NASA GSFC-STD-1001A, GODDARD TECHNICAL STANDARD: CRITERIA FOR FLIGHT PROJECT CRITICAL MILESTONE REVIEWS (01 OCT 2009)
NASA GSFC-STD-1001A, GODDARD TECHNICAL STANDARD: CRITERIA FOR FLIGHT PROJECT CRITICAL MILESTONE REVIEWS (01 OCT 2009)., The guidelines and criteria contained in this document are intended for use by the project team, the GSFC System Review Office (SRO), the Independent Program Assessment Office (IPAO), and the Chair of the NASA appointed Standing Review Board (SRB) in support of planning and implementing the reviews conducted under the authority of each organization. Such reviews range from subsystem and functional reviews to the mission-level reviews, many of which serve as Key Decision Point (KDP) gateways. The criteria defined in this document have been developed to encompass those specified by NPR 7123.1.
As a supplement to this document, the GSFC STD-1001- Appendix, “Lifecycle Review Success Criteria Key Evaluation Factors”, provides sample evaluation factors intended to be used in assessing the project’s achievements toward meeting the success criteria in the development of associated system. The sample lists are organized by review type (i.e., SRR, PDR, CDR, PER, etc.) and are a compilation of evaluation factors acquired from lesson's learned and NASA best practices. Key evaluation factors may be tailored to suit the needs of the individual project. They are typically provided as reference material to the project in support of review preparation and to the independent review panels to support the conduct of the review (agenda definition, line of questioning, etc.). The Key Evaluation Factors are not success criteria for the associated review.