Mt. Laurel, NJ (PRWEB) May 14, 2010
A workshop presented by leading estimation software provider PRICE Systems will feature industry experts discussing how to use a combination of people, processes and tools to achieve a better understanding of parametrics and overcome common estimating problems. It will begin at 8:00 AM on Wednesday, May 19th at MCR, Suite 600, Maryland Ave. SW in Washington D.C.
The program will include presentations by Kevin McKeel, managing partner of Logapps, a management services company based in Falls Church, Va; Keith Breakfield, a technical analyst at Northrop Grumman; Larry Wolfarth, lead parametric analyst at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory; Raymond Covert, technical director at MCR; and Arlene Minkiewicz, chief scientist at PRICE Systems.
A wide variety of topics will be covered, including: Lifecycle Cost Estimating (McKeel); PRICE Model Calibration (Breakfield); Translating NASA's TRL to a Parametric Model (Wolfarth); ZMPE Implementation of Unit Learning Curve Analysis (Covert); and PRICE Cost Research Roadmap (Minkiewicz). In accordance with Continuous Learning Policy for the Department of Defense Acquisition Technology Logistics Workforce, PRICE Systems will provide documentation for Continuous Learning Points.
Admission is free but seating is limited. For further information contact Brett Schultz at PRICE Systems (856-608-7207; brett.schultz(at)pricesystems(dot)com) or register online at: http://eventactions.com/ea.aspx?ea=Rsvp.
About PRICE Systems
PRICE Systems the world leader in estimation and analysis software enables government agencies, aerospace and defense companies and commercial organizations to successfully select, control and deliver large-scale, high-visibility projects. PRICE Systems offers cost estimating and analysis, benefits modeling and knowledge capture applications that help customers control costs and schedules throughout a project's lifecycle.
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