Mathematica’s team provided a range of high quality services, including developing independent government cost estimates; drafting statements of work; performing system migration planning; and developing and overseeing project plans and work breakdown structures, contract support, oversight of program...
- Independent verification and validation (IV & V)
- Program management office (PMO) development and support
- Federal information technology lifecyle management
- Data validation and analytics
- Retirement policy and data
- Program management best practices
Christopher Tallman is an expert in federal data systems, requirements, and oversight. His experience includes pension policy, federal IT system development and management, Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V), and Agile project management and system development.
Tallman directs many large-scale systems integrity and development projects for the federal government, including a U.S. Department of Labor, Employee Benefits Security Administration project to provide IV&V services for planning and transitioning the Employee Retirement Income Security Act system to an electronic format.
Tallman also provides corporate quality assurance and budget reviews, in addition to leading the professional staff who help government agencies maintain and improve the quality of the administrative data they use to achieve their missions.
Tallman, who joined Mathematica in 1994, holds an M.P.A. from New York University and is a certified project management professional from the Project Management Institute.
Timely, Accurate, and Cost-Effective IT Solutions Help Modernize Outdated Processes
Mathematica’s Data Management and Analytics Department, a team of more than 60 skilled, experienced professionals, has been supporting and providing independent validation and verification (IV&V) of IT systems for government agencies for more than 20 years.