DI-MGMT-81861, DATA ITEM DESCRIPTION: INTEGRATED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT REPORT (IPMR) (20-JUN-2012)
DI-MGMT-81861, DATA ITEM DESCRIPTION: INTEGRATED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT REPORT (IPMR) (20-JUN-2012)., The IPMR contains data for measuring cost and schedule
performance on Department of Defense (DoD) acquisition contracts. It
is structured around seven formats that contain the content and
relationships required for the electronic submissions.
1.1.1. Format 1 defines cost and schedule performance data by productoriented
Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).
1.1.2. Format 2 defines cost and schedule performance data by the
contractor's organizational structure (e.g., Functional or Integrated
Product Team (IPT)).
1.1.3. Format 3 defines changes to the Performance Measurement
1.1.4. Format 4 defines staffing forecasts.
1.1.5. Format 5 is a narrative report used to provide the required
analysis of data contained in Formats 1-4 and 6.
1.1.6. Format 6 defines and contains the contractor’s Integrated
Master Schedule (IMS).
1.1.7. Format 7 defines the time-phased historical & forecast cost
1.2. The IPMR's primary value to the Government is its utility in
reflecting current contract status and projecting future contract
performance. It will be used by the DoD component staff, including
program managers, engineers, cost estimators, and financial management
personnel, as a basis for communicating performance status with the
contractor. DoD will also use the IPMR data for the following
1.2.1. Integrate cost and schedule performance data with objective technical measures of performance.
1.2.2. Identify the magnitude and impact of realized and potential
performance problem areas that may cause significant cost and schedule
1.2.3. Provide valid, timely, and accurate contract status information
to Government leadership.
1.3. The IPMR data must be consistent with the contractor’s actual
1.4. The IPMR is used to obtain cost and schedule performance
information on contracts requiring compliance with the American
National Standards Institute/Electronic Industries Alliance Standard
748 (ANSI/EIA-748), Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS) (current
version in effect at time of contract award; refer to the Defense
Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) clause on the
contract). The IPMR data elements must reflect the output of the
contractor's ANSI/EIA-748 compliant system, where applicable.
1.5. Requiring more information in a Contract Data Requirements List
(CDRL) for the IPMR than is specified in this DID is contrary to DoD
policy. All negotiated reporting provisions will be specified in the
contract. Refer to the Performance Assessments and Root Cause Analyses
(PARCA) EVM Web site (http://www.acq.osd.mil/evm/) for guidance on
1.6. This DID supersedes DI-MGMT-81650 and DI-MGMT-81466A.