CACI is seeking a Senior Program Manager (PM) to lead the Joint Operational Medicine Information System (JOMIS) Application Transition Support (JATS) program. JATS is a mission-critical component of the DoD's new GENESIS EHR implementation that will integrate or transition ancillary systems from the current TMIP-J solution to enable GENESIS deployment into theater operations. Additionally, JATS will sustain the current theater TMIP-J software components deployed to theater medical forces supporting all medical functional areas, including command and control, medical logistics, blood management, patient regulation and evacuation, medical threat/intelligence, health care delivery, manpower and training, and medical capability assessment and sustainment analysis. The PM will help ensure the JOMIS Program Office is successful in providing an integrated medical information system to support theater operations by linking all levels of medical care in support of time-sensitive decisions critical to the success of theater operations. The PM will serve as the primary point of contact with the government and other external stakeholders, in addition to having full responsibility for leading program delivery and internal coordination. Ultimately, the PM is responsible for delivering the JATS solution on schedule and budget, fulfilling customer requirements and achieving a high degree of customer satisfaction.
CACI's Health Solutions Group serves the U.S. by accelerating the transformation of Federal healthcare through the application of new strategies, technology and processes. Our solutions offer high benefit, low risk implementation and support for critical missions, including healthcare delivery systems, public health, medical logistics, and benefits and entitlement services. We provide functional and technical subject matter expertise and health IT services to defense and civilian healthcare agencies. Our solutions comprise software development, systems integration, information sharing, analytics and information assurance, as well as knowledge management and business process re-engineering. By focusing on patients, providers and payers, we ensure that systems and processes in healthcare agencies are optimally productive and efficient.
- Ensure program success by supporting the strategy and executing the operational plans of the Program Office.
- Lead a large program consisting of multiple, inter-related projects for software development, integration, sustainment, migration and sunsetting.
- Organize, direct, and manage all aspects of contract functions involving multiple complex and inter-related project tasks that require managing teams of contractor and subcontractor personnel at multiple locations.
- Establish systems that ensure the quality and efficiency of the work performed to include both technical issues and business processes.
- Provide a managerial framework that will employ industry and company standards, common business processes and procedures.
- Build and retain a team of top talent by hiring the best, promoting proven performers, providing actionable performance feedback, and resolving any under-performance issues.
- Communicate scope, goals and objectives, and project metrics to the project team.
- Oversee quality control function to assure accuracy and fidelity of all deliverables.
- Create and maintain project schedules and reports, including tasks, status, milestones, dependencies, constraints, and resources.
- Ensure quality delivery on schedule and budget.
- Manage and maintain contractor interface with the senior levels of the customer's organization, associate contractors and the four Services.
- Serve as the focal point for communications between the contractor and the Government, providing overall supervision and direction for all contractor personnel and deliverables.
- Develop customer relationships based on value and personal interactions by meeting and exceeding customer expectations throughout the project delivery cycle
- Ensure full and open lines of communication among all parties associated with the program responsible for performance of work.
- Consult with customer and contractor personnel to formulate and review IMP, IMS, task plans and deliverables, ensuring conformance with program and project task schedules, costs and all contractual obligations.
- Present formal briefings and prepare position papers related to the tasks defined in the PWS.
- Provide thought leadership to program analyses and process improvement activities.
- Establish and maintain timely technical and financial reports to show progress of projects to management and customers
- Oversee staffing, including recruiting and subcontracting processes.
- Coordinate interactions with internal support organizations to ensure timely, efficient operations and administration.
- Identify performance gaps (operational, training, etc.); develop and implement repeatable, sustainable processes to increase operational efficiencies.
- Obtain a top rating on all government Project Assessment Reports through delivery excellence and regularly solicits client feedback on team performance.
- Comply with the organizational governance policies and procedures.
· At least 20 years of progressive, relevant professional experience with 10 years in the Department of Defense and at least 5 years in the Military Health System, minimum
· Demonstrated proficiency with customer interface, task execution planning, staffing, contract management, sub-contract management, budgeting and cost control, quality assurance management, and personnel management, minimum
· Successful delivery of large-scale, complex software development and systems integration programs including requirements, design, development, testing, integration, training, delivery and quality management oversight, minimum
· Demonstrated experience integrating COTS/GOTS products into a Government legacy operating environment, preferred
· Experience in creating and presenting material to senior Government officials and corporate executives, minimum
· Advanced understanding of the Military Health System (MHS) and Defense Health Agency (DHA) missions, goals, programs and processes, minimum
· Direct operational medicine leadership experience, preferred
· Background knowledge of TMIP-J and associated legacy systems, preferred
· Background knowledge of DHMSM and associated legacy and future DoD health systems, preferred
· Military or State Department contingency operations and deployment experience, preferred
· PMP Certification with current credentials, minimum
· Knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and DoD procurement policies and processes, minimum
· DAWIA Level III Certification with Lead experience in acquisition program management in the last five years, preferred
· Bachelor's degree, minimum; Master's degree, computer/software related preferred