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Book : Systems Engineering Planning and Identity (1995)

Systems Engineering Planning and Identity

Publisher:CRC Press

Author(s):Grady, Jeffrey O.

Published: 1995 • ISBN: 084937832X • 400 pages • Delivery Format: Hard Copy - Hardback

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Summary

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This book shows the reader how to write a system engineering management plan (SEMP) that reflects the company’s identity and is appropriate to most customers’ requirements, e.g., MIL-STD-499, ISO 9001, the U.S. Air Force Integrated Management System, and EIA STD 632.The first section of this book provides a brief introduction to the process of developing a SEMP. The remainder contains a source model of a SEMP that is generic in nature. A computer disk is included with the book to provide the SEMP in a form (Microsoft Word) that can be used for the reader’s own plan.

Content / Structure

Part 1

1 Introduction

  • 1.1 What is the Purpose?
  • 1.2 Where are we Going?
  • 1.3 Why Plan?
  • 1.4 When Plan?
  • 1.5 One Man's Axioms of System Engineering

2 The Importance of Enterprise Identity

  • 2.1 It Works for People
  • 2.2 What Constitutes an Identity for an Enterprise?
  • 2.3 Customer Standards, Tailoring, and Enterprise Identity

3 Sources of Inspiration

  • 3.1 Help!
  • 3.2 AFSCM 375 Series
  • 3.3 SAMSO and BMO Standards
  • 3.4 U.S. Army Field Manual
  • 3.5 MIL-STD-499
  • 3.6 NASA System Enginering Manual
  • 3.7 Commercial and Societal Standards
  • 3.8 International Organization for Standardization
  • 3.9 DSMC Systems Engineering Management Guide
  • 3.10 Books in Print and Otherwise
  • 3.11 Selection

4 Organizational Structures

  • 4.1 Updating Matrix Management
  • 4.2 A Model program Organization Structure
  • 4.3 Physical Collocation Options
  • 4.4 Resistance to PDT
  • 4.5 Model Matrix for this Book
  • 4.6 Enterprise Integration Team (EIT)

5 Integrated Program Planning

  • 5.1 The Ultimate Requirement and Program Beginnings
  • 5.2 Program Plan Tree
  • 5.3 Know Thyself Through Generic Program Planning Data
  • 5.4 Integrated Management System Overview
  • 5.5 Generating the Six Primary Documents
    • The System Specification
    • The WBS Dictionary
    • The Statement of Work
    • Integrated Master Plan and Schedule
    • Contract Data Requirements List
  • 5.6 Work Responsibility
  • 5.7 Who Plans the Program?
  • 5.8 A Generic SEM/SEMP for You
  • 5.9 Rapid Identity Documentation

6 Continuous Process Improvement and Process Audit Provisions

  • 6.1 Is a Static Identity Adequate?
  • 6.2 Procedures Media
  • 6.3 Continuous Improvement Media
  • 6.4 Process Audit

7 SEM/SEMP Implementation

Part II - SEM/SEMP

1 Introduction

  • 1.1 Document Purpose?
  • 1.2 Functional Management Responsibility
  • 1.3 Continuous Process Improvement
  • 1.4 Application on Programs
  • 1.5 Technical Objectives
  • 1.6 Technical Plan Summary

2 Applicable Documents

  • 2.1 Government Documents
  • 2.2 Non-Government Documents

3 Development Environment

  • 3.1 Program development Environments
  • 3.2 Phasing Correlation
  • 3.3 product Composition
  • 3.4 Sequence Model Alternatives
  • 3.5 Encouraged Environments
  • 3.6 Program Information Environment
  • 3.7 Management Style and the Working Environment

4 Technical program Planning and Control

  • 4.1 Precedence of Controlling Documentation
  • 4.2 Company Organizational Structure
  • 4.3 Generic Company Process Documentation
  • 4.4 Input-process-output
  • 4.5 Program Planning Transform
  • 4.6 Program Planning Documentation
  • 4.7 Program Work Definition and Authorization
  • 4.8 Performance Tracking and Reporting
  • 4.9 Development Controls
  • 4.1 Risk Management
  • 4.11 Configuration Management
  • 4.12 Data Management
  • 4.13 Parts, Materials, and Process Standardization
  • 4.14 Supplier Technical Control
  • 4.15 Associate Contractor Relationships
  • 4.16 Customer Furnished Property

5 System Engineering Process

  • 5.1 process Overview
  • 5.2 System Definition
  • 5.3 Functional Decomposition
  • 5.4 Requirments Analysis
  • 5.5 Design and Integration
  • 5.6 Test and Evaluation Development
  • 5.7 System Analysis Development
  • 5.8 Requirements Verification
  • 5.9 System Test and Evaluation
  • 5.10 Quality Assurance Support
  • 5.11 Production Support
  • 5.12 Computer Software Coding
  • 5.13 Customer Readiness for Product Delivery
  • 5.14 Post-delivery Support
  • 5.15 System Modifications
  • 5.16 Design for Disposal
  • 5.17 Material Control
  • 5.18 Production Process Definition and Control
  • 5.19 Inspection and Acceptance Testing process Control
  • 5.20 Logistics and Operational Support

6 Specialty Engineering Integration

  • 6.1 Specialty Engineering Basis
  • 6.2 System and Specialty Engineering Discipline Summaries
  • 6.3 Generic Specialty Engineering Process Definition
  • 6.4 Specialty Engineering Tools
  • 6.5 PIT Integration Work
  • 6.6 Concurrent Development Team Activity
  • 6.7 Concurrent Development Aids

7 Notes

  • 7.1 Acronyms
  • 7.2 Special Terms

Appendix A, Traceability to External Standards

Appendix B, Program Systems Engineering Assessment Criteria

Appendix C, Task Descriptions

Main Body Index

SEM/SEMP Index

Copyright 1995 by CRC Press, Inc.

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