A Life Cycle Cost Estimate LCCE estimates the cost of developing producing

A life cycle cost estimate lcce estimates the cost of

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15) A Life-Cycle Cost Estimate (LCCE) estimates the cost of developing, producing, deploying, and maintaining a system over its entire lifespan. Operating and disposing of the system is included in its own cost estimate. [Identify how the program Life Cycle Cost Estimate (LCCE) is incorporated, by appropriation, into a properly-phased budget plan that extends the duration of the program.][Remediation Accessed :N] FalseTrue 16) Which of the following is a benefit of the implementation of "affordability" into the DoD Decision Support System? [Identify the role "affordability" plays across the DoD Decision Support Systems.][Remediation Accessed :N] 17) All of the following are included in an affordability analysis EXCEPT: [Identify the parameters of affordability analysis.] 18) For Life Cycle Cost (LCC), Logistics includes depot maintenance and spares. [Differentiate between Life Cycle Costs (LCC) and Total Ownership Costs (TOC).] 19) An engineering improvement that increases the mean time between failure (MTBF) thus decreasing operating support costs is an example of: [Identify the difference between cost savings and cost avoidance in regard to Total Ownership Costs (TOC).] Cost avoidance8/22/2018 Page 4 of 5 DAU
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Cost savingsWill costShould cost 20) Which cost analysis is focused on reasonable extrapolations from historical experiences with similar programs and usually result in higher costs? [Recognize the difference between "Should Cost" and "Will Cost."]"Will Cost""Reduced Cost""Could Cost""Fixed Costs" Back to Status page Page 5 of 5 DAU 8/22/2018
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