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Interesting article about the upgrade of UH-60L models to V-models using Army-owned TDP and software.
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MOSA CoP Training & Help Links:
Go to the upper right hand side of Home Page to access:
This link provides a DAU Communities Guided Tour and Overview (video)
DAU CoP Overview and Navigation
This link opens a webpage with useful Help Links and reference documents
1-2 May 2018 the Modular Open Systems Summit will be held at the Washington D.C. Convention Center.
Visit the following website for registration details: www.modularopensystems.com
To save $100 off registration, please use the promo code: OA17MOSE
To learn more about SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES, please contact:1-2 May 2018 Modular_Open Systems Expo Save-the-Date.pdf
Dan Parsons | 703-522-5917| [email protected]
John Robinson | 703-522-5655 | [email protected]
Resources / Modular Open Systems Approach (CoP)
MOSA Policy & Guidance
- DoDI 5000.02 Change 2
- DAG Chapter 3 Systems Engineering (Section 3-2.4.1 - MOSA)
- FY17 National Defense Authorization Act (P.L. 114-328) ( Sec. 805-809)
MOSA Community Definitions
MOSA Training Links
Measurement and Assessment Tools
Intellectual Property & Data Rights
Documents / Modular Open Systems Approach (CoP)
MOSA Tri-Service Memo published by the Service Secretaries Jan 2018.
Mar 29, 2006, OSD Memorandum on Award Fee Contracts (FAR 16, DFARS 215, DFARS 216 Mar 29, 2006, OSD Memorandum on Award Fee Contracts (FAR 16, DFARS 215, DFARS 216
CLE019 is a course that will describe the Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) principles from a business and a technical perspective and provide program examples of successful MOSA implementation, as well as sources that can assist an organization in implementing MOSA. This course is designed to provide familiarization with lifecycle best practices for MOSA. It will present MOSA definition, major system components, major system interfaces, interface standards, Government and commercial standards, and other widely supported consensus-based standards. It will present the benefits of MOSA implementation and demonstrate how and when to adopt a MOSA. It will also describe the importance of MOSA for IP, Data and Data Rights. The course will provide examples on how to use MOSA, a trade study demonstrating the risks and benefits of implementing MOSA, and demonstration of data rights that the government needs to implement MOSA. The course will also describe the potential benefits of MOSA as well as highlight applicable DoD policy for the acquisition and management of MOSA and its importance to IP, Data and Data Rights.
This section of the DFARS contains clauses and provisions for incorporation into contracts and Requests for Proposals critical to ensuring the government Rights in data are addressed. DFARS SUBPART 227 This section of the DFARS contains clauses and provisions for incorporation into contracts and Requests for Proposals critical to ensuring the government Rights in data are addressed.
2015 IP Strategy Brochure
OUSD Systems Engineering Guidebook
DI-MGMT-82099 Open Systems Management Plan (OSMP) Data Item Description (DID) The essence of Open Systems Architecture (OSA) is an organized decomposition, using carefully defined execution boundaries, layered onto a framework of software and hardware shared services and a vibrant business model that facilitates competition. An Open Systems Management Plan (OSMP) describes the developer’s approach for using modular design, standards-based interfaces, and widely-supported, consensus-based standards to achieve these goals. The OSMP shall include a developer’s plans for a modular, open architecture, to include use of open interface standards and Technical Reference Frameworks (TRF); design and management of, and dependencies between, Computer Software Configuration Items (CSCIs); design information documentation; technology insertion; life cycle sustainability; treatment of proprietary or vendor-unique elements; and reuse of existing items. The OSMP includes a support plan for the Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) and provides the acquirer visibility into the developers’ open systems approach and implementation. This forms a basis for evaluation of a developer’s proposal and adherence to MOSA technical and business goals.
Apr 24, 2013, USD (AT&L) Memorandum for implementing Better Buying Power 2.0 (http://bbp.dau.mil) http://bbp.dau.mil