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Unformatted text preview: AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — MEIJBI' Institutions FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Introduction Weioome [FIRST NAME] to Lesson 2 of Module 2. In this iesson, you will: I Identify the major institutions invohreoi in the defense acquisition process This lesson wjii take approximately 12 minutes to oompiete. ACQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — Major Instltutlons FIESIIUHIES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Introduction TN View CR Submit CR Welcome [FIRST NAME} to Lesson 2 of Module 2. In this lesson, you will: I Identify the major institutions involved in the defense acquisition process This lesson will take approximately 12 minutes to complete. Closed Captioning Waiter Cahili, Program Manager: Welcome to the Major Institutions lesson. In this lesson, you will learn about the three major top—level roles in defense a con isition. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — HEIJDI' Instltutlons FIESDIJEEES i PRINT I HELP Major Iifititutiorns of Defense Requisition There are three major too-Eevei participants in defense acquisition at the national ievei: I Executive Branch I Congress I Defense ir‘rddstr'grr Each participant piayrs a significant rote in the acquisition process. These roies can be characterized in three categories: I Persoec titres I Responsioiiities I Objectives AEQIGI Fundamentale of System Acquieiticn Management Le55rm 2.2 — Major IIIStItUtIDt'IS FIESL‘IIJHEES ! PRINT I HELP Executive Branch The Executive Branch inciudee the Preeident, the Department of Defenee [El-DD), the Office of Management and Budget {OMB}, the Department of State, anr.F the Naficnai Securityr Ccuncit {NSC}. Select each icateugor'ur for “more information about the Executive Branch. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — Major Instltutlons FIESL‘IIJHEES ! PRINT I HELP Executive Branch The Executive Branch inciudes the President, the Department of Defense {Don}, the Office of Management and Budget {OMB}, the Department of State, and the Nationai Securityr Councit {NSC}. Select each inateugor'vr for more information about the Executive Branch. I Responsibilities The President serves as Comrnander-in-Chief of the armed forces and is responsibie for signing legislation into iaw. I In addition to the President, various members of the Executive Branch are responsible for negotiating with Congress, issuing _ ' directives and regidations, and contracting with industry. The Under Secretaryr of Defense for Acquisition, Technoiogv, and Logistics make decisions that impact major defense acquisition programs. AEQIGI Fundamentale of System Acquieiticn Management Le55rm 2.2 — Major IIIStItUtIDt'IS FIESL‘IIJHEES ! PRINT I HELP Executive Branch The Executive Branch inciudee the Preeident, the Department of Defenee [El-DD), the Office of Management and Budget {OMB}, the Department of State, anr.F the Naficnai Securityr Ccuncit {NSC}. Select each icateugor'ur for “more information about the Executive Branch. rmuiatee, directe, and executes national eecirrrit'yr poiicy. AEQIGI Fundamentale pf Svetem Acquieiticn Management Le55rm 2.2 — Major ItlStltUtlDt'lS FIESL‘IIJHEES ! PRINT I HELP Executive Branch The Executive Branch inciudee the Preeident, the Department of Defenee {DOD}, the Office of Management and Budget {OMB}, the Department of State, anr.F the Nafipnai Securityr Councit {NSC}. Select each icateugor'vr for “more information about the Executive Branch. - The objectives of the Executive Branch inciucle: I Satisfying national eecuritv ohjecfivee Maintaining a balanced force structure Fieiding weapon eveteme to defeat threats. to national eectflitv Preventing undue congreeeienai intereetfecmtinv Eiirninating fraud, waete, am;i abuse in federal procurement AEQIGI Fundamentals of Svstem Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — Major Institutions Htsmisus i PRINT | HELP Legislative Branch The Legislative Branch {Congress} uses various committees to assist with the iegisiative ovefsight of defense activities. Select each category for more information about the role of the Legisiative Branch. AEQIGI Fundamentals of Svstem Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — Major Instltutlons FIESL‘IIJHEES ! PRINT I HELP Legislative Branch The Legisiative Branch {Congress} uses various committees to assist with the Eegisiative oversight of defense activities. Select each category for more information about the role of the Legislative Branch. Responsibilities ' Congressionai responsibiiities include: I Conducting hearings Setting resource ceilings Raising revenue Aiiocating funds Debating and deciding legislation Performing oversight and review AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — Major Instltutlons FIESL‘IIJHEES ! PRINT I HELP Legislative Branch The Legisiative Branch {Congress} uses various committees to assist with the Eegisiative oversight of defense activities. Select each category for more information about the role of the Legislative Branch. Perspectives The Legisiative Branch passes iaws, provides constitutionai checks , 5 and balances to the authon'tv of the Executive Branch, and = represents the interests of the people and the States. Factors that influence menHJers of Congress inciude constituentsr . interests, partyr affiiiation, patriotism, personal ambition, and the desire to be reelected. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — Major Instltutlons FIESL‘IIJHEES ! PRINT I HELP Legislative Branch The Legisiative Branch {Congress} uses various committees to assist with the Eegisiative oversight of defense activities. Select each category for more information about the role of the Legislative Branch. The objectives of the Legisiafive Branch inciucie: Balancing national securityr and social needs Distributmg federai doilars by districtfstate Maximizing competition Conhofling indufitl’f profits Controlling fraud, waste, and abuse AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — Major Instltutlons FIESL‘IIJHEES ! PRINT I HELP Legislative Branch The Legislative Branch {Congress} uses various committees to assist with the legisiative oversight of defense activities. Select each category for "sore information about the role of the Legislative Branch. I Did You Know A successful defense acquisition program places a capable and supportable svstem in the hands of users when and where it is needed, at an affordable once. For Congress, success means a system that strikes a balance between defense and social needs and provides a fair distribution of defense doilars bv statefdistric t. AEQIGI Fundamentale of System Acquieitien Management Le55tm 2.2 — HEIJDI' IiIEtItutIeiIE FIESL‘IIJEEES i PRINT I HELP Defense Ifldlfiir'f Ir‘teiustryr {contractore} inciudee Earge, medium and meal! organizatione, both HE. and foreign, providing goods. and sewicee to the Dot}. Select each categoryr for more information about the role of ind “shy. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — Major Instltutlons FIESL‘IIJHEES ! PRINT I HELP Defense Industry Industryr {contractors} includes Earge, medium and smaii organizations, both HE. and foreignr providing goods and services to the Dot}. Select each categoryr for “more information about the role of ind “shy. . The responsibilities of defense industry:r in the achlsifions process is to: Respond to soiicitatioos Propose solutions Conduct independent research and deveiopment Design, produce, support, and upgrade defense systems AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — Major Instltutlens FIESL‘IIJHEES ! PRINT I HELP Defense Industry Industry {contractors} includes Earge, medium and smaii organizations, both HE. and foreign, providing ponds and services to the Dot}. Select each category for “more information about the role of industry. : The primary motfiiations and influencers of the defense .. industry include elect-{heldersr interest, profit, and patriotism. AEQIGI Fundamentals of Svstem Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — Major Instltutlens FIESL‘IIJHEES ! PRINT I HELP Defense Industry Industrv {contractors} includes Earge, medium and smaii organizations, both HE. and foreign, providing goods and services to the Dot}. Select each categoryr for “more information about the role of ind “shy. Profit and growfii Cash flow Market share Stability Technoiogica! achievement AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — MEIJBI' Institutions HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Knowledge Review Representing constituent interests, setting resource ceilings, anr.f baiancing nationai security and social needs are characteristics of which institution? I I Executive Branch PI Congress |:I Defense industry =.§h.fi'GEEflh§EF-E' Representing constituent interests, setting resource ceitings, ancE baiancing national security and sociaE needs are characteristics of the Congress. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — HEIJBI' Instltutlens FIESL‘IIJHEES | PRINT I HELP Knowledge Review Formuiating nationai securityr pciicyr, negotiating with Congress, ancf maintaining a baianced force Structure are characteristics of which institution? Executive Branch i I Congress I—I Defense industryr Eileslrseiiiewfl- Fcrrmuiating nationai securityr pcticyr, negotiating with {IcingressI and maintaining a baianced farce structure are characteristics of the Executive Branch. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — HEIJBI' Instltutlons FIESL‘IIJHEES | PRINT I HELP Knowledge Review Considering stockhoiders' interests, responding to soiicitations, and technoiogicaf achievement are characteristics of which institution? ':| Executive Branch | Congress Defense industrv seahorses:- Considering stockhoidersr interests, responding to soiicitations, and technoiogicai achievement are characteristics of the defense industry. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — MEIJBI' IllStltUtlDl’lS HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Summary In this lesson you have teamed the foliowing ice-yr considerations: I The major institutions inveiveei in Defense Acquisition I The fiifferent perspectives of these major institutions ACQIOI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.2 — MEIJBI' Institutions 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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