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The NASA-SP-2015-3709, Human Systems Integration HSI Practitioners Guide, also known as the -HSIPG,- provides a tool for implementing HSI activities within the NASA systems engineering framework. The HSIPG is written to aid the HSI practitioner engaged in a program or project P-P, and serves as a knowledge base to allow the practitioner to step into an HSI lead or team member role for NASA missions. Additionally, this HSIPG is written to address the role of HSI in the P-P management and systems engineering communities and aid their understanding of the value added by incorporating good HSI practices into their programs and projects. Through helping to build a community of knowledgeable HSI practitioners, this document also hopes to build advocacy across the Agency for establishing strong, consistent HSI policies and practices. Human Systems Integration HSI has been successfully adopted and adapted by several federal agencies-most notably the U.S. Department of Defense DoD and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission NRC-as a methodology for reducing system life cycle costs LCCs. These cost savings manifest themselves due to reductions in required numbers of personnel, the practice of human-centered design, decreased reliance on specialized skills for operations, shortened training time, efficient logistics and maintenance, and fewer safety-related risks and mishaps due to unintended human-system interactions. The HSI process for NASA establishes how cost savings and mission success can be realized through systems engineering. Every program or project has unique attributes. This HSIPG is not intended to provide one-size-fits-all recommendations for HSI implementation. Rather, HSI processes should be tailored to the size, scope, and goals of individual situations. The instructions and processes identified here are best used as a starting point for implementing human-centered system concepts and designs across programs and projects of varying types, including manned and unmanned, human spaceflight, aviation, robotics, and environmental science missions. The practitioner using this guide should have expertise in Systems Engineering or other disciplines involved in producing systems with anticipated human interactions. See section 1.6 of this guide for further discussion on HSI discipline domains. The HSIPG provides an -HSI layer- to the NASA Systems Engineering Engine SEE, detailed in NASA Procedural Requirement NPR 7123.1B, NASA Systems Engineering Processes and Requirements, and further explained in NASA-SP-2007-6105, Systems Engineering Handbook see HSIPG Table 2.2-1, NASA Documents with HSI Content, for specific references and document versions.



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