Introduction to DCMA 14-points Schedule Quality Metric and How it can help improve your Projects.

Important schedule quality indicators you need to know to improve your project plans and schedules.

The main objective of this course is to walk you through the US Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) 14-point schedule quality criteria. This metric generates various indicators that are used as handle to improve the quality of your client's project schedules. It is considered as an industry standard in many places around the world. To the rest of its users, it is seen as industry-accepted guidelines on achieving good schedule quality. DCMA-14 had been used by several software applications like Deltek Acumen Fuse, Oracle Primavera P6 and others.

Your project organization might already be using this metric now or might entertain the use of this metric in the future. It is therefore incumbent upon you to have a full understanding of what DCMA-14 requires.

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Your Instructor

Rufran C. Frago (CONSULTANT)
Rufran C. Frago (CONSULTANT)

Rufran C. Frago, P. Eng., PMP, CCP, PMI-RMP, is the Founder/Business and Project Consultant of PM Solution Pro, a Canadian company focusing on all business-related risk-based management consulting products and services. He has many years of international professional work experience in Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals, Oleo-chemicals, Sugar Refining, Manufacturing, Utilities/Nuclear, Consulting, and Education. He has worked with several multinational companies in various parts of the world (Location: Asia, Middle East, Canada, and North Africa). His expertise includes project management, risk analysis, risk-based planning & scheduling, cost management, auditing, maintenance, operation, EH&S, and reliability engineering. He is interested in providing solutions and innovations to all clients and stakeholders.

Rufran is the author of the following books: 1) Risk-Based Management in the World of Threats and Opportunities: A Project Controls Perspective ISBN 978-0-9947608-0-7 (Canada), How to Create a Good Quality P50 Risk-based Baseline Schedule ISBN 978-0-9947608-1-4.Canada, Plan to Schedule, Schedule to Plan ISBN 978-0-9947608-2-1.Canada, Schedule Quantitative Risk Analysis (Traditional Method) ISBN 978-0-9947608-3-8 (Canada), and RISK, What are you? The Risk Management Poem: Children's Book for all Professionals, ISBN 978-0-9947608-4-5 (Canada).

He has diplomas in Petroleum Refinery Maintenance, BS Mechanical Engineering, and BS Management Engineering. He has completed Computer Technician Program, Applied Project Management Professional program, Professional Management Program major in Construction Administration and Risk Management.

He is a self-taught artist who loves landscape painting, free-hand drawing, portraiture, cartooning, video editing, and a few others. The author wants to share his knowledge to all and to leave behind some form of legacy, most especially to his wife, children, and lovely grandchildren, Eva and Mia.

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