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Lecture 2.4a: SEF SE Planning and the SEP (SEF Ch 16). Dr. John MacCarthy UMBC CMSC 615 Fall, 2006. Agenda. 16.1 Why Engineering Plans 16.2 Elements of Technical Plans 16.3 Integration of Plans 16.4 Summary Points Note that A16-A (Event-Driven) Schedules is addressed in Lecture 3.

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lecture 2 4a sef se planning and the sep sef ch 16

Lecture 2.4a: SEF SE Planning and the SEP (SEF Ch 16)

Dr. John MacCarthy

UMBC CMSC 615

Fall, 2006

agenda
Agenda
  • 16.1 Why Engineering Plans
  • 16.2 Elements of Technical Plans
  • 16.3 Integration of Plans
  • 16.4 Summary Points
  • Note that A16-A (Event-Driven) Schedules is addressed in Lecture 3
16 1 why engineering plans
Uses of a SE Plan:

Assure all technical activities (and events) are identified and managed

Communicate the technical approach to the development team and other stakeholders (e.g., Management, Customer, T&E Team, etc.)

Document decisions and technical implementation

Establish/Document criteria to judge how well the system development effort is meeting customer and management needs.

Key Questions:

Who will

Do What

When

Approaches:

Develop a Systems Engineering Plan (SEP)

Document SE plan as part of a Project Management Plan (PMP)

16.1 Why Engineering Plans

DoD recommends the development of a SEP

The next lecture specifically addresses the DoD-recommended SEP content and format.

16 2 elements of technical plans seps
Technical Plans (SEP) should include:

Introduction

Plan Scope

Description of the System

Focus

Technical Strategy

Development Phasing & associated Baselining

Key Engineering Milestones

Parallel developments

Product improvement

Strategy Considerations and Constraints

Critical Technologies

Cost As an Independent Variable (CAIV)

Business management directed constraints/ activities that will significantly impact the technical strategy

Technical Plans (con’d):

SE Processes:

Specific methods and techniques used to perform the SE process Steps and Loops

System Analysis and Control Tools

Special design considerations

Organization Plan:

Organizations & IPTs

Roles, Authority & Responsibilities

Resource Plan:

People

Funding

Schedule

16.2: Elements of Technical Plans (SEPs)
16 3 integration of plans
Plans that need to be coordinated:

Acquisition Strategy

Financial Plan

Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP)

Configuration Management Planning (CMP)

Risk Management Planning (RMP)

Interoperability Planning

Design/Development Planning (SDP)

Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Planning & Analysis

Production/Manufacturing Planning

Quality Management Planning

Others

Well-developed Technical Management Plans (SEPs) include:

Benefit of plan to the user

How “total” system will be developed using the SE Process

How the SEP complements and supports the Acquisition Strategy and/or Management Plan

How incremental reviews will keep development on track

How costs will be reduced and controlled.

How technical activities relate to work accomplishment and calendar dates

How the System Configuration and risk will be controlled

How System Integration will be achieved

16.3 Integration of Plans
16 4 summary points
SE Planning should establish the organizational structure that will achieve the engineering objectives

Planning must include event-based scheduling and establish feedback and control methods

Planning should result in Planning and Control Documents

Planning should identify the estimated funding and detail schedule necessary to achieve the strategy

SE Planning should establish the proper relationship between acquisition and technical processes

16.4: Summary Points

The next lecture specifically addresses the DoD-recommended SEP content and format.

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