TQ&E (Technical Quality and Excellence) Checkpoint Reviews are typically held to provide additional insight, suggestions, and recommendations to projects as they are preparing for an upcoming milestone. TQ&E will assemble a panel to review the materials developed and provide feedback based on the Checkpoint Objectives that projects or groups define themselves.
ECM (Enterprise Content Management) is the NASA IV&V Program’s enterprise content management system, a formalized means of organizing and storing documents and other content that relates to the Program’s processes and activities.
EPISODE 26: NASA IV&V
NASA Independent Verification and Validation Program Director Greg Blaney discusses the impact of IV&V on high-profile NASA missions.
Heritage Reviews are performed as part of IV&V Project Initiation. Heritage reviews are intended to: (1) Ensure faults do not cascade from one project to another through inheritance or reuse of hardware interfaces and software. (2) Promote IV&V team understanding of previous faults, past developer assumptions, and on-orbit anomaly impacts, supporting a more complete scoping […]
IV&V Boot Camp
IV&V Boot Camp is a 2-3 day training course for new IV&V Program technical employees.
IV&V Lessons Learned and Organizational Learning System Level Procedure (SLP)
The purpose of this system level procedure (SLP) is to promote organizational learning and to establish a consistent and documented method of capturing Lessons Learned within the NASA IV&V Program.
IV&V Lessons Learned Tool
IV&V Program lessons learned repository, including text and links to Video lessons.
IV&V Management System (IMS)
The IV&V Management System (IMS) is an ISO 9001 and ISO 17020 certified quality management system. The Webpage is a collection of processes and supporting documents that provide guidance on how NASA’s IV&V Program conducts business and provides services to stakeholders.