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CMMI Institute

Capability Counts 2019

30 April & 1 May, 2019

Reston, VA

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Speaker Profile

John Marinaro, Vice President of Federal Civilian Division

KeyLogic

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About

John Marinaro — KeyLogic’s Vice President, Federal/Civilian Division, and Quality Manager — is a retired NASA Senior Executive. His NASA and FAA assignments include: Director, Safety Engineering, NASA Safety Center; Program Manager, NASA Software IV&V Services, NASA IV&V Facility (including Space Shuttle, Space Station, Hubble Telescope and Mars Rovers); Executive Director, NASA Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel (Space Shuttle Return to Flight after Columbia Mishap); and Implementation Program Manager, FAA Air Traffic Control Radar Engineering.

SPEAKER PRESENTATION

Agile Project Management and Microsoft TFS: An Innovative Approach to Quality

Conference Track: CMMI: One Size DOES Fit All

KeyLogic used a combination of an Agile project management framework and Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) to manage the transition from Waterfall to Agile in a CMMI-DEV ML3 organization while developing and delivering critical software to two Federal agencies and simultaneously achieving initial ISO 9001:2015 Certification. Results: All major success criteria objectives were met; Velocity – 566 Tasks Completed vs 606 Planned (93%), Utilization – 2311 Actual Hours vs 2039 Planned (113%), Risk Management – 41 Critical Risks/8 Medium Risks resolved on schedule (8 Sprints). KeyLogic continues to use this same framework for ongoing quality management.

Agile Project Management and Microsoft TFS: An Innovative Approach to Quality

Conference Track: CMMI: One Size DOES Fit All

KeyLogic used a combination of an Agile project management framework and Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) to manage the transition from Waterfall to Agile in a CMMI-DEV ML3 organization while developing and delivering critical software to two Federal agencies and simultaneously achieving initial ISO 9001:2015 Certification. Results: All major success criteria objectives were met; Velocity – 566 Tasks Completed vs 606 Planned (93%), Utilization – 2311 Actual Hours vs 2039 Planned (113%), Risk Management – 41 Critical Risks/8 Medium Risks resolved on schedule (8 Sprints). KeyLogic continues to use this same framework for ongoing quality management.