com | February 12, 2010

The New 44 Working Day Guidline

So the new guidance is for most work packages to be no longer than 44 working days, or 2 calendar months when a contract is detail planned. This may have a significant impact for some, since this impacts material receipts, Inter-company work orders and travel expenses. Some exclusions are permitted with merit and of course if you don’t exceed the threshold (typically 5-10%),  but there is no doubt the 14-point assessment has impacted many programs. If your program is planning on having an IBR (Integrated Baseline Review) in the near future, make sure your work packages are evaluated.

Has it impacted your program? How are you adjusting to this new guideline?

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