Enterprise Portfolio Management
Portfolio Management is the systematic use of data, process, and tools to enable better decision making.
A portfolio is an organized set of related items, such as Information Technology (IT) systems, applications, assets, intellectual property, people, and projects. NASA has identified four portfolios as explained below.
NASA has transformed its Agency-wide business systems to improve financial, physical, and human capital management processes. The Agency established the Integrated Enterprise Management Program (IEMP) in Fiscal Year (FY) 2000 to manage this transformation process. IEMP focuses on implementing business systems that capitalize on industry "best practices" and using technology to provide critical management information in support of the Agency's strategic plan implementation... READ MORE
The IT Infrastructure portfolio include those common applications that everyone uses on a day-to-day basis, primarily for office automation. Examples include: e-mail, calendaring, and document management.
Science and Engineering
The Science and Engineering portfolio includes applications that support the Mission Directorates in accomplishing their missions. Examples include modeling and simulations.
The Project Management portfolio includes applications that support the planning, organizing, and managing of resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives. Examples include scheduling, risk management, and budget management applications.