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Beyond Technology Readiness Levels for Software: U.S. Army Workshop Report

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posted on 2023-05-11, 21:58 authored by Stephen BlanchetteStephen Blanchette, Cecilia AlbertCecilia Albert, Suzanne Garcia-Miller

The Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) facilitated an  Army workshop, Beyond Technology Readiness Levels for Software, on August 10-11, 2010. The workshop, part of the ongoing Army Strategic Software Improvement Program (ASSIP), was an attempt to develop an Army  perspective on the “right” software information to gather and analyze at significant program decision points (especially Milestones A, B, and C) to determine readiness to proceed to the next acquisition phase. This report synthesizes the workshop presentations, discussions, and  outcomes. 


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