In 2010, the SEI celebrated a quarter century of leadership,
excellence, and growth in software engineering. The SEI Year in Review
describes the accomplishments of the SEI during fiscal year 2010
(October 1, 2009, through September 30, 2010). This 25th Anniversary
Year in Review highlights a few ways the SEI creates customer solutions
across a spectrum of challenges:
- The SEI launched the CERT
Resilience Management Model (CERT-RMM), helping organizations improve
their ability to carry out their missions while facing a changing risk
environment and potential disruptions (see page 8).
- The SEI
published the latest version of the Capability Maturity Model
Integration—CMMI Version 1.3, a model that is leaner and more efficient,
with clearer high-maturity concepts (see page 12).
researchers explored ways to strengthen agile practices by applying
architecture principles—helping agile meet its potential to help reduce
the footprint of traditional software offerings and move to providing
continuous delivery of new or improved capabilities (see page 15).
technical staff took their research to the field—and sky—as they
explored tactical implications for service-oriented architecture (SOA):
operating on a smartphone to access information from tactical assets
such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
The report also presents
information about the SEI, its staff members, and its organization,
including publications, demographics, and technology-transition
To obtain a printed copy of the SEI Annual Report, contact