Definition Edit

A vertically integrated schedule "ensures that the start and completion dates for activities are aligned with such dates on subsidiary schedules supporting tasks and subtasks. Such mapping or alignment among subsidiary schedules enables different groups — such as government teams and contractors — to work to the same master schedule, and provides assurance that the representation of the schedule to different audiences is consistent and accurate."[1]

References Edit

  1. DoD Business Systems Modernization: Air Force Business System Schedule and Cost Estimates, at 10.

See also Edit

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