Traceability of Lifecycle Funding
Eger, Robert III
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This research examines new methods to improve traceability and transparency throughout the funding lifecycle for projects, contracts, and tasks through the tenets of lifecycle systems engineering. The approach is to apply the general theory of integration enacted through the lifecycle of funding, to determine the allowable interactions with regards to effectiveness of traceability and transparency. Three tasks were outlined in the original proposal: Task 1 – Develop the artifacts to determine the measures of effectiveness (MOEs) and their utility; Task 2 – Derive a preliminary model to capture the lifecycle issues; and Task 3 – Estimate the impacts of the lifecycle model on the traceability and transparency of use of budgets.
FY15-16 Mid-Effort Report
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