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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

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