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Requirements Webinar 22 March 2013. Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Webinar Agenda 1.Online Etiquette 2.Building a Requirements Community 3.Questions.

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1 Requirements Webinar 22 March 2013

2 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Webinar Agenda 1.Online Etiquette 2.Building a Requirements Community 3.Questions sent in by the participants 4.Frequently Asked Questions 5.Any additional questions or topics? 2

3 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Online Etiquette Everybody starts on mute Raise your hand for recognition You can unmute yourself by pushing *6 We will remute everybody if we get noise on the line You can type in questions via the chat feature 3

4 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Building a Requirements Community Upcoming changes to CJCSI 3170, JCIDS Manual, DoD 5000-series Requirements Managers need to know all three circles Subsequent updates to DAU courses Continuing use of Requirements Community of Practice (RMCoP) There is only one thing more expensive than training your people… 4

5 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Building a Requirements Community Great Demand for DAU Courses 5

6 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Upcoming Classes and Events RQM 310 Class DatesNumber of Students 15 – 19 April30 19 April – IT Requirements 3 – 7 June30 15 – 19 July48 9 – 13 September30 6 Other Requirements Events Requirements Workforce Working Group 0900, Friday, 29 MarchPentagon Conference Center Webinar1500 EDT, Thursday, 20 JuneCyberspace Webinar19 or 20 SeptemberCyberspace

7 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 DAU Hot Topics Training Forum 9 April 2013 Building Stronger Partnerships to Control Costs m2013/index.htmhttp://www.dauaa.org/dauaa_site/Web2011/TrainingForu m2013/index.htm The Requirements Behind Building Stronger Partnerships to Control Costs –Control costs from the beginning –What goes wrong with requirements –Need to understand tradeoffs –Importance of partnerships between RMs, Program Offices, Program Managers and with the Joint Staff or Service Level Validation Authority 7

8 DAU Hot Topic Training Forum “Better Buying Power Training to Meet Defense Acquisition Challenges” Tues, April 9, DAU Fort Belvoir Campus (A no-cost training and learning event presented to Government and industry acquisition professionals by the DAU Alumni Association on behalf of DAU) TimeSchedule of Events Check-in located outside Howell Auditorium; networking & refreshments in Hirsch Center (Scott Hall (Building 226)) Forum intro by DAUAA (Howell Auditorium) Better Buying Power (BBP) 2.0 overview/intro by ASD (A) or President (or Acting President) of DAU (Howell Auditorium) Attendees move to selected classroom training sessions Classroom Training Sessions. (See page 3 of this schedule for classrooms – all located in Scott Hall; note that following topics are initiatives under the major BBP 2.0 focus areas). Topics/sessions include; 1. Implement “should cost” based management; 2. Build stronger partnerships with the requirements community to control costs; 3. Employ Appropriate Contract Types and define “best value” and “technically acceptable”; 4. Increase effective use of Performance-Based Logistics; 5. Enforce open system architectures and effectively manage technical data rights; 6. Increase the recognition of excellence in acquisition management (Hirsch Research Paper Competition Presentations – theme is “Improving the Defense Acquisition Workforce in the Age of Austerity”) Networking Break, refreshments, and prepare to move to second classroom training session (2 sessions per attendee) (Scott Hall/Hirsch Center) Classroom Training Sessions (Repeat of sessions, except some different venues; see page 3) Training Wrap-up (Howell Auditorium) Schedule updated 24 Jan 2013 Note #1: DAU recommends 3 Continuous Learning Points (CLPs) for participation in 2 training sessions. 8

9 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Questions Sent in from the Participants: CDTM and KM/DS What is going on with CDTM and KM/DS? It’s all about fiscal constraints CDTM: Permanent shutdown, effective 15 April –The hardware will be repurposed –Save your CDTM documents in Word format –Develop a plan to submit documents for JROC staffing either via to your Service Gatekeeper or directly into KM/DS –Further instructions on the Intellipedia Wiki Page: https://intellipedia.intelink.gov/wiki/CDTM#CDTM_Shutdow n_Preparation_Directions Impact on RQM 310? 9

10 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Questions Sent in from the Participants: KM/DS KM/DS: Transition to a Business Process Modeling (BPM) COTS solution The new system should be online 30 May Between 22 April and 30 May, staff documents via Potential for delays 10 EventAs of Date Do not enter documents into KM/DS for “document review” 22 April Do not enter documents into KM/DS for “FCB Draft” 6 May Do not enter new data in KM/DS16 May

11 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Questions Sent in from the Participants How is integration done within the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS)? –The JROC is charged with shaping the force –IT integration remains challenging –J-8 is looking at leveraging DODAF products How is DAU approaching the sequester? –The strength of online training –Classroom offerings (RQM 310, RQM 403) will continue –DAU will continue to fund RQM 310 travel costs –Does the training make RMs 10% more effective? That means 208 more hours per year 11

12 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Frequently Asked Questions Developing IT requirements –DAU is working on an extension to RQM 310 Upcoming changes to JCIDS –When can we expect the next update? –Latest information on Rapid Response activities Working with DAU: What can DAU offer to your shop? 12

13 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 When to Schedule the Next Requirements Webinar? Suggest: 1500 EDT, Thursday, 20 June 2013 Later in the day allows better West Coast and Pacific participation Fridays have too many scheduling conflicts Reminder: Requirements Workforce Working Group meeting at the Pentagon Conference Center, 0900, Friday, 29 March 13

14 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Problems that Have Come up Lately Page 1 IS ICDs for projects that should not be delegated away from the JROC –IS ICDs are supposed to be for narrowly scoped software development efforts Too much detail in ICDs –ICD requirements should NOT look like KPPs and KSAs –ICDs should have high-level operational requirements of what needs to be done, NOT how to do it Documents presented before the AoA is complete –CDDs and CPDs must NOT be presented until the AoA is completed and out-briefed to the JROC 14

15 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Problems that Have Come up Lately Page 2 Services are not considering joint approaches –Services are presenting ICDs for Service-specific problems and are not considering related Joint and other Service ICDs –We need to work common approaches and architectures rather than allowing divergences to continue –Update a Joint ICD if there is something missing for a particular Service, rather than five ICDs attempt to address the same overarching problem set 15

16 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 How Else Can DAU Help You? What additional items will help you the most? –Adding material to existing courses Better emphasis on non-materiel solutions –On-line resources: The RMCoP https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=204035&lan g=en-UShttps://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=204035&lan g=en-US Mission Assistance Graduates and students are always free to contact DAU directly –Dr. Court: DSN: 16

17 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 The Requirements Shop Is No Further than Your Computer or Your Telephone RQM 110 via browse mode https://learn.dau.mil/ https://learn.dau.mil/ Ask a Professor Requirements Management Launch Page https://dap.dau.mil/career/rm/Pages/Default.aspx Quarterly webinars Requirements Quarterly Report (RQR) 17 Dr. Chuck Greg Jack Tom

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19 Requirements Webinar – March Back Up Slides

20 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 RQM 310 Daily Schedule 20

21 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 RQM 310 April Class Schedule 21

22 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Full Rate Prod Decision Review Joint Concepts Capabilities - Based Assessment MS CMS B President SECDEF CJCS COCOMs FCB Strategic Guidance Incremental Development MS A Technology Development Engineering & Manufacturing Development Production & Deployment Materiel Solution Analysis ICD O&S User Needs MDD CDD CPD RQM Current Competencies CLR 101 RQM 110 RQM 310 RQM 403/413 Core + Core 22

23 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 Full Rate Prod Decision Review Joint Concepts Capabilities - Based Assessment MS CMS B President SECDEF CJCS COCOMs FCB Strategic Guidance Incremental Development MS A Technology Development Engineering & Manufacturing Development Production & Deployment AoA Materiel Solution Analysis ICD O&S User Needs MDD CDD CPD RQM Current Competencies CLR 151 CLR 252 KPPs CLR 101 RQM 110 RQM 310 RQM 403/413 CLR 250 Core + Core 23

24 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 CLR 101 Introduction to JCIDS RQM 110 Core Concepts for Requirements Management RQM 310 Advanced Concepts and Skills RQM 403 Requirements Executive Overview Workshop (REOW) RQM 413 Senior Leader Requirements Course hours hours4 ½ days1 dayTailored A, B, CB, CCD (1-3 Star / SES) D (4-Star / Agency Head) Required Training Level Guidelines A Contribute to the Requirements generation and capability development process in various capacities to include: JCIDS analysis, subject matter or domain expertise, document staffing and coordination and / or administrative support – Requirements Originators and Support B Significantly involved with Requirements generation and capability development in specific capacities, i.e. study leadership, planning, writing, adjudicating comments, and facilitating inter-organizational development and coordination of Requirements documents – Requirements Writers and Developers C Designated by organizational leadership for advanced Requirements instruction; Primary duties involve leadership / supervisory roles in requirements generation and capability development ; Organizational representative in pertinent program management and JCIDS forums to include FCB Working Group, FCB, JCB and JROC meetings – Requirements Supervisors, Presenters, and Trainers D GO/FO/SES – Validate and / or approve documents; Provide senior leadership and oversight of JCIDS Analysis and Staffing: Enforce Requirements standards and accountability – Validation and Prioritization Certification Training Levels 24

25 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 RQM 310 Class Quotas Military Services will be responsible for all military (uniform) personnel Students48-Students USAF68 USA68 USN & USMC812 4 th Estate45 FAI00 JS/CCMDs615

26 Requirements Webinar – March 2013 FY14 Requests for RQM ServiceRequestQuota per Class USAF*648 USA*507 USN* & USMC*314 4 th Estate*689 FAI51 TOTAL X 8 = 232 Note: Not sure if/how JS/CCMD is accounted for in these numbers


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