IPSE = Integrated Project Support Environment
(or Integrated Programming Support Environment
ASPE = Ada Programming Support Environment
FRIPSE = Formal Reasoning Integrated Programming Support Environment
GRIPSE = Graphical Integrated Programming Support Environment
Keep in mind, Dijkstra's rant is about the formal programming hype of the late 1980s which he didn't consider to be fruitful, wise man he was.
Some further links:
When searching, adding "Formal Verification" might be helpful, as that was the core idea. After all, programming is just mathematics, right? So it should be possible to program in a way that makes it possible to prove the correctness in an automated, formalized way. Thankfully that's mostly (*1) dead by now.
What does live on is the idea of functional programming as a paradigm, further refining certain ways of design and coding. As so often, what happened, got similarities to the clasic Hype Cycle, were above projects where at the forefront of hype, while today we're way into the production plateau. Most high hopes didn't come true as predicted (flying cars) while at the same time realistic application has taken over.
As a side note, if there's any writing of his that can be considered most famous, then it's his 1968 "Go To Statement Considered Harmful". This one influenced eventually each and every modern programming language (except possibly Brainfuck).
*1 - There are languages like Haskel and Erlang that do incooperate and even enforce formal programming due their strict functional style. Still hard to see them becoming mainstream the same way structured languages did.