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February 2014

  • Wireless Emergency Alerts: Trust Model Simulations February 2014 - Special Report This report presents four types of simulations run on the public trust model and the alert originator trust model developed for the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) service, focusing on how to increase both alert originators’ and the public’s trust in WEA.
  • Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS) Scenarios February 2014 - Special Report This report provides operational and development mission threads to help emergency alert originators analyze scenarios that will aid them in adopting and integrating the Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS) into their emergency management systems.
  • Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS) Alerting Pipeline Taxonomy February 2014 - Technical Report This report presents the Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS) Alerting Pipeline Taxonomy, a hierarchical classification that encompasses four elements of the alerting pipeline, to help stakeholders understand and reason about required CMAS operations.
  • Best Practices in Wireless Emergency Alerts February 2014 - Special Report 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.
  • Study of Integration Strategy Considerations for Wireless Emergency Alerts February 2014 - Special Report This report identifies key challenges and offers recommendations for alert originators navigating the process of adopting and integrating the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) service into their emergency management systems.

December 2013

November 2013

  • SATURN 2014 Sponsorship Opportunities November 2013 - Brochure Many Software Engineering Institute Architecture Technology User Network (SATURN) Conference attendees are searching for real solutions in new tools, training, and technology. By sponsoring SATURN, you can make sure that the solutions they find are yours.

October 2013

  • Management of Technical Debt: A Lockheed Martin Experience Report October 2013 - Presentation This presentation was part of the Fifth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held at the ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM) 2013.
  • Technical Debt: At the Intersection of Decades of Empirical Software Engineering Research October 2013 - Presentation This presentation was part of the Fifth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held at the ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM) 2013.
  • Technical Debt: Identification, Payment, and Restructuring October 2013 - Presentation This presentation was part of the Fifth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held at the ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM) 2013.
  • Take Control of Your Technical Debt October 2013 - Presentation This presentation was part of the Fifth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held at the ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM) 2013.
  • Technical Liability: Extending the Technical Debt Metaphor October 2013 - Presentation This presentation was part of the Fifth International Workshop on Managing Technical Debt, held at the ACM/IEEE International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering and Measurement (ESEM) 2013.
  • Introduction to the Mission Thread Workshop October 2013 - Technical Report This report introduces the Mission Thread Workshop, a method for understanding architectural and engineering considerations for developing and sustaining systems of systems. It describes the three phases of the workshop and explains the steps of each.

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