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Unformatted text preview: AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 1;. — lies:r Players and Roles FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Introduction Weicome [FIRST NAME] to Lesson 3 of Module 2. In this iesson, you will: I Recognize the ire'g:r piayrers within DoD who have an impact on the acquisition workforce and programs This lesson wjii take approximately 13 minutes to compiete. ACQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.3 — Key Players and Roles FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Introduction TN View CR Submit CR Welcome [FIRST NAME} to Lesson 3 of Module 2. In this lesson, you will: I Recognize the key players within [MD who have an impact on the acquisition workforce and programs This lesson will take approximately 13 minutes to complete. Closed Captioning Waiter rZZahill,r Program Manager: Welcome to the Key Players and Roles lesson. Beginning with the Secretary of Defense, there are a variety of key players within DoD who have an impact on the acquisition workforce and programs. You will learn about these key players in this lesson. ACQIOI Fundamentale of Syetem Acquieitien management Le55m12.;. - I'IIe',»r PlayerE and Rules FIESEIIJEEES : PHIHT I HELP Del} Urgenization The that below depiete the eiganizatienai 5tmetme of the Department of Defensee. Department of Defense Organization ACQIDI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — lites:r Players and Roles HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP DoD Organization The chart below depicts the organizational structure of the Department of Defense. Department of Defense Organization Long Description .- n fiowchart titled Department of Defense Organization, depicting the " organizational structure of the Department of Defense. fit the top, the first tier - is composed by a block labeled Secretaryr of Defense. From it branch out seven blocks labeied from left to right: Department of the Anny, Department of the Fair Force, Department of the Navy, Office of the Secretaryr of Defense, DoD Field Activities, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Unified Commands. From the Office of the Secretaryr of Defense branches out a block labeled Defense agencies. From the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff block branches out a bfock labeled Joint Staff. Lasfhr, from the Unified Commands block, branches out a block that lists the Regional and Functional Commands. The Regional Commands are: US. European, US. Central, US. Pacific, US. Southern, U.S. Africa, and U.S. Northern Commands. The Functional conunands are: U.S. Special Operations, U.S. Transportation, and HS. Strategic Commands. AEQIGI Fundamentale of System Acquieition Management Le55m12.;. — Key Player5 and Roles FIESL‘IIJHEES ! PRINT I HELP Secretary of Defense The Bet} is headed by the Secretary of Defense [secoea The SECDEF ie a Cabinet- level position created by the National Security Act of 194?. The SECDEF i5 r“the principal aeeietaht to the President in all mattere relating to the national security," is reeponeible for eetabiiehing the r‘ger‘:eral; poiiciee and programs“ for the military departmehte _ _ and agenciee, and exercieee "general direction, _ t. - authority, and control” over thoee entities. ' ' fl _/ .1.- -*--II.I.I-it;.; AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — Itemr Players and Roles HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP flfiice of the Secretarf of Defense The SECDEF staff members are referred to as the Office of the Secretaryr of Defense [El-SB). These staff members heEp the SECDEF manage the firmed Forces of the United States. The chart heiow identifies the keyr pfayers of the USE} who have an impact on the acquisifjon workforce and programs. Office of the Secretary of Defense Eeeretery of Defence Deputy statutory et Define AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — lites:r Players and Roles HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP [Hfice of the Saecraetaralr of Defense The SECDEF staff members are referred to as the Office of the Secretary:r of Defense [Ci-SD). These staff members heip the SECDEF manage the firmed Forces of the United States. The chart beiow identifies the keyr piayers of the USE} who have an impact on the acquisifion workforce and programs. Office of the Secretary of Defense secretary of Defence Deputy 3!th et Define Learn More Seiect the fink for more information about the : Office of the Secrets of Defense. AEQIDI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — Key Players and Roles HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Dfiice of the Secretary of Defense The SECDEF staff members are referred to as the Office of the Secretary of Defense [Ci-SD). These staff members heip the SECDEF manage the Armed Forces of the United States. The chart beiow identifies the key piayers of the OED who have an impact on the acguisifion workforce and programs. Office of the Secretary of Defense _ Long Description A flow chart titied Office of the Secretary of Defense depicting the organizationai structure of the Dffice. The first tier is composed by two biocks, the first iabeied - Secretary of Defense, Deputy Secretary of Defense, next to is a second srnaiier _ biock iabeied Defense Acquisition Board {DAD}. From the Secretary of Defense biock ‘: branch out seven biocits which compose the charts second tier. From ieft to light these are iabeied: USE) Comptroiier; Director, Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation {CAPE}; DSD Policy; Director, Operationai Test and Eyaiuation {UTE}; Others; DSD{AT&L]I; and Defense Agencies. From the USDIIATELL} biock branches out the third tier which is composed by a singie block iabeied DoD Acquisition Management Systems. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — Itemr Players and Roles FIESL‘IIJHEES ! PRINT I HELP Under Secretaries of Detense There are three Under Secretaries that support the SECDEF. Select each role of the Under Secretaries for more information. M|_ uso Innurlimjur usommu The Under Secretaryr of Defense (USE) Comptroiler: gmce m the Secrets Of DETEF‘ISE l_ _._...____ __‘ Secular-1 orb-ram I Controls the budget and the reiease of funds I is responsible for the Budgeting and Execution phases of the Manning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution {WEE} process AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — Kev Plavers and Roles FIESL‘IIJHEES | PRINT I HELP Under Secretaries of Detense There are three Under Secretaries that support the SECDEF. Select each role of the under Secretaries for more information. use Comptroller ”501m” The Under Secretaryr of Defense for Poiicv [USD[P]}: UmEE Di “1% SEEI'ETBH UT UETEF‘ISE Burial-It! of Duh-nu I Provides responsive, forward- thinking, and insightfui poiicv advice In Ensures the atignment of Both pians Iwith nationai securityr objectives - Approves certain aspects of programs involving other nations I Maintains responsibilitv for Defense Pianning and Programming Guidance [DPPG]I during the pianning phase of PPBE AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — Key Players and Roles FIESL‘IIJHEES I PRINT I HELP Under Secretaries of Detense There are three Under Secretaries that support the SECDEF. Select each role of the Under Secretaries for more information. "SD Comptroller “SD Policy USD(AT&L} The Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Office til the Secretary of Defense Technology, and Logistics [USDIATE-Ll} is the principal wmdmrmm - staff assistant and advisor to the Secretary and Deputy mum-«Mm Secretary of Defense for all matters relating to the Dot} — — acquisition system, including: - Research and deyeioprnent Advanced technology Deyeiopment and production Test and evaluation Logistics and procurement Installation management and military construction Environment security Nuclear, chemicai, and bioiogical matters AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — Key Players and Roles FIESL‘IIJHEES | PRINT I HELP Under Secretaries of Defense There are three Under Secretaries that support the SECDEF. Select each role of the under Secretaries for more information. USD Comptroller HSD Policy USD(AT&L} The Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics [USDIATE-Li} is the principal Office 91 EEEEFLZEU” of ND? fir-1331 staff assistant and advisor to the Secretary and Deputy ”shaman—hm Secretaryr of Defense for all matters relating to the Dot} acquisition system, including: I usornTaL} The usostL) aiso has the following responsibilities; I Serves as the Defense Acquisition Executive and, for acquisition matters, takes precedence over the secretaries of the military departments - Chairs the Defense Acquisition Board {DAB} o Establishes poiicy fo1r the training and career development U-SD(AT&L) of the defense acquisition workforce - Makes program milestone decisions for Major Defense Acquisition Programs (MDAPs) AEQIGI Fundamentale of System Acquieitien Management Le55m12.;.— Itemr Play-are and Re|e5 FIESL‘IIJHEES | PRINT I HELP Directors Thete are two priin'jaryr Directere that suppert the SECDEF. Seiect each Director for "more information. Office of the Secretary of Defense Secretary of Defense Deputy Secretary of Def-am AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — theyr Players and Roles FIESL‘IIJHEES | PRINT I HELP Directors There are two primaryr Directors that support the SECDEF. Seiect each Director for more information. Office of the Secretary of Defense —' DaputyfiacmtaryofDef-am Director, DTEE U313 : The Directorr Operational Test and Evaluation {GTE}: .1..._ I Provides independent assessment of lthe operational effectiveness and suitatr'flit'flrr of new weapon systems I Sends GTEE reports tiirecthlr to the SECDEF and Congress AEQIDI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — Kev Players and Roles HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Directors There are two pr‘imar'gir Directors that support the SECDEF. Seiect each Director for more information. Director, CAPE - The Director, Cost Assessment and Program Evaiuation (CAPE): I Is responsibie for analysis and advice on matters reiating to the pie nning and programming phases of the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution {PPBE} svstern Formuiates stud-Ir guidance for anatvses of aiternatives for major defense acquisition programs and performance of such analyses Oversees review, analysis, and evaluation of programs for executing approved strategies and poiicies, ensuring that infonnation on programs is presented accuratehir and compieteiv, and assessing the effect of spending bv the Dot} on the United States economv AEQIGI Fundamentale of System Acquieition Management Le55on 2.: — Itemr PlayerE and Ro|e5 FIESL‘IIJHEES | PRINT I HELP Directors There are two pnmaw Directore that support the SECDEF. Seiect each Director for more information. Office of the Secretary of Defese Secretary of Defense Deputy Secretary of Def-am Long Description The organizational chart for the Office of the Secretary of Defense with two of its biocke highlighted and eelectaoie: Director, Coat Aeeeeement and Ptogtain Evaiuation (CAPE), ' and Director Operational Test and Evaiuation {UTE}. ACQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition management Lesson 2.: — liter»r Players and Roles FIESDIJEEES : PHIHT I HELP Defense Acquisition Board The Defense Acquisition Board (one) is the senior- ievel defense Forum for advising the osorerst) on mfltfl‘flwf ”5'3““ cn'tical decisions concerning designated acquisition mflfflflgm - programs. Formal meetings mayr be held at each milestone to review accmnpiishments of the previous phase and to assess readiness to proceed into the next. The DAE is issue- on'ented. Typical issues addressed include cost growth, schedule delays, and technical threshold breaches. The result of a DAB review is a decision from the USDIIATEIL}, documented in an Acquisition Decision Memorandum. The USDIIATM.) chairs the one and the co- chair of the DhB' is the 1i..I'ice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — Itemr Players and Roles FIESL‘IIJHEES | PRINT I HELP Knowledge Review Which USE) position ensures the aiignment of Dot) plans with national securityr objectives? USE} Comptroiier use Poiicy I—I Director, Cost Assessment and Program Evaiuation ':| Dire c tor, Doe ra tionai Test a nd Evaiua tion Engels-asham- The BSD Policy ensures the alignment of Do!) plans with nationai securityr objectives. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — Kev Plavers and Roles HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Knowledge Review Which USE) position provides independent assessment of the operational effectiveness and suitaoiiitv of new weapon systems? USE} Comptroiier _! use Poiicv i:l Director, Cost Assessment and Program Evaiuation Dire c tor, Ope ra tionai Test a nd EvaELia tion Ehe‘slrsehswes- The DirectorJr Dperational Test and Evaiuation provides an independent assessment of the operationaE effectiveness and soitatiifityr of new weapons systems. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — lites:r Players and Roles FIESL‘IIJHEES | PRINT I HELP Knowledge Review IIi'IIII’hici‘t USE) position controis the budget and the reiease of funds? USE) Comptroiier |_| oso Poiicy ':l USD for Acquisition, Technoiog‘y’, and Logistics I—I Director,r Operationai Test and Evaiuation Eilfiflszfihfiifit' The BSD Comptroller controls the budget and the reiease of funds. AEQIDI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — Key Players and Roles HESDUHEES | PRINT l HELP Knowledge Review Which DSD position is the principal staff assistant and advisor to the Secretary and Deputy Secretary of Defense for ail these matters relating to the DoD acquisition system? USD Comptroiier I I use Poiicy E USD for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics I I Director, Operational Test and Eyaiuation renaissanc- The BSD for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics is the principal staff assistant and advisor to the Secretary ancF Deputy Secretary of Defense for all these matters relating to the DoD acquisition system. AEQIGI Fundamentale of System Acquieitien Management Le55m12.;. — Mewr PlayerE and Re|e5 HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Summary In the [eeeen you have {earned the feliewing REY considerations: I The basic erganizatienaf structure of the DUE! I The beef: erganizatienaf armature and keyr pfiayers in the Office of the Secret'er'«_.lr Bf Defense ACQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 2.: — lies:r Players and Roles 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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