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Post Implementation Review

Overview: This section provides guidance on how to conduct a Post Implementation Review (PIR) for a system that has been fielded, and is operational in its intended environment. A PIR verifies the Outcome-based Performance Measures of Effectiveness (OPMs) of the Initial Capabilities Document (ICD) or Business Plan and answers the question, "Did the Service/Agency get what it needed, per the ICD, and if not, what should be done?" More...

New TBD Procedures for Integrating OMB Exhibit 300B information with the PIR

Table C1 of Section C to Exhibit 300B. Performance Measurement Report requires operational data that measures the effectiveness of the investment in delivering the desired service or support level and measures the investment against its defined process standards or technical service level agreements (SLAs) (e.g., “Reliability and Availability”). The 300B is an annual report that is submitted twice annually, BES in September and PB in March. Since the 300B is a new report, procedures for coordination with PIR information requirement are TBD. Updates will be posted here as soon as the procedures are issued.


Who is Responsible?

  • The Sponsor/Domain Owner is responsible for articulating outcome-based performance measures in the form of measures of effectiveness.
  • The Sponsor/Domain Owner is responsible for planning the PIR, gathering data, analyzing the data, and assessing the results.
  • The program manager is responsible for maintaining an integrated program schedule that facilitates the PIR on behalf of the Sponsor/Domain Owner.
  • The program manager is responsible for translating Sponsor/Domain Owner planning into specific PIR implementation events.

Implementation Guidance: The Sponsor/Domain Owner initially articulates high-level, outcome-based performance measures in the form of measures of effectiveness in the Initial Capabilities Document or Business Plan. Development of the Capability Development Document, Capability Production Document, contract, and build specifications follows, each providing increasingly detailed performance outcomes. During integration and test, procedures called out in the Systems Engineering Plan (SEP) should verify compliance with the build specification. The Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP) and associated test products describe verification of compliance with the contract specification during developmental test and evaluation (DT&E) and verification of compliance with the Capability Production Document during operational test and evaluation (OT&E). Finally, the PIR benefits analysis evaluates system compliance with the original MOEs documented in the Initial Capabilities Document.

PIR Verification of the ICD

PIR Verification of the ICD


Related PIR Guidance

Other Frequently Asked Questions

Examples

PIR Guidance from Allied Nations

  
  
  
  
  
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