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EXPERIENCE WINDOW

The purpose of the Experience Window is to provide a quick check of your

experience and evaluate that experience against your capability to perform a

particular task. This is particularly important if you are in the process of bidding

a task. It can also be used as the first step in determining whether you should

seek additional capability in order to perform a task you already have. Table

A12-1 shows the inputs for the Experience Window.

If you determine you do not have the experience, the next step is to use the

Capability Matrix to refine your needs. A sample Capability Matrix is shown in

Table A12-2 and described in Attachment 10 with further information provided

in Cause Description 1b and 1b (NO).

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T a b l e A 1 2 - 1 — E x p e r i e n c e W i n d o w

Have Customer Have Product Capability to

Condition Experience Experience Perform

1 Yes Yes High

2 No Yes Moderate

3 Yes No Low

4 No No Unknown

T a b l e A 1 2 - 2 — C a p a b i l i t y M a t r i x

Project A Project B Project C Project D Project E Project F

Task 1 X

Task 2 X X X

Task 3

Task 4 X

Task 5 X X

Task 6 X

Task 7 X

Task 8 X X

Task 9