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DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 (c) The titles of capability requirements documents supported by JCIDS vary by the maturity of the capability gap to solution proposal and can vary by product classification. When the titles vary from the most typical Initial Capabilities Document (ICD), Capability Development Document (CDD), or Capability Production Document, the text will use the generic terms, “validated capability requirements document” or “equivalent requirements document.” Figure 1. Illustration of the Interaction Between the Capability Requirements Process and the Acquisition Process Initial Capabilities Document* Materiel Development Decision Materiel Solution Analysis Phase Legend = Decision Point Requirements Authority Review of AoA Results Draft Capability Development Document* = Milestone Decision = Requirements Document = Requirements Authority Review A Technology Maturation & Risk Reduction Phase Capability Development Document* Development RFP Release Decision Point * Or Equivalent Approved/Validated Requirements Document. B Engineering & Manufacturing Development Phase Capability Production Document* C Production & Deployment Phase Operations & Support Phase Disposal (d) Capability requirements are not expected to be static during the product life cycle. As knowledge and circumstances change, consideration of adjustments or changes may be requested by acquisition, budgeting, or requirements officials. Configuration Steering Boards (CSBs), as described in paragraph 5d(5)(b) in this section, will also be used to periodically review program progress and identify opportunities for adjustment. (3) Budgeting Process. The DoD budgeting process is based on the annual budget preparation cycle managed by the DCAPE and the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) for the Deputy Secretary of Defense. This process produces a Future Years Defense Program (FYDP) that covers 5 years of spending. While individual program decisions fall under the DAE or designated MDA, DoD budget decisions are made separately at the Secretary or Deputy Secretary level, with the advice of the DAE and others. Within the DoD Components, MDAs will advise the Component budget authorities to ensure that acquisition programs are adequately funded and that program plans are consistent with programmed funding levels. Change 2, 02/02/2017 6

DoDI 5000.02, January 7, 2015 c. Generic and DoD-Specific Acquisition Program Models, Decision Points, and Phase Activities (1) This section is structured in increasing layers of detail and complexity, beginning with a very generic description of acquisition phases and decision points that could apply to almost any product life cycle, DoD or otherwise, followed by more specific commonly used DoD program models, and concluding with a description of the procedures used in most DoD acquisition programs prior to any tailoring. DoD acquisition managers and staff should focus on the basics of sound acquisition planning, management, and decision making as discussed in this section as their primary responsibility—while also assuring compliance, as appropriate, with the specific requirements found in the tables that follow in Enclosures 1 and 13, and the direction in other applicable enclosures. (2) Generic Acquisition Program Structure and Decision Points (a) Generic Acquisition Program Structure. For reference, a generic product acquisition program would follow the structure depicted in Figure 2. Figure 2 illustrates the sequence of decision events in a generic program, which could be a Defense program or, except for the unique DoD terminology, a commercial product. Figure 2. Generic Acquisition Phases and Decision Points Need Identification (DoD: Material Development Decision) Solution Analysis Risk Reduction Decision (DoD: Milestone A) Technology Maturation and Risk Reduction Requirements Decision Point (DoD: CDD Validation) Development Decisions Development RFP Release Development Contract Award (DoD: Milestone B) Development Initial Production or Fielding (DoD: Milestone C) Legend: = Decision Point CDD = Capability Development Document RFP = Request For Proposal Production Decisions Low-Rate Initial Production or Limited Deployment and Operational Test Full-Rate Production/ Full Deployment Figure 2 illustrates the sequence of decision events in a generic program. It is not intended to reflect the time dedicated to associated phase activity. Production, Deployment, and Sustainment Disposal Change 2, 02/02/2017 7

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