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Charlene Gross
October 2014 - Special Report Development of an Intellectual Property Strategy: Research Notes to Support Department of Defense Programs

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Charlene Gross

This report is intended to help program managers understand categories of intellectual property, various intellectual property challenges, and approaches to assessing the license rights that the program needs for long-term execution and sustainment.

July 2011 - Technical Report A Decision Framework for Selecting Licensing Rights for Noncommercial Computer Software in the DoD Environment

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Charlene Gross

This report describes standard noncommercial software licensing alternatives as defined by U.S. government and Department of Defense (DoD) regulations. It also suggests an approach for objectively identifying agency needs for license rights and the appropriate license type for systems with noncommercial computer software or as standalone software in the DoD environment.

November 2009 - Technical Note Evaluating Artifact Quality from an Appraisal Perspective

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Emanuel R. Baker, Matt Fisher, Charlene Gross

This report explores the lack of agreement among SCAMPI Lead Appraisers about what “artifact quality” means in the SCAMPI process context.

May 2009 - Special Report Incorporating Software Requirements into the System RFP: Survey of RFP Language for Software by Topic, v. 2.0

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Charlene Gross

The 2009 report defines and communicates software engineering and management events necessary to support the successful acquisition of software-intensive systems.

May 2004 - Presentation Why Isn't Someone Coding Yet (WISCY)?

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Charlene Gross

This presentation was delivered by Charlene Gross in May 2004.