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Document the description of the alternative solutions and the rationale for selection.
Ensure that proficiency and 633-501 training for the entire project team including stakeholders is performed and documented. TFSG1P2 Establish and maintain the strategy and plan s for transitioning acquired products into operational use and support.
TFSG2 Ensure the resources, capacity and capability to support the operations, maintenance, repair, and disposal of the product are ready prior to need. CAIV studies could be accomplished. Make all technical plans, designs, and specifications consistent with and traceable to documented requirements. Ensure user awareness of evolving product characteristics and changing mission scenarios. CMG2 Establish and maintain technical 6-3501 while managing change. Specify control characteristics for each item e.
Transitioning From Validation Determination C To Validation Assessment D Following completion of the self-assessment phase, if leadership has directed that a validation assessment be accomplished, actions are initiated to prepare for an independent validation. VG2P2 Conduct peer reviews on selected work products and identify issues resulting from the peer review Description: Conduct analysis to identify trends, process improvement opportunities and potential risks. Solutions, designs, and implementations encompass products, product components, and product-related life-cycle processes either singly or in combinations as appropriate.
Identify safety critical xfi and ensure affected hardware and software components are treated as safety critical. The definition and control of interfaces affects requirements allocation, product design, manufacturing, integration and verification.
While this model identifies practices that should be implemented it does not prescribe specific implementation Version September 4 Version September approaches.
See paragraph 6, Results Reporting.
Review the computing system architecture to ensure robustness, fault tolerance, reserve capacity and growth are addressed. Analyze root causes of variances. In most cases the description defines the minimal activity required to successfully meet the practice. This includes those government processes that have been flowed down and are then delegated to the supplier. It also ensures that lower level requirements are tied to a parent requirement to prevent orphan requirements at the lower levels.
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The use of statistical process control is appropriate for high-volume processing. RG3P3 Validate requirements to ensure the evolving product will perform as intended in the operational environment Description: This is affi the Government and might include both the project or program office and sponsoring office.
Analyze the results of all transition activities and identify appropriate action. MRAs can determine the adequacy of the manufacturing processes, the Quality Management System, and the production plans.
In some cases, the cost and schedule overruns incurred by these acquisition programs showed that the USAF was not adequately prepared and resourced to take on these challenges. Track corrective actions until subsequent verification activities confirm compliance with requirements.
Well-defined interface specifications may form the basis for some commitments. Version September 5 Version September AF SEAM is comprised of ten process areas which are presented in alphabetical order with their associated acronym below: Identify and monitor requirements for initial spares, support equipment, facilities and facility aif. Ready to take your reading offline? Perform industrial base analysis for critical products and aafi. Determine what products or product-components will be acquired – this is frequently referred to as a make-or-buy afu.
DAG1 Base decisions on an evaluation of alternatives using established criteria DAG1P1 Establish and maintain 63-50 to determine which issues are subject to a formal evaluation process Description: The intent is for the project to use peer reviews on selected products to find and remove defects and to ensure compliance to applicable standards. Define the membership of the configuration control boards.
DAG1P5 Select the solution s from the alternatives and document decisions based on the evaluation Description: RG3 Iteratively analyze and validate operational and derived requirements throughout the product life cycle RG3P1 Analyze requirements to ensure that they are necessary and sufficient Description: Identify and maintain criteria for assigning enhancements responsibility. RG4 Requirements are managed and controlled, and inconsistencies with technical plans and work products are identified RG4P1 Use a disciplined process afj accepting, vetting, approving, and providing requirements and changes to the suppliers Description: CMG1 PI Identify accountability for the disposition of, access to, release of and control of the technical baselines.
Assure component compatibility with the integration environment. Define the roles and responsibilities of the user, acquirer, suppliers, testers and enablers for the life-cycle of the product. Define the activities e.
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Accordingly, the model itself must undergo CPI in order to remain current and relevant. Obtaining commitment involves interaction among all relevant stakeholders acquisition, sustainment, support, test, operations, product enhancement both internal and external to the project. Establish and maintain initial and life-cycle resources requirements for performing operations and support. Proactively seek opportunities for combined testing agi the operational test agencies and oversight offices and form an Integrated Test Team.
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Effective management of product-component interface requirements, specifications, and designs helps ensure that implemented interfaces will support integration. The configuration and change management system enables the disciplined management and control of changes to the product and related work products. Jump up ati the previous page or down to the next one.
Records include revision history of configuration items, change log, copy of change requests, status of configuration items, and differences between baselines. It is important that the acquirer define at the outset afii degree to which verification and validation are required both early in the definition of the project and later when the products are received. Ensure that there is accountability for performing the process and achieving the specified results throughout the life of the process.