System Engineering for Faster , Cheaper , Better

  title={System Engineering for Faster , Cheaper , Better},
  author={Dr. Kevin Forsberg and Mr. Harold Mooz},
  • Dr. Kevin Forsberg, Mr. Harold Mooz
  • Published 1998
The continued thrust to increase competitiveness and shorten time-to-market in industry, and the more recent effort to " reinvent " the procurement process in government, has created sustained pressure to adopt new paradigms for aerospace projects. The banner of " faster, cheaper, better " places emphasis on use of Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) systems and components, Non-Development Items (NDI) (previously developed products that are not commercially available), and advanced, lightweight… CONTINUE READING
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