The Earned Value Management (EVM) division in Performance Assessments and Root Cause Analyses (PARCA) of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Acquisition serves as the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) focal point for all policy, guidance, and competency relating to EVM. EVMs role as a tool for integrated program management across DoD has increased in prominence in recent years; yet, as a cross-functional community, EVM faces challenges in workforce management that communities in designated career fields do not face. EVM is not a designated career field in itself, and DoD does not systematically track its workforce for the purposes of workforce planning in the same way that it tracks members of designated career fields. Yet, insight into the EVM-analyst workforce is necessary for the execution of PARCAs responsibilities to support the development and integration of EVM competencies across the defense acquisition workforce (DAW). In support of its responsibilities to the DAW,PARCA asked RAND to engage stakeholders in the defense acquisition community to develop an approach to fielding a data call in order to gain new insights into the EVM workforce. This report utilizes data emerging from the survey to describe the EVM analyst population across several dimensions.