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A Study on the Quantitative Management Scheme of Weapon Systems T&E
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A Study on the Quantitative Management Scheme of Weapon Systems T&E
Jang, Yongsik; Bang, Heejin; Han, Sunghee; Kim, Jaekab;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we suggest a quantitative management scheme to accomplish effective weapon systems test and evaluation service(T&E). The Capability Maturity Model Integration(CMMI) process model has been introduced and applied for that purpose by the 8th directorate, Agency for Defense Development(ADD). Although a CMMI process model was developed focusing on the software development, systematic approaching scheme in the CMMI process model can be utilized for the quantitative management implementation of a weapon systems T&E service. To manage a T&E service quantitatively, at first, organizational performance objectives and sub processes are established, and then each performance indicators and performance base lines are followed.
 Keywords
Quantitative Management;Test and Evaluation, T&E;CMMI;Performance Objectives;Performance Base Line;
 Language
Korean
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