Program Management

JAB’s project management process is designed to effectively manage change, drive competitive advantage, and deliver high-quality results and best-value services both on time and within budget.

At JAB, we believe that contract management support is driven by proven processes; customized, automated tools; and experienced, detail-oriented professionals. We understand that poor contract management can result in delays and frustration for program offices. Conversely, diligent and comprehensive program management that provides accurate and readily available program data can be the program office’s most effective management tool.

JAB’s program management capabilities include:

  • Gap analysis
  • Market research
  • Procurement strategy development
  • Requirements definition
  • Scope, time, and budget constraint baseline development
  • Outstanding recruitment and retention of certified, experienced and cleared professionals
  • Integration and management of resources and communications
  • Measurement and monitoring progress through application of a comprehensive quality assurance and control plan
  • Contract closeout activities
  • Lessons learned
  • Archives

The key to any successful project start is an organized plan that defines all required tasks, the order in which they must be accomplished, time duration, the resources required for each task, and the cost of these resources.

Many projects start with ill-defined requirements – this is the number one reason for cost and schedule overruns and eventual project failure. Our requirements definition process and tracking methodology reduces project risk and add greater probability of project success.

In order to ensure that standards of quality are being met, it is critical that the PM practices systematic monitoring and evaluation of all aspects of a project, service, or facility, applying both standardized metrics ant those developed to address the unique aspect of each project.

Our Risk Management Plan includes the identification, assessment, and prioritization of both positive and negative risks. Once identified, resources are coordinated to minimize, monitor, and maximize the opportunity for positive results.

Our organizational and program assessments determine the proper acquisition strategy to ensure the acquisition of appropriate resources at the right time, all while planning for performance-based management.