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Unformatted text preview: AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 1.;. — hystemsflcomsltlon Management Dyerylew FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Introduction Wetoome [FIRST NAME] to Lesson 3 of Module 1. In this tesson, you will: I Define Systems Acquisition Management This lesson wle take approximately l4 minutes to oompiete. ACQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 1.3 — Systems Acqursmon Management Elvervlew FIESDUHEES | PRINT i HELP Lesson Introduction TN View CR Submit cs Welcome [FIRST NAME} to Lesson 3 of Module 1. In this lesson, you will: I Define Systems Acquisition Management This lesson will take approximately 14 minutes to complete. Closed Captioning Waiter rCahili,r Program Manager: Welcome to the Systems Acquisition Management ICIvervienI lesson. This overview introduces you to DoD acquisition system requirements, the acquisition process, and management tasks. ACQIfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition 1Iu'tanangremlerit Lesson 1.;. — svstems acqmsltlon Management Dver'u'lew FIESEIIJEEES PHIHT I HELP Systems Acquisition Management Introduction Systems flccpisitioo management within Dot} is the process used to acquire quality:r products. The primaryr objectives of this process are to: I Satisfy the needs of operationai users I Provide measurable improvements in functionai capabitifies. I Acquire products in a timelyr mariner at a fair and reasonable cost Select each term for more information. ACQIDI Fundamentals of System Acquisition 1Interiangiemlent Lesson 1.;. — systems acqmsltlon Management Dver'u'lew FIESEIIJEEES PHIHT I HELP Systems Acquisition Management Introduction Systems flccwisitioo management within not} is the process used to acquire quality products. The primary objectives of this process are to: I Satisfy the needs of operationai users I Provide measurable improvements in functionai capabitifies I Acquire products in a timety manner at a fair and reasonable cost Select each term for more information. Systems Systems inciude all of the elements [e.g., hardware, software, logistics smaport, persormei} needed to assistflot} 'mcmducting itsnfission ofdetening or whining war. ACQIDI Fundamentals of System Acquisition llu'tanaigieinent Lesson 1.;. — b?5tEIHE ecqmsltlon Management Overview FIESEIIJEEES : PHIHT I HELP Systems Acquisition Management Introduction Svstems acquisition management within Dot} is the process used to acquire qualitv products. The primaryr objectives of this process are to: I Satisfy the needs of operationai users I Provide measurable improvements in functionai capaoiiifies I Acquire products in a timelyr manner at a fair and reasonable cost Select each term for more information. Acquififion The Dot} acquires goods and services from contractors, federal arsenats, and shipvards to stasport militarv operations. Acquisition is a broad term that appfies to more than just the purchase oi an item or service. The acquisition process encompasses the design, engineering, censtauction, testing, deplovrnent, sustainrnent, arid fisposai of weapons or related items purchased from a contractor. ACQIDI Fundamentals of System Acquisition llu'tanagarnent Lesson 1.;. — byStElflE acqmsltlon Management Overview FIESEIIJEEES : PHIHT I HELP Systems Acquisition Management Introduction Systems flcmnsition management within Dot} is the process used to acquire quality:r products. The primaryr objectives of this process are to: I Satisfy the needs of operationai users I Provide measurable improvements in functionat capaoiiifies I Acquire products in a timelyr manner at a fair and reasonable cost Select each term for "me information. Management Management inchdes the tasks required to accompfish a specified project. The following are example of management tasks: Piannlng midgeting AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 1.;. — hystemsAcqmsltlon Management Overview HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Knowledge Review IIi'liihich of the following are considered primary objectives of System Acquisition Management? [Select all that appiy} Satisfy the needs of operational users Provide measurable improvements in functional capabilities |_i Acquire products at the iowest price Acquire products in a timely manner at a fair and reasonable cost =.Eh_s'sliseiiienss The primary objectives of System Acquisition Management are to satisfy the needs of operational usersI provide measurable improvements in functional capabilities, and acquire products in a timelyr manner at a fair and reasonable cost. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisitien Management Lesson 1.;. — systemsncqmsltmn Management Duerwew FIESL‘IIJHEES | PRINT I HELP Knowledge Review Which of the annwing best describes a system? I Hardware =.Eil_e'slsssiississ A system includes ail efements needed ts assist Bet) in conducting its mission ineiuding hardware, software, iogistics support, and personnel. AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 1.;. — hvstemsflcqmsltlon Management III-vervlevnI FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Better Buying Power Bot} has undertaken a comprehensive effort to improve defense acquisitions, incioding: I Rewriting etements of the regiriatowr structure that govern defense acquisitions I Launching the initiatives aimed at impiementing practices and poiicies designed to improve the productivitgir of Dot) and the industriai base Better Ewing Power iBBP: is the impiementation of best practices to strengthen the DoD's buying power, improve industryr productivity, and provide an affordabie, vaiue — a dde d miiita rv capabiiit'yr to the We rfigh ter. BEEP initiatives aiso incentivize prlr:rduct'rvit'o_.lr and innovation in industryr and Government, and improve tradecratt in the acquisition of services. AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 1.;. — hvstemsflcqmsltlon Management III-vervlevnI FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Better Buying Power Bot} has undertaken a comprehensive effort to improve defense acquisitions, incioding: I Rewriting etements of the regiriatowr structure that govern defense acquisitions I Launching the initiatives aimed at impiementing practices and poiicies designed to improve the productivitgir of Dot) and the industriai base Better Ewing Power iBBP: is the impiementation of best practices to strengthen the DoD's buying power, improve industryr productivity, and provide an affordabie, vaiue — a dde d miiita rv capabiiit'yr to the We rfigh ter. BEEP initiatives aiso incentivize prlr:rduct'rvit'o_.lr and innovation in industryr and Government, and improve tradecratt in the acquisition of services. Learn More Seiect the iink for more information on HEP incioding the revised mitiatives. AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 1.;. — hystemsAcqmsition Management UVEI’UIEW FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Better Buying Power . Better Bu ‘n Power BBP Bot} has unde '5" g I } dEfEF'E-E vaUl' Launched in EDIE}, EEP encompasses a set of fundamentai acquisition . Rewritin-' principles to achieve greater efficiencies through affordability, cost controi, . eiimination of unproductive processes and bureaucracy, and promotion of that go 3 competition. BBP initiatives also incentivize productivity and innovation in - Launchi = industry and Govemment, and improve tradecraft in the acquisition of practice . services. producti ' REF 3* Focus Areas: Better Eu in , practices to 5 - - Achieve Affordahie Programs improve indus :5 vaiue—a d de d - ControI Costs Throughout the Product Lifecycie - Incentivize Productivity and Innovation in Industry and Govemment BEEP initiatives innovation in i. tradecraft in -_ _ I Eiiminate Unproductive Processes and Bureaucracy Promote Effective Competition I Improve Tradecraft in Acquisition of Services - Improve the Professionalism of the Totai Acquisition Workforce HEP 1iIiI'as revised and expanded in ZDIZ to HEP 2.9. Since then, an additionai revision, BBP 3.l}, has been made. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 1.;. — hystemsncqmsltlon Management Duerwew HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Knowledge Review An examp’te of Better Euymg Power in practice Wouiti be Eirniting the number of contractors that can bid on a contract to those that have provided Eow-cost solutions to EtloE:L in the past. False =.Eh_e'skseh§nst- One of the ways Better Buying Power achieves efficiencies is through pmnmtion of competition, not by limiting the number of contractors that can bid on contracts. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 1.;. — hystemsncqmsltlon Management Duerwew HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Knowledge Review Wth‘h of the foilowing are areas of focus for Better Buying Power? [Seiect all that apply) l:| Shift 'reepohoihii'tt'g.»r for life cycie management to the private sector Affordable programs Coat control throughout the product Fife cycfe Improve the professionalism of the Totai Acouieition Workforce engageme- Affordable programs, cost control throughout the product life cycle; and improving the professionalism of the Total Acquisition Workforce are eome of the areas of focue for Better Buying Power. AEQIGI Fundamentale of System Acquieition Management Le550n 1.;. — hyEtemeAizqumtlon Management Duerwew HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Summary In thie Eeeeon you have {earned the foliowing REY considerations: I An overview of the Syetem Acquisition Management I The detaiie of the Better Buying Power initiatives ACQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 1.;. — hystemsflcqmsltlon Management Overview FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Completion You have compieted the content for this Pesson. 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