Unformatted text preview: LRIP and Production) , Sustainment and Maintenance ment ment All validated by JROC MNS ORD Relationship to Requirements Process geE L geE PL Figure 22. Representative Life Cycle for Defense Acquisition, per US DODI 5000.2 (Final Coordination Draft, April 2000) P Support--this phase is part of the product life cycle, but is really ongoing management. Various projects may be conducted during this phase to improve capability, correct defects, etc. Construction. Adapted from Morris (1), describes a construction project life cycle, as illustrated in Figure 2-3. Feasibility--project formulation, feasibility studies, and strategy design and approval. A go/no-go decision is made at the end of this phase. Planning and design--base design, cost and schedule, contract terms and conditions, and detailed planning. Major contracts are let at the end of this phase. Construction--manufacturing, delivery, civil works, installation, and testing. The facility is substantially complete at the end of this phase. Turnover and startup--final testing and maintenance. The facility is in full operation at the end of this phase. Pharmaceuticals. Murphy (2) describes a project life cycle for pharmaceutical new product development in the United States, as illustrated in Figure 2-4. Discovery and screening--includes basic and applied research to identify candidates for preclinical testing. Preclinical development--includes laboratory and animal testing to determine safety and efficacy, as well as preparation and filing of an Investigational New Drug (IND) application. Registration(s) workup--includes Clinical Phase I, II, and III tests, as well as preparation and filing of a New Drug Application (NDA). Postsubmission activity--includes additional work as required to support Food and Drug Administration review of the NDA. 14 NAVIGATION LINKS ACROYMNS LIST ACRONYMS LIST ACROYMNS LIST A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) 2000 Edition 2000 Project Management Institute, Four Campus Boulevard, Newtown Square, PA 19073-3299 USA Chapter 2--The Project Management Context 100% Installation Substantially Complete Full Operations Percent Complete Project "GO" Decision A Guide to the A Guide to the Major Contracts Let STAGE I FEASIBILITY PLANNING Project Formulation and DESIGN Feasibility Studies Base Design Strategy Design Cost and Schedule and Approval Contract Terms and Conditions Detailed Planning Project Project Management Management Body of Body of KnowledgeE L KnowledgeE PL
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CONSTRUCTION TURNOVER Manufacturing and STARTUP Delivery Final Testing Civil Works Maintenance Installation Testing Life-Cycle Stage Figure 23. Representative Construction Project Life Cycle, per Morris MP AM SA S Software development. There are a number of software life-cycle models in use such as the waterfall model. Muench, et al. (3) describe a spiral model for software development with four cycles and four quadrants, as illustrated in Figure 2-...
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