What is an Integrated Baseline Review?

Posted by Pinnacle Management Systems, Inc. on Wednesday, August 21, 2013

An Integrated Baseline Review (IBR) is a joint customer/contractor activity walking through and assessing the Performance Measurement Baseline. Integrated Baseline Reviews are typically performed within a few months after a contract has been awarded, although they can be performed at any time, even pre-award.

The purpose of an IBR is to:

  • verify the technical content of the Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB)
  • assess the accuracy of the related resources (budgets) and schedules
  • identify potential risks

In a DOD environment an Integrated Baseline Review is typically a formal event and can involve considerable preparation and follow up. IBR practices vary in other agencies and are often less formal. However, IBRs are generally recognized as a significant program management event with potential consequences for the program and contractor.

The IBR is a critical milestone for the success of a program and your relationship with your client. How do determine if your program is ready for an IBR?

Learn more about our IBR Preparation services and other training services we offer.

Talk to a Pinnacle professional about how we can guide you through preparing for a successful IBR -  Give Us a Call or Send Us an Email

 

Topics: Aerospace & Defense, Earned Value Management (EVM), Deltek PPM, Hexagon PPM EcoSys, Oracle Primavera, Government & Public Sector, Training, Microsoft PPM, forProject EVMS

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