C-17 Producibility Enhancement and Performance Improvement Program [electronic resource] / Brent Kenneth Theodore.

Theodore, Brent Kenneth.
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vtls001070322
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Ann Arbor, Mich. : ProQuest Information and learning
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70 p.
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$a The PE/PI proponents claim the process is faster at implementing design changes to the C-17 program and can provide better cost estimates for their proposals. Critics of PE/PI claim the process takes more effort because there are two contracts (one for development and one for production) instead of one.
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$a The results of this evaluation indicate that the PE/PI process does require additional effort during the development proposal phase but it more than pays for itself by implementing the improvement two years earlier with much more accurate cost and schedule estimates than the ECP process.
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The purpose of this study is to compare the old and new processes for developing product improvements onto the USAF C-17 Program. The old process was part of an Engineering Change Proposal (ECP). The new process is called the C-17 Producibility Enhancement and Performance Improvement (PE/PI) Program which augments the old ECP process by segmenting the development effort and then submitting a Follow-On ECP.
The PE/PI proponents claim the process is faster at implementing design changes to the C-17 program and can provide better cost estimates for their proposals. Critics of PE/PI claim the process takes more effort because there are two contracts (one for development and one for production) instead of one.
The results of this evaluation indicate that the PE/PI process does require additional effort during the development proposal phase but it more than pays for itself by implementing the improvement two years earlier with much more accurate cost and schedule estimates than the ECP process.
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Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 37-05, page: 1331.
Thesis (M.S.E.)--California State University, Long Beach, 1998.
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9780599289567