U.S. Navy-2019-CMMI2

CMMI认证查询 cmmirz 2年前 (2019-05-22) 270次浏览 0个评论
Organization Name:
(组织名称)
U.S. Navy
Organizational Unit:
(组织单位)
Code 40 In-Service Engineering Department, Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Keyport
Maturity Level:
(成熟度)
Maturity Level 2
Appraisal End Date:
(评估结束日期)
May 23, 2019
Lead Appraiser:
(主任评估师)
James Belford
Sponsor:
(发起人)
James Bleich
Sampling Summary:
(抽样汇总)
Sampling Factors: Location (Not Relevant: No discernible process execution differences due to project location. This organization has offices located in Keyport, WA and Pearl Harbor, HI. Location does not affect process implementation and is not considered relevant.)
Customer (Not Relevant: No discernible process execution differences due to Customer Classification. There are only government customers. All projects utilize and comply with the organizational standard set of processes and assets. There are no unique customer process requirements imposed by the customer base that violate the standard process.)
Size (Not Relevant: No discernible process execution differences due to the size of projects. There is no difference in the way work is performed based on size of the project. Project size was determined to not be a valid differentiator in process implementation.)
Organizational Structure (Not Relevant: The Code 40 organization is organized into 7 divisions that provide systems engineering, logistics, obsolescence, and fleet technical support. The Divisional structure was determined to not be a valid differentiator in process implementation.)
Type of Work: Type of work does affect the way processes are implemented. The disciplines associated with the OU are Development, In-Service Engineering (ISE), and Integrated Logistics Support (ILS). The type of work is considered to be a relevant sampling factor with respect to process implementation.
Sampling Factor Values: Development (Type of Work): Projects that are performing major software or hardware development. This may be new designs or re-designs of existing systems that result in major form, fit, or function changes. Responsibilities of this type of project include development of detailed system design documentation and control of system configuration baselines. Any projects with a Design Agent designation letter fall in this category.
In-Service Engineering (ISE) (Type of Work): ): Projects that provide engineering support for existing systems. These projects perform some design activities, mainly to correct issues and make evolutionary upgrades based on customer feedback; however detailed design for major upgrades is not the primary function. This type includes ECP and TRI development for obsolescence support. Any projects which have an ISEA or TDA designation letter fall in this category.
Integrated Logistics Support (ILS)/Integrated Product Support (IPS) (Type of Work): Projects that provide functions traditionally included in the definition of logistics and integrated product support. These include product support management training development and support; supply support; design interface; sustaining engineering; facilities/infrastructure; technical data; maintenance planning and management; obsolescence management (especially COTS); logistics deliverables such as Life-Cycle Support Plans and Integrated Logistics Assessments and configuration management.
Subgroups: Development: These projects primarily do development work
49 People, 6 Basic Units
– Development
In-Service Engineering (ISE): Projects in this subgroup primarily provide engineering support for existing systems.
243 People, 24 Basic Units
– In-Service Engineering (ISE)
Integrated Logistics Support (ILS): Projects that provide functions traditionally included in the definition of logistics and integrated product support.
99 People, 19 Basic Units
– Integrated Logistics Support (ILS)/Integrated Product Support (IPS)

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