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Deliverable Mapping Project Completes v1.0 Software for the Human Research Program
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Deliverable Mapping Project Completes v1.0 Software for the Human Research Program

The Deliverable Mapping project met their schedule milestones on December 7, 2018, and has delivered v1.0 of the Deliverable Mapping software to the Human Research Program (HRP) Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) element. The Deliverable Mapping Project provides a semi-automated listing of program deliverables to enable the HRP to communicate deliverable needs and planning between HRP and the Exploration Missions, e.g., the Gateway Program for lunar surface and deep space missions. The main benefits of this product are that it: 1) Enables HRP to more effectively communicate and plan deliverables with customers; 2) Enables the Program Science Office to more clearly communicate and maintain a consistent definition and understanding of deliverable types and deliverable maturation across elements; and 3) Enhances the data collection, data processing, and IT software in an effort to successfully integrate and automate program deliverables data between the Human Research Roadmap Content Management System and the Human Research Program Integrated Management System.

BACKGROUND: The Deliverable Mapping 1.0 product is a semi-automated listing that identifies maturation deliverable types (standards, solutions, and knowledge), crew health and performance system impacts, customers (Exploration Mission Programs), delivery lifecycle milestones (System Requirements Reviews, Preliminary Design Reviews, etc.), Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs), and more. The Human Research Program works to predict, assess, and solve the problems that humans encounter in space. Planned future missions will dramatically increase the scope of the challenges and demands that NASA's astronauts face. The HRP is working to improve astronauts' abilities to collect data, solve problems, respond to emergencies, and remain healthy during and after extended space travel.

NASA PROGRAM FUNDING: Human Research Program Science Management Office

TEAM: Helen Stewart (Project Lead), Tristan Le, and Jenessa Lin; HUMAN HEALTH AND PERFROMANCE DIRECTORATE (CODE SA), JOHNSON SPACE CENTER (JSC): Mike Waid (External Programs/Projects Interface Lead), Cynthia Haven, Lindy Kimmel (Wyle), Mychal Miller (Wyle), Lisa Simonsen (Wyle), and Susan Steinberg (Wyle)

POINT OF CONTACT: Helen Stewart,

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