A software process framework for the SEI capability maturity by Timothy G Olson

A software process framework for the SEI capability maturity by Timothy G Olson

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L2-30, C2, 4) Senior management reviews all commitment changes and new software project commitments made to individuals and groups external to the organization. (L2-31, C2, 5) SPTO Policy Goals Implementation of an effective software project tracking and oversight policy results in: • Result of Effective Implementation of SPTO References Actual results and performances are tracked against the software plans. (L2-30, G1) Corrective actions are taken and managed to closure when actual results and performance deviate significantly from the software plans.

L2-30, G3) Policy-6 CMU/SEI-93-SR-7 Software Subcontract Management (SSM) Policy Definitions prime contractor: An individual, partnership, corporation, or association that administers a subcontract to design, develop, and/or manufacture one or more products. , the prime contractor) to design, develop, and/or manufacture one or more products. SSM Policy Checklist The project follows a written organizational policy for managing the software subcontract (L2-44, C1). This policy typically specifies that: • Description References Documented standards and procedures are used in selecting software subcontractors and managing the software subcontracts.

L2-45, C1, 1) The contractual agreements form the basis for managing the subcontract. (L2-45, C1, 2) Changes to the subcontract are made with the involvement and agreement of both the prime contractor and the subcontractor. (L2-45, C1, 3) SSM Policy Goals Implementation of an effective software subcontract management policy results in: • Result of Effective Implementation of SSM References The prime contractor selects qualified software subcontractors. (L2-44, G1) The prime contractor and the software subcontractor agree to their commitments to each other.

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