Program Management

KBRwyle’s program management expertise enables federal government customers to achieve transformational objectives on time and within budget. Our people, processes and tools provide customers a competitive advantage.

  • Our people – KBRwyle program managers are known for taking ownership of customers’ problems, mitigating risks, and implementing solutions that exceed expectations regardless of complexity. Beyond that, every person on KBRwyle’s team understands that quality is their responsibility.

  • Our processes – The foundation of KBRwyle services is driven by industry standards including CMMI and ISO. KBRwyle implements best practice solutions in a proven, systematic, and rigorous manner to accomplish objectives and satisfy all stakeholders.

  • Our tools – KBRwyle tools ensure expert management, oversight and critical decision-making support throughout the entire program lifecycle including program initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and controlling, and closing functions.

KBRwyle’s full spectrum of program management support ensures successful delivery of programs large and small. In addition, KBRwyle helps customers navigate shrinking budgets, heightened expectations, and increased scrutiny by effectively managing the forces that often cause cost overruns, delays, and lower system and mission performance.

We are honored to be entrusted with some of the federal government’s most respected programs including:

  • U.S. Army Lower Tier Program Office (LTPO) programs including the PATRIOT system
  • U.S. Navy PMA 265 F/A-18 Hornet program
  • NASA Johnson Space Center Bioastronautics Contract (BC) program
  • Joint Program Office F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program
  • U.S. Army Counter-Rocket, Artillery, and Mortars (C-RAM) Program Directorate programs
  • NASA Ames Research Center Fully Integrated Lifecycle Mission Support Services (FILMSS) program
  • U.S. Navy Aircrew, Engineering and Technical Support program for Naval Aviation Systems Command
  • U.S. Army Utility Helicopter Project Manager’s Office (PM UHO) programs including Black Hawk and Lakota helicopters
  • NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Space and Earth Sciences Data Analysis (SESDA) program

Our core program management capabilities include:

  • Procurement strategy development
  • Requirements definition and analysis
  • Acquisition planning and management
  • Programming planning
  • Project management
  • Risk analysis and contingency planning
  • Business process management and process improvement
  • Earned Value Management (EVM), budget and financial management
  • Quality assurance