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[ann] Call for papers 8th Annual CMMI Technology Conference and User Group (deadline extended)

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  • Hillel Glazer
    This year s theme: (something I suspect many of you would enjoy sounding-off about...) Do we need CMMI levels to be successful in process improvement? ...
    Message 1 of 1 , May 24, 2008
      This year's theme:
      (something I suspect many of you would enjoy sounding-off about...)

      "Do we need CMMI levels to be successful in process improvement?"

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      From: Brian Gallagher <bg@...>

      Reminder: Abstracts for sessions and tutorials are still being accepted!

      Call for Papers:


      The CMMI(R) was developed in cooperation with the Department of Defense,
      Industry and the Software Engineering Institute, and has become the defacto
      standard for integrated process improvement across multiple disciplines
      within commercial, Department of Defense and government organizations.
      Although sponsored by the Department of Defense and NDIA, the CMMI(R) is used
      by commercial as well as government and industry organizations, and this
      conference will address all applications. The purpose of CMMI(R) is to provide
      for improvements in cost, schedule and overall quality of projects in
      engineering development by eliminating "stovepipe" maturity models and
      allowing organizations to integrate their process improvement and
      engineering development efforts, and strengthen the systems engineering
      component of all development programs. CMMI(R) has been shown to reduce costs,
      to implement internal process improvement, including appraisals (assessments
      & evaluations) and provide a common baseline and lexicon for process

      Sessions and Tutorials

      We also invite interested parties to submit proposals to the conference
      co-chairs for complete sessions on specific CMMI(R) topics or related set of
      topics that support the conference theme and objectives, as well as
      tutorial topics for Monday, November 17, 2008.
      Proposals should provide details on the specific content/topics being

      Abstracts must be submitted no later than May 31, 2008 via the link below.
      To submit an abstract please visit

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