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DoDI 5000.02, January 7,

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 of the first asset to reduce costs and risks and to ensure compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements. (9) Plan for corrosion prevention and control (CPC) in systems engineering and life cycle sustainment as required by DoD Instruction 5000.67 (Reference (bl)). Product support planning, especially maintenance planning and sustaining engineering, will incorporate appropriate mitigation of CPC risks inherent in the design to meet sustainment requirements. b. DoD Components will: (1) Ensure that sustainment factors are fully considered at all key life-cycle management decision points, and that appropriate measures are taken to reduce operating and support costs by influencing system design early in development, developing sound product support strategies, and addressing key drivers of cost. (2) Periodically assess product support performance and assist program managers, users, resource sponsors, and materiel enterprise stake holders to take corrective action to prevent degraded materiel readiness or O&S cost growth. (3) Initiate system modifications, as necessary, to improve performance and reduce ownership costs, consistent with the limitations prescribed in 10 U.S.C. 2244a (Reference (g) (h)). (4) Ensure Program Managers responsible for renewal of sustainment contracts that include public-private partnerships with DoD maintenance depots will include the use of Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) storage and distribution capacity in the terms of renewal public-private partnership arrangements and negotiate the transfer of government-owned inventory from commercial to DLA facilities, as specified in the arrangement. 3. LIFE-CYCLE SUSTAINMENT PLAN (LCSP). Program managers for all programs are responsible for developing and maintaining an LCSP consistent with the product support strategy, beginning at Milestone A. The plan will describe sustainment influences on system design and the technical, business, and management activities to develop, implement, and deliver a product support package that maintains affordable system operational effectiveness over the system life cycle and seeks to reduce cost without sacrificing necessary levels of program support. The Acquisition Strategy will also include an overview of the product support strategy and sustainment-related contracts. a. The Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (USD(AT&L)) (or as designated) will approve acquisition category (ACAT) ID, ACAT IAM, and USD(AT&L)-designated special interest program LCSPs. b. The Component Acquisition Executive (CAE), or designee, will approve LCSPs for ACAT IC, ACAT IAC, and ACAT II and below programs. Change 2, 02/02/2017 128 ENCLOSURE 6

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 c. The LCSP will be updated at each milestone and specified decision points to reflect the increased maturity of the product support strategy, any changes in the corresponding product support package, current risks, and any cost reduction activities. (1) At Milestone A, the LCSP will focus on development of sustainment metrics to influence design and the product support strategy, and on actions that can be taken prior to Milestone B to reduce future operating and support costs, including software sustainment. Planning will use factors and assumptions consistent with those used in the analysis of alternatives and affordability analysis, or justify any deviation from those factors and assumptions. (2) At the Development Request for Proposals RFP Release Decision Point and Milestone B, the LCSP will focus on finalizing the sustainment metrics, integrating sustainment considerations with design and risk management activities, and refining the execution plan for the design, acquisition, fielding, and competition of sustainment activities. (3) At Milestone C, if applicable, the LCSP will focus on ensuring operational supportability and verifying performance. (4) At the Full-Rate Production Decision or Full Deployment Decision, the LCSP will focus on how sustainment performance is measured, managed, assessed, and reported; and the actions to adjust the product support package to ensure continued competition and cost control while meeting warfighter mission requirements. (5) After IOC, the LCSP is the principle document governing the system’s sustainment. Programs will update the plan whenever there are changes to the product support strategy, or every 5 years, whichever occurs first, supported by appropriate analyses, sustainment metrics, sustainment costs, system components or configuration (hardware and software), environmental requirements, and disposal plans or costs. d. The LCSP will include the following annexes: (1) Business Case Analyses. The Program Manager will attach relevant assumptions, constraints, and analyses used to develop the product support strategy to the LCSP. The Defense Logistics Agency DLA will participate in supply support related business case analyses by developing and providing data for ACAT I, II, and III programs. PSMs will revalidate analyses based on changes to the assumptions, constraints, and operating environment, or every 5 years, whichever occurs first. (2) Core Logistics Analysis. By Milestone A, the DoD Component will document its determination of applicability of core depot-level maintenance and repair capability requirements in the LCSP in accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2366a (Reference (g) (h)). For Milestone B, the Program Manager will attach the program's estimated requirements for maintenance, repair and associated logistics capabilities and workloads to the LCSP in accordance with 10 U.S.C. 2366b. The program's maintenance plan will ensure that core depot-level maintenance and repair capabilities and capacity are established not later than 4 years after IOC in accordance with 10 Change 2, 02/02/2017 129 ENCLOSURE 6