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Department of Defense INSTRUCTION

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DoDI 5000.02, January 7,

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 PURPOSE ..................................................................................................................... 43 47 48 ACATs .......................................................................................................................... 43 47 48 Categories ............................................................................................................... 43 47 48 Designation of Programs That Qualify as Both a Major Automated Information System (MAIS) Program and a Major Defense Acquisition Program (MDAP) ........... 43 47 48 Program Reclassification ........................................................................................ 43 47 48 ACQUISITION PROGRAM INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS AT MILESTONES AND OTHER DECISION POINTS ....................................................................... 45 49 50 APBs AND BASELINE BREACHES ......................................................................... 59 65 66 REPORTING REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................ 62 68 69 CCA COMPLIANCE ................................................................................................... 72 82 83 ENCLOSURE 2: PROGRAM MANAGEMENT ............................................................. 73 83 84 PURPOSE ..................................................................................................................... 73 83 84 ACQUISITION CHAIN OF COMMAND ................................................................... 73 83 84 ASSIGNMENT OF PEOs............................................................................................. 73 83 84 ASSIGNMENT OF PROGRAM MANAGERS .......................................................... 74 84 85 PROGRAM OFFICE STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATIONS ................................ 74 86 87 Program Office Structure ........................................................................................ 74 86 87 Joint Program Office Organization ......................................................................... 75 86 87 PROGRAM MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES ................................................. 75 87 88 Acquisition Strategies ............................................................................................. 75 87 88 Program Baseline Development and Management ................................................. 77 88 89 Earned Value Management (EVM) ........................................................................ 77 89 90 Risk Management ................................................................................................... 77 89 90 Cost Baseline Control and Use of “Should Cost” Management ............................. 77 90 91 INTERNATIONAL ACQUISITION AND EXPORTABILITY ................................. 78 91 92 International Acquisition and Exportability Considerations .................................. 78 91 92 International Cooperative Program Management ................................................... 78 91 92 Waivers ................................................................................................................... 79 91 92 INDUSTRIAL BASE ANALYSIS AND CONSIDERATIONS ................................. 79 91 92 LIFE-CYCLE MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION AND DATA PROTECTION 80 92 93 ENCLOSURE 3: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING ................................................................. 81 93 94 PURPOSE ..................................................................................................................... 81 93 94 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PLAN ............................................................................. 81 93 94 DEVELOPMENT PLANNING.................................................................................... 82 94 95 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING TRADE-OFF ANALYSES............................................ 82 94 95 TECHNICAL RISK AND OPPORTUNITY MANAGEMENT ................................. 83 95 96 TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE MEASURES AND METRICS ............................... 83 95 96 TECHNICAL REVIEWS ............................................................................................. 83 95 96 PDR ......................................................................................................................... 83 95 96 Critical Design Review (CDR) ............................................................................... 83 95 96 CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT ........................................................................ 84 96 97 MODELING AND SIMULATION .............................................................................. 84 96 97 MANUFACTURING AND PRODUCIBILITY .......................................................... 84 96 97 Change 2, 02/02/2017 36 CONTENTS

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 SOFTWARE ................................................................................................................. 84 96 97 RELIABILITY AND MAINTAINABILITY (R&M) .................................................. 85 97 98 PROGRAM PROTECTION ......................................................................................... 85 97 98 PPP .......................................................................................................................... 86 98 99 Countermeasures ..................................................................................................... 86 98 99 MODULAR OPEN SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURES APPROACH .............................. 86 98 99 CORROSION PREVENTION AND CONTROL ...................................................... 87 99 100 ENVIRONMENT, SAFETY, AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH (ESOH) ............ 87 99 100 PESHE .................................................................................................................. 87 99 100 NEPA/ E.O. 12114 .............................................................................................. 87 100 101 Mishap Investigation Support ............................................................................. 88 100 101 INSENSITIVE MUNITIONS ................................................................................... 88 100 101 ITEM UNIQUE IDENTIFICATION ....................................................................... 88 100 101 SPECTRUM SUPPORTABILITY ........................................................................... 88 100 101 PROGRAM SUPPORT ASSESSMENTS (PSAs) ................................................... 88 101 102 ENCLOSURE 4: DEVELOPMENTAL TEST AND EVALUATION (DT&E) .......... 90 102 103 PURPOSE ................................................................................................................. 90 102 103 OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................. 90 102 103 T&E MANAGEMENT ............................................................................................. 91 103 104 DT&E ACTIVITIES ................................................................................................. 92 104 105 DT&E PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS............................................................... 93 105 106 DT&E EXECUTION, EVALUATION, AND REPORTING .................................. 96 108 109 DT&E Execution ................................................................................................ 96 108 109 DASD(DT&E) Program Assessments ................................................................ 96 108 109 DT&E Reports and Data ..................................................................................... 96 108 110 ENCLOSURE 5: OPERATIONAL AND LIVE FIRE TEST AND EVALUATION (OT&E AND LFT&E) ........................................................................................................... 98 110 111 OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................. 98 110111 APPLICABILITY ...................................................................................................... 98 110111 DOT&E OVERSIGHT LIST .................................................................................... 99 111 112 T&E PROGRAM MANAGEMENT ........................................................................ 99 111 112 Early Engagement ............................................................................................... 99 111 112 Lead Operational Test Agency (OTA) ............................................................. 100 112 113 Required Documentation .................................................................................. 100 112 113 T&E PROGRAM PLANNING .............................................................................. 100 112 113 OT&E ACTIVITIES ............................................................................................... 102 114 115 Operational Assessments (OAs) ....................................................................... 102 114 115 RFPs .................................................................................................................. 103 115 116 OT&E for Reliability and Maintainability ........................................................ 103 115 116 Use of Modeling and Simulation ...................................................................... 103 115 116 OT&E FOR SOFTWARE ...................................................................................... 104 116 117 CYBERSECURITY ................................................................................................ 105 117 118 LFT&E .................................................................................................................... 105 117 118 RESOURCES AND SCHEDULE .......................................................................... 106 118 119 Change 2, 02/02/2017 37 CONTENTS