Standard CMMI Appraisal Method for Process Improvement (SCAMPI), Version 1.1: Method Implementation Guidance for Government Source Selection and Contract Process Monitoring
September 2002 • Handbook
Rick Barbour, Melanie Benhoff, Brian P. Gallagher, Suellen Eslinger (The Aerospace Corporation), Thomas Bernard, Lisa Ming, Linda Rosa, Charlie Ryan
This 2002 report provides guidance that supplements the usage of the SCAMPI method in Government acquisition environments.
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DOI (Digital Object Identifier):10.1184/R1/6584354.v1
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SCAMPI V1.1 Method Implementation Guidance for Government Source Selection and Contract Process Monitoring provides guidance for use by Government personnel and their supporting organizations for fulfilling the objectives of the SCAMPI method in their acquisition environments.
The Standard CMMI Appraisal Method for Process Improvement (SCAMPI) is designed to provide benchmark quality ratings relative to Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) models. It is applicable to a wide range of appraisal usage modes, including both internal process improvement and external capability determinations. SCAMPI satisfies all of the Appraisal Requirements for CMMI (ARC) requirements for a Class A appraisal method and can support the conduct of ISO/IEC 15504 assessments. The SCAMPI Method Definition Document describes the requirements, activities, and practices associated with each of the processes that compose the SCAMPI method. It is intended to be one of the elements of the infrastructure within which SCAMPI Lead Appraisers conduct a SCAMPI appraisal. Precise listings of required practices, parameters, and variation limits, as well as optional practices and guidance for enacting the method, are covered. An overview of the method's context, concepts, and architecture is also provided.