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DoDI 5000.02, January 7,

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 (5) The Program Manager and test agencies for all programs will provide the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) with all reports, and the supporting data and metadata for the test events in those reports. If there are limitations in the data or metadata that can be provided to DTIC, those limitations will be documented in the TEMP starting at Milestone B. (6) Test agencies will provide the DoD Modeling and Simulation Coordination Office with a descriptive summary and metadata for all accredited models or simulations that can potentially be reused by other programs. (7) The Secretaries of the Military Departments, in coordination with the Defense Acquisition Executive, DOT&E, and the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, will establish a common set of data for each major weapon system type to be collected on damage incurred during combat operations. This data will be stored in a single dedicated and accessible repository at DTIC. The lessons learned from analyzing this data will be included, as appropriate, in both the capability requirements process and the acquisition process for new acquisitions, modifications, and/or upgrades. 12. OPERATIONAL TEST READINESS. The DoD Components will each establish an Operational Test Readiness Review process to be executed for programs on under DOT&E oversight prior to any Operational Test. Prior to IOT&E, the process will include a review of DT&E results, an assessment of the system’s progress against the key performance parameters KPPs, key system attributes, and critical technical parameters in the TEMP, an analysis of identified technical risks to verify that those risks have been retired or mitigated to the extent possible during DT&E and/or OT&E, a review of system certifications, and a review of the IOT&E entrance criteria specified in the TEMP. 13. CERTIFICATIONS. Testing in support of certifications should be planned in conjunction with all other testing. a. The Program Manager is responsible for determining what certifications are required; ensuring involvement of the representatives of applicable certifying authorities in the T&E WIPT; and satisfying the certification requirements. b. The Program Manager will provide the MDA, DOT&E, and the lead OTA with all data on certifications as requested. c. In accordance with DoD Instruction 8330.01 (Reference (ab)), the TEMP for all programs must reflect interoperability and supportability requirements, and serve as the basis for interoperability assessments and certifications. Change 2, 02/02/2017 124 ENCLOSURE 5

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 14. TEMP EVOLUTION THROUGH THE ACQUISITION MILESTONES. The preceding policies are summarized together with associated DOT&E guidance and TEMP outlines at Change 2, 02/02/2017 125 ENCLOSURE 5

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