Transition Organization

Aerospace Corporation

Representative Frances E. Anderson
Address 15049 Conference Center Drive CH3-320
Chantilly, VA 20151
Phone 703-324-8805
Fax 703-653-8643
Web Site
Qualified Instructors Linda Ableson, Timmie McArthur
Instructors in Training Frances Anderson
TWG Members*  

The Aerospace Corporation a federally funded research and development center (FFRDC), sponsored by the Department of Defense, that provides objective technical analyses and assessments for space programs that serve the national interest. We provide specific skills, specialized facilities, and the continuity of effort required for programs that often take decades to complete. This end-to-end involvement minimizes development risks, reduces costs, and assures a high probability of mission success.

Related Products and Services

For over 40 years, The Aerospace Corporation has provided world-class leadership in software engineering. Our experts are involved in the full range of software lifecycle activities, providing objective, state-of-the-art support and training to customers across the following process and product areas:

  • Software System Acquisition

  • Software Process Assessment and Improvement

  • Software Measurement

  • Software Risk Assessment and Evaluation

  • Software System Development Support

  • Computer Forensic Analysis

In addition to providing technical assistance and training in the above areas, our work has included research. In Software Measurement, our publications have included, among others,

  • Abelson, Linda. 2002. Object-Oriented Metrics. El Segundo, California: The Aerospace Corporation. Aerospace Technical Report TR-2002(8550)-1.

  • Costello, R. J. and D. Liu. 1995. Metrics for Requirements Engineering. Journal of Systems and Software, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 39-63. New York: Elsevier Science.

  • Hoting, Sharon K. and Rita J. Costello. 1996. Computer Systems Division Software System Metrics Approach, Revision 1. El Segundo, California: The Aerospace Corporation. Aerospace Technical Report TR-96(8617)-1.

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*Not all of the TWG members from the organization are listed. Those listed have been significantly involved with the PSM project in the last 2 years and/or have been qualified to teach previous versions of PSM.

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