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DoDI 5000.02, January 7,

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 (a) Determine the feasibility of fielding the capability within the required timelines to include consideration of the technical maturity of the preferred solution(s). (b) Review the Acquisition Strategy and Program Baseline and determine whether the preferred solution(s): 1. Can be fielded within 2 years. 2. Does not require substantial development effort. 3. Is based on technologies that are proven and available. 4. Can be acquired under a fixed price contract. (c) Provide any exceptions necessary pursuant to section 804 (b)(3) of P.L. 111-383 (Reference (m)), including exceptions to the requirements of paragraphs 4b(2)(b)1 through 4b(2)(b)4. (d) Approve initial quantities to be produced and assessed (to include required assessment and training articles). (e) Approve the tailored Acquisition Strategy and Acquisition Program Baseline. These documents will be based on available information to be updated over time as directed by the MDA. (f) Decide if RAA, in accordance with section 806(c) of P.L. 107-314 (Reference (i) (cd)), should be requested from the Secretary of Defense or Deputy Secretary of Defense to expedite the fielding of the capability. (g) Approve the planned testing approach. A normal Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP) is generally not necessary. TEMPs are usually not appropriate for rapid urgent capability acquisitions when there is minimal development work and minimal T&E to execute. Some test planning is usually required, however. In collaborate collaboration with the supporting operational test organization, a highly tailored and abbreviated test plan may be required by the MDA. The abbreviated test plan will describe a performance assessment approach that will include schedule, test types and environment, and assets required. An Operational Test Plan for the required pre-deployment performance assessment is generally adequate. If the defense rapid urgent capability acquisition program is on under DOT&E oversight, a TEMP is also not normally required; however, the Program Manager should prepare a combined operational and live fire test plan for DOT&E approval. (h) Approve any appropriate waivers to statute or regulation. Specify any additional authority the Program Manager may use to modify the acquisition approach without the specific approval of the MDA. Change 2, 02/02/2017 166 ENCLOSURE 13

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 (i) Authorize release of the request for proposals RFP and related documents for development and any other MDA approved actions. (j) Document these decisions in an ADM. c. Development Activities (1) Development includes an assessment of the performance, safety, suitability, and survivability of the capability, but does not require that all identified deficiencies including those related to safety be resolved prior to production or deployment. The MDA will, in consultation with the user and the requirements validation authority, determine which deficiencies must be resolved and what risks can be accepted. (2) IT, including NSS, fielded under this enclosure require an Authority to Operate in accordance with DoD Instruction 8510.01 (Reference (bg)). DoD Component Chief Information Officers will establish processes consistent with DoD Instruction 8510.01 for designated approval authorities to expeditiously make the certification determinations and to issue Interim Authorization to Test or Authority to Operate. d. P&D Milestone (1) Entry into P&D is approved by the MDA. (2) At the P&D Milestone review: (a) The Program Manager will summarize the results of Development activity and the program assessment to date. The Program Manager will present plans to transport, deploy, and sustain the capability; to conduct Post-Deployment Assessments; and to train maintenance and operating personnel. This information will be provided to the MDA for approval. (b) The MDA, in consultation with the supporting operational test organization, and with the concurrence of DOT&E for programs on under DOT&E oversight, will determine: 1. Whether the capability has been adequately reviewed, performs satisfactorily, is supportable, and is ready for production and deployment. 2. When assessments of fielded capabilities are required. (c) The MDA decides whether to produce and, in coordination with the requester/user, deploy (field) the system, approves the updated Acquisition Strategy (which will include the sustainment plan) and Program Baseline, and documents the Production Decision in an ADM. (3) P&D Activities Change 2, 02/02/2017 167 ENCLOSURE 13

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