Earned Value Management Implementation Guide (EVMIG) Rescinded

by Humphreys & Associates on December 15, 2015 last modified January 11, 2018

Earned Value Management Implementation Guide (EVMIG) Rescinded | DFARSThe DoD EVM Implementation Guide (EVMIG, Oct 2006) was rescinded on September 15, 2015 by the Office of Performance Assessments and Root Cause Analysis (PARCA). The EVMIG had provided guidance for understanding Earned Value Management System (EVMS) concepts; detailed procedures for implementing the EIA-748 EVMS Standard, Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS), on government contracts; tailoring guidance for EVMS application and reporting; and post award procedures. Most of the details contained in the EVMIG are also available in other, more recent, publications and the EVMIG is replaced with these other references. EVM System information can be found in the DoD EVM System Interpretation Guide (EVMSIG) which provides overarching DoD interpretation of the 32 EIA-748 EVMS guidelines. Additional information can be found in multiple Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) compliance instruction documents.

PARCA identified the following references to replace the contents and guidance found in the EVMIG:

EVM Concepts and Guidelines
EVM Concepts TBD EVM Analysis Guide
Defense Acquisition University (DAU) EVM Community of Practice
EVM System (EVMS) Concepts EVMSIG
DCMA Surveillance Guide


Procedures For Government Use of EVM
Organizational Roles and Responsibilities TBD EVM Application Guide
Defense Acquisition Guide (DAG)
WBS Development and Use MIL-STD-881C
TBD EVM Application Guide
EVM/EVMS Policy and Application TBD EVM Application Guide
Cost and Schedule Reporting Integrated Program Management Report (IPMR) Data Item Description (DID) and IPMR Guide
TBD EVM Application Guide
EVMS System Compliance EVMSIG
DCMA Surveillance Guide
Integrated Baseline Review (IBR) Program Manager’s Guide to the Integrated Baseline Review (IBR)
TBD EVM Application Guide
Reprogramming Formal Reprogramming Over Target Baseline (OTB)/Over Target Schedule (OTS) Guide
Training Defense Acquisition University Website

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JAMES A LEVINS December 15, 2015 at 2:52 pm

Does this mean that users have to go to numerous sources to get what EVMIG provides in one place?


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