Defense policy requires designated systems to be certified as interoperable In

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5) Defense policy requires designated systems to be certified as interoperable. In part, testing to ensure interoperability is conducted to determine if the system is: [Identify the requirements for interoperability testing.]
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6) The final approval authority for system-related National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documentation is the: [Identify the information required for a milestone review regarding environmental, safety, and occupational health issues.] Component Acquisition Executive (CAE) Program Manager (PM) Environmental coordinator Under Secretary of Defense (Environmental Security) 7) Threshold values, establishing (minimum) parameters for a system, and objective values, establishing desired parameters for a system, can be found in 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.] 8) DoD policy is to consider international cooperative development only after U.S.-only solutions have been shown to be impractical. [Identify the advantages and disadvantages of international armaments cooperative development in an acquisition strategy.] True False 9) Monitoring the performance of risk handling actions is involved in which step of the risk management process? [Identify the five activities of the risk management process.] Risk monitoring Risk mitigation Risk identification Risk analysis
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  • Fall '16
  • acquisition strategy, acquisition program

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