||Location (Not Relevant: All work is performed in the same general area so location does not impact process implementation)
Customer: Processes are slightly different for Federal government/DoD work compared to commercial work
Size (Not Relevant: Processes are executed the same way regardless of the number of people on the project)
Organizational Structure (Not Relevant: The organization structure is closely aligned with the Type of Work. There are aspects of the organization structure that do not impact process implementation though.)
Type of Work: Simulation software processes are different between vehicle-based projects and air warfare-based projects
|Sampling Factor Values:
||Commercial (Customer): Represents non-DoD commercials, which include state and local government customers
Defense (Customer): Represents DoD agencies requiring customized system solutions
Vehicle (Type of Work): Represents systems which simulate vehicles like buses, fire trucks, tanks, etc.
Air Warfare (Type of Work): Represents systems which simulate fighter jets and the various weapon systems used
Commercial Vehicle: Simulation training systems representing non-military vehicles (e.g., buses, trains, fire engines).
9 People, 1 Basic Units
Military Vehicle: Simulation training systems representing military vehicles (e.g., tanks).
8 People, 1 Basic Units
Military Air Warfare: Simulation training systems representing military air platforms (e.g., F-18) and weaponry (i.e., different missile types).
49 People, 4 Basic Units
– Air Warfare