Technical Processes Overview
Whereas the technical management processes provide insight of, and control over, the technical development of a system throughout its life cycle, the technical processes are used to design, develop and analyze the system, system elements and enabling system elements required for integration, test, production, deployment, support, operation and disposal.
The eight technical processes discussed in DAG Chapter 3, sections 3.2.1 through 3.2.8, provide a framework for ensuring and maintaining traceability between stakeholder requirements, systems design and the eventual delivered capability.
Take an interactive walkthrough of the eight technical processes that drive acquisition. This process planning guide is designed to help acquisition professionals better understand and plan for the defense acquisition process using the systems engineering V model.