Who would certify the interoperability performance of a command and control

Who would certify the interoperability performance of

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1) Who would certify the interoperability performance of a command and control system used by both the Army and the Navy? [Identify the key T&E support organizations within DoD.][Remediation Accessed :N] Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC)Joint StaffArmy Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) and Navy Operational Test and Evaluation Activity (OPTEVFOR)Joint Requirements Oversight Council (JROC) 2) Which one of the following test and evaluation (T&E) products is required at Milestone C? [Identify the primary Test and Evaluation (T&E) products required at each acquisition milestone.] 3) Defense policy requires designated systems to be certified as interoperable. In part, testing to ensure interoperability is conducted to determine if the system is: 4) The Acquisition Strategy should normally be generated using an integrated product team (IPT) approach, including representation from all of the players listed below EXCEPT the _________. [Identify the information required for a decision review and recognize the significance of the Acquisition Program Baseline (APB), Key Performance Parameters (KPPs), and Acquisition Strategy.] Page 1 of 2 DAU 9/28/2016
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Milestone Decision Authority Contracting Officer End User Funds Manager 5) One of the primary advantages of international cooperative development includes: [Identify the advantages and disadvantages of international armaments cooperative development in an acquisition strategy.] 6) Transitioning to Integrated Product and Process Development (IPPD) will involve application of certain key tenets, such as customer focus, concurrent development, and: [Relate the key tenets of Integrated Produce and Process Development (IPPD) to planning and executing an acquisition program.][Remediation Accessed :N] Event-driven schedulingSupervisory leadershipReliance on independent organizationsRisk avoidance
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