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Space Launch System: Management Tools Should Better Track to Cost and Schedule Commitments to Adequately Monitor Increased Risk
Space Launch System: Management Tools Should Better Track to Cost and Schedule Commitments to Adequately Monitor Increased Risk
 
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By Cristina T. Chaplain (au)
Year: 2015
Pages: 32
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-7017-0

Product Code: 1457870177

Description
 
The National Aeronautics and Space Administrationńˇ╗s (NASAńˇ╗s) Space Launch System (SLS) is NASAńˇ╗s first heavy-lift launch vehicle for human space exploration in over 40 years. For development efforts related to the first flight of SLS, NASA established its cost and schedule commitments at $9.7 billion and November 2018, respectively. The program, however, has continued to pursue more aggressive internal goals for cost and schedule. This report examines the extent to which SLSńˇ╗s (1) cost and schedule estimates for its first test flight are reliable; (2) cost and schedule reserves are available to maintain progress toward this flight test; and (3) earned value management (EVM) data provides meaningful insight into progress. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.

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