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This Guide presents a tailored version of a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and Department of Defense (DoD) technology readiness assessment model to assist in identifying those elements and processes of technology development requiredWhat is the NASA and DoD technology assessment model?
proven NASA and DoD technology assessment model that will assist DOE Program Offices in identifying those elements and processes of technology development required to reach proven maturity levels to ensure project success. A successful project is a project that satisfies itsWhat is a Technology Readiness Assessment (TRA)?
A technology readiness assessment (TRA) is a systematic, evidence -based process that evaluates the maturity of hard ware and software technologies critical to the performance of a larger system or the fulfillment of the key objectives of an acquisition program. TRAs, which measure the technicalWhat is a critical Technology Assessment (TRA)?
“A TRA is a systematic, metric-based process and accompanying report that assesses the maturity of certain technologies [called Critical Technology Elements (CTEs)] used in systems.”