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Systems Engineering Management Planning, Organization and Control
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Primary Function The primary function of systems engineering  management is to facilitate the timely  integration of numerous design considerations  into a functioning system that will be of high  value to the customer.  ( Systems Engineering and Analysis , Blanchard & Fabrycky, p. 659) Complete projects that Are on time Are within cost Meet performance requirements ( Design for Electrical and Computer Engineers , Ford & Coulston, p.195 )
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Systems Engineering & Management
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Management Responsible for the successful  execution and completion of the project. At a minimum, answers (at least  addresses) the questions of What is to be done? When should it be done? Who is responsible for doing it? Where will it be done? How will it be done?
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Program Plans & Specs “The plan is nothing; planning is everything.” Gen. D.W. Eisenhower Note relationship of SEMP to other documents.
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Program Plan, A-Spec & SOW Program Plan A-Spec SOW Need * # Goals, Objectives * # Constraints * # Operational Concepts, Scenarios * # Assumptions * # External Interfaces * # Major Segments, Subsystems * # Budget * Schedule * Management * * Addressed directly;   # Brief; captures SRS/A-Spec
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SEMP (see Fig 18.4) What & How the SE functions are to be  performed Provides structure, policy, and procedures Project specific; Supports PMP ~Three Parts (see Figure 18.4, B&F) I: Prog reqts, SOW , WBS , tasks, org  structure, scheduling, risk mgmt II: SE process steps (reqts, trades, T&E) III: Specialty Engrg (“ilities,” safety, HuFac)
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System Engineering Tasks (see p.665) Needs analysis & feasibility studies Define operational requirements, maint. and support  concepts, & TPMs. System level functional analysis and allocation Prepare System Spec (A-spec) Prepare SEMP, TEMP, Configuration Management  Plan Over-see synthesis, analysis, & evaluation efforts Plan, conduct formal design reviews Monitor test activities Coordinate system design changes Maintain liaison with all other relevant organizations
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Statement of Work (SOW) Scope and description of work Narrative description of work to be performed Clear/unambiguous, concise, accurate, avoid  repetition Contractual Document Contents: Top level summary of tasks; multi-level (~3 or more) “Workflow” – relationships to other tasks References specs, standards, etc. (e.g., A-spec) Expected results/output 
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W O R K B R E A K D O W N S T R U C T U R E (Note: These charts represent an augmentation of the  6 basic charts on DoD Work Breakdown Structure.)
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What It Is A means of organizing system  development activities based on system  and product decompositions.
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course SYS 302 taught by Professor Dr.hager during the Spring '11 term at Embry-Riddle FL/AZ.

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