Software Productivity Consortium
Overview: The Software Productivity Consortium was a non-profit partnership of industry, government, and academia that developed processes, methods, tools, and supporting services to help its members and affiliates build high-quality, component-based systems. The SPC changed its name to the Systems and Software Consortium (SSCI). SSCI nonprofit partnership of integrators and federal government contractors, as well as selected government affiliates, focused on helping members improve the business performance of their systems and software programs. SSCI delivered value by improving systems and software engineering tools and methods that members could apply to their programs. The Consortium also offered members an environment to collaborate on problems and jointly invest in solution development. Industry members included: BAE Systems, Boeing, Citigroup, CSC, EDS, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, Unisys, UTC, and others.
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Current Status: Inactive
Last Updated: March 5, 2014