Joint Agency Cost Schedule Risk and Uncertainty Handbook (JA CSRUH)

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Joint Agency Cost Schedule Risk and

Uncertainty Handbook (JA CSRUH)


Introduction

The Joint Agency Cost Schedule Risk and Uncertainty Handbook (JA CSRUH) is a cross-agency guide to assist DoD and NASA analysts applying risk and uncertainty within cost estimates. The 2014 version replaces the 2013 version previously published on this web site and incorporates improvements to the flow of the document and the supporting tools.

The Handbook has been endorsed for use by the Departments of Navy, Army and Air Force, the Missile Defense Agency (MDA), and NASA. Links to the handbook, along with supporting references, utilities, and sample models are provided below.

This web site provides:

  1. Handbook: Joint Agency Cost Schedule Risk and Uncertainty Handbook (JA CSRUH), dated 12 Mar 2014
  2. References: Previous studies referenced in the JA CSRUH
  3. Utilities: Excel spreadsheet utilities that assist with implementing techniques in the JA CSRUH Handbook
  4. Supporting documents: Supporting documents for the JA CSRUH Handbook, including the sample models used to develop examples throughout the handbook

If you experience technical problems downloading the Handbook or any of the utilities or supporting files that are available through this site, please send an email explaining your problem to the NCCA Webmaster.

Otherwise, for general comments or feedback related to this tool, please send an email with the details to: JA CSRUH


Joint Agency Cost Schedule Risk and Uncertainty Handbook

JA CSRUH 16Sep2014 (PDF)


References:

Many of the references that are listed in the Handbook can be downloaded directly from this page.


Supporting Utilities

The Handbook comes with utilities to assist analysts in applying the techniques in the Handbook. The utilities are further described in secion 7.0 of the handbook.


Supporting Documents

The supporting documents are provided to assist analysts who want a better understanding in how to apply the technicques using a particular tool. Note that individual files may require special add-ins or programs to run, such as Crystal Ball, @Risk, Microsoft Project, or ACEIT (with JACS for FICSM). The supporting documents are further described in section 7.2 of the handbook.

Click here to download all the supporting documents in a single .zip file.