What is the purpose of a maturity level?

A maturity level is a rating that describes the degree to which processes in an Organizational Unit meet the intents of a predefined set of Practice Areas. The rating is based on the achievement of a specified set of practice group levels within the predefined set of Practice Areas.

Some organizations, when making decisions about engaging with suppliers, consider maturity level ratings as a factor. Some of these organizations accept the results of appraisals conducted by the supplier; however others require evaluations by third-parties.

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