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Formulates the approach to conduct, manage, and control all the technical activities.
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Provides a framework and methodology to plan, manage, and implement technical activities throughout the system life cycle.
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Areas that may affect the requirements, design, or operational concept of a system.
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  • Robbie Pradhan
117/7/2017 9:16 AM

What topical areas would you like to see that would benefit the SE Community?

WENDY GOLDEN3/25/2020 12:30 PMNo
  
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  • THERESE BENSCH
02/7/2019 7:10 PM

https://www.dau.mil/tools/t/8-Tech-Processes

This process planning tool is a click-through animated presentation designed to help acquisition professionals better understand and plan for the defense acquisition process using the systems engineering V model. Although the tool was developed with Department of Defense program office engineers and program managers in mind, anyone with an interest in a deeper understanding of defense acquisition should benefit. This tool demonstrates how the eight technical processes of the systems engineering V model drive tailoring of the DoDI 5000.02 Hardware Intensive Program model, going from needs to solutions.

Would additional tools like this one be useful to you?

2/7/2019 7:10 PMNo
  
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  • WAYNE WOLFE
11/7/2019 7:10 AM

​Hello-

For the last few years I've been hearing how more and more and more of DoD acquisition programs involve software. I would guess that likewise, more and more programs are becoming "software-dominant". Yet the generic acquisition model used in the DoD/DAU literature and training materials still seems to assume the program delivers a hardware-dominant system. I'm wondering whether the "default" acquisition model as presented in the DAG and DAU material needs to be made a little more generic. In particular, I wonder whether "Engineering and Manufacturing Development" could be re-worded to something like "Engineering and Production Preparation" or something just to take the sort of mass manufacturing implication out. I'm not saying there's something wrong with Model 1 for a program that's delivering 1500 aircraft, but it just gets confusing when that's the model I see all the time in the DAG and DAU material.

I sure don't claim any sort of guru status here but am curious at to what other people think.

VR,

Wayne

DAVID SWINNEY1/10/2019 3:09 PMNo
  
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  • JERRY VANDEWIELE
04/20/2018 1:08 PM

I'm researching perspectives of LAB S&T managers to see how they utilize SE processes (WBS/Structure, Risk, Schedules, Funding, Requirements, Stakeholder Analysis, Transition, and much more) .  I'm the DAU Course Manager for STM 203 and we are redoing it.  I'd like to hear from all Services/Agencies who are coded STM and learn what workshops and modules should be developed to support you in your daily work.​

4/20/2018 1:08 PMNo
  
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  • AARON PARHAM
03/28/2018 10:34 AM

Hello. I'm a project scheduler on a project currently in the process of conducting a CBA. I'm doing research to elaborate future tasking in the schedule and looking for any resources that align the DoDAF viewpoints to the applicable SETR events when they are developed. 

I have already found some references, but most are not updated to the 2.02. I'm trying to map out a matrix, similar to Table D-1 in NAVSEA Technical Review Manual, in an incremental development process; P - preliminary, D - draft, U - update, F - Final.

If anyone has any additional resources, it would be greatly appreciated.

3/28/2018 10:34 AMNo

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