Scott Hine

Presentation 1 of 2: Cross-Agency Collaboration to Ensure Mission Success

Abstract: The value of collaborating with program and project managers (P/PMs) from across the federal government to share best practices and lessons learned is immeasurable and has become a critically important tool in the toolbox. Many federal P/PMs continue to work in either a hybrid or completely remote work environment. Having the capability to contact a federal peer P/PM for resources, guidance, and wisdom that—for whatever reason—we cannot obtain from our leadership chain is undeniably valuable.

During this session we will discuss collaboration thoughts, ideas, and resources to better position you to achieve mission success.

PMI Talent Triangle Skill: Strategic and Business Management (Business Acumen)

Presentation 2 of 2: Risk Management & Resilience – Identifying and Monitoring Low Probability/High Impact Risks

Abstract: As P/PMs we have been taught to identify and track High Probability/High Impact risks, which is absolutely the correct thing to do. However, many of us have been excluding similarly impactful risks from regular review simply due to an estimated low probability of occurrence. What if the probability estimate is incorrect? What if, as improbable as it was, the impact of such a risk becomes a reality? What is your get-well plan? Look for another job?

In this session we will discuss the importance and practical application of monitoring all risks, not just those considered High Probability and High Impact.

PMI Talent Triangle: Technical Project Management (Ways of Working)

Biography: Scott Hine is a member of the executive leadership team within the Department of Energy, Office of the Chief Financial Officer where he is the Deputy Director of Corporate Business Systems. He has over 30 years of portfolio, program, and project management experience.

As a collateral duty, Scott is also the Executive Sponsor of the Federal Government’s Program and Project Management Community of Practice (FedPM CoP) with almost 1,700 members from 95 federal activities.

Outside of work, Scott is actively engaged in George Mason University as an adjunct professor within the School of Engineering and the School of Business as well as being on several boards and committees.

Scott holds a BS degree in Decision Science, MS in Systems Engineering, graduate certificate in IT project management and PMP, CIO, FAC-P/PM, FAC-COR, DAWIA, Information Security, ITIL and Acquisition Professional certifications.