Internal Revenue Service-2016-CMMI3

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Organization Name:
(组织名称)
Internal Revenue Service
Organizational Unit:
(组织单位)
Information Technology (IT) Applications Development (AD) Group
Maturity Level:
(成熟度)
Maturity Level 3
Appraisal End Date:
(评估结束日期)
Mar 24, 2016
Lead Appraiser:
(主任评估师)
James Moudry
Sponsor:
(发起人)
Nancy Sieger
Sampling Summary:
(抽样汇总)
Sampling Factors: Location (Not Relevant: Location does not have a bearing on implementation of processes. All of projects utilize the same processes and implement them the same way regardless of location. Most all work at IRS is done at split locations and are standardized their approach.)
Customer (Not Relevant: Processes are implemented the same way regardless of customer. The customer is essentially the IRS itself and all projects are governed by federal government regulations and requirements.)
Size: There are three basic size designations, Major, Non-major – High Impact, and Non-major – Low Impact. Projects have different requirements and processes are implemented differently dependent upon their size designation.
Organizational Structure (Not Relevant: Applications Development is divided into nine different domains: Compliance, Corporate Data, Internal Management, Customer Service, Data Delivery Services, Submission Processing, Executive PMO, AD Core Applications, and AD Infrastructure Compliance. Projects exist under each of these domains; however, the processes used and their implementation is the same regardless of which domain a project falls under.)
Type of Work: The process and process implementation differs dependent on the type of work or project being done. There are three different types of work: Development, Maintenance, and Mixed.
Type of System: Process implementation and artifacts produced differ slightly based on type of system – Legacy or Non-legacy.
Sampling Factor Values: Major (Size): Projects totaling $10 million or more and other projects of enough significance or criticality to be designated as major.
Non-Major, High Impact (Size): Projects more than $1 million and less than $10 million in value, but determined to be of enough significance to be “High” impact.
Non-Major, Low Impact (Size): Projects less than $10 million in value and determined to be “Low” impact.
Development (Type of Work): Projects consisting primarily of development or significant enhancement.
Maintenance (Type of Work): Planned maintenance activities on existing systems and applications.
Mixed (Type of Work): Projects that include both an element of system or application development or significant enhancement (addition of new features or functionality) as well as planned maintenance of the existing system or application components.
Legacy (Type of System): Long-standing systems and applications using old technology that were already deployed prior to development of AD’s new lifecycle methodology and processes, for which limited original requirements and other documentation exists.
Non-Legacy (Type of System): Newer systems and applications and more advanced technology and that were initiated after AD’s enhanced life cycle methodology and processes were developed, for which more detailed documentation exists.
Subgroups: M-Dev-NL: Major development projects for non-legacy systems.
36 People, 2 Basic Units
– Major
– Non-Legacy
– Development
M-Maint-L: Major maintenance projects for legacy systems.
240 People, 2 Basic Units
– Legacy
– Major
– Maintenance
M-Maint-NL: Major maintenance projects for non-legacy systems.
37 People, 1 Basic Units
– Maintenance
– Major
– Non-Legacy
M-Mix-L: Major projects involving both development and maintenance activities for legacy systems.
425 People, 6 Basic Units
– Legacy
– Major
– Mixed
M-Mix-NL: Major non-legacy system projects with both development and maintenance activities.
215 People, 8 Basic Units
– Mixed
– Major
– Non-Legacy
NMH-Maint-L: Non-major, high-impact legacy system maintenance projects.
271 People, 25 Basic Units
– Legacy
– Non-Major, High Impact
– Maintenance
NMH-Maint-NL: Non-major, high-impact legacy system maintenance projects.
255 People, 18 Basic Units
– Maintenance
– Non-Major, High Impact
– Non-Legacy
NMH-Mix-L: Non-major, high- impact legacy system projects with both development and maintenance activities.
406 People, 22 Basic Units
– Legacy
– Non-Major, High Impact
– Mixed
NMH-Mix-NL: Non-major, high- impact non-legacy system projects with both development and maintenance activities.
124 People, 12 Basic Units
– Mixed
– Non-Major, High Impact
– Non-Legacy
NML-Dev-NL: Non-major, low- impact non-legacy system development projects.
36 People, 3 Basic Units
– Non-Legacy
– Development
– Non-Major, Low Impact
NML-Maint-L: Non-major, low-impact legacy system maintenance projects.
60 People, 20 Basic Units
– Non-Major, Low Impact
– Maintenance
– Legacy
NML-Maint-NL: Non-major, low-impact non-legacy system maintenance projects.
74 People, 10 Basic Units
– Non-Legacy
– Maintenance
– Non-Major, Low Impact
NML-Mix-L: Non-major, low- impact legacy system projects with both development and maintenance activities.
35 People, 8 Basic Units
– Non-Major, Low Impact
– Mixed
– Legacy

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