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Tricia Oberndorf
April 2010 - Presentation Evolution of a Software Engineer in a SoS System Engineering World

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Tricia Oberndorf, Carol A. Sledge

This presentation was given by Patricia Oberndorf and Carol A. Sledge of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) on April 6, 2010 at the IEEE Systems Conference in San Diego, CA.

April 2010 - Presentation Selecting Middleware Technologies

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Tom Merendino, Tricia Oberndorf, Soumya Simanta

presentation made by Patricia Oberndorf Thomas Merendino, & Soumya Simanta at the at the Systems and Software Technology Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, April 26, 2010

April 2010 - Presentation Open Systems: What’s Old Is New Again

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Tricia Oberndorf, Carol A. Sledge

Presentation made by Patricia Oberndorf & Carol Sledge at the Systems and Software Technology Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, April 27, 2010

May 2006 - Presentation Transformation of a Software Development Organization Using Software Acquisition Practices: A Case Study

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Tricia Oberndorf, Eileen Wrubel, H. Borst (DFSG/PN), F. Sorrell (DFSG/PN), S. Fritts (DFSG/PN), L. Hamilton (DFSG/PN)

This presentation was delivered at the Systems & Software Technology Conference (SSTC): Transforming: Business, Security, Warfighting, held in Salt Lake City, Utah, from 1-4 May 2006.

July 2004 - Technical Report A Process for COTS Software Product Evaluation

Topics: System of Systems

Authors: Santiago Comella-Dorda, John Dean, Grace Lewis, Edwin J. Morris, Tricia Oberndorf, Erin Harper

This 2004 report focuses on COTS product evaluations conducted for the purpose of selecting products to meet a known need in a system.

April 2004 - Presentation Integration and Interoperability Models for Systems of Systems

Topics: System of Systems

Authors: David J. Carney, Tricia Oberndorf

David J. Carney and Tricia Oberndorf propose and discuss a unified model of interoperability for the integration of system of systems (SoSs) in this 2004 presentation.

May 2003 - Technical Report A Basis for an Assembly Process for COTS-Based Systems (APCS)

Authors: David J. Carney, Patrick R. Place, Tricia Oberndorf

This paper describes a generic process framework for developing software systems based on commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products.

May 2003 - Technical Report Case Study: Computer Supplier Evaluation Practices of the Parenteral Drug Association

Authors: David J. Carney, Harvey Greenawalt, Grigonis Grigonis, Tricia Oberndorf

This case study describes the development of a method for evaluating computer and software suppliers for the pharmaceutical industry.

January 2003 - Presentation Acquisition Practices: Good and Bad

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Tricia Oberndorf, Patrick R. Place

This presentation on acquisition practices was delivered by Tricia Oberndorf and Pat Place of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) in January 2003.

December 2002 - Technical Report Rules of Thumb for the Use of COTS Products

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Michele Motsko, Tricia Oberndorf, Ellen-Jane Pairo, James Smith

This 2002 report provides information to help guide decisions about when COTS products are an appropriate solution,and when they are not.

June 2002 - Technical Report Using EVMS with COTS-Based Systems

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: Tricia Oberndorf, Carol A. Sledge, Mary Jo Staley

This 2002 report focuses is on the use of Earned Value in the context of a COTS-Based System (CBS).

December 2001 - Technical Report A Framework for the Specification of Acquisition Model

Topics: Acquisition Support

Authors: B. Craig Meyers, Tricia Oberndorf

This special report provides a bibliography of books, articles, and other literature concerning the PSP and TSP methodologies.

July 2001 - Book Managing Software Acquisition: Open Systems and COTS Products

Topics: Acquisition Support, System of Systems

Authors: B. Craig Meyers, Tricia Oberndorf

This book presents fundamental principles and best practices for successful acquisition and utilization of open systems and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products.

December 2000 - Technical Report Third DoD Product Line Practice Workshop Report

Topics: Software Product Lines

Authors: Sholom G. Cohen, Tricia Oberndorf, Brian P. Gallagher, Matt Fisher, Lawrence G. Jones, Linda M. Northrop, William O'Brien, Dennis B. Smith, Albert Soule, Robert W. Krut, Jr.

This report synthesizes the presentations and discussions of the Third Department of Defense Product Line Practice Workshop held in March 2000.

October 2000 - Technical Report An Activity Framework for COTS-Based Systems

Authors: Lisa Brownsword, Carol A. Sledge, Tricia Oberndorf

This 2000 document provides an introduction to COTS activities and practices.

September 1998 - White Paper A Summary of DoD COTS-Related Policies

Topics: System of Systems

Authors: David J. Carney, Tricia Oberndorf

This Monograph examines seven documents that contain official guidance regarding the use of COTS products in Government systems.

February 1998 - White Paper COTS and Open Systems (Monograph)

Topics: System of Systems

Authors: Tricia Oberndorf

This monograph offers a practical rather than theoretical approach to the issues of COTS and open systems.

November 1997 - Special Report Workshop on COTS-Based Systems

Topics: System of Systems

Authors: Tricia Oberndorf, Lisa Brownsword, Edwin J. Morris, Carol A. Sledge

This report documents the proceedings of the first Workshop on COTS-Based Systems, held at the SEI in June 1997.

November 1993 - Technical Report Reference Model for Project Support Environments (Version 2.0)

Authors: Alan W. Brown, David J. Carney, Tricia Oberndorf, M. Zelkowitz (University of Maryland)

The goal of the PSE Standards Working Group is to provide an interface standard that can be used by project managers as an aid in procuring or assembling a PSE for a particular project or organization. The first step towards this goal is establishing a reference model that describes the full scope of functionality that is expected of a PSE.