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DoDI 5000.02, January 7,

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 b. Investment Review Board (IRB) (1) The IRB will be established and chaired by the Deputy Chief Management Officer (DCMO). (2) The IRB serves as an advisory body to the chair and will assist the chair in: (a) Prioritizing DoD enterprise business system capability requirements and providing oversight of processes and procedures for business systems that support defense business operations and enable end-to-end process optimization. (b) Reviewing problem statements (approved by the IRB Chair) and investment certification requests (that are certified by the IRB Chair who recommends approval to the DBSMC). (c) Reviewing capability requirements and technical configuration changes that have the potential to impact cost and schedule for programs in development. (3) For DBS for which the MDA is at the DoD level, the IRB Chair will serve as a member of the Defense Acquisition Board. (4) The IRB Chair will ensure that the business need and recommended solution are consistent with portfolio priorities and are compliant with the Business Enterprise Architecture. (5) When an increment is fully deployed, the Program Manager will schedule a close-out review with the MDA and the IRB to determine whether the investment has achieved the outcomes defined in the Problem Statement. c. Functional Sponsors (1) Functional sponsors are the OSD or DoD Component executives responsible for: (a) Representing user community interests. (b) Ensuring DBS investments are funded. (c) Defining management capability. Decision. (d) Verifying that capability requirements are met prior to the Full Deployment (e) Developing the Problem Statement and the non-materiel portions of the Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel, Facilities, and Policy (DOTMLPF-P) solution. Change 2, 02/02/2017 154 ENCLOSURE 12

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 (f) Supporting the Program Manager to develop the program acquisition strategy, accomplish effective business process re-engineering, and implement the DOTMLPF-P solution. (2) The Functional Sponsor will review the threshold capability requirements and, if refinement is required, propose changes to the IRB chair for approval prior to the Milestone or Decision Point. (3) Prior to the Development Request for Proposal (RFP) Release Decision Point, the Functional Sponsor will: (a) Define Full Deployment for the increment. (b) Ensure business process re-engineering is successfully completed. d. DoD Component Pre-Certification Authority (1) The DoD Component Pre-Certification Authority is the military Department Chief Management Officer, the Defense Agency Director, or a designee approved by the DoD DCMO. Prior to the MDD or any subsequent milestone decision, the DoD Component Pre-Certification Authority must determine that: (a) The DBS is in compliance with the enterprise architecture. (b) The business process supported by the DBS is or will be as streamlined and efficient as practicable. (c) The need to tailor commercial-off-the-shelf systems to meet or incorporate unique requirements or unique interfaces has been eliminated or reduced to the extent practical. (d) The DBS is necessary to: 1. Achieve a critical national security capability, or address a critical requirement in an area such as safety or security; or 2. Prevent a significant adverse effect on a project that is needed to achieve an essential capability, taking into consideration the alternative solutions for preventing such adverse effect. (2) The Pre-Certification authority’s determination will be documented in a memorandum and provided to the IRB as part of the certification review. The DBSMC must approve the IRB Certification prior to any action that would result in the obligation of funds. e. DoD Component Head and Acquisition Executive. The DoD Component head and the Component Acquisition Executive will provide oversight of a DBS program that does not meet the MAIS thresholds in Table 1, is not expected to exceed those thresholds, and has not been designated as special interest or Pre-MAIS. The requirements and acquisition processes and Change 2, 02/02/2017 155 ENCLOSURE 12