CII 10-10 Program

The 10-10 Program is a breakthrough in the benchmarking of project performance. Unlike any other benchmarking program in the industry, CII research concluded that modern benchmarking (i.e., CII’s 10-10 Program) needed to be based on the concept of anonymously surveying members of a project’s management team regarding their project’s performance, team dynamics, and organizational relationships.

The 10-10 Program surveys by phase (instead of at closeout) using simple statement-based questions. Ten leading indicators (i.e., input measures) are obtained throughout a project’s development that can warn senior management of impending problems. This diagnostic capability aids the development of corrective action plans and the implementation of CII resources. Ten outcome measures (i.e., lagging indicators) provide certainty that the project is proceeding on target. Together, these measures are the basis of the program’s name: 10-10.

To submit your projects, visit the 10-10 Program System (CII members only, log-in required).

Note that a CII Login is required to access this site. In particular, access is given only to those personnel who are CII Benchmarking Managers, Benchmarking Associates, or Benchmarking Project Managers. Temporary credentials can be set up by contacting CII's Frances DeCoux by email: f.decoux@cii.utexas.edu or by phone: (512) 232-3000.

Additional information about CII's 10-10 Performance Assessment Campaign can be found at: www.10-10program.org. Questions can be addressed to CII's Dr. Daniel Oliveira at (512) 232-3050 or submitted via e-mail (10-10program@cii.utexas.edu).

The CII Performance Assessment effort is overseen by the Performance Assessment Committee.