New Acquisition Policy and Its Impact on Programs from a Systems Engineering Perspective

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2. DoDI 5000.02: 2003 versus 2008 New Policy Directed by Congress New or Revised Regulatory Policy Impact on Programs and Systems Engineering

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New Acquisition Policy and Its Impact on Programs from a Systems Engineering Perspective Systems Engineering Summit March 4, 2009 Sharon Vannucci Assistant Deputy Director for SE Policy and Guidance Systems and Software Engineering Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition and Technology)

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Topics DoDI 5000.02: 2003 versus 2008 New Policy Directed by Congress New or Revised Regulatory Policy Impact on Programs and Systems Engineering – A Discussion Backup (for in-your-face approach wonks!): Statutory and Regulatory Information Milestone Requirements New/Revised Enclosures to DoDI 5000.02

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Comparison of 2003 versus 2008: Subtle, But Substantial Changes User Needs and Technology Opportunities Defense Acquisition Management Framework - 2003 Program Initiation C A B FOC IOC Concept Refinement Technology Development System Development & Demonstration Production & Deployment Operations & Support Design Readiness Review FRP Decision Review Concept Decision Defense Acquisition Management System - 2008 Focus of real changes User Needs Technology Opportunities & Resources Program Initiation C A B IOC FOC Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Development Engineering & Manufacturing Development Production & Deployment Operations & Support Post PDR Assessment FRP Decision Review Materiel Development Decision Post-CDR Assessment PDR 3 or

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Sources of Change Policy spilling out of various new/modified areas of Public Law since 2003 (some with different prerequisites) Approved strategy showing up in more than 25 approach notices and DoD reactions to the GAO, IG, and Congress Reference to ten refreshed or recently issued DoD distributions Consideration of more than 700 Defense Acquisition Policy Working Group (DAPWG) remarks

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CDD CPD O&S FCB MDD initially . . . Innovation Opportunities & Resources User Needs An A B C Operations & Support Production & Deployment Materiel Solution Analysis Engineering & Manuf Development ICD Strategic Guidance Joint Concepts Capabilities - Based Assessment Technology Development Incremental Development COCOM OSD/JCS Acquisition Process JCIDS "Taking after the Materiel Development Decision (MDD), the MDA may approve section into the securing administration framework anytime steady with stage particular passageway criteria and statutory necessities."

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C A CDD CPD Changes to Decision Points User Needs Technology Opportunities & Resources B IOC FOC Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Development Engineering and Manufacturing Development Production & Deployment Operations & Support ICD Materiel Development Decision FRP Decision Review Post-PDR Assessment Post-CDR Assessment CDR AoA PDR or Pre-Systems Acquisition Systems Acquisition Sustainment Old (2003) New (2008) Change from 2003 Concept Decision (CD) Materiel Development Decision (MDD) MDD required preceding entering the procurement lifecycle anytime Post-PDR Assessment MDA's evaluation of PM's PDR Report (if PDR is after MS B) N/A Design Readiness Review (DRR) Post-CDR Assessment MDA's appraisal of PM's Post-CDR Report

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C A CDD CPD Changes to Phases User Needs Technology Opportunities & Resources B IOC FOC Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Development Engineering and Manufacturing Development Production & Deployment Operations & Support ICD Materiel Development Decision FRP Decision Review Post CDR Assessment Post PDR Assessment AoA PDR CDR or Systems Acquisition Sustainment Pre-Systems Acquisition Old (2003) New (2008) Change from 2003 More hearty AoA (consequence of changes to JCIDS) Concept Refinement (CR) Materiel Solution Analysis Technology Development (TD) Competitive prototyping Systems Development & Demonstration (SDD) Engineering & Manufacturing Development (EMD) More powerful framework building

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Mandated Milestone A for MDAPs Mandates Milestone An endorsement preceding innovation advancement for a noteworthy weapon framework Requires MDA Certification before Milestone A for MDAPs Changed Milestone B Certification Requirements Mandates revealing and warning of program cost changes

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CDD CPD Preliminary Design Review B C Engineering & Manufacturing Development Technology Development Post CDR Assessment Post PDR Assessment PDR CDR or PDR Before Milestone B PDR After Milestone B Planned in Technology Development Strategy (TDS) PDR Report gave to MDA at MS B Includes prescribed prerequisites exchanges Planned in Acquisition Strategy (AS) PDR Report gave to MDA before the Post-PDR Assessment Reflects necessities exchanges At Post-PDR Assessment, MDA considers PDR Report; decides action(s) required to accomplish APB goals, and issues ADM

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CDD CPD Engineering and Manufacturing Development B C System Capability and Manufacturing Process Demonstration Integrated System Design Post-CDR Assessment Post PDR Assessment CDR PDR or Old (2003) New (2008) Change from 2003 At CDR, PM accept control of the underlying item pattern for all Class 1 Configuration Items. Coordinated System Design System Design System Demonstration System Capability and Manufacturing Process Demonstration Manufacturing forms viably illustrated; creation agent article(s) exhibited in proposed condition; T&E surveys changes to mission capacity and operational bolster in light of client needs.

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New Policy Directed by Congress Military Equipment Valuation (representing military hardware) MDA Certification at Milestones A & B Cost sort contract for EMD Phase requires composed assurance by MDA Lead Systems Integrator Restrictions Replaced System Sustainment Plan Configuration Steering Boards (CSBs )

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New Policy Directed by Congress Continued… New MAIS Reporting Requirements "Time-Certain" IT Business Systems Development Defense Business Systems Oversight MDA appraisal of consistence with substance, natural, radiological, and atomic survivability (CBRN) necessities at Milestones B and C Data Management Strategy

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New Policy Directed by Congress Continued… Detailed Acquisition of Services Policy Independent administration surveys (Peer Reviews) for provisions and administrations contracts Interim Beyond-LRIP Report DOT&E's Role in Testing Force Protection Equipment/Non-Lethal Weapons Nunn-McCurdy break/APB Revision Procedure Cost of vitality in AoA and asset gauge

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New or Revised Regulatory Policy Contract Incentives Strategy Program Support Reviews (PSRs) Integrated Developmental and Operational Test and Evaluation Restricted utilization of execution prerequisites that don't bolster KPPs Comparison with current mission abilities amid OT&E Assessment of Operational Test Readiness (AOTR) Detailed Systems Engineering Policy RAM Strategy

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New or Revised Regulatory Policy Continued… Contracting for Operational Support Services Approval of Technology Development Strategy before arrival of last RFP for TD Phase Configuration Management approach Approval of Acquisition Strategy preceding arrival of last RFP for EMD or any succeeding stage Life-Cycle Sustainment Plan (LCSP) Review and evaluation of new or adjusted interchanges waveforms Evolutionary Acquisition Revised

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Evolutionary Acquisition From two procedures To one process Capability is conveyed in additions, perceiving in advance requirement for future capacity upgrades. Every addition: relies on upon develop innovation is a militarily valuable and supportable operational capacity Successive Technology Development Phases might be expected to develop innovation for different augmentations. Incremental Development: End-state is known; prerequisites met after some time in a few additions Spiral Development: End-state is not known; necessities for augmentations subordinate upon innovation development and client input No spirals!

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Policy Enabling Systems Engineering Technical Reviews Preliminary Design Review (PDR) – Required Before MS B: PDR Report to the MDA for MS B After MS B: PDR Report to the MDA Post-PDR Assessment and ADM Critical Design Review (CDR) – Required Post-CDR Report to the MDA Post-CDR Assessment and ADM

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Preliminary Design Review When reliable with Technology Development Phase destinations, related prototyping action, and the MDA endorsed TDS, the PM should arrange a Preliminary Design Review (PDR) before Milestone B. PDR arranging might be reflected in the TDS and should be led for the applicant design(s) to set up the apportioned benchmark (equipment, programming, human/emotionally supportive networks) and basic structures to characterize a high-certainty plan. All framework components (equipment and programming) should be at a level of development proportionate with the PDR passage and leave criteria. An effective PDR will advise necessities exchanges; enhance cost estimation; and recognize remaining outline, mix, and assembling dangers. The PDR might be led at the framework level and incorporate client agents and related affirmation specialists. The PDR Report should be given to the MDA at Milestone B and incorporate prescribed necessities exchanges based upon an appraisal of cost, timetable, and execution chance. On the other hand

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Preliminary Design Review Post-PDR Assessment . On the off chance that a PDR has not been directed before Milestone B, the PM might get ready for a PDR when doable after program start. PDR arranging might be reflected in the Acquisition Strategy and led steady with the arrangements indicated in section 5.d.(6). Taking after PDR, the PM should arrange and the MDA might direct a fo

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