"A prior Office of Inspector General report ... found that planning and execution of that project was not effective and resulted in a system that did not meet pre-established goals and objectives. In addition, a prior Government Accountability Office report identified NNSA project management as an area of high risk for fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement.
issues were attributable, in part, to ineffective project planning
practices related to the development and implementation of the 2NV
initiative. For instance, essential components of a well-developed
project management approach, such as charters, business cases,
alternatives analyses, and implementation schedules, were often
inadequate, outdated, or had not been developed in a timely manner. In
addition, monitoring and oversight activities were not always sufficient
to ensure success and hold project managers accountable for delivering
the project within cost, scope, and schedule."
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