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Unformatted text preview: AEQIG] Fundamentale of S'fStEi'li Acquisition Management Le55on (“L4 — Work Breakdown Structure Throughout the Acqumtlon Life Cycle FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Introduction Welcome [FIRST NAME] to Lesson 4 of Module 6. In this iesson, you will: I Recognize WES'E aopniicaitniiiiajir throughout the acquieition iife cycie This ieeson will take approximatehr 12 minutes to complete. ACQlfll Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson 5.4 - Work Breakdown Structure Throughout the Acqmsltlon Llfe Cycle FIESDUHEES | PRINT i HELP Lesson Introduction TOG Wewt-‘fl Salim-firm Welcome [FIRST NAME] to Lesson 4 of Module ti. In this lesson, you will; - Recognize 1ll'liElS's applicability throughout the acquisition life cycle This lesson will take approximately 12 minutes to complete. Closed Captioning Adam Shaffer, Product Support Manager: Welcome to the Wed: Breakdown Stmtiure Throughout the Acquisition life Cycle. This lesson explains that the goal of the Work Breakdown Structure is to define the logical relationship among all program elements to a specified level. You will see that WES is applied throughout the acquisition life cycle by integrating technical, cost,r and schedule parameters for products to be developed or produced. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson (“L4 — Work Breakdown structure Throughout the ficqursltlon Life Cvcle HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP 1ini'orlir Breakdown Stnrctnre in the Acquisition Life Cvclre The Ilul'ir'ork Breakdown Structure {WES} provides a consistent and visioie framework for matenei items and contracts. within a program throughout its iife cvcie. It provides a product- oriented division of tasks by breaking down work scope for authorization, tracking, and reporting purposes. The goal is to deveiop a WES that defines the logical reiationship among ali program eiements to a specified [evei. The WES integrates technicai, cost, and scheduie parameters, giving the Program Manager {PM} a tooi to: I Ensure traceahiiitv of ai[ program activities I Identify,r significant risk drivers I Forecast cost and scheduie performance I Deveiop corrective action pians as needed ACQIOI Fundamentals. of Syotem AcquiSition Management Le55on that — Work Breakdown structure Throughout the Acqumtlon Llfe Cycle FIESEIIJHEES l PRINT I HELP Work Breakdown Structure in the Acquisition Life Circle — Basic Structure The WES is defined, developed, and maintained throughout the acqoioition life cycle based on a disciplined appiication of the System engineering {SE} proceoe. Eartyr in the acquisition proceoe, the WES 15 a “basic Structure" of a proposed program WES. he the program develops and other documents provide further guidance, the WES takeo Shape into a real object. Structures Ground sowmno Test and Tech Pubs Main EnoH'Ies Payload Smlrlno Monument Fropulslon ngh'l: Control Equipment hvlod'lios 55's Assembly Support and Support Data software Inclination Ind Handling: Management Mechanlcal 1 Chodcout Equipment Data Mechanloal 2 (In Site Contractor Dam Tech Support Deposltonr Siba Construction Sill Prlrlaunol'l. Support _|> outfitter: AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Hanagement Lesson (“L4 — Work Breakdown Structure Throughout the hchIsItIon Life Cvtle HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP 1ini'orii: Breakdown Stnrcture in the Acquisition Life Circle — Basic Structure The WES is defined, developed, and maintained throughout the acquisition life cvcle based on a disciplined appiication of the svstems engineering {SE} process. Earlyr in the acquisition process, the WES is a “basic structure"r of a proposed program WES. its the program develops and other documents provide further guidance, the WES takes shape into a real object. Long Description _ fin example of a basic three-level structure WES, with Launch 1ii'e'nicle Svstem as ievel 1. Level 2 includes Program Management and SE, Earth to Orbit Vehicle, Operations ani;l Site Activation, Svstem Test, Support Equipment, Training, and Data. Subieveis of Earth to Orbit Vehicle include Sooster, Orbiter, and Pavload Carrier. Level 3 is broken down into more specific elements, inciuding Structures, Main Engines, Propulsion, Ground Servicing, Pavload Servicing, OTSE, OTELE, Test and Measurement Equipment, Support and Handling Equipment, and more. Structures Ground Servicing DTaE Test rind Eq uiprrnerlt Tech Pubs Maln Engines Payload Servicing CITES Measurement Sewioeo Enolrieerino Propulsion Flight Control Mociwps Eq uipcr'nent Fadlitlfi Data Avionics S'fs 9.551!me TSE Support and Opemflons Support Data Samara Incuilation and Support Handling Management Mechanical 1 Chedrout Test Equipment Data Mechanical 2 (in Site Contractor Foeilltiei: Data Tech Support Deposition! Site Commotion Silo Pro-launch Supper: _|> Backfinext AEQIGI Fundamentale of Syetem Acquisition Hanagement Le55on o.-:i — Work Breakdown structure Throughout the flcqumtlon Life Cycle FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP 1ini'orii: Breakdown Stnictnre in the Acquisition Life Circle — Significant Role A WES diapiays and defines i'he productaia) to be deveiooed or produced and reiates the eEemente of work to be accompiiehed to each other and to the end product. Seiect Control Account for more information. w 1" LEI 1.5 Dofi nos “fig-'5” . I Launcher flflmm Product Egg-mung 1.1.1 1.1.5 . command I: Conn-o1 Mons: H" _ FUNCTIONAL -" " Inn ‘ tom GRGANIZA HON Control Account A Key Management Control Point AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Hanagement Lesson ("L4 — Work Breakdown structure Throughout the Acqmsltlon LIfe Cycle FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP 1ini'orii: Breakdown Stnictnre in the Acquisition Life Circle — Significant ltole A WES dispiays and defines the productsis) to he developed or produced and relates the elements of work to be accomplished to each other and to the end product. Select Control Account for more information. Control Account Manager The Control Account Manager {CAM} is responsible for: I Responsible for allocating resources and planning schedules to accomplish Ithe tasks within a control account [associated with an element of the work breakdown structure} I Workfplanning packages the CAM develops within their control account become part of the Integrated Master Schedule {IMS} and the Performance Measurement Baseline {PMS} m..._ .I. .- Controi Account Management Control Point AEQIGI Fundamentale of Syetem Acquisition Hanagement Le55on o.-:i — Work Breakdown structure Throughout the flcqumtlon Life Cycle FIESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP 1ini'orii: Breakdown Stnictnre in the Acquisition Life Circle — Significant Role A WES diapiays and defines i'he productaia) to be deveiooed or produced and reiates the eEemente of work to be accompiiehed to each other and to the end product. Seiect Control Account for more information. Long Description 1.5 mm Tlfl Elimination FUNCTIONAL ORGANIZA HON Control Account Management Control Point AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson o.-:i — Work Breakdown structure Throughout the ficqmsltlon Life Cycle HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP 1ini'orli: Breakdown Stnicture in the Acquisition Life Circle — Significant Role A WES dispiays and defines the productsis) to be deveioped or produced and reEates the eEements of 1iiioric to be accompiished to each. other and to the end product. Seiect Control Account for more information. was The WES plays a significant roie in: 1.5 I Planning and assigning management and technical WmMTlfl responsibilities " “mm" I Monitoring and controlling the progress and status Engineering efforts Resource allocation Expenditures Cost and technicai perfonnance ( Control Account Kev Management Control Point ACQIOI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson that — Work Breakdown structure Throughout the AII'EIUISII'IDII Llfe Cycle FIESEIIJHEES PHIHT I HELP Work Breakdown Structure Is an Evolving Document in Acquisition Process Because the WES is an evolving document that represents a snapshot in time, the WES is involved continuallyr throughout the acquisition process. The diagram heiow is an exampie of a WES that is invoived throughout the acquisition process based on the level of the WES. ACQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson ("1.4 — Work Breakdown structure Throughout the Acqmsltlon LIfe Cvcle HESDUREES ! PRIHT I HELP 1ini'orli: Breakdown Structure 15 an Evolving Document in Acquisition Process Because the WES is an evoiving document that represents a snapshot in time, the WES is invoived continuallyr throughout the acquisition process. The diagram below is an example of a WES that is involved throughout the acquisition process based on the ievel of the WES. Long Desm‘ipfion A diagram illustrates each ievel of a WES throughout the acquisition process. The diagram begins with Level 1, the Mission Product. Level 2 includes Application and Services. Level 3 under Application includes Module CI#, which in tum contains the Level 4 elements of Design, Document, Develop, and Test. Under Services, Level 3 contains Apportioned Costs, aversight and Reviews, {)perationsfSuppor-t, and Non-Direct Labor. Apporijoned Costs contains Risk Management, Program Plan, Contract Management, Tech. Management, Test BL Evaluation, Req. Management, and Configuration Management. Oversight ELReviews contains Phase Reviews, Tech Reviews, Management Reviews, IPTsfMeetings, and Compliance. DpeialjonsfSupport contains EMAISLA, Customer Support, and Planning. Non-Direct Labor includes Training. M33101 Fundamentals of System Acquisition Hanagement Lesson that — Work Breakdown Structure Throughout the hcqmsltlon Llfe Cycle HESDUHEES : PRINT I HELP Kimmiedge Review WES piays a significant roie in which of the foiiowing? {Seiect aii that appir) Monitoring and controiiing the progress and status of cost ancF technicai performance Monitoring and controiiing the progress and status of engineering efforts _ Designing compiex engineering systems Pianning and assigning management and technical responsibilities Chester's“: The WES piays a significant roie in pianning and assigning management and technicai responsihiiities and monitoring and controiiing the progress and status of engineering efforts, resource aiiocations, cost estimates, expenditures, and cost and technicai performance. M33101 Fundamentals of System Acquisition Hanagement Lesson 6A — Work Breakdown Structure Throughout the ficqmsltlon Life Cycle HESDUHEES : PRINT I HELP Krmwledge Review The WES provides a consistent and visibie framework for matefiei Etems am;f contracts within a program throughout its life cycte. True I:| Fafse 11Iat statement is true. The WES provides a consistent and visiote framework for materieI items and contracts witj'rin a program throughout its life cycie. AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Hanagement Lesson o.-:i — Work Breakdown structure Throughout the flEqUISItIDII LIfe Cycle HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Summary In this iesson you have learned the foiiowing key considerations: - Recognized the Work Breakdown Structure {WES} provides a framework for materiel items and contracts within a program throughout its life cycle I Throughout the acquisition life cycle the WES is defined, developed and maintained through the application of the systems engineering {SE} process I The WES is an evolving document that is continually involved throughout the a c guisition pro :3 ess AEQIGI Fundamentals of System Acquisition Management Lesson (“L4 — Work Breakdown structure Throughout the ficqmsltlon Life Cycle HESDUHEES | PRINT I HELP Lesson Completion You have compieted the content for this Lesson. To continue, select another lesson from the Tahie of Contents on the left. 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