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Unformatted text preview: AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Le55on 3.1 — Module Introduction FIESUUREES I PRINT I HELP Module Introduction ACQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 3.1 - Module Introduction FIESI'IIIEEES PHIHT i HELP Module Introduction TOE ”Few ER Sui-min Long Desci'ipfion Animation titled ACQlGI Fundamentals of Acquisition Management Acquisition Management shows two half- circle diagrams-containing nine circles each. The circles are numbered one through eighteen to represent the 18 content-based modules. Module 3, entitled Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System is highlighted. Closed Caplioning Welcome to the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System Module. The Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System {REDS} process plays a key role in identifying the capabilities that Warfigbters need to support the National Security Strategy, the National Defense Strategy,- and the National Military Strategy. This module will show you how successful delivery of l1.I'|.I'arfighter capabilities relies on the JCIDS process worlo'ng in concert with other joint and Dot) decision processes. AEQIG] Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson _-..1 — Module Introduction RESDUREES | PRINT I HELP Module Objectives JCIDS Dbjectiyes You shouid be abie to recognize that the Joint Capabiiities Integration and Deyeioprnent System BEIGE) is the key driver of new defense acquisition program requirements. Uiqcttlvcs At the end of this iesson you wiii be able to: - Recognize the user's [Warfighter'sj roie and toois in identifying capability deficiencies through the JCIDS process I Recognize the key piayers and documents governing the JCIDS process - Recaii the importance of the Capabiiity Requirements and Capabiiities-Based Assessment (EBA) process - Identify the preferred order of non-materiei and materiel soiudons contained in the KIDS - Name the documents, deyeioped by the user, that refine initiai systems capabilities and specify operationai performance parameters I Recognize why net- ready interoperabiiity must be considered with all affected LLB. and Aiiied systems AEQID] Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson _-..1 — Module Introduction FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Joint Capabilities Integration and Deyeiopm-ent System {JCIDS} Introduction The primary objective of the Joint Capabiiities Integration and Deyeiopment System DEEDS) is to ensure that the capabilities required by the joint Warfighter to successfiiiiy execute their missions are identified with their associated operational! performance criteria. JCCEDS is often referred to as the requirements generation process. Requirements identified through JCIDS can be addressed by either a materiel or non- materiei soiution or a combination of both. Non- Materiei soiutions are documented in a DGTMLPF-P Change Recommendation {DER}. Matenei Decisions are documented in a Capabifities Document. The Capabiiities documents are the Enitiai, Deyeiopment, and Production (BSD, CDD, CPD). The DoD defines and yaiidates requirements through the JCIDS and deyeiops technoiogy, produces weapons systems, and provides iogistics support through the Defense Acquisition System. JCIDS is aiso a key supporting process for DoD acquisition and Pianning, Programming, and Budget Execution [PPBEJ processes. AEQID] Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson _-..1 — Module Introduction FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System {JCIDS} Introduction The primary objective of the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System DEEDS) is to ensure that the capabilities required by the joint Warfighter to successfiilly execute their missions are identified with their associated operational performance criteria. JCCEDS is often referred to as the requirements generation process. Requirements identified through JCIDS can be addressed by either a materiel or non- materiel solution or a combination of both. Non- Materiel solutions are documented in a DGTMLPF-P Change Recommendation {DER}. Materiel Decisions are documented in a Capabilities Document. The Capabilities documents are the initial, Development, and Production (BSD, CDD, CPD). The DoD defines and yaiidates requirements through the JCIDS and develops technology, produces weapons systems, and provides logistics support through the Defense Acquisition System. JCIDS is also a key supporting process for DoD acquisition and Planning, Programming, and Budget Execution [PPBEJ processes. Did You Know JCIDS is one of the three Decision Support Systems. The three decision support systems operate continuously and must interface on a regular basis to enable DoD leadership to make informed decisions regarding the best allocation of scarce resources. AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson _-..1 — Module Introduction FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Joint Capabilities Integration and Deyeiopm-ent System {JCIDS} Introduction The primary objective of the Joint Capahiiities Integration and Deyeiopment System DEEDS) is to ensure that the capabilities required by the joint Warfighter to successfiiiiy execute their missions are identified with their associated operational! performance criteria. JCCEDS is often referred to as the requirements generation process. Requirements identified through JCIDS can he addressed by either _ ' ' " ' n of both. Non-Materiei soiutions are documentedi i DDTIIILPF—P ten'ei Decisions are documented in a Capabifitie. itiai, Beyeiopment, and PFDdUCtiDH {ICE}, EDD: CPD) DOTMLPF'P EEEHdE EDI. The Dot} defines and yaiida. Doctnne echnoiogy, produces weapons systems, and pro ; Qrgamzatign 'on System. JCIDS is aiso a key supporting process for Ii _ _ uget Execution [PPBEJ processes. “aim“? Materiel Leadership and education Personnei Faciiities Poiicy AEQIU] Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson _-..1 — Module Introduction FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP History of JCIDS The JCEDS process was created in 2W3 in an effort to fundamentaiiy change the way Dot) deyeioped requirements. Prior to EDDB, DoE} used a threat-based approach to identifying Warfighter requirements. With the advent of JCIDS, Dot) shifted to a capabiiities-based approach to identifying Iiiiiarfighter needs. In other words, instead of deyeioping, producing, and fieiding systems based on specific perceived threats to the nation, DoD adopted a poiicy of identifying what capabilities it needs to meet the strategic direction and priorities set forth in high-[eyei strategy and guidance documents such as National Security, Nationai Defense Strategy, and National Military Strategy. Many anaiysts suggest that under the threat- based approach, each military SEWiCE identified a threat, and in response to the threat deyeioped its own independent weapons. The shift to a capabiiities-based approach served to promote a more coliaboratiye method of identifying capabiiity gaps across services instead of each service deyeioping its own response. As a resuit, weapon systems are expected to be deyeioped jointiy among seryices. ACQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson _-..1 — Module Introduction FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Completion You have compieted the content for this iesson. To continue, seieet another lesson from the Tahie of Contents on the left. If you have eiosed or hidden the Tahie of Contents, eiiek the Show THC button at the top in the Atias navigation bar. ...
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