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Tamara Marshall-Keim
March 2015 - White Paper SEI SPRUCE Project: Curating Recommended Practices for Software Producibility

Topics: Software Architecture, Measurement and Analysis, Cyber Risk and Resilience Management

Authors: Michael D. Konrad, B. Craig Meyers, Tamara Marshall-Keim, Gerald W. Miller, Bill Pollak

This paper describes the Systems and Software Producibility Collaboration Environment (SPRUCE) project and the resulting recommended practices on five software topics.

March 2015 - Article The Practice and Future of Release Engineering: A Roundtable with Three Release Engineers

Topics: Software Architecture

Authors: Bram Adams (École Polytechnique de Montréal), Stephany Bellomo, Christian Bird (Microsoft Research), Tamara Marshall-Keim, Foutse Khomh (École Polytechnique de Montréal), Kim Moir (Mozilla)

This introduction to a special issue on release engineering overviews the challenges that release engineers face, featuring highlights from interviews with three practitioners.

February 2014 - Special Report Wireless Emergency Alerts: Trust Model Technical Report

Topics: Measurement and Analysis

Authors: Robert W. Stoddard, Joseph P. Elm, James McCurley, Sarah Sheard, Tamara Marshall-Keim

This report describes a trust model to enable the Federal Emergency Management Agency to maximize the effectiveness of the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) service and provides guidance for alert originators in using WEA to maximize public safety.

February 2014 - Special Report Wireless Emergency Alerts: New York City Demonstration

Authors: Elizabeth Trocki Stark (SRA International, Inc.), Jennifer Lavan (SRA International, Inc.), Tamara Marshall-Keim, Joseph P. Elm

This report describes the adoption of the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) service by the New York City Office of Emergency Management. As the first alert originator to adopt WEA, its experiences provide lessons learned for other emergency managers.

February 2014 - Special Report Best Practices in Wireless Emergency Alerts

Topics: Cyber Risk and Resilience Management

Authors: John McGregor, Joseph P. Elm, Elizabeth Trocki Stark (SRA International, Inc.), Jennifer Lavan (SRA International, Inc.), Rita C. Creel, Christopher J. Alberts, Carol Woody, Robert J. Ellison, Tamara Marshall-Keim

This report presents four best practices for the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) service, including implementing WEA in a local jurisdiction, training emergency staff in using WEA, cross-jurisdictional governance of WEA, and cybersecurity risk management.