Original Date: 08/20/2001
Revision Date: 12/14/2006
Information : Program Management Office Web-Shared Data
The Program Management Office Web-Shared Data initiative provides an automated process to better support the communication needs among Lockheed Martin Naval Electronics & Surveillance Systems-Surface Systems project/team members, Internal Program Office personnel, and Navy customers. The expanded, robust web site consolidates program information into one easily accessible source.
In 1997, the Production Program Management Office (PMO) at Lockheed Martin Naval Electronics & Surveillance Systems-Surface Systems (NE&SS-SS) expanded its web site into a resource for communicating program information to Lockheed Martin NE&SS-SS project/team members and Navy customers. Internally, the web site provides the PMO team with an efficient way to access information on the Internet. The design and development strategy was to link existing PMO-related sites (internal and external) into an organized structure, and promote its use across Lockheed Martin NE&SS-SS projects/teams.
In support of corporate’s paperless communications effort, the web site provides a consolidated source for consistent communications. Up-to-date information is readily available to the user community. The web site places the PMO Home as the hub to six categories of information: news, events, customers, references, activities, and employees. Web traffic reports generate important insights, such as identifying areas of interest across the company, which are used in the continuous development of knowledge management capabilities.
The PMO Web-Shared Data initiative provides an automated process to better support the communication needs among Lockheed Martin NE&SS-SS project/team members, Internal Program Office personnel, and Navy customers. The consolidation of program information into one source also contributes to a paperless communications effort by increasing the ease of access to current information. Since implementing the Web-Shared Data initiative, Lockheed Martin NE&SS-SS realized a growth in web activity (on average) from 1,500 hits per month in 1999 to 8,979 hits per month. The average number of users per month also increased from 120 in 1999 to 326 in mid-2001. The company expects these rates to rise as the web site is expanded and becomes more robust.
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