DCMA has partnered with DAU to engage in outreach with the buying commands and provide information on various DCMA capabilities. DAU will host DCMA the Second Tuesday of each month, from 1300-1500 Eastern, to present a webinar series on Leveraging DCMA Capabilities. During this series, DCMA speakers will present different topics as well as any tools or job aids associated with those topics.
During this 2 hour Event, experts from DCMA will discuss the following topics and their applicable tools:
1. DCMA Supplier Risk System (SRS)
- What is the SRS?
- Risk Based Surveillance Overview
- SRS Data Flow
- SRS Score Card
- Service and External Uses of SRS
- Example of SRS Output
2. DCMA Cost and Pricing Regional Command CACO/DACO Group
- General Overview
- Available Services/Support
3. The Contractor Business Analyst Repository (CBAR) tool. It will include information such as:
- Top level Overview of the tool
- CBAR's purpose
- Obtaining access to the system,
- Access and safeguarding information in the tool
- Types of information in the system records
Date: April 11, 2023
Time: 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET (10:00 – 12:00 p.m. PT)
Who Should Attend: DoD Acquisition Community & Military Services
Peter Lavallee, Supplier Risk System SME, DCMA
Mr. Peter Lavallee is the Subject Matter Expert for DCMA's Supplier Risk System (SRS) and is assigned to DCMA's Technical Directorate Engineering and Manufacturing Division. Mr. Lavallee has supported DCMA as an engineer for over 10 years in the field of engineering surveillance, technical pricing support, risk management, and configuration change management. Additionally, he supports multi-functional activities on numerous capabilities within DCMA supporting policy, tool, and training development. Mr. Lavallee holds numerous industry certifications, is a Certified Quality Engineer, and member of the Defense Acquisition Corps.
Keith Mullineaux, Supervisory Contract Specialist, DCMA
Keith is a Supervisory Contract Specialist managing the Corporate (CACO) and Divisional (DACO) Administrative Contract Administration teams for a major contractor. His teams negotiate Indirect Rates, evaluate Business Systems and monitor Cost Accounting Standards compliance. Keith joined the DCMA in 2010 as a Cost Price Analyst helping start one of the original pricing teams evaluating cost proposals. In 2014 Keith became the CACO, where he served in that position two and a half years. Prior to joining the Government, Keith worked in corporate finance for 25 years. He has an engineering degree and an MBA, and in the private sector specialized in budgeting, planning, proposal development, mergers & acquisitions and project financing.
Amanda Knox, Corporate Administrative Contracting Officer, DCMA
Ms. Amanda Knox is a Corporate Administrative Contracting Officer in the DCMA Cost and Pricing Regional Command. Ms. Knox has worked for DCMA for 12 years, serving as a Cost Monitor, Contract Price/Cost Analyst, and Corporate Administrative Contracting Officer. She is a member of the Defense Acquisition Corps, and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from the University of Mary Washington.
Gregory Griffith, Price/Cost Analyst, DCMA
Greg Griffith is a Price/Cost Analyst with DCMA, Cost and Pricing Regional Command, Tools & Analysis Group. His duties include working with the CBAR tool and other tools which fall under the responsibilities of the Tools & Analysis Group. Greg has been a civilian employe with DCMA for over 10 years. Prior to transferring to DCMA, Greg was a civilian employee with the Air Force for over 15-1/2 years stationed at Wright-Patterson AFB. While with the Air Force, Greg held the position of both Price/Cost Analyst and Procuring Contracting Officer in a variety of program offices over his tenure.
To see the entire playlist for this series: https://media.dau.edu/playlist/dedicated/62971151/1_nlpf5ytz/