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Unformatted text preview: AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Le55on 4.1 — Module Introduction FIESUUREES I PRINT I HELP Module Introduction ACQlul Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introductlon FIESDIJEEES : PHIHT I HELP Module Introduction TOE View CR sat-mace Long Descfipfion Animation titled ACQIGI Fundamentals of Acquisition Management shows two half-circle diagrams containing nine circles each. The circles are numbered 1 through 18 to represent the 18 content-based modules. Module 4, Defense Acquisition System, is highlighted. Closed Captioning Welcome to the Defense Acquisition System Module. The Defense Acquisition System provides the policies and principles that govern defense acquisition and establish the management framework that implements these policies and principles. You will learn how the Defense Acquisition System is integiated into the management prooess used for all DoD acquisition programs. AEQID] Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introduction FIESDUREES | PRINT I HELP lilo-little Objectives Defense Acquisition System flbjecthres You shouid he ahie to recognize the need for a phased acquisition approach and a taiiored acquisition strategy. At the end of this iesson you wiii he ahie to: Recognize the interface between the Defense Acquisition System and Joint Capabilities Integration and Deyeiopinent System [JCIDSj Recognize the key considerations of the Materiel Soiution Anaiysis phase of the Defense Acquisition System Define the term Acquisition Strategy {AS} Recognize the key considerations of the Technoiogy Maturation and Risk Reduction phase of the Defense Acquisition System Define the term Acquisition Program Easeiine {APB} Recognize the key considerations of the Engineering and Manufacturing Deyeioprnent phase of the Defense Acquisition System Recognize the key considerations of the Production and Depioyrnent phase of the Defense Acquisition System Recognize the key considerations of the Operations and Support phase of the Defense Acquisition System AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lessor: 4.1 — Module Introduction HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Defense Aoquisition System Dyeryiew The primary ohjectiye of the Defense Acquisition System is to acquire quality products that satisfy user needs with measureatnie improvements to mission capabiiity and operationai support, in a timely manner, and at a fair and reasonable price. The Defense Acquisition System is not intended to he a rigid, one-size-fits-aii process. Engineering I: W Manufacturing Wine. Deyeiment .. FDR: Prefiminary Design Review - LRIP: LowI Rate Initial Production - 10C: Initial Operational Capability . CUR: Critical Design Review - FRP: Full Rate Produdzion - FOE: Full Operational Capability" - EDD—V: EDD Validation - DRFPRD: Development Request For Proposals Release Decision AEQID] Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introduction FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Defense Aoquisition System Dverview The primary objective of the Defense Acquisition System is to acquire quaiity products that satisfy user needs with measureatnie improvements to mission capabiiity and operationai support, in a timeiy manner, and at a fair and reasonabie price. The Defense Acquisition System is not intended to he a rigid, one-size-fits-aii process. Engineering I W Manufacturing Winn. Deveiment Did You Know The Defense Acquisition System is one of the Decision Support Systems. The Defense Acquisition System works in conjunction with the Joint Capabiiities Integration and Deveiopment System . {JCIDS} and the Pianning, Programming, Etudgeting 5. Execution {PPEE} System. .ig 1lul'isit the DAU’s video fltal to watch a short overview video on the Defense Acquisition System. AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introduction HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Defense Aoquisition System Dyeryiew The primary ohjectiye of the Defense Acquisition System is to acquire quaiity products that satisfy user needs with measureahie improvements to mission capabiiity and operationai support, in a timeiy manner, and at a fair and reasonabie price. The Defense Acquisition System is not intended to he a rigid, one-size-fits-aii process. 5 The Defense Acquisition hardware modei with five phases: Materiei Soiu‘dons Analysis [MEAL Technology Maturation and Risk Reduction [TMRRL Engineering 3. Manuhcturing Development {EMU}, Production 5. .. FDR: Prefimi " CDR: Critical - Deveiopment Request for Proposal [RFP} decision, and Reiease Full-Rate I Production (FR?) decision. AEQID] Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introduction FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Defense Aoqnisition System Pro-gram Hodeis The model beiow depicts the “ciassic” Defense Acquisition System modei which is the starting point for roost military 1.Iveapon systems and is used on hardware intensive deveiopment programs. In addition to this moidei,r Dom EDDD.D2 aiso contains other Defense Acquisition System modeis for software intensive programs, hybrid programs, and accelerated acquisition programs. - PDR: Preliminary Design Review - LRIP: LoviI Rate Initial Production '- IDC: Initial Dpee‘ationaitlapability - CDR: Critical Design Review - FRP: Full Rate Produdjon - FDC: Full Operational Capabilit‘r . coo—v: EDD-Validation . DRFPRD: Development Request For Proposals Release Decision AEQID] Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introduction FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Defense Aoqnisition System Pro-gram Hodeis The model beiow depicts the “ciassic” Defense Acquisition System modei which is the starting point for roost military 1.Iveapon systems and is used on hardware intensive deveiopment programs. In addition to this moidei,r Dom EDDD.D2 aiso contains other Defense Acquisition System modeis for software intensive programs, hybrid programs, and accelerated acquisition programs. - PDR: Preliminary Design Review - LRIP: LoviI Rate Initial Production '- IDC: Initial Dpee‘ationaitlapability - CDR: Critical Design Review - FRP: Full Rate Produdjon - FDC: Full Operational Capabilit‘r . coo—v: EDD-Validation . DRFPRD: Development Request For Proposals Release Decision Learn More Seiect the Fink for more information about the other DoDI 5DDD.D2 program modeis. AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introduction FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Defense Aoqnisition System Pro-gram Hodeis The model beiow depicts the “ciassic” Defense Acquisition System modei which is the starting point for roost military weapon systems and is used on hardware intensive deveiopment programs. In addition to this moidei,r Dom EDDD.D2 aiso contains other Defense Acquisition System modeis for software intensive programs, hybrid programs, and accelerated acquisition programs. - FDR: Preliminary Design Review - LRIP: Low Rate Initial Production '- IDC: Initial OpeTationaiCapability - CDR: Critical Design Review - FRP: Full Rate Produdjon - FDC: Full Operational Capabilit‘r . coo—v: CUE-Validation . DRFPRL‘I: Development Request For Your Career Dot} acquisition managers and staff shouid focus on the basics of sound acquisition pianning, management and decision making as their primary responsibiiity whiie aiso assuring compiiance as appropriate with the specific requirements found in Dofli 5955.52. AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introduction FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Defense Acquisition System Structure The structure discussed in this course is a generic description of acquisition phases and decision points that couid apphr to airnost anyr product life cycie. Select each element of the life cycle for more information. ——.iiia—om i—'““—; sacrament— The structure of a Dot) acquisition program and the procedures used should he taiiored as much as possibie to the characteristics of the product being acquired, and to the totaiity of circumstances associated with the program, including operational urgency:r and risk factors. I FDR: Preliminary Design Review I LRIP: LDW Rate Initial Productim I IDC: Initial fiperationaitapabilitv I CUR: Crilfisal Design Renew I FRP: Fuli Rate Production I FOE: Fuli Operational Capabiliw I EDD—ll: CDDValidatien I DRFPRD: Development Request For Proposals Release Decision AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introduction FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Defense Acquisition System Structure The structure discussed in this course is a generic description of acquisition phases and decision points that couid appiy to aimost any product life cycie. Select each element of the life cycle for more information. M_lestones :_._._.._.—- oFciEEiiiiiEis—l The Defense Acquisition System uses “miiestones” to oversee and manage acquisition programs. At each miiestone a program must meet specific statutory and reguiatory requirements before the program can proceed to the next phase of the acquisition process. These are the three milestones: I. Miiestone A: initiates technoiogy maturation and risk reduction 2. Miiestone E: initiates engineering and manufacturing deyeiopment 3. Miiestone C: initiates production and depioyment AEQIDI Fundaineetale of System Acquieition Management Le55cin 4.1 - Module Introduction FIESDIJEEES : PRINT I HELP Defense Acqni5itio-n System Structure The etmcture diecueeed in this. course 15 a genetic description of acquiaition phaaes and deciaion pointe that cook! apply to atmoet any product life cycle. Select each element of the life cycle for more information. lithe-stones Hflfloi Eoiution' Analysis Technology Maturation 3t RiSk Reduction Engineering 3: Manufacturing DE‘H‘EIGPFI'IEFIt Production Ea. Depicy me r‘it Operations 8: AEQIDI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introductlon FIESL‘IIJEEES : PRINT I HELP Defense Acquisition System Structure The structure discussed in this course is a genetic description of acquisition phases and decision points that could apply to almost any product life cycle. Select each element of the life cycle for more information. Ii Hestones H' [Salons n'. Analysls Technology Maturation 3.; Illustration of the five phases of the Defense Acquisition System: 1. Materiel Solution Analysis {MBA}, 2. Technology Maturation and Risk Reduction {WEE}, 3. Engineering and Manufacturing Development {euro}, 4. Production and Deployment, and S. J{llperatiornrs and Stmport. agent}; ”Es? ‘ Su poort ACQIDI Fundamentals of Svstem Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 - Module Introductlon FIESEIIJEEES : PHIHT l HELP Defense Aoqnisition System Striicture The stmcture discussed in this course is a genen'c description of acquisition phases and decision points that couid apply to almost anyr product life cvcle. Select each element of the life cycle for more information. Fhases : Decision Points The Defense Acquisitim System aiso consists of these four decision points: Ca pahilitv I Development Development Request for Document — Proposal {RFP} Validation {coo-v] Release Decision Viki Full-Rate Prod uc tion {FRP} Decision Hateriei Development Decision {moo} AEQIDI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introduction FIESDIJEEES . PRINT I HELP Defense Acquisition System Structure The stmcture discussed in this course is a geneiic description of acquisition phases and decision points that could apply to almost any product life cycle. Select each element of the life cycle for more information. Iliilestones aliases : Decision Points Materiel Long Description III-Rate Development ttion {FRP} DEE'S‘G" {MUD} Illustration of the four decision points of the Defense Acquisition 9‘55“)“ System: 1. Materiel Development Decision {mo}, 2. Capability Development Document—Validation [coo—v}, 3. Development Request for Proposai {EFF} Release Decision and 4. Full-Rate I Production (FR?) Decision. 2. AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lessen 4.1 — Module Intreduetien FIESUUREES I PRINT I HELP Defense Acquisition System Synopsis AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introduction FIESDUREES | PRINT I HELP Defense Acquisition System Synopsis ' Learn More i For an eiementar'gir exampie video using S'mores and the Defense - Acquisition System, piease visit the [mo video gortai. ACQlDl Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introduction FIESDIJEEES : PHIHT I HELP Defense Acquisition System Synopsis me We" '1?" Submit”! Long Description Animation of the five phases of the Defense Acquisition System: Materiel Solution analysis, Technology Maturation and Risk Reduction, Engineering and Manufacturing Development, Production and Deployment, and Operations and Support. ”Closed Captioning The Defense acquisition System is comprised of five phases. Let's look at the general flow of these phases. In the Materiel Solution Analysis phase, we pick the most promising technology to meet the user need idenb'fied in the Initial Capabilities Document. In the Technology Maturation and Risk Reduction phase, we reduce risk by proving the reliability of the technology through competitive prototyping. This ensures that we select the most adequate and compatibie technology. In the Engineering and Manufacturing Development phase, we complete the build to design. This involves building a specified number of prototypes based on the selected design to prove that the design works and the technology can be manufactured or produced. In the Production and Deployment phase, we produce a limited number of units and test the units to make sure that they work; then, we produce the rest of the units with the full operation capability. In the Operations and Support phase, we are going to support all of the units that were built for the full life of the system and dispose of the system at the end of its life. This is the longest and most expensive phase of the life cycle. AEQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 4.1 — Module Introduction FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Defense Aoqnisition System Governing Documents The Defense Acquisition System is the management process by which DoD deyeiops and buys weapons and other systems. -' Dcpaflmenlof‘Defcns: _ _ DIRECTIVE Dobbin-00.01 It is governed by. I DoDD SDDUBL “The Defense Acquisition System" Depamneut of Defense I DoDI EDDDJZ, “Operation of the Defense Acquisition J i! INSTRUCTION System” '- ' Dell]! ENE-Ii: The Defense Acquisition System aiso utiiizes the procedures described in the Defense Acquisition Guidebook {one}. 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