WBB expert project managers use Portfolio Management, a centralized management of processes, methods and technologies, to help you analyze and collectively manage your disparate portfolio of projects and proposed requirements.
Many of WBB’s clients in the federal government face significant challenges as agency budgets decrease and competition for scarce resources soars. In this climate, WBB’s innovative, proven techniques in Portfolio Management can help you use your resources more efficiently to promote positive outcomes from investment programs, while developing clear goals, executing realistic schedules, delivering products and services to users and customers, and accurately assessing a program’s impact to the organization.
WBB experts use a cyclical approach to Portfolio Management that helps clients to analyze, control, and support programs and projects at the enterprise level, to align with your functional and technical capability, integrating program performance data collected across the portfolio. This integration allows for a servicesoriented approach to portfolio reviews, supporting the effort to identify opportunities for process improvement, develop options, and reduce duplication of effort. To consolidate your needs, WBB can leverage the portfolio data repository to provide strategic planning, technical assessments, gap analysis and program support for the development of coordinated portfolio business plans.
WBB recognizes the importance of comprehensive portfolio management:
- Building upon a strong foundation of data.
- Supporting in-depth analysis of portfolio functions and program status.
- Informing reports to management and stakeholders.
- Developing actionable recommendations for process improvement and capital planning.
With more than 34 years of corporate experience, WBB has earned specific expertise in the Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) process; service and agency requirements generation processes; federal acquisition program management; strategic planning; contracting and procurement; test and evaluation; and logistics and sustainment. This body of experience allows us to work within the PPBE process to help stakeholders understand program and fiscal requirements, obtain support, and document portfolio needs for organization leadership.