We assist the DOD and Federal organizations with statutory and regulatory acquisition policy compliance for Major Automated Information System (MAIS) programs within the Federal sector under DoDI 5000.02.
Our staff is fully qualified and certified to support all phases of the Business Capability Acquisition Cycle (BCAC). Our services include support for acquisition education and training, providing analytical and technical assistance, and administering strategic and tactical acquisition management support services
Expertise & Action
Assist program managers to identify and comply with applicable directives and instructions for IT acquisition. Develop and coordinate mid- and long-term strategies for program evolution along a Life Cycle Management process timeline. Research and analysis of ad hoc IT acquisition topics and issues.
KSJ will provide comprehensive program management support services for development and acceptance of required statutory and regulatory AIS program documentation.
Our proven program management approach provides a flexible framework that is tailored to specific requirements of each program and project.
Our integrated methodology includes all of the necessary tools and processes to provide best practice management. Here at KSJ our program management objective is to ensure the success of our customer’s mission.
Management approach uses a proven, repeatable methodology based on the Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®). PMBOK® is widely accepted within the industry and government as a comprehensive set of project management best practices. Many of our staff hold PMI Program Management Professional and/or Defense Acquisition University Program Management certifications.
Communication & Collaboration
We believe open communication and collaboration with project stakeholders are vital to a project’s success. We collaborate with our clients to develop tailored reporting mechanisms to highlight project success indicators, potential problems, and their mitigation strategies.