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Joe Schofield


Joe Schofield is the President of the International Function Point Users Group. He retired from Sandia National Laboratories as a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff after a 31-year career. During twelve of those years he served as the SEPG Chair for an organization of about 400 personnel which was awarded a SW-CMM® Level 3 in 2005. He continued as the migration lead to CMMI® Level 4 until his departure. Joe has facilitated over 100 teams in the areas of software specification, team building and organizational planning by using lean six sigma and business process reengineering. Joe has taught graduate courses since 1990. He was a licensed girl’s mid-school basketball coach for 21 seasons--the last five undefeated, over a span of 50 games. He has over six dozen published papers, conference presentations and keynotes—including contributions to the books The IFPUG Guide to IT and Software Measurement (2012), IT Measurement, Certified Function Point Specialist Exam Guide, and The Economics of Software Quality. He is a CMMI Institute-certified Instructor for the Introduction to the CMMI® and two other SEI courses, Certified Software Quality Analyst, Certified Function Point Specialist, and a Certified Software Measurement Specialist. Joe is a frequent presenter in the Software Best Practices Webinar Series sponsored by Computer Aid, Inc. Joe completed his Master’s degree in MIS at the University of Arizona in 1980. By "others" he is known as a husband, father, and grandfather.

Joe Schofield