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Department of Defense INSTRUCTION

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DoDI 5000.02, January 7,

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 ENCLOSURE 6 LIFE-CYCLE SUSTAINMENT 1. PURPOSE. This enclosure describes the application of life-cycle sustainment planning policies and procedures. The enclosure addresses sustainment across the life cycle, and the elements of the Life-Cycle Sustainment Plan (LCSP). 2. SUSTAINMENT ACROSS THE LIFE CYCLE. Sustainment planning, including the requirements in 10 U.S.C. 2337 (Reference (g) (h)), and in Appendix E to Enclosure B of the Manual for the Operation of the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (Reference (r)), must be an integral element of the capability requirements and acquisition process from inception. a. The Program Manager, with the support of the Product Support Manager (PSM), will: (1) Develop and implement an affordable and effective performance-based product support strategy. The product support strategy will be the basis for all sustainment efforts and lead to a product support package to achieve and sustain warfighter requirements. (a) The product support strategy will address, at a minimum: 1. An integrated product support capability implementing the program’s mix of government and industry providers supported by appropriate analyses included in 10 U.S.C. 2337. 2. Sustainment metrics mapped to the sustainment key performance parameter KPP and key system attributes to manage sustainment performance. 3. Implementation of a reliability improvement program based on Failure Modes, Effects and Critically Analysis (or defect tracking for software), other engineering data developed during the systems engineering process, system health information generated by applicable on-board and off-board technologies, and data sources in accordance with DoD Instruction 4151.22 (Reference (bi)). 4. Competition, or the option of competition, at the prime and subcontract levels for large and small businesses, and system and sub-system levels. 5. The necessary intellectual property (IP) deliverables and associated license rights, consistent with and integrated with the program IP Strategy. Paragraph 6a(4) in Enclosure 2 of this instruction details IP policy. 6. How and when computer software and computer software documentation (as defined in Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (Reference (al)) section 252.227- Change 2, 02/02/2017 126 ENCLOSURE 6

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 7014) and other material and activities required to maintain and sustain the software after Initial Operational Capability (IOC) will be provided to the government for systems that require core logistics support or when depot level software maintenance is required. Paragraph 3d(2) in this enclosure addresses core logistics requirements. 7. The use of existing government owned inventory prior to use of product support arrangements as required in 10 U.S.C. 2337 (Reference (g) (h)). 8. The government accountable property system that documents all government owned property whether it is held and managed by the government, contractor, or third party, in accordance with 40 U.S.C. 524 (Reference (p)). (b) Product support integrators and product support providers may be organic, commercial, or a combination. (2) Ensure identification of obsolete parts in specifications and develop plans for suitable replacements in accordance with P.L. 113-66, section 803 (Reference (bj)) as part of the program’s plan to prevent the acquisition of counterfeit material in the DoD supply chain as required by DoD Instruction 4140.67 (Reference (ck)). (3) Employ effective performance-based logistics (PBL) planning, development, implementation, and management in developing a system’s product support arrangements. PBL is performance-based product support, where outcomes are acquired through performance-based arrangements that deliver warfighter requirements and incentivize product support providers to reduce costs through innovation. (4) Continually assess and refine the product support strategy based on projected and actual performance. (5) Employ a “Should-Cost” management and analysis approach to identify and implement system and enterprise sustainment cost reduction initiatives. Should-cost targets will be established and reviewed periodically based on analysis of acquisition sustainment costs and operations and support (O&S) cost element drivers. Program managers will capture product support metrics and cost data in DoD Component- and DoD-level information systems, and track performance against should-cost targets. (6) Continually monitor product support performance and correct trends that could negatively impact availability and cost. (7) Minimize unique automatic test equipment (ATE) by utilizing designated DoD automatic test system families for all ATE hardware and software in DoD field and depot operations. (8) Begin demilitarization and disposal planning, including demilitarization and controlled inventory item coding of system, subsystems, or components, as required by DoD Manual 4160.28-M (Reference (bk)), with sufficient lead time before the disposal or retirement Change 2, 02/02/2017 127 ENCLOSURE 6

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