This is a work-in-progress, not all questions have been answered yet -- simply a matter of time to write them, not that we don't know the answers -- but we didn't want to keep you waiting, so we're starting with that we have.
For your own self-study, and for additional information, the source material for many of the answers on CMMI come from the CMMI Institute. We've broken up the FAQs into the following sections (there will be much cross-over, as can be expected): NONE of the constellations actually contain processes themselves.
So anyone who has a problem with our posting this information is probably the kind of person who wants you to pay to get it out of them before you have enough information to even make a good decision. The information on this site has also been demonstrated to provide answers and new insights to people who are already (or thought they were) very familiar with CMMI and the appraisal.
Feedback has indicated that there is more than a fair amount of incomplete and actual incorrect information being put forth by supposed experts in CMMI. If you have any suggestions for other questions, or especially corrections, please don't hesitate to send them to us.
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The content of CMMIs are to improve upon the performance of those standards, processes and procedures -- not to define them.
Having said that, it should be noted that there will (hopefully) be overlaps between what any given organization already does and content of CMMIs.