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Enterprise Program Management

Getting Started

It all starts with a conversation.

Let's talk about your organization's acquisition management.


NMT will deliver a PMADS briefing to program leadership and acquisition stakeholders.  What's working well? And, more importantly, what isn't?

We can help move your organization from a spending culture to one that manages acquisitions efficiently and with forward-looking situational awareness.

We'll talk about your workforce and all of the user roles in your acquisition process.   We'll identify opportunities to spread the workload more evenly across the organization, to improve your data accuracy and to increase OPTEMPO.

PMADS isn't a cookie cutter approach.
We're not offering a one-size-fits all acquisition platform. PMADS is fully customized to your organization and your user roles, artifacts and operating procedure. You'll have a PMADS Implementation Specialist with you every step of the way.

Your PMADS Specialist gathers all data related to your program activities and map it to build a full functional integration of all programmatic activities. Using this data, PMADS is configured to make it possible for all users to collaborate from their individual program perspectives.

Each stakeholder gains access to the program information they need, in the form they need it and exactly when they need it.

PMADS' phased implementation involves your own team.. 
Your PMADS Specialist will guide your organization through a focused and low-impact 3-phased approach to PMADS implementation. Typical implementation is approximately 6 months.

Your PMADS Specialist forms an in-house team (whether Government or a contractor working on-site) for the most cost-efficient and effective training and implementation experience.

  • In-house staff have hands-on understanding of the organization's needs and culture
  • Training in-house staff minimizes the costs and time for implementation; they are equipped to deliver training to counterparts throughout the organization.
  • In-house staff typically remain with your organization over the long-term, laying the foundation for successful on-going collaboration and communication via PMADS.
  • Phase 1
  • Phase 2
  • Phase 3

Phase 1: Development of a common data model

Duration: 1 Month
Our approach begins with the development of a data model based on your individual organization. This requires very little direct time involvement from your staff.

PM offices sees the tangible results of consolidated data and meaningful automated reports

Phase 2: Functional Operations

Duration: 2 Months
Early deployments and on-site training sessions equip your team to understand PMADS and to maximize its benefits.

Leadership and missions support stakeholders experience tangible benefits in day-to-day program coordination, decision making, and reporting

Phase 3: Integrated Operations

Duration: 3 Months
A PMADS Specialist works alongside your team every step of the way; from needs analysis to fully integrated operations.

PM leadership has increased forward looking situational awareness. The office is operating at a higher level of OPTEMPO due to streamlined collaborative program data and information flow. Reduction in the current amount of man-hours currently expended collecting and reporting data.


 On-Going Program Management & Training Support
Every organization grows and changes over time. PMADS is designed to adapt and to scale to your organization's changing needs. Your PMADS Specialist works alongside your team to ensure smooth operations and to deliver on-going training.

As your operating environment changes, PMADS continues to deliver the synchronized data and the program perspectives your team needs. The PMADS team stands ready to help your team meet your mission objectives.

GFEBS: Enhance Performance with PMADS

  • GFEBS: What is it?

    The General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS) is an Army financial asset management and accounting tool used by the Army, Army National Guard and Army Reserve to standardize business processes.  Over 52,000 end users in 227 locations use GFEBS to manage army acquisition, finances and contracts.  GFEBS replaced the Standard Finance System (STANFINS) and the Standard Operations and Maintenance Army Research and Development System (SOMARDS).

  • GFEBS: Why is it Important?

    Army Leadership sought greater visibility of operational and contracting activities at all levels in the organization.  They wanted the ability to maintain accurate cost data and to improve forecasting.  GFEBS was designed to evolve the Army from a spending culture to position of pro-active cost management.

  • PMADS: Added Value for GFEBS

    PMADS enhances and clarifies GFEBS transactions and reports by providing a completely centralized and synchronized data set to every user throughout the cradle-to-grave acquisition process.


    PMADS helps GFEBS bring more value to the table for program managers and the entire workforce.

    • Value: PMADS accounts for Direct Charge Funds across both spending and receiving organizations.
    • Value: PMADS automatically tracks every funding document associated with GFEBS WBS.  Documents are tracked to the correct Direct Charge every time.
    • Value: PMADS displays accurate financial data without having to run multiple reports.  Gain real time reports of all committed/obligated moneys without having to run multiple reports.
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