Enterprise Program Management

FERC - Enterprise Program Management Office (ePMO) Past Performance

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Enterprise Program Management (ePMO) Support Services contract provides support services for the Chief Information Office (CIO) to efficiently and effectively manage and monitor FERC programs, projects, services and activities. On this project Impyrian provides consultation, planning and support for the management and coordination of CIO portfolios and programs to include Contract Administration Management, Enterprise Program Management, IT Strategy Development and Monitoring, Agile Transformation and Training, Communications and Outreach, and Independent Validation and Verification (IV&V). Impyrian’s ePMO services provide business management and IT strategy services in support of the CIO’s overall mission to ensure effective delivery of information technology services for FERC. The scope of this project includes providing Program Management services to FERC to develop and maintain an Information Technology strategy that is responsive to FERC’s business needs and initiatives to deliver cost-effective, secure, and innovative IT solutions while supporting FERC in the implementation of industry best practices and standards for program and project management, performance measurement and reporting, agile/DevSecOps transformation, organizational change management, and risk management while also implementing monitoring techniques to gauge progress towards accomplishing the goals outlined in the IT strategy and proactively mitigate risks. Impyrian provides support to the CIO in the evaluation, selection, and development of a portfolio management toolset as well as technical project monitoring and controlling activities for portfolio management projects, including scope management, budget/cost management, risks/issues management, and schedule management in an agile environment. Under this contract Impyrian also provided the required Agile Transformation and training services and support needed for a successful and seamless transition from traditional waterfall methodology to include Agile training and Agile organizational change management