PPBE stands for Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution, a framework used by organizations such as the Department of Defense. It includes how the organization allocates resources and makes decisions and is a cyclical model that enables the organization to determine the course of programs and projects and set budgets.
- CAFDEx® Requirements tools enable Planning efforts and include Logistics Requirements Determination Process (LRDP) and Aircraft and Missile Requirements (AMR).
- CAFDEx® Program Objective Memorandum (POM) Tools enable risk and attribute maintenance, fund spread optimization algorithms and automated Slides for presentation.
- CAFDEx® Budget Formulation Tools support Congressional Budgetary Submissions, Inquiries and Other What If Scenarios. This includes Target load, Fund Spread Optimization and Budget Drill Submissions.
- CAFDEx® Execution Management tools provide leading indicators for Execution and Cash Flow Management. These tools link to requirements and enable robust analysis for cash flow optimization and compliance reporting.
PPBE is an iterative process that reflects the changing needs and shifting priorities of the DoD or other organization. It encourages transparency, accountability, and efficient resource management through a systematic approach, which helps governmental organizations make better decisions and use their budgets efficiently.
Infinite Technologies has offered integrated PPBE services to the Department of Defense for more than twenty years. Within this context, “integrated” means “total force” but also means the services extend across and integrate data within the above-referenced phases.
During this time, our goal continues to include acting transparently through the identification of current and historical changes. The DoD uses the PPBE process to align its resources with its strategic objectives, and Infinite Technologies plays an important role in helping streamline this journey.
We ensure the management of a historical record that includes change tracking over time and how to make the best decisions within those requirements. The integrated tools provide transparency into data, highlighting variations between planned and real implementations and costs. This transparency is essential for articulating what changes occurred throughout the process and why while also identifying and how to make the right adjustments going forward.