Views
1 year ago

Department of Defense INSTRUCTION

x9tnk

DoDI 5000.02, January 7,

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 OPERATIONAL AND LIVE FIRE T&E EXECUTION ...................................... 107 119 120 Planning Test Events......................................................................................... 107 119 120 Conducting Test Events .................................................................................... 109 121 122 Data Management, Evaluation, and Reporting ................................................. 110 122 123 OPERATIONAL TEST READINESS ................................................................... 111 123 124 CERTIFICATIONS ................................................................................................ 111 123 124 TEMP EVOLUTION THROUGH THE ACQUISITION MILESTONES ............ 112 124 125 ENCLOSURE 6: LIFE-CYCLE SUSTAINMENT ..................................................... 112 125 126 PURPOSE ............................................................................................................... 112 125 126 SUSTAINMENT ACROSS THE LIFE CYCLE ................................................... 112 125 126 LIFE-CYCLE SUSTAINMENT PLAN (LCSP) .................................................... 114 127 128 SUSTAINMENT METRICS .................................................................................. 116 129 130 Materiel Reliability ........................................................................................... 116 130 131 O&S Cost .......................................................................................................... 116 130 131 Mean Down Time ............................................................................................. 116 130 131 Other Metrics .................................................................................................... 117 130 131 PRODUCT SUPPORT REVIEWS ........................................................................ 117 130 131 ENCLOSURE 7: HUMAN SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (HSI)................................. 118 131 132 PURPOSE ............................................................................................................... 118 131 132 GENERAL .............................................................................................................. 118 131 132 HSI PLANNING ..................................................................................................... 118 131 132 Human Factors Engineering ............................................................................. 118 131 132 Personnel ........................................................................................................... 118 131 132 Habitability ....................................................................................................... 118 131 132 Manpower ......................................................................................................... 119 132 133 Training ............................................................................................................. 119 132 133 Safety and Occupational Health........................................................................ 119 132 133 Force Protection and Survivability ................................................................... 119 132 133 ENCLOSURE 8: AFFORDABILITY ANALYSIS AND INVESTMENT CONSTRAINTS ..................................................................................................... 120 133 134 PURPOSE ............................................................................................................... 120 133 134 OVERVIEW ........................................................................................................... 120 133 134 LIFE- CYCLE AFFORDABILITY ANALYSIS ................................................... 121 134 135 A Product Life Cycle, Component Portfolio Analysis (30 to 40 Years Nominal) ..................................................................................................... 121 134 135 Future Budget.............................................................................................. 122 135 136 Time Horizon .............................................................................................. 122 135 136 Consistency ................................................................................................. 122 135 136 Fiscal Guidance ........................................................................................... 122 135 136 Inflators ....................................................................................................... 122 135 136 Portfolios ..................................................................................................... 122 135 136 Other Portfolio Plans................................................................................... 122 135 136 Affordability Analysis Updates .................................................................. 122 135 136 Change 2, 02/02/2017 38 CONTENTS

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 Affordability Analysis Output Format .............................................................. 123 136 137 Data Format ................................................................................................ 123 136 137 Data Requirements for Programs ................................................................ 123 136 137 Timing of Affordability Analysis ..................................................................... 123 136 137 Importance of AoAs to Affordability ............................................................... 123 136 137 Affordability Constraints: Goals and Caps ...................................................... 123 136 137 At MDD ...................................................................................................... 124 137 138 At Milestone A ............................................................................................ 124 137 138 At the Development RFP Release Decision Point, Milestone B, and Beyond .......................................................................................... 124 137 138 Monitoring and Reporting................................................................................. 124 137 138 LOWER ACAT PROGRAMS ............................................................................... 124 137 138 ENCLOSURE 9: ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATIVES (AOA) .................................... 125 138 139 PURPOSE ............................................................................................................... 125 138 139 AOA PROCEDURES ............................................................................................. 125 138 139 ENCLOSURE 10: COST ESTIMATING AND REPORTING .................................. 127 140 141 PURPOSE ............................................................................................................... 127 140 141 COST ESTIMATION ............................................................................................. 127 140 141 COST ANALYSIS REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION (CARD) ........................ 130 143 144 COST REPORTINGDATA TO SUPPORT COST ESTIMATING .......................... 130 143 144 DCAPE PROCEDURES ........................................................................................ 131 144 145 MULTI-YEAR PROCUREMENT—COST ANALYSIS REQUIREMENTS ...... 132 145 146 General .............................................................................................................. 132 145 146 CAPE Role and Requirements .......................................................................... 132 146 147 Additional Requirements .................................................................................. 133 146 147 ENCLOSURE 11: REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO ALL PROGRAMS CONTAINING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) ................................................................. 134 147 148 PURPOSE ............................................................................................................... 134 147 148 APPLICABILITY ................................................................................................... 134 147 148 CLINGER-COHEN ACT (CCA) COMPLIANCE ................................................ 134 147 148 POST IMPLEMENTATION REVIEW (PIR)........................................................ 135 148 149 DOD INFORMATION ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE ................................... 135 148 149 CYBERSECURITY ................................................................................................ 136 149 150 Cybersecurity Risk Management Framework (RMF) ...................................... 136 149 150 Cybersecurity Strategy ...................................................................................... 136 149 150 TRUSTED SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS (TSN) ............................................... 136 149 150 LIMITED DEPLOYMENT FOR A MAJOR AUTOMATED INFORMATION SYSTEM (MAIS) PROGRAM ......................................................................................... 137 150 151 CLOUD COMPUTING .......................................................................................... 137 150 151 DOD ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE INITIATIVE (ESI)......................................... 137 150 151 DOD DATA CENTER CONSOLIDATION.......................................................... 137 150 151 IT, INCLUDING NSS, INTEROPERABILITY .................................................... 138 150 151 DATA PROTECTION............................................................................................ 138 151 152 Change 2, 02/02/2017 39 CONTENTS

Department of Defense Nonlethal Weapons and Equipment Review
department of defense agency financial report fiscal year 2012
department of defense agency financial report fiscal year 2012
December 2011 - North Dakota Department of Public Instruction
Vattenfall's Oxyfuel Pilot Plant
3. Real F.slalc 4. En\'ironmcnl 11-7 - United States Department of ...
Department of Defense Nonlethal Weapons and Equipment Review
Developing, Buying and Fielding Superior Weapon Systems
Space Acquisition - Air Force Space Command
Joint Service Chemical & Biological Defense Program Overview ...
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle - Defense Technical Information Center
FY2014_Budget_Request_Overview_Book
Instructional Programs - Fashion Institute of Technology
The people in sysTems Tlcm handbook - Human Factors Integration ...
Developing Operational Requirements - U.S. Department of ...
25603 ArmyX.qxp - PEO STRI - U.S. Army
Joint Service Chemical and Biological Defense Program FY00-02 ...
Joint Pub 6-02 - United States Department of Defense
joint program management handbook - Defense Acquisition University