Waterloo, ON (March 13, 2017)– Valency Inc announced today that it has received a Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP) contract to test Carve for PDRI. The Department of National Defence will test Carve for PDRI in an effort to improve project scope definition.
“We are pleased to be awarded this contract through the Build in Canada Innovation Program,” said Sandra MacGillivray, Valency Inc’s Managing Director. “We’re excited to be working with the Department of National Defence to help them test Carve for PDRI to improve scope definition across their portfolio of projects, and provide insight into areas for continuous improvement.”
“Recent structural changes at DND have made measuring and achieving proper scope definition a key factor for achieving cost and schedule goals,” said Peter Crain, Director of Real Property Project Development at the Department of National Defence. “PDRI is recognized and used successfully by many of our US Federal counterparts. Working with Valency and implementing Carve for PDRI will help us ensure proper scope definition. “
Built around an industry standard for measuring scope definition, Carve for PDRI, helps organizations improve project stakeholder alignment and identify project gaps and risks. Ultimately it will improve cost and schedule results, not only for the identified project, but for the organization’s portfolio of current and future projects.
About Valency Inc
Valency Inc, is a construction best practice advisory firm. We assist our clients to implement best practices from the Construction Industry Institute (CII) that dramatically improve performance in capital projects. We’re a CII and Project Management Institute (PMI) registered education provider, and our clients include both private industry and public agencies.
Learn more at www.valencyinc.com
About the Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP)
The Build in Canada Innovation Program helps Canadian innovators land their first sale and get their innovations tested by the Government of Canada. If you have an innovation that hasn’t hit the market yet, BCIP wants to be the first to buy it and test it.
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