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.
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.
Knowledge Sharing Session Videos
Video recordings (presentation audio) of Tech Discussions, Monday Workshops, Training sessions (technical concepts, tool training, etc.). Recordings are logged and posted for future viewing.