The WSSC Integrated System Implementation Projectby Stephen E. Robinson, DBD Systems, Inc, Washington, Suburban Sanitary Commission, Project, Alexandria, VA, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Computer Applications in Water Resources
Abstract: The software development effort conducted for the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission began in October, 1981 and has been in process since that date. The goal of the effort is to produce an integrated software environment that coordinates the efforts of three primary groups within the commission. This paper discusses the approach taken by L. DiGioia, Manager, Information Systems Division, in establishing the project direction taken in the development of the application systems targeted toward achieving an integrated environment for these operational groups. The paper describes the statement of the situation that existed at the WSSC in October, 1981, followed by the theoretical System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) approach that was employed throughout the project. Project staffing levels are then discussed. The reasons for the success of the project are identified in the section entitled Conclusions.
Subject Headings: Project management | Integrated systems | Computer software | Information systems | Suburbs | Life cycles | Sewers | Managers | Systems management | Washington | North America | United States
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