A Delicate Balance: Portfolio Analysis and Management for Intelligence Information Dissemination Programs
Rand Corporation, Dec 24, 2009 - Computers - 64 pages
This description of the application of the RAND Corporation's PortMan portfolio analysis and management method and Delphi consensus-building method for the National Security Agency (NSA) Information Sharing Services (ISS) division highlights how these methods enable the data-driven analysis of project portfolios and the allocation of research and development (R&D) and operations and maintenance (O&M) resources according to value, risk, and cost.
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The Basics of Portfolio Management
CHAPTER TWO The RAND PortMan Method
CHAPTER THREE PortMan Evaluation of the NSA ISS Portfolio
CHAPTER FOUR Conclusions
APPENDIX A Project Descriptions
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Analysis and Management Appendix bv this project components of value current operations decrease defined Delphi exercise Delphi method Delphi round dissemination estimate EV-to-cost ratio Example questions Expected Value Fiscal Year 2008 four rounds funded hardware included ISS management ISS portfolio ISS SLG ISS’s legacy systems level of consensus linear programming maximum National Security Agency near-consensus non-consensus NSA ISS O&M portfolio O&M projects OM3 and OM4 Operations and Maintenance percent Portfolio Analysis portfolio management PortMan analysis Probability of Successful program managers project portfolio project rankings Q Q Q questions OM1 questions to consider R&D and O&M RAND pilot study RAND PortMan method RAND team RAND’s Reduces the number Research and Development Risk Metric Questions SERV1 SERV2 SERV3 SERV4 SERV5 SIGINT products Significantly Silberglitt SLG members Successful Implementation SUPP1 SUPP2 SUPP3 SUPP4 SUPP5 SUPP6 SUPP7 supported bv TOOL1 TOOL4 total program budget value and risk value components value metrics Value of Successful