The DCMA selected Fuse, after an in-depth review of the market, due to its unique capabilities.
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) November 16, 2011
Acumen (http://www.projectacumen.com), a leader in project analytics, announced today that the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA), the government agency responsible for ensuring federal acquisition programs, supplies, and services are delivered on time, within cost, and meet performance requirements, has selected Fuse project analysis software to standardize project analysis and reporting.
The DCMA selected Fuse, after an in-depth review of the market, due to its unique capabilities including multi-platform and multi-project integration, comprehensive inclusion of the DCMA’s 14-point project assessment metrics, complete configurability, and scalable performance. This solution will be used by the DCMA as a tool for automating and easing their project assessments and will be a recommended solution for DCMA contractors looking to prepare for audit and respond to completed audits.
"Acumen has had a close working relationship with the DCMA for several years, even participating in the development of the now widely known 14-Point Assessment. I am pleased to see this agreement come to fruition and look forward to our continued collaboration,” said Acumen Government Business Development Manager, Brad Arterbury.
Fuse has long included the DCMA’s 14-Point Assessment metrics and has been widely adopted as the project analysis tool of choice for organizations under DCMA scrutiny. The formal acceptance and endorsement by the DCMA validates the accuracy of the 14-Point Assessment metrics included in Fuse, providing government contractors increased assurance when preparing for audit.
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Acumen was born from a recognized need for improved project performance insight and vision, integrating both schedule and cost. Through the use of project analytical techniques and best practices, Acumen is a project management company that is second to none in providing an insight into not only project challenges but more importantly, through analytics, an effective means of solving them.