Software Engineering Institute

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The Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI) is a federally funded research and development center headquartered on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. SEI also has offices in Arlington, Virginia, and Frankfurt, Germany. The SEI operates with major funding from the U.S. Department of Defense. The SEI also works closely with industry and academia through research collaborations.

The SEI program of work is conducted in three principal areas: management practices, engineering practices, and acquisition practices.

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History

Since 1984, the SEI has served the nation as a federally funded research and development center based at Carnegie Mellon University, an organization that is well known for its highly rated programs in computer science and engineering. As part of Carnegie Mellon, the SEI operates at the leading edge of technical innovation. The SEI staff has advanced software engineering principles and practices and has served as a national resource in software engineering, computer security, and process improvement. See SEI Statistics and History for an overview of our accomplishments.

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