Barriers to successful implementation of Integrated Product and Process

Barriers to successful implementation of integrated

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12) Barriers to successful implementation of Integrated Product and Process Development (IPPD) include the following (Select all that apply): [Identify the barriers to successful Integrated Product Team (IPT) implementation.]Need for significant cultural change 12) Barriers to successful implementation of Integrated Product and Process Development (IPPD) include the following (Select all that apply): [Identify the barriers to successful Integrated Product Team (IPT) implementation.]Need for significant cultural change Open discussions with no secrets Empowered, qualified team members Contractor uses IPPD / DoD does not Poorly run meetings or reviews processes, including commercial practices that impact the relationship between Government and industry.]reduced planning time 14) A TEMP (either initial or updated, as appropriate) must be provided for consideration and approval before each milestone review, starting with Milestone B. [Identify the key Operational Test & Evaluation (OT&E) activities that must be coordinated with the Director, Operational Test & Evaluation (DOT&E) staff and the Operational Test Agencies (OTAs).][Remediation Accessed :N] False True Lesson 2.5
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15) Design of Experiments (DOE) can have a positive impact on test and evaluation (T&E) resources by providing an efficient/effective means to ascertain the appropriate test sample sizes and therefore enable reductions in cost and schedule. [Identify issues affecting T&E resource requirements, test planning, and test execution activities in support of a program's acquisition strategy.]True False 16) Which of the following is a true statement about the Product Support Strategy Process Model? [Identify long term supportability and sustainment strategies through the application of the Product Support Business Model (PSBM).]It is an iterative process in which the sustainment of a system (or systems) is adapted and evolved to optimally support the needs and requirements of the Warfighter. It is a one-time process that defines the needs and requirements of the Warfighter early in the life cycle.
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  • Acquisition Program Baseline, operational test, acquisition strategy, acquisition program, Operational Test & Evaluation

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