Integrating stakeholder requirements across generations of technology
Perz, Michael Robert.
Marvel, Orin E.
Berg, John R.
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Complex defense acquisition programs, such as the Global Positioning System program, have many requirements engineering challenges to overcome in order to deliver capabilities to customers and satisfy other stakeholders. To meet these challenges and stay within cost and schedule constraints, engineers and managers need system requirements information organized in a clear, complete, and efficient manner to support decision making. An effective methodology tailored to the needs of the program decision makers will ensure that important information is correct, organized, and readily accessible. The GPS program is implementing a methodology that includes standardized processes across its segments. However, the GPS program refrained from implementing a better requirements engineering approach and using its current requirements engineering tool to take advantage of this approach.
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