Organization
Organization Name: Emergent Space Technologies, Inc.
Organizational Unit: Space Technology Software Development Business Line
Appraisal Sponsor Name: George Davis
Lead Appraiser Name: Cecil Martin
Partner Name: Martin Process Solutions, Inc.

Organizational Unit Description
Basic Units / Support Functions:
F6-CaPSat
    Austin, TX United States
**Sensitive**
    Austin, TX United States
**Sensitive**
    Denver, Coloardo United States
**Sensitive**
    Greenbelt, Maryland United States
**Sensitive**
    Greenbelt, MD United States
**Sensitive**
    Austin, TX United States
**Sensitive**
    Greenbelt, Maryland United States

Organizational Sample Size
% of people included: 81
% of projects/units included: 58
Org Scope Description: There are 43 FTEs and 11 projects and 1 support function within organizational scope. Thirty-five (81.4%) of the 43 FTEs assigned to the OU and 7 (58.3%) projects and support function are within appraisal scope and were sampled to provide OE. Four (57%) of the 7 employees outside of the OU provided affirmations. Therefore 39 (78%) of EST 50 employees provided OE.

Appraisal Description
Last Day of Appraisal Onsite: Jan 28, 2016
Appraisal Expiration Date: Jan 28, 2019
Appraisal Method Used: SCAMPI V1.3 A
Model Information: CMMI-DEV v1.3
Sampling Summary
Sampling Factors: Location (Not Relevant: Location does not cause variation in the way work is done because once NOH determines the subgroup a project is placed in it must follow the defined processes for that subgroup without variations.)

Customer (Not Relevant: The customer of each of the 11 EST Space Technology SW Developments Projects is directly or indirectly a NASA organization or one of its contractors so customer type does not cause variations in the work is performed.)

Size (Not Relevant: Size per se is not the cause of variation in how work is done. However, the sampling factor '# of hours' essentially represents this sampling factor as described in the MDD, but the label 'number of hours' as defined below causes variations in how work gets done.)

Organizational Structure (Not Relevant: Organization structure does not cause variations in the way development processes are performed because same project type work is done the same way at all locations once NOH determines which subgroup a project is placed in.)

Type of Work (Not Relevant: Type of work is not relevant because all Space Technology SW Development Project’s work is relatively one type and all work efforts are focused towards advancing the application of space flight technology using rigorous processes and methods.)

No of Hours (NOH): The estimated No of Hours that it takes to deliver a product relative to customer requirements.

Sampling Factor Values: => 1800 hours (No of Hours (NOH)): Projects that take 1800 or more hours to deliver its products in accordance with customer requirements.

< 1800 (No of Hours (NOH)): Projects that take < 1800 hours to deliver its products in accordance with customer requirements.

Subgroups:
LP: Large Projects (LP) that takes more than 1800 hours to deliver its products.
42 People, 11 Basic Units
- => 1800 hours

Model Scope and Appraisal Ratings
CMMI-DEV v1.3
Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5
REQM
PP
PMC
SAM
MA
PPQA
CM
RD
TS
PI
VER
VAL
OPF
OPD
OT
IPM
RSKM
DAR
OPP
QPM
OPM
CAR
Maturity Level:Maturity Level 3