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DoDI 5000.02, January 7,

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 (13) Full-Rate Production or Full Deployment. In this part of the P&D Phase, the remaining production or deployment of the product is completed, leading to Full Operational Capability or Full Deployment. (14) Operations and Support (O&S) Phase (a) Purpose. The purpose of the O&S Phase is to execute the product support strategy, satisfy materiel readiness and operational support performance requirements, and sustain the system over its life cycle (to include disposal). The O&S Phase begins after the production or deployment decision and is based on an MDA-approved LCSP. Enclosure 6 includes a more detailed discussion of sustainment planning; Enclosure 7 addresses planning for human systems integration. (b) Phase Description. The phase has two major efforts, Sustainment and Disposal. The LCSP, prepared by the Program Manager and approved by the MDA, is the basis for the activities conducted during this phase. 1. Sustainment. During this phase, the Program Manager will deploy the product support package and monitor its performance according to the LCSP. The LCSP may include time-phased transitions between commercial, organic, and partnered product support providers. The Program Manager will ensure resources are programmed and necessary IP deliverables and associated license rights, tools, equipment, and facilities are acquired to support each of the levels of maintenance that will provide product support; and will establish necessary organic depot maintenance capability in compliance with statute and the LCSP. a. A successful program meets the sustainment performance requirements, remains affordable, and continues to seek cost reductions by applying Should Cost management and other techniques throughout the O&S Phase. Doing so requires close coordination with the war-fighting sponsor (i.e., user), resource sponsors, and materiel enterprise stake holders, along with effective management of support arrangements and contracts. During O&S, the Program Manager will measure, assess, and report system readiness using sustainment metrics and implement corrective actions for trends diverging from the required performance outcomes defined in the APB and LCSP. b. Over the system life cycle, operational needs, technology advances, evolving threats, process improvements, fiscal constraints, plans for follow-on systems, or a combination of these influences and others may warrant revisions to the LCSP. When revising the LCSP, the Program Manager will revalidate the supportability analyses and review the most current product support requirements, senior leader guidance, and fiscal assumptions to evaluate product support changes or alternatives and determine best value. 2. Disposal. At the end of its useful life, a system will be demilitarized and disposed of in accordance with all legal and regulatory requirements and policy relating to safety (including explosives safety), security, and the environment. Change 2, 02/02/2017 32

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 e. Additional Procedures and Guidance (1) The enclosures to this instruction contain additional acquisition policy and procedures that guide program planning. (a) Enclosure 1 details the programmatic requirements established by statute or regulation. It defines acquisition program categories and compliance requirements for those categories. (b) Enclosures 2 through 10 and Enclosure 14 provide specific policy and procedures applicable in various functional areas across the life cycle of the acquired system. (c) Enclosure 11 provides specific policy applicable to programs containing information technology. (d) Enclosure 12 Reference (cw) provides specific policy and procedures applicable to Defense Business Systems. (e) Enclosure 13 provides specific policy and procedures applicable to Urgent Needs satisfying urgent needs in less than 2 years. (2) Consistent with program requirements and subparagraphs 4b and 4c of this instruction, MDAs may tailor the information requirements and procedures in this section of the instruction and in Enclosures 1 through 13 14. As stated in paragraph 4c, some exceptions to regulatory policy may require coordination with the cognizant authority. Statutory requirements will not be waived unless permitted by the statute. 6. RELEASABILITY. Cleared for public release. This instruction is available on the Internet from the DoD Issuances Website at 7. EFFECTIVE DATE. This instruction is effective January 7, 2015. Frank Kendall J. Michael Gilmore Terry Halvorsen Under Secretary of Defense for Director, Operational Acting DoD Chief Acquisition, Technology, and Test and Evaluation Information Officer Logistics Change 2, 02/02/2017 33

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