Activities for the development of a new system, or to expand the performance of fielded systems. The Special Interest designation is typically based on one or more of the following factors: technological complexity; congressional interest; a large commitment of resources; or the program is critical to the achievement of a capability or set of capabilities, part of a system of systems, or a joint program. AIS: A system of computer hardware, computer software, data or telecommunications that performs functions such as collecting, processing, storing, transmitting, and displaying information. Excluded are computer resources, both hardware and software, that are an integral part of a weapon or weapon system; used for highly sensitive classified programs as determined by the Secretary of Defense ; used for other highly sensitive information technology IT programs as determined by the DoD CIO ; or determined by the DAE or designee to be better overseen as a non-AIS program e.
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Some of the hyperlinked pages provide a more detailed explanation of key acquisition concepts e. Assigns, reinforces, and prescribes procedures for acquisition responsibilities related to cybersecurity in the Defense Acquisition System. Incorporates and cancels Directive-type Memorandum Reference cl. POLICY The overarching management principles and mandatory policies that govern the Defense Acquisition SystemThe Defense Acquisition System is an event-based process where acquisition programs proceed through a series of milestone reviews and other decision points that may authorize entry into a significant new program phase.
Details of the reviews, decision points, and program phases are found in Enclosure 2 of DoD Instruction This instruction provides the detailed procedures that guide the operation of the system.
The CAEs are responsible for all acquisition functions within their components. The MDA will establish procedures for assigned programs using this instruction as guidance.
MDA should tailor regulatory procedures in the document consistent with sound business practice and the risks associated with the product being acquired. Heads of the DoD Components.
Component-required procedures will not exceed those specified in this instruction. When necessary, waivers or requests for exceptions to the provisions of this instruction will be submitted to the DAE The individual responsible for supervising the Defense Acquisition System.
Statutory requirements cannot be waived unless the statute permits. Secretaries of the Military Departments. In addition to the responsibilities described in paragraph 4. The Secretary concerned, in coordination with the Chief of the Military Service fielding the system, will balance resources against priorities and ensure appropriate trade-offs are made among cost, schedule, technical feasibility, and performance throughout the life of the program.
Chiefs of the Military Services. The Chiefs of the Military Services fielding MDAPs will represent the customer and, with the Secretary of the Military Department acquiring the MDAP, balance resources against priorities and ensure that appropriate trade-offs are made among cost, schedule, technical feasibility, and performance throughout the life of the program.
DODI 5000.02 Enclosure 1: ACATs and Compliance Requirements
The official document also includes redline changes. In this version, minor admin changes are not shown; content changes appear as redline changes. Purpose This Directive: 1. Reissues reference a and authorizes publication of reference b. Along with reference b , provides management principles and mandatory policies and procedures for managing all acquisition programs. Applicability And Scope 2. The policies in this Directive apply to all acquisition programs.
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