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Army/Contractor Integrated Team: SED & SAIC Dick Stutzke SAIC Applied Technology Group 6725 Odyssey Drive Huntsville, Alabama 35806 19 November 2003 PowerPoint PPT Presentation


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Army/Contractor Integrated Team: SED & SAIC Dick Stutzke SAIC Applied Technology Group 6725 Odyssey Drive Huntsville, Alabama 35806 19 November 2003 Presented at the 3 rd Annual CMMI Technology Conference & Users Group Meeting Denver, Colorado. Background.

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Army/Contractor Integrated Team:

SED & SAIC

Dick Stutzke

SAIC Applied Technology Group

6725 Odyssey Drive

Huntsville, Alabama 35806

19 November 2003

Presented at the 3rd Annual CMMI Technology Conference & Users Group Meeting

Denver, Colorado

CMMI User 2003 (01OCT03)


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Background

  • Players on Integrated Product Team

    • Customer: U.S. Army AMCOM SED

    • O2K/SCRS team: SAIC ATG (+ 30 subs)

    • BASES team: Westar (+ several subs)

    • Other: UAH

  • Mission

    • Develop and sustain software for tactical missiles and air vehicles

    • Some systems we support: MLRS, Bradley, Javelin, FAAD, UAV, and TMDE

CMMI User 2003 (01OCT03)


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Challenges

  • Diversity

    • Several domains (C2, trainers, fire control, aviation, etc.)

    • 11 HOLS

    • 50 Projects (new development, transition, sustainment)

    • Team size: 3-25 people

    • Build cycle: 3-18 months

  • IPT

    • SAIC

    • Subcontractors

    • Government

    • Competitive Contractors

CMMI User 2003 (01OCT03)


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Quality Management Board

(Div. Chiefs + Program Mgrs)

Quality Assurance Office

Divisions

Support Groups

Process Groups

Projects

Org Chart

SED Director

Integrated Teams = Government and Contractor Employees

CMMI User 2003 (01OCT03)


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Analyze

Conduct Kickoff

Meeting

Request

Define

Generate

Technical

Offer

Approach

Deliver

Review Offer

and Concur

Offer

Coordinate

Writing of Plan(s)

Review and

Approve Plan(s)

Monitor and Control

Project

Develop & Test

Product(s)

Review and

Assess

Progress

Write Project

Close-out Report

Accept

Product(s)

SED Standard Process*

CUSTOMER

PROJECT LEAD

PROJECT TEAM

MANAGEMENT

Initiate Request

PM-1

PM-2

PM-3

ENG-1

PM-4

Review and

Approve Offer

PM-5

PM-7

PM-6

Obtain

Resources

PM-8

Write the Plan(s)

ENG-2

PM-9

PM-10

Review Status

PM-11

PM-13

ENG-3

PM-12

PM-14

Field

Products

ENG-4

PM-15

*Built on existing processes (CM, QA)

CMMI User 2003 (01OCT03)


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Process Improvement History

  • Sep ’91First assessment

  • May ’94Rated CMM Level 2

  • Nov ’96Rated CMM Level 3

  • Apr ’00Rated CMM Level 4

  • Jan ’01Defect Working Group formed

  • May ’02CMMI migration plan

  • Jul ’02Start CMMI training and planning

  • Sep ’02Established partnership with SEI

  • Oct ’02Revised process released

  • Jan ’03Began beta testing defect database

CMMI User 2003 (01OCT03)


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Process Highlights: Participation

  • Totally integrated from day one

  • Supervisors include “process” in employee’s performance objectives

  • Every project has a free mentor (from Process Group)

  • QAO audits all projects

  • Annual Reports to QMB (process, QA, training)

CMMI User 2003 (01OCT03)


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Process Highlights: Training

  • Everyone has one or more Roles

  • Each Role has required Courses (Course/Role Matrix)

  • Metrics tracks who completes required courses

  • Training never stops

CMMI User 2003 (01OCT03)


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