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Government and industry clients rely on our expertise in life cycle systems engineering from planning to requirements to projects closeout. Whether these processes involve assessment of mission management practices and project risk for NASA, functional analysis and requirements definition of Vessel Traffic Services for the U.S. Coast Guard, or specification and testing of port security modeling and simulation tools for Virginia Port Authority, we can help you harness the power of your investments in human capital and equipment.  Wondering where to go next?  Start here: Capabilities
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Systems Engineering?

Systems engineering is the process that controls the overall design, development, implementation and integration of a complex set of interacting components or systems in order to meet the needs of all users and other stakeholders within the constraints of the system's development and operational environments. 

In simple terms, systems engineering has emerged as a way to translate customer needs and requirements into complex, engineered solutions.

What is a Project?

What is a Project?  Project Management?  A Project is a temporary endeavor, having a defined beginning and end, undertaken to meet unique goals and objectives.  It is typically constrained by either date, funding, or deliverables, and many times all three.  Projects are temporary in nature, unlike ongoing operations, which includes the repetitive functional work undertaken to produce products or services.  The process of managing projects is quite different than managing ongoing, functional work, and as a result, requires a different set of management skills. 

Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives.

How do Systems Engineering and Project Management work together?

 While systems engineering has emerged in recent years as a way to translate customer needs and requirements into complex, engineered solutions, project management is used to ensure the work is done within schedule and budget, and meets the needs of all stakeholders. The modern view of project management also includes the role of a chief engineer—or systems engineer—who oversees the technical aspects of a design project. 

Cost, schedule, and quality are project constraints; the real goal is managing stakeholder requirements to ensure that their needs are met with acceptable levels of risk. Requirements and risk management are used to drive and justify cost, schedule, and quality; systems engineering and project management work hand in hand to achieve these goals.

What is Integration?

Integration is defined as the process of making diverse components work together for optimal performance as a unified whole. 

Why do I need an integrated approach?

The old adage "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts" is not always true. Without an integrated approach, more often than not a project will be sub-optimized. Sub-optimization can result in exhaustion of shared resources as sub-systems compete rather than work in concert with one another. 

How do I tailor Systems Engineering /Project Management to my project?

Contact Reed Integration; we can help custom tailor systems engineering and project management solutions that are scaled to suit your specific business needs. Our training and consultancy combine the latest research with expertise in modern tools and techniques for solving real world problems, based on many years of proven commercial and government experience in the practical application of Systems Engineering and Project Management. 

What do I get from a certificate program? 

All of our programs are university based, backed by practical knowledge through real world, instructor led training. Additionally, all of our certificate programs offer graduate credits at completion toward a Master’s degree at an SACS Accredited University. 

Why is training important for my organization?

Training and personal development are a strategic advantage for leading companies today. Winning in today's highly competitive business environment can be tough. Our objective is to help you drive your competitiveness through training, consulting, and process improvement. Contact us today to learn how we can help you achieve your goals.

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In an AON survey, respondents ranked “opportunities for personal growth” as the main reason they took their current job and stayed in that job. Significantly, they ranked it ahead of salary.

According to a study by Louis Harris & Associates for Interim Services Inc., companies that fail to train their employees are more than three times as likely to lose them.

“What’s worse than training your workers and losing them? Not training them and keeping them.” —Zig Ziglar, success speaker

5 Reasons to Choose Reed

Customization – We fit the training to the exact needs of your organization, and will even include your logo and name with ours.

Flexibility – Let us know what format fits yours schedule and we’ll make it work. Weekdays, weekends, and evenings.

Convenience – Your people won’t have to leave their workplace.

Reduced Training Expenses – We provide materials, instructors, and all course related costs in one price.

Quality – As a PMI Registered Education Provider, Reed is required to abide by PMI established quality assurance criteria.

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