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An Overview of the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) Process

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  • Description:
    If you’ve ever wondered how the DoD decides how many submarines or fighter squadrons to include in our budget request, or how much money we want to put towards space related activities vs. cyber related activities, all of that happens within the Planning, Programing, Budgeting, and Execution, process. 

    Join us for a discussion on PPBE, the Department's internal process for budget formulation or resource allocation. We'll walk through how strategic guidance and limited financial resources drive our annual budgeting efforts.  We'll then discuss Congress's role in the authorization and appropriation of our budget. We'll also introduce you to the DAU Funds Management Platinum Card, a great job support tool for anyone interested in the DoD resource allocation process.  It's important for individuals to be aware of the nature and timing of events within the PPBE process, as you may be called upon to contribute information that could be important to program funding and success.

    During this webinar, you'll learn about the history of PPBE, the four phases of PPBE, the Congressional enactment process, the program execution process, and the DAU Funds Management Platinum Card- a job support tool.

    Date: May 28, 2024

    Time: 12:30-2:00pm (ET)

    CLPs: 1.5

    Who Should Attend:
    Anyone in the defense acquisition workforce that is interested in learning about the Planning, Programing, Budgeting, and Execution, process.

    What We Teach Executives Series: 
    This series shares with the Defense Acquisition Workforce, Industry, and Academia the knowledge and upskilling that DAU faculty provides DoD executives (General Officers, Flag Officers, Senior Executives Service Cadre) when they attend the Defense Executive Acquisition Overview Workshops (DAEOW). Each discussion is led by a senior subject matter expert (SME) faculty-member that provides DoD Executive Training.

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    Speaker: Ms. Blair Stanford

    Professor of Financial Management at DAU

    Ms. Stanford joined the Defense Systems Management College (DSMC) in January 2021 as a Professor of Financial Management. 

    Previously, since 2010, and based at the Washington Navy Yard, Blair supported the Naval Sea Systems Command’s (NAVSEA’s) Portfolio Assessment Team in monitoring, assessing, and reporting on the financial, operational and strategic activities of NAVSEA’s key shipbuilding suppliers. Early in Blair’s tenure, she supported Department of Navy congressional liaison activities related to House and Senate appropriations subcommittees as part of a rotational assignment with the Navy Appropriations Matters Office, Financial Management and Budget (FMBE). 

    Prior to joining NAVSEA, Ms. Stanford was Executive Director of Strategic Business Development at Omgeo, a global software provider and a subsidiary of The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation. Prior to Omgeo, Blair served in operational and financial roles at Thomson Reuters and the former Polaroid Corporation. She began her career at Ernst & Young. Ms. Stanford was born in Chicago and grew up in the suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts.  She earned her B.S. in Accountancy at Bentley University and her M.B.A at Boston University. She is an actively registered Certified Public Accountant. 


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