ASE2 CARD CATALOG ENTRY
The DoD-STD-2167A military standard provides a framework of activities, work products, reviews, etc. which can be tailored by contractors to the specific requirements of a project. The STARS program began this tailoring process by developing section-by-section guidelines for tailoring data item description (DID) sections of DoD-STD-2167A CDRL items for use as Software-First Life Cycle (SFLC) CDRL items, so they can be customized to the specific requirements of the SFLC and associated technologies, e.g., prototyping, reusability, Ada software design, and object-oriented design. This was possible since there is a one-to-one mapping between DoD-STD-2167A deliverable items and SFLC deliverable items.
Sample Tailoring of 2167A DIDs for Software-First Life Cycle, is the last of five evolving documents. It contains a description of a proposed set of deliverable items which will support the SFLC, a mapping of DoD-STD-2167A deliverable items to the proposed SFLC deliverable items, and tailoring guidelines on a section-by-section basis for DoD-STD-2167A deliverable items.
14 August 1990 IBM Initial release to ASSET 20 December 1993 ASSET Initial release to the PAL
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