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Unformatted text preview: AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 3.4 — Interoperability FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Introduction Welcome [FIRST NAME] to Lesson 4 of Module 3. In this lesson, you will: I Recognize Why F‘Iet-reaI:E'-,.Ir interoperability:r must be considered with all affected LLB. and Allied systems This lesson will take aoproximatehr 3 minutes to complete. ACQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 3.4— Interoperability FIESDUHEES | PRINT i HELP Lesson Introduction TN View CR Submit CR Welcome [FIRST NAME} to Lesson 4 of Module 3. In this lesson, you will: I Recognize why net-ready interoperability must be considered with all affected LLB. and Allied systems This lesson will take approximately 3 minutes to complete. closed Captioning Adam Shaffer, Product Support Manager: Welcome to the Interoperability lesson. The interoperability lesson stresses that all Warfighter systems must oomply with uE-m- interoperability requirements to ensure joint Warfighter effectiveness and stability. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 3.4 — Interoperability HESDIIHEES ! PRINT I HELP JEIDS and Interoperability Introduction A key aspect of the JEIDS review, vaiidation, and approvaf process is making sure that each weapons system is capable of interoperability. Interoperability is defined as the: I Abiiity of systems, units, or forces to provide and accept data, information, materiei, and services to and from other systems, units, or forces and to interoperate with other LLB. Forces and coaiition partners effectivefy I Condition achieved among communications- eiectronics systems or items of communications- eiectronics equipment when information or services can be exchanged directiy and satisfactorily between them andfor their users AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 3.4 — Interoperability HESDIIHEES | PRINT I HELP JEIDS and Interoperability Introduction A key aspect of the JEIDS review, vaiidation, and approvai process is making sure that each weapons system is capabie of interoperability. Interoperability is defined as the: I Ability of systems, units, or forces to provide and accept data, information, materiei, and services to and from other systems, units, or forces and to interoperate with other LLB. Forces and coalition partners effectivefy I Condition achieved among communications- eiectronics systems or items of communications- eiectronics equipment when information or services can be exchanged directiy and satisfactorily between them andfor their users I Elia mple The Anny pians to develop a new high- frequency microwave communications capability to meet a tactical need. This system should be able to tail: with other Army systems and with other service communication platforms. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 3.4 — Interoperability FIESL‘IIJHEES | PRINT I HELP JEIDS and tile Consequences of Hon—Compliance Non- Comptiance, or inadequate compliance with interopeiratniiit'gir capabiilties, incfeases the Eikeiihoocf that C3HC4I systems witi not be interopetahie, theteo'glr putting Fives, expensive equipment, and the success of Joint Miiiltar'y' Operations at nsk. ACQIU] Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 3.4 — Interoperability FIESDUHIES | PRINT I HELP JCIDS and Interoperability Capability Needs Interoperability is the ability of systems, units, or forces to provide data, information, materiel, and services to and from other systems, units, and forces and to effectively operate with other LLB. forces and coalition partners. Joint warfighting interoperability is a weapons systemszIS capability mandated by Bob Policy. This capability is not a user option. Interoperability capability needs are documented in the form of a mandatory Net-Ready Key Performance Parameter {NR-KPPije NR— KPP ensures achievement of interoperability for the proposed system. For a program to receive Interoperability Certification, it must first prove its interoperability on paper, via the Capabilities Certification Process. Then the programs interoperability must be tested in the field during joint interoperability testing. ACQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 3.4 — Interoperability FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP JCIDS and Interoperability Capability Needs Interoperability is the ability of systems, units, or forces to provide data, information, materiel, and services to and from other systems, units, and forces and to effectively operate with other LLB. forces and coalition partners. Joint warfighting interoperability is a weapons systemszIS capability mandated by Dot) Policy. This capability is not a user option. Interoperability capability needs are documented in the form of a mandatory Net-Ready Key Performance Parameter {NR-KPP}.The NR— KPP ensures achievement of interoperability for the proposed system. For a program to receive Interoperability Certification, it must first prove its interoperability on paper, via the Capabilities Certification Process. Then the programs interoperability must be tested in the field during joint interoperability testing. Learn More Select the link for more information on the Met Rea KPP NR— KPP . For a short video about interoperability and the MR—KPP, please visit the DALI video portal. AEQIGI Fundamentale of System Acquieition Management Le55on 3.4 — Interoperability FIESL‘IIJHEES | PRINT I HELP Knowledge Review Joint warfigbting interoperability: i_| is an option that can be omitted it costs are exceeeiye l:| 1'5 a capabiiity mandated by Dot}, but it can be waived with Dot) approval i_| Is not mandated by bob policy 15 a capabiiity mandated by bob poiicy for all eyete me .oilerflsehei-ie- Joint warfigbting interoperability is a weapons systemefAIS capability mandated by bob Policy. This. capabiiity is not a deer option. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 3.4 — Interoperability HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Knowledge Review Which of the foiiowing are considered consequences of interoperabiiityr nun-compliance? {Seiect all that apphfl Lives are 'put at risk |:I Future Dot} funding is put at risk Expensive equipment is put at risk The success of Joint operations is put at risk =.Eh_e'slrsehsess Lives, expensive equipment, and the success of Joint operations are aii put at risk if systems are not interoperabie. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 3.4 — Intereperahiliw HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Summary In the lesson you have teamed the fdiiewing REY considerations: I Identified ICES needs - Identified intereperabiiity' Basraitiiiitijir needs ACQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 3.4 — Interoperability FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Completion You have completed the content for this iesson. 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