Capability maturity level of an software organization is a critical matters. CMMI® as a framework for software development process can be used as guidance toward improving product and service process. The research method in this work is inspired by the approach of CMMI® for creating a list of questions based on the areas of project planning, monitoring and control. Furthermore, the process area of planning, monitoring and control over the projects of the CMMI® is mapped to the standard project management PMBOK®. Results of the mapping are attributed to factors that cause the failure of a project. This research shows that achievement goal by generic and specific practices in the processes areas of Project Planning are as follows: 71.45% at GG2, 71.45 SG1, 65.71%, SG2, and 93.33% in SG3. While in the process area of Project Monitoring and Control 84% practices conducted in GG2, 67.04% in SG1, and 82.22% in SG2. Thus we can conclude the effect of the process areas of CMMI ® to the success of a project and the factors influencing the failure of a project on the practices CMMI ® is not done in the implementation process.