Strategic Project Methodology for a Computer-Aided Engineering Design System

  • Larry D. Sieck


Many federal agencies and military establishments are investigating computer-aided engineering design (CAED) systems. Some agencies and installations are trying to make CAED systems operational and productive. If their ventures are to be successful, a systematic project methodology needs to be utilized.

This paper will present a strategic project methodology currently being used on an Army telecommunications project at Fort Huachuca, Arizona.

The paper will discuss each of the methodology phases and their related key action steps. The paper will show how each phase is designed and built to be a refinement of all previous phases.


Project Plan Site Preparation Military Establishment Contract Negotiation Project Methodology 
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© Kluwer Academic Publishers 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • Larry D. Sieck
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  1. 1.Pacific CAD, IncorporatedEl CajonUSA

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