The SEI is piloting an exciting new approach to improving performance. This new concept is designed to make it faster and easier to improve your software engineering processes. Combining the best of CMMI, the Team Software Process, and Six Sigma measurement and analysis techniques, this approach helps organizations accelerate the pace of performance improvement, including significantly decreasing cost, increasing quality, and improving on-time delivery. To learn more about participating in a pilot project, contact Jay Douglass (firstname.lastname@example.org, 412-268-6834) or Dave Scherb (email@example.com, 412-268-3946).
When it comes to meeting cost, schedule and performance objectives, program managers need
The ISAM project was initiated with the assumption the TSP can be the foundation that program managers need to answer questions like: Where are you in your program? How do you know for sure? ISAM is developing pilot studies to create an effective, common measurement framework for acquirers and developers based on TSP and PSP practices. Managers will be able to use data from TSP teams so that they can answer these questions with confidence.
PSP and TSP provide the framework for ISAM because with TSP and PSP precise measures are normal engineering practice. TSP also provides the management and engineering training needed for rapid and effective use of these measures.
The security of a software-intensive system is directly related to the quality of its software.
TSP fosters good practices based on engineering principles. With TSP, software teams
TSP for Secure Systems is an applied research effort to enhance TSP by incorporating processes for
TSP for Secure Systems is a collaborative effort between the TSP program and the Networked Systems Survivability program at the SEI.