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DoDsystemsengineering-1 - SYSTEMS ENGINEERING Version 3.0,...

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Version 3.0, 9-15-09, chart 1 “CLICK” TO CONTINUE… S Y S T E M S E N G I N E E R I N G
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Version 3.0, 9-15-09, chart 2 “CLICK” TO CONTINUE… Systems Engineering: Definition Systems engineering is the set of overarching processes that a program team applies to develop an operationally effective and suitable system from a stated capability need. Systems engineering processes apply across the acquisition life cycle (adapted to each phase) and serve as the mechanism for integrating capability needs, design considerations and constraints, and risk, as well as limitations imposed by technology, budget, and schedule. The systems engineering processes should be applied during concept definition, and then continuously throughout the life cycle. Ref: Defense Acquisition Guidebook, paragraph 4.0.2
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Version 3.0, 9-15-09, chart 3 “CLICK” TO CONTINUE… Systems Engineering Processes The systems engineering process includes eight technical processes and eight technical management processes. S Y S T E M S E N G I N E E R I N G Technical Stakeholders Requirements Development Requirements Analysis Architectural Design Solution Implementation Integration Verification Validation Transition Technical Management Decision Analysis Technical Planning Technical Assessment Requirements Management Risk Management Configuration Management Technical Data Management Interface Management
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Version 3.0, 9-15-09, chart 4 “CLICK” TO CONTINUE… Technical Processes (1 of 4) The program manger uses technical processes to design the system, subsystems, and components, including the supporting or enabling systems required to produce, support, operate, or dispose of a system. (The terminology used to indicate a subsystem is system element, component, or configuration item, depending on the systems engineering context and phase of acquisition under discussion.) The Technical Processes consist of the following: 1. Stakeholders Requirements Definition - takes all inputs from relevant stakeholders and translates the inputs into technical requirements. DoD systems engineers primarily respond to the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) documents that express the Concepts of Operations and identify capability gaps in need of a materiel solution. The program manager and systems engineer should work with the user to establish and refine operational needs, attributes, performance parameters, and constraints that flow from JCIDS-described capabilities, and then ensure that all relevant requirements and design considerations are addressed. The focus of this process should translate customer needs into the following program and system requirements: * Performance parameter objectives and thresholds; * Affordability constraints; * Scheduling constraints; and * Technical constraints 2. Requirements Analysis -Encompasses the definition and refinement of system, subsystem, and lower-level functional and performance requirements and interfaces
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