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2016.21. National Interoperability Framework Observatory

Action Information

ISA Package:
8. Supporting Instruments for Public Administrations
Type of action:
Project
Type of activity:
Common frameworks
Service in charge:
DG DIGIT.B
Associated services:
DG CNECT
Action end date:
Q2 2018

More details about this action are available on a dedicated page of the official ISA2 website.

Overall efficiency

10.0

The overall efficiency rating is the average of the "Schedule Perfomance Index" (SPI) rating and the "Percentage of delay" (% of delay) rating

The SPI rating is based on the action's SPI : 1.01

The % of delay rating is based on the action's % delay: 0.00

Schedule Performance Index

Good

% of Delay

Good

Data updated on: 09/11/2017
Earned Value Analysis
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This analysis compares the Earned Value (EV) of an action to the Planned Value (PV) curve, which is commonly called a Performance Measurement Baseline (PMB):

  • The PMB for the action is a bottom-up baseline plan arranged in summary level work packages and several milestones. This information captures the project cost at any point during the project. A Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is used to develop the PV curve
  • Earned Value is measured on a monthly basis using a combination of weighted milestones with percent complete estimates. This method is widely accepted by PMI and ANSI standards.

Notes:

  • EV > PV means that the action is over performing
  • EV < PV means that the action is under performing
  • EV = PV means that the action is on schedule
Performance Index
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This chart compares cost and schedule performance of a particular ISA action.

  • The Cost Performance Index, also referred to by the abbreviation (CPI), refers specifically to a method implemented for the purposes of measuring the actual cost efficiency of a project. The cost performance index is determined by measuring the ratio of Earned Value (EV) to Actual Cost (AC).
  • The Schedule Performance Index, also referred to by the abbreviation (SPI), refers specifically to a method implemented for the purposes of measuring the actual schedule efficiency of a project. The cost performance index is determined by measuring the ratio of Earned Value (EV) to Planned Value (PV).

The cost and schedule performance indexes can change over the life of an action depending on the ways in which the earned values, actual costs and planned values have changed.

Notes:

  • SPI > 1 means that the action is ahead of schedule
  • SPI < 1 means that the action is behind schedule
  • CPI > 1 means that the cost is greater than budgeted
  • CPI < 1 means that the cost is less than budgeted
Estimate at Completion
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This chart compares the Budget At Completion (BAC) to the Estimated At Completion (EAC) of an ISA action.

  • Budget At Completion (BAC) is the sum of all ISA budget allocated to an action scope for ISA Budget Year '10 and '11.
  • EAC is the estimated cost of completing the authorized remaining work; it is calculated as the sum of the Actual Cost to date plus an Estimate To Complete (ETC).

Notes:

  • EAC > BAC means that the action will probably require more budget to be completed
  • EAC < BAC means that the action will probably require less budget to be completed
Variance Analysis
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This chart refers specifically to the measurement of cost and schedule performance on a particular action.

  • Cost Variance (CV) is calculated as the difference between the Earned Value of work performed and its Actual Cost so far.
  • Scheduled Variance (SV) is calculated as the difference between the Earned Value of work performed and its Planned Value so far.
  • Variance At Completion (VAC) is calculated as the difference between the Budget At Completion and the Estimate At Completion.

Notes:

  • CV > 0 and VAC > 0 means that the action is under budget
  • CV = 0 and VAC = 0 means that the action is on budget
  • CV < 0 and VAC < 0 means that the action is over budget
  • SV > 0 means that the action is ahead of schedule
  • SV = 0 means that the action is on schedule
  • SV < 0 means that the action is behind schedule