I would like to recognize the support of the management team at RCG Information Technology, Inc., who provided me with an environment in which to apply myself. I would like to thank Gary Hau for helping me solve the many detailed IT development issues one needs to consider when managing complex IT projects. My gratitude is extended to Dr. J. Davidson Frame from the University of Management and Technology in Washington, D.C., for his discussions and opinions on the field of project management. Thanks go to Matthew Holt, senior editor at John Wiley & Sons. To Bob Fairchild and Rick Freedman, thanks for your insight and reviews. To all those people that have contributed to the publication of this book, I thank you collectively. Lastly, special thanks go to my wife Liesl and son Matthew, who have kept my life so organized during all these years.

Jason Charvat


Jason (Jay) Charvat is an accomplished consultant Project Management Professional in the fields of Systems Engineering and Information Technology, where he completed many successful projects in the Defense, Logistics, Manufacturing, Publishing, Governmental, Pharmaceutical, Cellular and Telecommunications industry verticals. He has extensive knowledge on project methodologies, project processes, and practical techniques used in the completion of projects. He is a certified consultant and has consulted regularly throughout the US. He is a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI). He holds a BS (Information Sciences) degree in addition to numerous professionals qualifications from the United Kingdom. He has served as a commissioned Airforce captain, specializing in the information technology environment. Jay serves as a project management consultant and senior manager for RCG Information Technology, Inc., in New Jersey. He can be reached at <[email protected]> or

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