Defining an enterprise lead systems integration (LSI) framework
Vaneman, Warren K.
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In the modern operational environment, multiple systems forming a System of Systems (SoS) are required to satisfy the spectrum of capabilities needed to satisfy the mission. Accomplishing the mission has always been a SoS endeavor, where integrating multiple systems into a SoS has been left to small communities of “hero engineers,” or to the operators responsible for the mission. The acquisition and management of these mission capabilities across the SoS lifecycle requires the complex integration of interdependent new and legacy systems from the lowest component level to the highest enterprise level. In 2008, Congress directed government organizations to adopt a Lead System Integration (LSI) process to address the issues with the acquisition, development, and integration of a SoS. This paper introduces an LSI Enterprise Framework that identifies the various levels of interaction, organizational functions, and the universal resources to ensure the enterprise provides a SoS that delivers the required capabilities.
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