CMMC Kill Chain [updated for CMMC v2.0]
The updated version of the CMMC Kill Chain introduces the theory of constraints as it applies to your Critical Resources & Acquisition Path (CRAP). Yes. The CMMC Kill Chain will help you figure out and manage your CRAP.
The premise of the CMMC Kill Chain is to build a viable project plan from the perspective of a prioritized listing of tasks in order to successfully prepare for and pass a CMMC assessment. This helps establish your CRAP, since errors or misguided adventures with people, processes and technology earlier in CMMC practice/process implementation activities will have cascading effects, so the CMMC Kill Chain is meant to provide a model for prioritizing CMMC-related pre-assessment activities.
The concept is straightforward - if you apply a prioritized, phased approach towards CMMC-related pre-assessment activities, it is possible to avoid rework by addressing dependencies earlier in the process. The bottom line is this model breaks down CMMC into twenty-three (23) major steps, which can then be translated into a project plan. The end result is a viable approach for anyone to use in order to create a prioritized project plan for CMMC pre-assessment activities. You're welcome!