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1 DAU Role in Transformation of DOD
Especially Systems Engineering

2 DEFENSE ACQUISITION UNIVERSITY
SOUTH REGION Rick Gallman SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND TEST DEPT. (256) 6767 OLD MADISON PIKE, BLDG 7 HUNTSVILLE, AL

3 AGENDA OVERVIEW of DAU INTRODUCTION to DAU SOUTH SPECIFIC TOPICS on
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

4 Defense Acquisition University’s
Mission Provide practitioner training and services to enable the Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics community to make smart business decisions and deliver timely and affordable capabilities to the warfighter Vision “A premier corporate university serving DoD Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics” 4

5 DAU within DoD SECDEF Under Secretary of Defense
(Acquisition, Technology & Logistics) Mr. Wynne (Acting) Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (AT&L) Mr. Wynne DAU Director Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy Ms. Lee President Defense Acquisition University Mr. Frank Anderson

6 AT&L Workforce Management
AT&L Workforce Management Team Effort! USD(AT&L)7 Goals Acquisition Excellence with Integrity Logistics: Integrated and Efficient Systems Engineering Philosophy Restored Technology Dominance Resources Rationalized Industrial Base Strengthened Motivated, Agile Workforce: Recruiting, Training, Retaining, and Rewarding People with the right skills, in the right place, at the right time, with the right resources, doing the right things, at the right pay … Smartly Supporting the warfighter President DAU – Goal #7 Lead 7. Motivated, Agile Workforce

7 At the Heart of the Transformation
AT&L Performance Learning Model – 24/7 Learning Assets for the Classroom and the Workplace At the Heart of the Transformation Training Courses - DAWIA certification, assignment-specific, and executive & international courses – in the classroom and on-line AKSS – on-line gateway to AT&L information & tools ACC – on-line collaboration communities tailored to your needs Consulting – we come to your workplace to assist you RDT – on-site & on-line training on latest AT&L policies Targeted Training – tailored learning for your organization CL Modules – on-line modules to help you earn continuous learning points Keeping you connected to research tools when you are not on campus PEO SYSCOM / Business Manager / DAU Alumni Association

8 13 ACQUISITION CAREER FIELDS
AUDITING BUSINESS, COST ESTIMATING, & FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CONTRACTING FACILITIES ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL/CONTRACT PROPERTY MANAGEMENT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LIFE CYCLE LOGISTICS PRODUCTION, QUALITY, & MANUFACTURING PROGRAM MANAGEMENT PURCHASING & PROCUREMENT TECHNICIAN SYSTEMS PLANNING, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, & ENGINEERING SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY MANAGER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING TEST & EVALUATION See DAU Catalog for Details

9 99 ACQUISTION CAREER COURSES
ACQ 101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management ACQ 201A Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part A ACQ 201B Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part B ACQ 401 Senior Acquisition Course ACQ 403 Defense Acquisition Executive Overview Workshop ACQ 404 Systems Acquisition Management Course for General/Flag Officers ACQ 405 Executive Refresher Course AUD 1130 Technical indoctrination AUD 1320 Intermediate Contract Auditing AUD 4120 Statistical Sampling AUD 4230 Graphic, Computational, and Improvement Curve Analysis Techniques AUD 8562 Defense Contract Audit Agency Personnel Management Policy BCF 101 Fundamentals of Cost Analysis BCF 102 Fundamentals of Earned Value Management BCF 103 Fundamentals of Business Financial Management BCF 203 Intermediate Earned Value Management BCF 204 Intermediate Cost Analysis BCF 205 Contractor Business Strategies) BCF 206 Cost Risk Analysis BCF 207 Economic Analysis BCF 208 Software Cost Estimating BCF 209A Acquisition Reporting Course, Part A BCF 209B Acquisition Reporting Course, Part B BCF 209C Acquisition Reporting Course, Part C BCF 211 Acquisition Business Management BCF 215 Operating and Support Cost Analysis BCF 301 Business, Cost Estimating, and Financial Management Workshop CON 100 Shaping Smart Business Arrangements CON 104A Principles of Contract Pricing, Part A CON 104B Principles of Contract Pricing, Part B CON 110 Mission Support Planning CON 111 Mission Strategy Execution CON 112 Mission Performance Assessment CON 120 Mission Focused Contracting CON 202 Intermediate Contracting CON 204 Intermediate Contract Pricing CON 210 Government Contract Law CON 232 Overhead Management of Defense Contracts CON 234 Contingency Contracting CON 235 Advanced Contract Pricing CON 236 Contractual Aspects of Value Engineering CON 237 Simplified Acquisition Procedures CON 243 Architect-Engineer Contracting CON 244 Construction Contracting CON 250 Fundamentals of Cost Accounting Standards – Part I CON 251 Fundamentals of Cost Accounting Standards – Part II CON 260A The Small Business Program, Part A CON 260B The Small Business Program, Part B CON 353 Advanced Business Solutions for Mission Support FE 201 Intermediate Facilities Engineering GRT 201 Grants and Agreements Management IND 100 Contract Property Administration and Disposition Fundamentals IND 103 Contract Property Systems Analysis Fundamentals IND 200 Intermediate Contract Property Administration and Disposition IRM 101 Basic Information Systems Acquisition IRM 201 Intermediate Information Systems Acquisition IRM 303 Advanced Information Systems Acquisition LAW 801 Acquisition Law LOG 101 Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals LOG 102 Systems Sustainment Management Fundamentals LOG 201A Intermediate Acquisition Logistics, Part A LOG 201B Intermediate Acquisition Logistics, Part B LOG 203 Reliability and Maintainability LOG 204 Configuration Management LOG 235A Performance Based Logistics, Part A LOG 235B Performance Based Logistics, Part B LOG 304 Executive Life Cycle Logistics Management PMT 202 Multinational Program Management PMT 203 International Security and Technology Transfer/Control PMT 250 Program Management Tools PMT 304 Advanced International Management Workshop PMT 352A Program Management Office Course, Part A PMT 352B Program Management Office Course, Part B PMT 401 The Program Manager’s Course PMT 402 Executive Program Manager’s Course PMT 403 Program Manager’s Skills PQM 101 Production, Quality and Manufacturing Fundamentals PQM 103 Defense Specification Management PQM 104 Specification Selection and Application PQM 201A Intermediate Production, Quality and Manufacturing, Part A PQM 201B Intermediate Production, Quality and Manufacturing, Part B PQM 202 Commercial and Nondevelopmental Item Acquisition Course for Technical Personnel PQM 203 Preparation of Commercial Item Descriptions for Engineering and Technical Personnel PQM 212 Market Research for Engineering and Technical Personnel PQM 301 Advanced Production, Quality and Manufacturing SAM 101 Basic Software Acquisition Management SAM 201 Intermediate Software Acquisition Management SAM 301 Advanced Software Acquisition Management STM 201 Intermediate S&T Management STM 302 Advanced S&T Management SYS 201A Intermediate Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering, Part A SYS 201B Intermediate Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering, Part B SYS 301 Advanced Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering TST 101 Introduction to Acquisition Workforce Test and Evaluation TST 202 Intermediate Test and Evaluation TST 301 Advanced Test and Evaluation

10 99 ACQUISTION CAREER COURSES
ACQ 101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management ACQ 201A Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part A ACQ 201B Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part B ACQ 401 Senior Acquisition Course ACQ 403 Defense Acquisition Executive Overview Workshop ACQ 404 Systems Acquisition Management Course for General/Flag Officers ACQ 405 Executive Refresher Course AUD 1130 Technical indoctrination AUD 1320 Intermediate Contract Auditing AUD 4120 Statistical Sampling AUD 4230 Graphic, Computational, and Improvement Curve Analysis Techniques AUD 8562 Defense Contract Audit Agency Personnel Management Policy BCF 101 Fundamentals of Cost Analysis BCF 102 Fundamentals of Earned Value Management BCF 103 Fundamentals of Business Financial Management BCF 203 Intermediate Earned Value Management BCF 204 Intermediate Cost Analysis BCF 205 Contractor Business Strategies) BCF 206 Cost Risk Analysis BCF 207 Economic Analysis BCF 208 Software Cost Estimating BCF 209A Acquisition Reporting Course, Part A BCF 209B Acquisition Reporting Course, Part B BCF 209C Acquisition Reporting Course, Part C BCF 211 Acquisition Business Management BCF 215 Operating and Support Cost Analysis BCF 301 Business, Cost Estimating, and Financial Management Workshop CON 100 Shaping Smart Business Arrangements CON 104A Principles of Contract Pricing, Part A CON 104B Principles of Contract Pricing, Part B CON 110 Mission Support Planning CON 111 Mission Strategy Execution CON 112 Mission Performance Assessment CON 120 Mission Focused Contracting CON 202 Intermediate Contracting CON 204 Intermediate Contract Pricing CON 210 Government Contract Law CON 232 Overhead Management of Defense Contracts CON 234 Contingency Contracting CON 235 Advanced Contract Pricing CON 236 Contractual Aspects of Value Engineering CON 237 Simplified Acquisition Procedures CON 243 Architect-Engineer Contracting CON 244 Construction Contracting CON 250 Fundamentals of Cost Accounting Standards – Part I CON 251 Fundamentals of Cost Accounting Standards – Part II CON 260A The Small Business Program, Part A CON 260B The Small Business Program, Part B CON 353 Advanced Business Solutions for Mission Support FE 201 Intermediate Facilities Engineering GRT 201 Grants and Agreements Management IND 100 Contract Property Administration and Disposition Fundamentals IND 103 Contract Property Systems Analysis Fundamentals IND 200 Intermediate Contract Property Administration and Disposition IRM 101 Basic Information Systems Acquisition IRM 201 Intermediate Information Systems Acquisition IRM 303 Advanced Information Systems Acquisition LAW 801 Acquisition Law LOG 101 Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals LOG 102 Systems Sustainment Management Fundamentals LOG 201A Intermediate Acquisition Logistics, Part A LOG 201B Intermediate Acquisition Logistics, Part B LOG 203 Reliability and Maintainability LOG 204 Configuration Management LOG 235A Performance Based Logistics, Part A LOG 235B Performance Based Logistics, Part B LOG 304 Executive Life Cycle Logistics Management PMT 202 Multinational Program Management PMT 203 International Security and Technology Transfer/Control PMT 250 Program Management Tools PMT 304 Advanced International Management Workshop PMT 352A Program Management Office Course, Part A PMT 352B Program Management Office Course, Part B PMT 401 The Program Manager’s Course PMT 402 Executive Program Manager’s Course PMT 403 Program Manager’s Skills PQM 101 Production, Quality and Manufacturing Fundamentals PQM 103 Defense Specification Management PQM 104 Specification Selection and Application PQM 201A Intermediate Production, Quality and Manufacturing, Part A PQM 201B Intermediate Production, Quality and Manufacturing, Part B PQM 202 Commercial and Nondevelopmental Item Acquisition Course for Technical Personnel PQM 203 Preparation of Commercial Item Descriptions for Engineering and Technical Personnel PQM 212 Market Research for Engineering and Technical Personnel PQM 301 Advanced Production, Quality and Manufacturing SAM 101 Basic Software Acquisition Management SAM 201 Intermediate Software Acquisition Management SAM 301 Advanced Software Acquisition Management STM 201 Intermediate S&T Management STM 302 Advanced S&T Management SYS 201A Intermediate Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering, Part A SYS 201B Intermediate Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering, Part B SYS 301 Advanced Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering TST 101 Introduction to Acquisition Workforce Test and Evaluation TST 202 Intermediate Test and Evaluation TST 301 Advanced Test and Evaluation AVAILABLE TO DoD GOVT & CONTRACTORS AT NO CHARGE

11 Performance Support Consulting Ask-A-Professor/Telementoring
On-Line Communities of Practice Targeted Training Programs DAU is reaching out to support the Acquisition Corps at the work site 11

12 Continuous Learning helps DoD AT&L community to:
“Provides a single portal for easy access to continuous learning opportunities, performance support and information.” Continuous Learning helps DoD AT&L community to: Stay current in career field Learn about new policies and initiatives Complete training needed on the job Comply with DoD Policy: 80 CL points every two years Provides a single portal for easy access to continuous learning opportunities, performance support and information 79 DoD Modules 15 External Courses Tremendous growth Story: Jun users registered – September 02 registered users grew to 5,830 …18 months later – users exploded “off the chart” to over 155K in FY04! SELF PACED

13 Examples of CL Modules of Interest to Systems Engineers
Continuous Learning “Provides a single portal for easy access to continuous learning opportunities, performance support and information.” Examples of CL Modules of Interest to Systems Engineers CLC013: Performance Based Service Acquisition CLE008: Six Sigma, Concepts and Process CLE301: Reliability and Maintainability CLE003: Technical Reviews CLM013: WBS CLM017: Risk Management CLM022: Intro to Interoperability In Development Modeling & Simulation in SE Contracting for SE Technical Performance Measures Cost Estimating for SE

14 Continuous Learning “Provides a single portal for easy access to continuous learning opportunities, performance support and information.” Examples of CL Modules of Interest to Systems Engineers CLC013: Performance Based Service Acquisition CLE008: Six Sigma, Concepts and Process CLE301: Reliability and Maintainability CLE003: Technical Reviews CLM013: WBS CLM017: Risk Management CLM022: Intro to Interoperability In Development Modeling & Simulation in SE Contracting for SE Technical Performance Measures Cost Estimating for SE AVAILABLE TO DoD GOVT & CONTRACTORS AT NO CHARGE

15 Knowledge Sharing Primary Resources
AT&L Knowledge Sharing System (AKSS) Old DoD Deskbook New Policy Updates Policy Documents Glossary & Acronyms Guidebooks & Handbooks Acquisition Community Connection (ACC) Acquisition Resources Access Specific Acquisition Communities of Practice Access to Special Interest Areas Ask A Professor Dedicated Collaborative Discussion Areas User Account for Full Privileges DAU Virtual Library (Acker Library) Books Media Materials Technical Reports Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports GAO Reports Links to Other Libraries

16 AVAILABLE TO DoD GOVT & CONTRACTORS AT NO CHARGE
Knowledge Sharing Primary Resources AT&L Knowledge Sharing System (AKSS) Old DoD Deskbook New Policy Updates Policy Documents Glossary & Acronyms Guidebooks & Handbooks Acquisition Community Connection (ACC) Acquisition Resources Access Specific Acquisition Communities of Practice Access to Special Interest Areas Ask A Professor Dedicated Collaborative Discussion Areas User Account for Full Privileges AVAILABLE TO DoD GOVT & CONTRACTORS AT NO CHARGE DAU Virtual Library (Acker Library) Books Media Materials Technical Reports Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports GAO Reports Links to Other Libraries

17 (Requires User Account)
Knowledge Sharing https://acc.dau.mil/ (Requires User Account)

18 (Requires User Account) All are Accessible via www.dau.mil
Knowledge Sharing https://acc.dau.mil/ (Requires User Account) All are Accessible via

19 Strategic Partnerships
Credit for DAU courses toward degrees Historical Black Colleges and Univ. Partnerships - Joint DAU Industry curriculum development International Defense Educational Arrangement Training MOU with Australia GAO training Federal Acquisition Institute Seminars

20 Strategic Partnerships with Academic Institutions
Benefits Recognition of DAU equivalency for university courses Credits for DAU courses toward certificates & degrees Increased availability of courses Supplement DAU faculty body of knowledge Equivalency University Courses DAU Courses Degrees/Certificates Degree Programs Undergraduate NVCC University of Phoenix Wilberforce University Univ. of Alabama (Huntsville) Masters George Mason Mary Washington American Graduate University Florida Institute of Technology Howard University Equivalency Agreements GW / ESI Florida Institute of Technology Bowie State University Naval Postgraduate School NVCC Richard Bland College UVA Webster University 20

21 Commercial Best Practices Insights on government practices
Strategic Partnerships with Industry Benefits Industry gains insights to trends, issues, experiences working with the DoD Acquisition System Government gains access to Off-the-Shelf commercial courses and industry tools Cross-faculty training between DAU and industry Opportunities to develop joint government/industry curricula Assistance with course development and acting as course mentors / guest lecturers Tools and Commercial Best Practices Industry DAU Insights on government practices

22 Find out more about DAU Products www.dau.mil
DAU Training Courses Performance Support Continuous Learning Center AT&L Knowledge Sharing System (AKSS) Credit for DAU Courses toward Degrees Equivalencies

23 DAU’s Commitment to the DoD AT&L Workforce
Creating an environment where we learn Before, During, and After the training intervention… Overarching Learning Strategy Balancing: Curriculum modernization Continuous learning Performance support Evolving practices Knowledge sharing / Communities of Practice 24/7 Learning Assets for the Classroom and the Workplace

24 DAU Regional Orientation
We are part of the community, not just a place to go to take classes. Capital and Northeast (Fort Belvoir) AT&L WF ~37,000 Mid-Atlantic (Pax River) AT&L WF ~23,000 West (San Diego) AT&L WF ~26,000 Midwest (WP AFB) AT&L WF ~20,000 Eglin Satellite South (Huntsville) AT&L WF ~27,000 Located with our Customers

25 DAU South Region Customer Base
Oklahoma Tinker AFB Arkansas Pine Bluff - A Texas Brooks AFB Corpus Christi Naval Air St Ft Hood - A Ft Sam Houston - A HDQ Army & AF Exchange Service - Kelly AFB Lackland AFB Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center - Randolph AFB Red River Army Depot Mississippi Gulfport Naval Const BN Center Keesler AFB Pascagoula Naval St Tennessee Arnold AFB Mid-South Naval Support Activity Florida Cape Canaveral Air St Eglin AFB Hurlburt Field Jackson Naval Air St Kennedy Space Center - MacDill AFB SOCOM Patrick AFB Pensacola Naval Air St Tyndall AFB US Southern Cmd Major Customer Summary AF = Army = Marines = Navy = Coast Guard = Def Contr Mgt A = Others (O) = Total = Georgia Albany Marine Corps Log C Atlanta Naval Air St Ft Benning - A Ft Gordon/USA Signal Center Ft McPherson - A Ft Stewart - A Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base Moody AFB Robins AFB Alabama Ft. Rucker - A Gunter Annex to Maxwell AFB Marshall Space Flight Center - O Maxwell AFB Mobile Coast Guard AV Tng C Redstone Arsenal - Area - AMCOM - GMD - O - NATO - O - PEO A & M Def - PEO AV - PEO TM - SMDC - O Louisiana Ft Polk/Joint Readiness Tng Center - O Puerto Rico & Virgin Is Ft Buchann - A Roosevelt Roads Naval St

26 DAU SOUTH ORGANIZATION
Dean Jim McCullough Associate Dean Academics Marshall Eubanks Associate Dean Outreach Jerry Davis Director Operations Gary Byrum Faculty Chair ACQ MGT Dept Chris Fry Faculty Chair SET Dept Steve Parker Faculty Chair BCF Dept Randy Long Faculty Chair LOG Dept Dave Newberry Faculty Chair CON Dept Ron Fontenot

27 DAU SOUTH FACILITIES DAU South Region Campus expanded to over 35,000 sq ft Adjacent to Redstone Arsenal, MDA, SMDC and Marshall Space Flight Center 65 Faculty and Staff eLearning Resource Center, fitness center, class rooms, all purpose room, conferencing and break out rooms. Satellite Campus at Eglin AFB, FL

28 STATE- OF-THE-ART 7 Class Rooms 900 sq ft Multi–purpose Class Room
Handles Students/Class Room Automated, Networked Computers Reconfigurable Work Stations and Table Groups Multi-media Consoles, “Smart” Boards 24 Break Out Rooms (10 – 15 person) 20 Seat e-Learning Center

29 FY05 DAU-S Performance Support Initiatives
To Date 43 PS Initiatives in FY05 DoD 5000 RDT UID RDT Business Development PEO Aviation TATM PM AME - JTRS (PEO Aviation) PEO Tacticle Missiles ACTD Boot Camp Course Eglin Air Force Base / AAC-WM Air Force Air Command and Staff College Deployable Joint Command and Control (DJC2) JPO DAU South Conferences and Exhibits PEO Aviation - Cargo PM DAU South Internal Review Board DoD Professional Military Comptroller School HALO - Huntsville Acquisition Learning Organizations OSD Technology Transition Guide Revision& Update Eglin Learning Organization DAU South Alumni Association General RDT NISH Contract Management European Contract Management-HQ Department of Army Iraq Contracting Center UAH/ PEO Aviation Technology Transition Center of Excellence HQ 3rd Army Center for Disease Control Contingency Contracting NASA-MSFC Spiral Development(FY05) JLENS Project Office Army Criminal Investigation Division DoD SOCOM MacDill AFB Air Force SOCOM Tech Transition Conference Live, Virtual, Constructive- Integrating Architecture(LVC-IA) Dept. of the Interior PM Common Hardware Systems Anniston Army Depot COMINEWARCOM SOCOM SATELLITE CAMPUS SYS ENG PEO AVN Naval Surface Warfare Center ACA Pacific Region SMDC - JCIDS 3rd Annual DAU Conference (w/PMI)

30 Learning Organization
Any organization “in which you cannot not learn because learning is so insinuated into the fabric of life” Peter M. Senge, The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of The Learning Organization PEO TM MDA PEO AMD & SMDC AAC AMCOM PEO AVN Identify expected training needs of the Army/USAF user. Institute Integrated Learning Environment developmental processes Partnerships with Army/USAF commands Establish information exchange system. DAU and Huntsville/Air Armaments Center Integrated Learning Environment IPT. Eglin Hanscom Huntsville HALO

31 DAU Technology Transition A DoD Recognized Center of Excellence
OSD A Managers Guide to Technology Transition in an Evolutionary Acquisition Environment (OSD) A Managers’ Guide to Technology Transition in an Evolutionary Acquisition Environment – Jan 04 Partnership to Produce an Integrated Product DDRE/DPAP/DAU (South and Capital Northeast Regions) US Army Aviation Aviation Technology Assessment and Transition Management Process Guide (DAU) DOD Technology Assessment and Transition Management Guide Approved by ADUSD, I&TI Approved by the Army Aviation Center, AMCOM, PEO Aviation

32 Aviation Technology Assessment and Management (TATM)
Technical Risk Criticality S&T Projects Risk Management Strategies Year S&T and PEO Investment Program 1 Program 2 Program 3 FY1 FY2 FY3 FY4 FY5 FY6 FY7 FY8 FY9 PEO Programs Standard, Tailored Transition Process For S&T Projects S&T Projects Schedules, Deliverables, TRL, Criticality, Risk and PEO Program Relationships Documented and Agreed to by S&T Community, User Sustainer, and PMs Technology Assessment Technology Transition Agreements Army S&T Other DOD S&T Other Govmnt S&T U.S. Industry S&T International S&T S&T Organization With Projects Products for the Warfighter User Needs, Requirements, Experiments, Assessments

33 Rotorcraft Systems Engineering and Simulation Center
Two Overarching Themes DOD Center of Excellence for Rotorcraft Systems Engineering. National Center for Research and Testing of Unmanned Systems. Goals Support the sustaining engineering needs of the Army Aviation Establish a comprehensive research and test facility for tactical UAVs. - Expand capabilities to include ground systems Cooperative Government / Industry/ Academia support for education Government Funded Academic Partnership University of Alabama at Huntsville Georgia Tech Tuskegee University Defense Acquisition University Sponsored by AMCOM RDEC & PEO AVN

34 ACTD Practitioner Training Course
Provide the ACTD management team a training environment that: Emphasizes practical, hands-on exercises Increases the Acquisition Workforce ACTD experience level Enables trained managers to fast-start an ACTD program Helps identify and mitigate some of the known issues inherent with a new start program, and especially ACTDs.

35 The ACTD Process ACTD Practitioner Training “Roadmap”
Transition .Manager’s Course Acquire More Up-front Planning (Mgmt Plan) Candidate Formulation & Selection Transition Ready for Demonstration Acquisition & Fielding Support Package Recommendation Assessment Strategy Strategy Implementation Directive Development Mature Technology User Need Transition Planning & Preparation (XM) System Engineering, Integration, & Test (TM) Field Residual Military Utility Assessment (OM) ~ 1 year 2-4 years 2 Years *Extended User Evaluation ACTD Managers Workshop ACTD Practitioner’s Training Course Process Overview The ACTD process is characterized by its flexibility and avoidance of excessive rigidity and formality. Candidate Formulation and Selection Annual process – starts early 1st quarter – selections in Jan. Services, OSD, and Joint Staff participate in selection process. Key attributes – significant military need, credible technical solution, applicable in joint environment, high potential for success, user participation. Tech push or needs pull. Written proposal/concept/briefing to Breakfast Club, JROC review with CINC input. Concludes with Implementation Directive coordinated at 3-star level (User Sponsor, Lead Service Ops Deputy and SAE, and Joint Staff – approved by DUSD(ASC). In about 3 pages, defines major objectives, overall approach, key participants, top level schedule, and funding profile/sources. Up-front Planning – Management Plan MP due 90 days after ID is signed. ID speaks to the “what”, MP speaks to the “how”. About 25 pages written by the TM/OM/XM and signed at the 1-star level. Serves as a mgmt document for the Oversight Group and as a mgmt tool for the TM/OM/XM. Presents a Development Strategy, Assessment Strategy, and Transition Strategy to guide efforts in those three lanes. System Engineering, Integration, and Test TM designated by the lead service. Don’t confuse System Development (combine mature technologies to create a new capability) with Technology Development (create a new technology and demonstrate its maturity). A complex undertaking requiring significant project management skills. Requires careful planning and precise execution. Must include user throughout the process to ensure that the development and integration cycle remains focused on military utility – not on technical performance. Continuous feedback with Transition and Assessment Planning efforts. Produces the technologies that are ready to demonstrate military utility. Need to perform essential testing/system characterization prior to committing to demo. Military Utility Assessment OM designated by User Sponsor Evaluate a significant new military capability in an operationally realistic setting and on a scale large enough to convincingly establish operational utility and system integrity. Heart of the process. Requires demonstration in operationally realistic environment (exercises/experiments). MUA answers the questions: Can it perform in an operational setting and does it help win the war (Does it work? Does it matter?) Similar to operational evaluation – need to use OTA. Requires extensive planning and preparation. Two outcomes – utility/no utility. Transition Planning and Preparation XM designated by Lead Service. Transition residual capability to operational use. Transition to follow-on acquisition. Begins with Candidate Formulation. Requires fielding plan/package and acquisition package. LRIP as a goal. Must sync with budget cycle. Use transition plan to define transition path and gain support. Transition Smooth transition requires good execution of a well prepared transition plan. Need fielding readiness review 6 months prior to fielding date. Need funds programmed for follow-on acquisition. Extended User Evaluation Two years of operational use. Bridge Learning Gap that exists between the Workshop and the Transition/OA Courses Operational Assessment Course

36 Other DAU-S Systems Engineering
Consulting, Tailored Training, Workshops – FY05 TO DATE Aviation PM Chief Engineers Round Table SE Overview Training Systems Engineering Plan Workshop SEP Development Tool Suite (In Progress) Five Day SE Refresher Course in Development (with DAU MW) SOCOM SE Training & Workshops Risk Management for Joint Tactical Radio System SE Training & Workshops for Deployable Joint C2 System Technology Transition Practitioner Workshop

37 South Region Targeted Training
Contingency Contracting Training for Deploying XV11 ABN Corps Troops & In-Country for IRAQ/Bahrain FT Polk/JRTC – COR/A76 Training NASA Orbital Space Plane – Program Management Training Corps of Engr – COR/A76 Training PEO STRI – How to Brief/Fin Mgt for “Geeks” SOCOM – TTAM/5000 Update HQDAF/Gunter AFB - PBSA Resident version of current ACQ101/201A on-line courses 58 modules About 1 hour per module Taught in same sequence Develop in FY03/04 – GO LIVE April 04 Air Command and Staff College

38 AN INTEGRATED CUSTOMER / DAU-S ENVIRONMENT Certification Training
DAU-S Capabilities Targeted Training Research Certification Training DAU Corporate Consulting Rapid Deployment Training Regional AT&L Work Force Re-engineering Course Organization IPTs Learning Developmental Assignments

39 Leadership and Goal Alignment for Systems Engineering
Leadership Alignment USD (AT&L) Seven Goals Acquisition Excellence with Integrity Logistics: Integrated and Efficient Systems Integration & Engineering for Mission Success Technology Dominance Resources Rationalized Industrial Base Strengthened Motivated, Agile Workforce Goal Alignment SECDEF Top 10 Priorities Successfully Pursue the Global War on Terrorism Strengthen Combined/Joint Warfighting Capabilities Transform the Joint Force Optimize Intelligence Capabilities Counter Proliferation of WMD Improve Force Manning New Concepts of Global Engagement Homeland Security Streamline DoD Processes Reorganize DoD and USG to Deal with Pre-War Opportunities and Post-War Responsibilities Source: Dr. Larmartin Briefing, NDIA Systems Engineering Conference, Oct 04

40 Feb 20, 2004 Mar 30, 2004 Oct 22, 2004 V .95, Dec 22, 2004 Source: Dr. Bob Skalamara, DD Enterprise Development, OSD AT&L, Nov 04

41 SYSTEMS PLANNING, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, & ENGINEERING (SPRDE) CAREER FIELDS
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - Involved in planning for & implementation of acquisition programs, projects, & activities related to the design, development. fabrication, installation, modification, or analysis of systems or systems components SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY MANAGER - Involved in science & technology activities that support acquisition programs through research & development efforts & pre-acquisition activities, such as Applied Research, ATDs, & ACTDs

42 CURRENT DAWIA COURSES OF INTEREST TO SE PROFESSIONAL
SYS 201A/B - Intermediate SPRDE - Hybrid (Online and One Week Classroom Portions) - Addresses the steps in the Systems Engineering Process (SEP), planning for & managing of the application of systems engineering to acquisition programs using IPTs SYS Advanced SPRDE - 2 Week Classroom - Emphasizes understanding of S&T & the SEP as applied to each phase of the system acquisition life cycle through extensive use of case studies & practical exercises STM Intermediate S&T Management - 3 Day Classroom - Emphasizes the understanding of the procedures & mechanisms for transitioning advanced technologies to acquisition programs that produce warfighting systems STM Advanced S&T Management - One Week Classroom - Provides procedures & mechanisms for applying the skill sets of systems engineering & IPPD to advanced technology initiatives to support transitioning to acquisition programs SAM Basic Software Acquisition Management - On Line - Introduces concepts of SW acquisition management including DoD regulatory & technical frameworks, SW & System architectures, SW development Life cycle, SW measurements, & best practices for managing SW Intensive Systems SAM Intermediate Software Acquisition Management - Provides procedures & mechanisms for managing SW Intensive Systems in real-world applications of the SW acquisition Best Practices through lecture, group discussions, exercises, & case studies in an IPT environment SAM Advanced Software Acquisition Management - Provides intensive & comprehensive insight into the risks & issues associated with developing & implementing complex DoD SW intensive systems in a seminar-based environment

43 CHANGES IN SYSTEMS ENGINEERING COURSES FOR FY06
NEW for FY06 SYS BASIC SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - New Course - ONLINE - Concentrates on the basics of systems engineering process and the systems engineering processes spelled out in the Defense Acquisition Guidebook SYS 202A/B - INTERMEDIATE SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - Will Replace Current SYS 201A/B - HYBRID (Online and One Week Classroom) - SYS 202A will emphasize procedures & mechanisms of application of systems engineering process to DoD programs - SYS 202B will concentrate of tailored application of systems engineering process across the major life cycle phases of DoD acquisition programs SYS ADVANCED SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - Will Replace Current SYS 301 - Two Week Classroom - SYS 302 will emphasize technical leadership & decision-making in a lead role as part of an IPT environment CURRENT SYS 201A/B will be retired in FY06 when SYS 202A/B is fielded CURRENT SYS 301 will be retired when SYS 302 is fielded

44 OTHER DAWIA COURSES RELEVANT TO SE PROFESSIONAL
ACQ Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management - Online Only ACQ Intermediate Systems Acquisition - Hybrid (Online & One Week Classroom Portion) IRM Basic Information Systems Acquisition - On Line IRM Intermediate Information Systems Acquisition - Two Week Classroom IRM Advanced Information Systems Acquisition TST Introduction to Acquisition Workforce Test & Evaluation TST Intermediate Test & Evaluation - One Week Classroom w/ Online Prerequisite TST Advanced Test & Evaluation

45 SPRDE Systems Engineering Career Track Career Track Courses
current courses Level I Cert Level II Cert Level III Cert ACQ pre-req There will be a SYS 100 level course developed for FY 06 fielding Level II Level III ACQ-201 Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course SYS-201 Intermediate SPRDE Course SYS-301 Advanced SPRDE Course SYS-201A: Internet SYS-201B: Classroom Classroom course Case based Problem solving GS-13 – GS-14 O4 - O5 Knowledge based GS O3 - 04 ACQ-101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management

46 SPRDE - Science & Technology Career Track DAU Courses
current courses Level I Cert Level II Cert Level III Cert ACQ pre-req Level III Level II Knowledge based 3 day classroom GS 11-12 O2 - 03 STM-302 Advanced S&T Management STM-201 Intermediate S&T Management Case based Problem solving 5 day classroom GS-13 – GS-14 O4 - O5 ACQ-101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management

47 Systems Engineering Ongoing and Future Challenges Near Term and Specific
Defining what is “good” systems engineering 23 SEPs reviewed - none have received OSD approval 19 SEPs currently in the OSD review progress; 4 others have been returned to the PMO for re-work; None answered the “Who, When, What, How” questions Doug Whiltsie, Army rep noted Mr. Bolton’s recent decision on SEPs Army staff will not typically review these types of program plans PEO internal issue; Change is coming The 5000.X update cycle on-going; 400 recommended changes submitted Specific guidance in development OSD preparing to host a two day PEO Chief Engineers summit including SEP Preparation time TBD but before September From 14 March 2005 OSD Sponsored Systems Engineering Forum

48 Ongoing and Future Challenges General
Applying SE to: Family-of-Systems System-of-Systems Capability-based Acquisition Modeling and Simulation with SE Contracting for SE Determining Value of Effective Application of SE

49 “The legacy of obsolete institutional structures and processes and organizations does not merely create unnecessary cost…it also imposes an unacceptable burden on national defense.”

50 QUESTIONS?

51 BACK UP SLIDES

52 Source: Dr. Bob Skalamara, DD Enterprise Development, OSD AT&L, Nov 04

53 Source: Dr. Bob Skalamara, DD Enterprise Development, OSD AT&L, Nov 04

54 AT&L Goal 3: Systems Integration & Engineering for Mission Success
Supporting Objectives Lead Development of Systems Views of Integrated Architectures Lead Development of Integrated Plans and / or Roadmaps Establish a Broader Mission Context for DAB Reviews Foster Interoperability, Jointness, and Coalition Capabilities Improve the Systems Engineering Environment Provide Effective Systems Engineering Policies, Practices, Procedures, Methods, and Tools Provide for a Professional Systems Engineering Workforce Improve Balance of Cost, Schedule, Performance, and Risk in Programs Reduce the Life Cycle Cost of Defense Systems Assess System Technical Maturity / Readiness for Ops Testing based on Developmental Test Results Source: Dr. Larmartin Briefing, NDIA Systems Engineering Conference, Oct 04

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60 Intermediate Information Systems
Information Technology (IT) Career Track DAU Courses Level II Application-based Exercises, Labs & Group Discussions Best Practices Level II & III SA-CMM For: mid-level IT acquisition managers Classroom, 10 days IRM-201 Intermediate Information Systems Acquisition Level III IRM-303 Advanced Information Software Acquisition new courses current courses Level I Cert Level II Cert Level III Cert ACQ pre-req Level I IRM-101 Basic Info Systems Acquisition Seminar-based Critical thinking Typical attendees -- GS-13 –GS-15 -- O4-O5 Classroom, 15 days X Knowledge based 18 lessons Internet/HTML Typical attendees: -- GS-5 – GS-9 -- O-1 – O-3 16 Lessons 10 Days Level II Application-based 33 caselets + two major (30 hrs) cases Best Practices Level II & III SA-CMM Typical attendees: -- GS 11-13 -- O3-O4 Classroom, 10 days SAM-201 Intermediate Software Acquisition Management Seminar-based Critical thinking Typical attendees -- GS 13-15 -- O4-O5 Classroom, 10 days Level III SAM-301 Advanced Software Acquisition Management ACQ-101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management ACQ-201 Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course 30 hours, on-line 2.5 CEUs X X 5 Days 5 Days

61 Intermediate Test & Evaluation Course
Test & Evaluation Career Track DAU Courses current courses Level I Cert Level II Cert Level III Cert ACQ pre-req Level I Level II Application-based Classroom Best Practices Typical Attendees: -- GS-9 – GS-12 -- O-3 – O-4 TST-202 Intermediate Test & Evaluation Course Level III TST-101 Introduction to Acquisition Workforce Test & Evaluation TST-301 Advanced Test & Evaluation Course Knowledge based Internet Typical attendees: -- GS-5 – GS-9 -- O-1 – O-3 Seminar-based Critical thinking Typical attendees -- GS 13-15 -- O4-O5 Classroom ACQ-101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management ACQ-201 Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course 5 Days

62 X X Assignment-Specific SAM DAU Courses 5 Days 5 Days Level I SAM-101
current courses Level I Cert Level II Cert Level III Cert ACQ pre-req course Knowledge based 18 lessons Internet/Authorware Attendee distribution: --30% Level I --40% Level II --30% Level III Level I 36 hours, on-line 2.7 CEUs SAM-101 Basic Software Acquisition Management Level II Application-based 33 caselets + two major (30 hrs) cases Best Practices Level II & III SA-CMM Typical attendees: -- GS 11-13 -- O3-O4 Classroom, 10 days SAM-201 Intermediate Software Acquisition Management Seminar-based Critical thinking Typical attendees -- GS 13-15 -- O4-O5 Classroom, 10 days Level III SAM-301 Advanced Software Acquisition Management new courses ACQ-101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management ACQ-201 Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course X X 5 Days 5 Days

63 Program Management Career Track
Required by Public Law For PM/PEO Positions Mandatory Certification Courses Level I certification Level II certification Level III certification Meets statutory requirement for PEO/ACAT I/II PM & Deputy PM (10 USC 1735) ACQ-101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management ACQ-201 Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course PMT-250 Program Management Tools Course PMT-352 Program Management Office Course PMT-401 Program Manager’s Course PMT-402 Executive Program Manager’s Course Knowledge based 11 functional areas Internet GS 5 - 9 O1 - O3 Application/ knowledge based (cost/sch/perf) Tracks DoDI Internet/class-room GS O3 - O4 Tools based Modules Business areas Tracks DoDI Internet GS Case/scenario based Critical thinking/problem solving Application of knowledge (cost/sch/performance) Tracks DoDI Internet/classroom GS O4 - O5 Critical Thinking/ Problem Solving (cost, sch/ perf) Business acumen Case Based Classroom Potential ACAT I, IA, II, & lll PMs, Dpty PMs & other senior acq mgrs PEOs & ACAT I, IA, II PMs & Deputy PMs 26 hours internet 35 hours internet 1 week classroom 80 hours internet 50 hours internet 6 weeks classroom 10 weeks classroom 4 weeks classroom Level I Cert Level II Cert Mandatory for most career fields Level III Cert Mandatory for PM career field only Ver. 2.2, 30 Mar 2004 Title 10 PEO/PM

64 Facilities Engineering Career Track
Level I certification Level II certification Level III certification ACQ-101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management FE-201 Intermediate Facilities Engineering Course* FE-301 Advanced Facilities Engineering Course* Knowledge based 12 functional areas Internet GS 5 - 9 O1 - O3 Application/ knowledge based Life-Cycle of a Facility Internet GS O3 - O4 Case/scenario based Critical thinking/problem solving Application of knowledge Life-Cycle of a Facility Internet/classroom(?) GS O4 - O5 26 hours, on-line 42 hours, on-line Length and Delivery Method TBD current courses new courses Level I Cert Level II Cert Level III Cert Ver. 2.2, 30 Mar 2004

65 Life Cycle Logistics Career Track
Level I certification Level II certification Level III certification LOG-101 Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals LOG-201 Intermediate Acquisition Logistics LOG-304 Life Cycle Logistics Program Management ACQ-101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management ACQ-201 Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course LOG-235 Performance Based Logistics and/ or* and/ or* LOG-102 Systems Sustainment Management Fundamentals LOG-206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management 25 hrs, on-line 35 hours, online 1 week classroom 50 hours DL 5 days classroom 9 days classroom 26 hrs, on-line 60 hours DL 5 days classroom Case/scenario based GS O4 - O5 Knowledge based GS 5 - 9 O1 - 03 Application/tool based GS On-line Hybrid Classroom Assignment Specific or Other Acquisition Training - Reliability and Maintainability Program Management - Configuration Management Systems Engineering Additional Education Academia – Certificate/Degree - System Design and Operational Effectiveness (SDOE) - Supply Chain Management (SCM) * Dept of Navy workforce members take both courses

66 Production Quality & Manufacturing Career Track Courses
current courses Level I Cert Level II Cert Level III Cert ACQ pre-req Knowledge based 18 lessons Internet Typical attendees: -- GS-5 – GS-9 -- O-1 – O-3 Level I PQM-101 Production, Quality, & Manufacturing Fundamentals ACQ-101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management Level II Application-based Internet (PQM-201A) Classrm (PQM-201B) Best Practices Typical Attendees: -- GS-9 – GS-12 -- O-3 – O-4 PQM-201 Intermediate Production, Quality & Manufacturing ACQ-201 Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course Seminar-based Critical thinking Typical attendees -- GS 13-15 -- O4-O5 Classroom, 10 days Level III PQM-301 Advanced Production, Quality & Manufacturing 18 hours, on-line

67 Contracting Certification Training Track
Level I certification Level II certification CON 100 Shaping Smart Business Arrangements CON 202 Intermediate Contracting 2 weeks classroom 1 week classroom CON 204 Intermediate Contract Pricing CON 101 Basics of Contracting Current Level III certification 140 hours on-line 2 weeks classroom CON 104 Contract Pricing CON 210 Contract Law 90 hours on-line 1 week classroom 1 weeks classroom 2 Electives 1 Elective CON 353 Advanced Business Solutions for Mission Support Level II certification Level I certification 2 weeks classroom CON 100 Shaping Smart Business Arrangements CON 2XXA Hybrid - DL Intro Contract Law Integrated Contracting, Pricing FY05 1 week classroom 2 Electives CON 110 Mission Support Planning CON 111 Mission Strategy Execution CON 112 Mission Performance Assessment Re-Engineered 60 hours, on-line CON 2XXB Application, critical thinking exercises 90 hours on-line target FY05 current courses new courses Level I Cert Level II Cert Level III Cert CON 120 [Level I Wrap-up] 2 or 3 weeks classroom 2 weeks classroom 1 Elective 2 Electives

68 Assignment Specific or Other Acquisition Training
Business, Cost Estimating, and Financial Management Career Training Track DAU PD(Business Cost Estimating, Financial Management), 19 Mar 2001 Level I Certification Level II Certification Level III Certification current courses Plus (M) One BCF 203 (10 days in class) BCF204 (15 days in class) BCF211 (A =20 hours on line B = 5 days in class) (M) ACQ-101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management (M) ACQ-201 Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course Level I Cert Level II Cert (M) BCF301 Business, Cost Estimating, Financial Manager’s Workshop (9 days in class) Level III Cert (M) Complete two in BCEFM BCF101 (10 days in class) or BCF102 (20 hours On line) or BCF103 (30 hours On line ) (M) BCF205 Contractor Business Strategies (5 days in class) (M) Complete one of BCEFM BCF101 or BCF102 or BCF103 Case/scenario based GS O4 - O5 Assignment Specific or Other Acquisition Training - Cost Risk Analysis - Software Cost Estimating - Economic Analysis - Acquisition Reporting Course - Operating and Support Analysis

69 Industry Property Certification Training Track
Level I certification Level II certification IND 100 Contract Property Administration and Disposition Fundamentals IND 200 Intermediate Contract Property Administration 2 weeks classroom IND 103 Contract Property Systems Analysis Fundamentals CON 202 Intermediate Contract Pricing Current Level III certification 2 weeks classroom CON 100 & 101 Shaping Smart Business Arrangements & Basics of Contracting CON 210 Contract Law 1 weeks classroom 2 Electives 1 Elective CON 353 Advanced Business Solutions for Mission Support Level I certification Level II certification 2 weeks classroom IND 100 Contract Property Administration and Disposition Fundamentals IND 200 Intermediate Contract Property Administration IND 103 Contract Property Systems Analysis Fundamentals 2 weeks classroom 2 Electives Re-Engineered New CON 2XX On Line and Classroom work Under Development CON 100 & CON 110, 111, 112 On Line Courses CON 120 Two Week Classroom current courses new courses Level I Cert Level II Cert Level III Cert 1 Elective 2 Electives


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