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Ref.: New Acquisition Policy by DAU, 20 May 2003, PMT-352 Review of DoDs New Acquisition Policy and its Impact on Programs and Systems Engineering by Al Bruns INCOSE Gateway Chapter Wednesday, 30 July 2003
DoD Directive Principles retained; innovation/flexibility emphasized DoD Instruction Focused on required outcomes and statutory requirements and less on regulatory requirements DoD Regulation R -Cancelled; becomes guide not a regulation -Provides expectations (TEMP, C4ISP, etc..), best practices and lessons learned New Acquisition Policy Construct
IOC BA Concept Refinement System Development & Demonstration Production & Deployment Systems Acquisition Operations & Support C Sustainment Process entry at Milestones A, B, or C Entrance criteria met before entering phase Evolutionary Acquisition or Single Step to Full Capability FRP Decision Review FOC LRIP/IOT&E Design Readiness Review Technology Development (Program Initiation) Concept Decision New Pre-Systems Acquisition Increment II Increment III Technology Opportunities & User Needs The Defense Acquisition Management Framework DoDI , May 2003 The Defense Acquisition Management Framework DoDI , May 2003
Common element is CAPABILITIES Initial Capabilities Document (ICD) replaces MNS at Milestone A Describes desired capability. Evaluates multiple materiel approaches. Recommends a materiel approach. Capability Development Document (CDD) replaces ORD at Milestone B Describes the SDD effort and provides KPPs for the increment. Describes program to get to complete solution. Capability Production Document (CPD) replaces ORD at Milestone C Describes the SDD effort to produce materiel solution for the increment and provides KPPs for the production increment. Details will be implemented by CJCSI C & CJCSM New Requirements Documents
Technology Development Strategy Required ACAT I and IA programs. Based on AoA results Contents: - Rational for EA or single-step strategy - For EA, description of how program will be divided into technology spirals & development increments - Appropriate limits on prototypes produced and deployed during the TD Phase - Performance Goals and Exit Criteria to be met prior to proceeding into SDD and producing additional prototypes - Overall cost, schedule and performance goals for the total R&D effort - Specific cost, schedule and performance goals and exit criteria for the first technology spiral demonstration, and a test plan to ensure that they are met.
New/Revised from previous : DoD Instruction Operation of the Defense Acquisition System DoD Instruction Operation of the Defense Acquisition System Concept Decision - new decision point prior to Milestone A Analysis of materiel approaches done prior to Concept Decision, and documented in Initial Capabilities Document (ICD). MNS is eliminated. New phase prior to Milestone A, Concept Refinement Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) due at Milestone A vice program initiation (Milestone B). Used to refine the initial concept and provide basis for the Technology Development Strategy.
Oversight & Review ACAT ID/IAM Programs* Defense Acquisition Board Defense Acquisition Board C3I Overarching Integrated Product Team (OIPT) C3I Overarching Integrated Product Team (OIPT) C3ISR Systems Overarching Integrated Product Teams (OIPT) Overarching Integrated Product Teams (OIPT) Weapon Systems Director, Defense Systems OUSD(AT&L) Defense Acquisition Executive Chief Information Officer IT Acquisition Board IT Acquisition Board Major AIS *Note: Space Programs have been delegated to the Air Force and most missile defense programs to the Missile Defense Agency The acquisition responsibilities of USD(Intel) vs. ASD(NI2)/DoD CIO are a work in process.
RGS JCIDS Integrated at Department Systems Requirements Bottom Up, Often Stovepiped National Military Strategy Joint Vision Joint Concept of Operations Joint Concepts Integrated Architectures Joint Capabilities Top Down, Born Joint Transformation to the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System
Increment 2 Increment 3 Evolutionary Acquisition Urgency of Requirement Maturity of Key Technologies Interoperability, Supportability, and Affordability of Alternative Acquisition Approaches Cost/Benefit of Evolutionary vs. Single Step Approach Key Considerations Single Step to Full Capability ? OR
Two development processes to implement Evolutionary Acquisition Strategy - Incremental Development: End-state requirement is known, and requirement will be met over time in several increments - Spiral Development: Desired capability is identified, but end-state requirements are not known at Program Initiation. Requirements for future increments dependent upon technology maturation and user feedback from initial increments Evolutionary acquisition strategies shall be preferred approach to satisfying operational needs. Spiral development shall be the preferred process. Evolutionary Acquisition DoD Instruction Operation of the Defense Acquisition System DoD Instruction Operation of the Defense Acquisition System
Evolutionary Acquisition – Incremental & Spiral Development Time - Incremental - Spiral Warfighter Capability Known increment Partially known increment Not known increment = First Fielded Capability Technology Demos Feedback from warfighter
Time Capability Evolutionary Acquisition Initial Operationally Useful Capability Technology Base Requirements Capability Time NO CAPABILITY Capability Single Step Approach Technology Base Requirements Capability FOC IOC
Evolutionary Approach Time-Phased Requirements A Modular Open Systems Approach to facilitate Technology Insertion Evolutionary Sustainment Strategies T&E Consistent with Evolutionary Approach Full Funding Key Enablers CRTDSDDPDOS B C A B C Increment 2 B C Increment 3
Each Increment Must Have… Approved Operational Requirements Interoperability Key Performance Parameter Performance, Cost and Schedule Goals (Acquisition Program Baseline) Operational and Live Fire Testing (If Required) Compliance with Acquisition Oversight Requirements An Acquisition Strategy that reflects consideration of Logistics Planning; Manpower, Personnel and Training; Environmental and Security Factors; Protection of Critical Program Information; and Spectrum Management Other information tailored to the conditions of the program Each Increment is Managed as a Unique Acquisition B C Increment 2 B C Increment 3
Yes No Multiple iterations No Yes All capabilities required in initial increment Preferred process (Previously used mostly in Software development) Achieves increased capability from predictable maturing technology Traditional acquisition strategy Other characteristics Yes No User feedback from earlier iterations used to define final requirement Yes No Useful intermediate capabilities NoYes Full requirements defined at outset Spiral Development ** Incremental Development Pre-planned Product Improvement (P 3 I) Single Step to Full Capability Criteria Acquisition Strategy Comparison Table Evolutionary Acquisition * Yes * Preferred strategy ** Preferred process Often used in hardware development Acquisition Strategy
Requirement CommentReference Spectrum Certification Compliance 47 USC 305 & PL OMB A-11, Part 2 DoDD Name change Formerly – Application For Frequency Allocation Programmatic Environmental Safety & Health Evaluation 42 USC 4321 From DoD R When Required MS B, or MS C if no B MS B, or MS C if no B Statutory Information Requirements Changed/Added DoD Instruction Operation of the Defense Acquisition System DoD Instruction Operation of the Defense Acquisition System Electronic Warfare T&E Report Sec. 220, PL & Sec. 214, PL annually From DoD R
Requirement CommentReference Certification of Compliance with Financial Management Modernization Plan (FM acq programs only) PL USC 644(e) When Required MS A, B, and C MS B, or MS C if no B Statutory Information Requirements Changed/Added Continued….. DoD Instruction Operation of the Defense Acquisition System DoD Instruction Operation of the Defense Acquisition System NEW From Congress NEW From Congress Technology Development Strategy Sec. 803, PL NEW From Congress MS A, B and C Benefits Analysis & Determination ( applies to bundled acquisitions; part of acq strategy)
Regulatory Information Requirements Added Comment Reference Initial Capabilities Document (ICD) CJCSI NEW from Joint Staff Replaces MNS Capability Development Document (CDD) CJCSI NEW from Joint Staff Replaces ORD Capability Production Document (CPD) CJCSI Technology Readiness Assessment (PM-level) DoDI Revised from DoD R requirement for an Independent Technology Assessment for all programs When Required MS A MS B MS C MS B & C Regulatory Information Requirements Changed/Added Independent Technology Readiness Assessment (ACAT ID only – as required by DUSD(S&T)) DoDI MS B & C DoD Instruction Operation of the Defense Acquisition System DoD Instruction Operation of the Defense Acquisition System Earned Value Management Systems From DoD R OMB Cir A-11, part 7 See ANSI/ EIA
Defense Acquisition Executive Summary (DAES) (MDAP & MAIS) DoDI Quarterly POM or BES submit UCR breach From DoD R Contractor Cost Data Report (CCDR) DoD M-1See the reference From DoD R ReportReferenceWhen RequiredComment DoD M days prior to contract award -60 days after contract award -60 days after start of subsequent software releases -within 120 days after software release or final delivery NEW from OSD Director, PA&E Other Reports Changed/Added DoD Instruction Operation of the Defense Acquisition System DoD Instruction Operation of the Defense Acquisition System Software Resources Data Report (ACAT I/IA programs for all major contracts & sub – contracts for any software development elements with a projected software effort greater than $25M (FY02 constant dollars)
Defense Acquisition Management Framework – Key Points Framework – Key Points Defense Acquisition Management Framework – Key Points Framework – Key Points Evolutionary acquisition is the preferred strategy for rapid acquisition of mature technology; spiral development is the preferred process MDA may authorize entry at any point consistent with phase-specific entrance criteria and statutory requirements Non-mandatory guidance on best practices, lessons learned and expectations are available in the Interim Guidebook (former DoD R) Validated and approved ORDs are still required until revised CJCSI is published
Operations & Support Sustainment Disposal FOC System Development & Demonstration System Integration System Demonstration B Pre-Systems Acquisition A Technology Development Systems Acquisition IOC Production & Deployment C LRIPFull-Rate Prod & Deployment FRP Decision Review The Defense Acquisition Management Framework Process entry at Milestones A, B, or C Entrance criteria met before entering phases Evolutionary Acquisition or Single Step to Full Capability Relationship to Requirements Process Initial Capabilities Document (ICD) Capability Development Document (CDD) Validated & approved by operational validation authority Capability Production Document (CPD) Design Readiness Review Concept Refinement Concept Decision User Needs & Technology Opportunities