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Welcome to your Requirements Management Community of Practive (RMCoP) - tailored to meet the needs of all DoD RMs, ROs, ACMs, & CIOs:  

NOTE #1:  ALL content posted on the RMC is available to the general public. 

NOTE #2:  As of 30 Jan 2022, the new CJCSI 5123 and JCIDS Manual (click on both to immediately access), both dated 30 Oct 2021, are now active, thus rendering the 2018 versions obsolete.  You can also click the "Policy, Guidance, & References" tile below, then click the "DoD-Level Strategy, Policy, & Guidance" sub-tile to access & download.  

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5/16/2022 10:45 AM

You may have read that the DAU campus is beginning to open back up. Here is news you can use regarding the reopening:

The synchronous Requirements Management course RQM 3100 will REMAIN VIRTUAL and will not be returning to in-person offerings. 

We are also upgrading many of the asynchronous Requirements courses to improve their value to the Requirements Manager. The first upgrade is to RQM 1100 (formerly CLR 110), Core Concepts for Requirements Managers. If you have not taken this course, we highly recommend you take it to enrich your requirements knowledge base (and perhaps earn some CEUs at the same time).  As our other asynchronous courses are upgraded and released, we'll let you know.

And don't forget to consider taking the newest Requirements Management course, RQM 2100. In its second year of production, this asynchronous online course provides a great foundation for the analytical and development skills a Requirements Manager needs, including creating capability requirements documents.

We are here to support you. You can reach us by going to the Training and Consulting tile on the Requirements Community homepage, or contact Jack Mohney (jack.mohney@dau.edu), the Requirement Community owner.


  
5/16/2022 9:22 AM

2022 Defense AWF Individual Achievement Award.pdfThe annual Defense Acquisition Workforce Award is the acquisition community's opportunity to recognize individuals who demonstrate the highest levels of excellence and professionalism in developing, acquiring, and sustaining operational capability that "supports the Warfighter and protects the taxpayer."

This is a great opportunity to thank and recognize outstanding Requirements Managers in the Requirements Community. Requirements Managers are eligible for nomination in the Individual Achievement category. Instructions are attached. Additional information on the past winners of this award can be found via the Human Capital Initiatives Website accessible via: https://www.hci.mil/what-wedo/ Awards.html.


  
4/22/2022 11:09 AM

​The Requirements Management Community (RMC) has a wealth of resources to support the Requirements Manager, with new content always being added or updated. If you don't have the time to log on to the RMC as often as you want, have the RMC send you a email whenever new documents or announcements are posted. To do so, just follow these instructions:

To be notified when new documents are posted on the RMC, do the following:

  1. Log in to the RMC.
  2. On the left side of the Home page, click on Documents.
  3. On the gray bar, hover over DAU Sponsored Documents until an underline appears, and then click.
  4. In the upper left, you see Browse, Files, Library. Click on Library.
  5. On the tool bar, click on Alert Me.
  6. From the dropdown, select Set alert on this library.
  7. You can use the default alert settings, or customize the alert settings. For example, if you want to receive alerts once a week, under When to Send Alerts, choose Send a Weekly Summary and select the day and time you want the alert sent.
  8. When you finish customizing your alert settings, click on OK.

 

To be notified when new Announcements are posted on the RMC, do the following:

  1. Log in to the RMC.
  2. On the left side of the home page, click on Announcements.
  3. In the upper left, you see Browse, Items, and List. Click on List.
  4. On the tool bar, click on Alert Me.
  5. From the dropdown, select Set alert on this list.
  6. You can use the default alert settings, or customize the alert settings. For example, if you want to receive alerts once a week, under When to Send Alerts, choose Send a Weekly Summary and select the day and time you want the alert sent.



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