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Integrating Software Architecture Evaluation in a DoD System Acquisition

  • April 2005
  • By Timothy Morrow
  • This SATURN 2005 presentation by John Bergey and Timothy Morrow of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) discusses how to integrate software architecture evaluation in a DoD system acquisition.
  • Acquisition Support Software Architecture
  • Publisher: Software Engineering Institute
  • This presentation was created for a conference series or symposium and does not necessarily reflect the positions and views of the Software Engineering Institute.
  • Abstract

    This SATURN 2005 presentation by John Bergey and Timothy Morrow of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) discusses how to integrate software architecture evaluation in a DoD system acquisition.

    1. CLIP program background - This section would discuss the high-level   requirements of the program, desired quality attributes for the program,   program challenges, current stage in DoD 5000 framework, and the program's   previous software architecture experience.
    2. SEI goals for Working with CLIP - Overview of the technical work plan   and the vision of applying software architecture technology to an acquisition   program.
    3. Pre-contract Activities - Discuss the Acquisition Planning Workshop,   CLIP program office QAW, and integrating software architecture technology into   the CLIP Request for Proposal.
    4. CLIP System Development Documents - Discuss the documents that needed   to include wording for software architecture technology in the DoD 5000   Acquisition Framework and a timeline to see the total picture
    5. Lesson Learned - These will be the lessons we learned in applying   software architecture technology.
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