You just found out that you’ve been selected to be interviewed by government auditors from the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) about the control accounts you manage. Don’t you wish there was a quick reference on how to score well on the interview? This article may be the source you need to get into the mind of an auditor so you are prepared when he or she arrives.
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Government projects tend to have a lot of stakeholders—all with their own opinions. But that doesn’t have to be a bad thing, says Bill Limond, interim CIO for the city of London, England.
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The U.K. government's Computer-National Offender Management Service project ran into trouble last August when it was halted due to cost overruns. Following a review, the original scope was recently abandoned amid criticism for the way in which the government handled it. C-NOMIS is the latest in a number of high profile U.K. government IT project failures. What can you learn from it? Read on.
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With the politics of government projects also comes the demands of stakeholders, and there are often a diverse number of them who have expectations of what projects are to deliver. The process of stakeholder engagement is a crucial one in managing government projects, but it is also one that is fraught with issues and challenges.
If the U.S. Department of Defense has anything to say about it, you could be doing a lot less driving in about 10 years.