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2013 Year in Review

The SEI Year in Review, an annual report of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University, spotlights projects and initiatives that demonstrate the SEI's value to its sponsors and customers in government and industry, and which demonstrate the ways in which the SEI is advancing the field of software engineering to meet emerging challenges. 

The 2013 SEI Year in Review highlights the institute's work in the following areas:

  • Agile in the Department of Defense (DoD)
  • Independent Program Assessments for Large-Scale Systems
  • Making Sense of DoD Software Program Data
  • The Team Software Process (TSP)
  • The SEI's Role in the National Science Foundation's XSEDE Project
  • Addressing Challenges in Cloud Computing at the Tactical Edge
  • The Business Value of the Checkpoint Diagnostic
  • Using TSP-PACE Data to Measure Software Development Performance Effectiveness
  • Using Digital Forensics Tools Speed Investigations
  • Unintentional Insider Threat
  • The Use of Cyber Resilience Reviews in Critical Infrastructure Settings
  • The Value of the STEPfwd Training Platform to the DoD
  • Mapping CERT Solutions to Microsoft's Simplified Security Development Lifecycle
  • Secure Coding
  • Understanding the State of Cyber Intelligence
  • Architecting Systems of the Future
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