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Program and Project Management: Specific Capabilities and Experience

Street Legal Industries is an International Consultancy Firm providing program and project management services to Federal, State, Local and Private organizations for the past 25 years. We are registered with the U.S. Small Business Administration as an Woman-Owned HUBZone certified small business. We provide experienced management professionals with in-depth project knowledge covering a range of disciplines from Business Process Analysis; Project Management Program development (project cost controls, project budgeting, procurement, staffing and logistics); and Change Management. Our core competency is understanding our client's project requirements, implementing a tailored program management program with the objective to oversee and improve the project organization's performance to ensure on-time, in-budget project delivery.

Street Legal's core project management program design features:

  1. Business Process Analysis to identify key programmatic elements and define process that integrate staff competencies and interdepartmental dependencies.
  2. Program demographic understanding and meaningful attention to the match of cultures, organizations, and project HR requirements.
  3. Program overview risk analysis to ensure that the program is an integral part – the right fit – of overall business strategy.
  4. Program initiatives to perform team integration, and fundamental project management techniques to manage each of the project task orders to overcome strengths and weaknesses strategies.
  5. Defined project resources allocated and assigned with strong lines of executive accountability for the success of the project including day-to-day job responsibilities for key project staff members for the project task order activities.
  6. Measurable program metrics for integrated task order activities with short-term quantitative financial, budget objectives. Specific performance targets broken down into a set of initiatives and accompanying performance measures to bench mark the Project Team's performance.
  7. Clear strategies and roadmap for Change Management to ensure mission success.


"When a company is systematic in their project approach, they can bring new projects onto common processes and systems to efficiently execute and maintain performance schedules for on time on budget project delivery."

Program and Project Management Information System Design and Development

The key success factor to implementing a successful project management program is defining the organizational program governance needs and integrating that with project management requirements.

Program governance is the aspect of the discipline that creates both the structure and practices to guide the program and provide senior-level leadership, oversight, and control. Strategically, it encompasses the relationship between the oversight effort and the enterprise's overall business direction. It also encompasses all the decision-making roles and responsibilities involved in executing the program effort.
Projects are typically governed by a simple management structure. The project manager is responsible for day-to-day direction, a senior IT executive integrates technology with business interests, and a business sponsor is accountable for ensuring that the deliverables align with business strategy.

Project Management Programs require a complex governing structure because they involve fundamental business change and expenditures with significant bottom-line impact. In fact, in some instances their outcomes determine whether the organization will survive as a viable entity.

Project Management Information System

While every implementation of PMIS differs from one organization to another in terms of scope, design, and features, software applications are considered an indispensable component of each implementation. The optimum utilization of a PMIS depends heavily on the way critical information is made available to all stakeholders and the level of process automation.

Almost all organizations acknowledge that effective PMIS is crucial to meeting their project objectives and it is also critical that they are designed with key features while achieving a return on investment.

There are many applications available today that can be used to form the base of the PMIS interface such as Microsoft Project, Primavera, and Proliance. Combining these tools (as illustrated below) with other collaborative and analytic application can provide a central interface that can exceed expectations and provide both tangible and intangible ROI.

Key PMIS Features:

Project Dashboards Collaboration
Document Repository Web Acces
Customizable charts and graphs Personal Dashboards
Scheduling and Calendar RFI workflows
Role-based access authorization Resource Allocation


PMIS using Microsoft SharePoint and Project Server

PMIS using Microsoft SharePoint and Project Server


Analytics and Reporting through PowerBI

Analytics and Reporting through PowerBI


SBA 8(a) & HUBZone Certified, Woman Owned Small Business

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