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Air Armament Center. Systems Engineering Update AAC Industry Day 18 Mar 08. War-Winning Capabilities…On Time, On Cost. Mr. John Mistretta Technical Director, AAC/EN 850-883-3700. DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A : Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. . Outline.

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Air Armament Center

Systems Engineering UpdateAAC Industry Day18 Mar 08

War-Winning Capabilities…On Time, On Cost

Mr. John Mistretta

Technical Director, AAC/EN

850-883-3700

DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.


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Outline

  • Systems Engineering Assessment (SEA)

    • AAC SEA Updates/Progress

    • AF SEA

  • Systems Engineering Plans (SEP)

    • AAC SEP Activities

    • Zero Baseline Documentation (ZBD)/Center SEP Initiative

  • Systems Engineering Improvement Activities

    • D&SWS Improvement Opportunities

    • TRA/MRA Updates


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AAC Systems Engineering Assessment“Spiral I SEA”

FY06-07 Improvement Activities

Standardized / Summarized Policy & Processes (06)

Interfaced with Industry and Government: (06/07)

Developed Focused SE Training (06)

Conducted Spiral I SEAs

Identified Program Specific Findings & Recommendations (06)

Hosted Workshops Sharing Lessons Learned & Best Practices (07)

Advised / Consulted on Action Plans (07)

Streamlined Module Based on Feedback & Lessons Learned (07)

Expanded Module to Include Manufacturing & Sustainment (07)

Fielded as “Spiral II SEA” (07)

Enterprise Support

Program Support

Guides & Tools


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Technical Processes

Requirements

Design

Verification/Validation

Transition

Technical Management Processes

Planning

Risk Management

Configuration Management

Decision Analysis

Technical Assessment

Technical Processes

Requirements

Design

Verification/Validation

Manufacturing

Fielding & Follow-on Sustainment

Technical Management Processes

Planning

Risk Management

Configuration Management

Decision Analysis

Technical Assessment

Key Process Areas

Spiral 1

Spiral 2 & 3


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FY08 AAC SEA Activities“Spiral II SEA”

  • Two New Process Areas Successfully Piloted

    • Manufacturing, Fielding & Follow-on Sustainment

    • Completed HTS as Beta Program, Jan 08

  • Synchronize Spiral II SEA w/IA Tools

    • Manufacturing element w/MRA tool

    • Sustainment element w/LHA tool

  • Support Assessments as Requested by PMs

    • Updates to Spiral I

    • Emerging Programs may have Full Assessments

      • e.g., CRIIS, SDB II

  • Ensure Effective Transition to Spiral III


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AF Standard SEA“Spiral III SEA”

  • Champions: SAF/AQR & AFMC/EN

  • Objective: Develop a common assessment methodology using the Defense Acquisition Guidebook, AFI 63-1201, and current SE best practices as a baseline

  • Participants: SAF/AQR, HQ AFMC Staff, all AFMC Product & Logistic Centers, Space and Missile Center

  • Targeted as the AAC Spiral III SEA


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AF Approach FY08-09

  • AAC SEA Module Identified as Best Practice

    • Serving as foundation for AF SEA module

    • Valuable additions from all Centers

  • Develop Implementation Plan

    • Develop scoring criteria and assessment methods

    • Train Center ENs & affected organizations

    • Run pilot test

      • Plan for 4 program assessments

      • Compare results of all assessments

SEA Complementary to SEPs


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System Engineering Plans (SEP)

  • DoD/AF Policy Requires SEPs

    • Applicable to All ACAT Levels

    • Required Content Areas/Topics Identified

    • AAC Programs Generated 17 SEPs in CY 07

      • All Signed by Program Milestone Decision Authority

      • Captured Government and Contractor Information

        • Leveraged Existing Program Data

      • Completion Tracked/Reported at AFMC & SAF

      • Used the AAC SEP Guide


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System Engineering Plans (SEP)

  • AFMC/EN Developed Coordination Guidance (6 Feb 2008)

    • Clarification of current SAF SEP policy

    • Cross Center coordination/signatures

    • Joint program coordination/signatures

    • Center ENs keep e-copy of approved SEP & submit to AFMC/EN

Zero Baseline Documentation (ZBD) Effort Driving Future SEP Approach


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ZBD Background

  • D&SWS related initiative led by the Deputy PEO for Weapons, Ms Judy Stokley, for Ms Payton

  • Driven by redundancy and burden of large number of required program plans/ documentation and excessive staffing lead time

  • April 07 SAF/AQ Memo

    • Identify minimum documentation

    • Minimum coordination levels

  • Nov 07 SAF/AQ Memo

    • Endorsement of AFPEO/WP implementation plan

    • Supports development of AAC Center SEP

Create a Center SEP that captures Standard Work


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Center SEP

  • Goal: Single document that will be accepted/acknowledged by AFPEO/WP, SAF/AQ, and OSD as the standard SE work/processes for armament and support systems

  • Benefit: Get it right now and NO comprehensive SEP writing will be required for new programs. Minimal program specific tailoring will be captured.


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Approach:

Integrated 308th and AAC/EN Team

Use AAC SEP outline as starting point for Center SEP

Develop material – address sections with standard work potential

Use source documents to capture common processes

Translate common processes into “standard” processes applicable to AAC’s portfolio and all ACAT levels

Identify sections to capture in LCMP

Source Documents:

AAC SEP Guide

Existing SEPs (e.g. JASSM, JDAM, SDB2, AMRAAM, HTS)

693 ARSS/HTS Operating Instructions

OSD SEP Guide, AFI 63-1201, AFMCI 63-1201

AFPEO/WP Independent Review Team – implementation recommendations

SEP Approach


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AAC SEP Content Assessment

  • 3.2 Enabling Processes

  • 3.2.1 Planning

  • 3.2.2 Risk Management #

  • 3.2.3 Decision Analysis (Approach for Trades) #

  • 3.2.4 Systems Engineering Tools and Resources

  • 3.3 Technical Baseline Management

  • 3.3.1 Configuration Management #

  • 3.3.2 Configuration Change Assessment #

  • 3.3.3 Configuration Baselines

  • 3.3.4 Technical Data Management #

  • 3.4 Technical Reviews and Assessments

  • 3.4.1 Technical Review Plan (Strategy and Approach)

  • 3.4.2 Technical Review Authorities

  • 3.4.3 Participants

  • 3.4.4 Technical Assessment #

  • 4 Integrated Acquisition Management

  • 4.1 Acquisition and Contract Strategies

  • 4.1.1 Acquisition Strategy #

  • 4.1.2 Contract Management #

  • 4.2 Risk Management Integration #

  • 4.3 Program Planning and Tracking (IMP/IMS/EVMS) #

  • 5 Life Cycle Logistics and Sustainment

  • 5.1 OSS&E Baseline Document (OBD)

  • 5.2 Inspections and Maintenance #

  • 5.3 Sources of Supply, Maintenance and Repair #

  • 1Introduction

  • 1.1 Program Description and Applicable Documents

  • 1.1.1 Program Description #

  • 1.1.2 Applicable Documents #

  • 1.1.3 Program Technical Status as of the SEP Date #

  • 1.1.4 Approach for SEP Updates

  • 1.2 System Capabilities, Require and Design Considerations

  • 1.2.1 Capabilities to be Achieved #

  • 1.2.2 Key Performance Parameters (KPPs) #

  • 1.2.3 Statutory and Regulatory Requirements #

  • 1.2.4 Certification Requirements #

  • 1.2.5 Design Considerations

  • 2Engineering Organization

  • 2.1 Integrated Product Teams

  • 2.1.1 IPT Structure #

  • 2.1.2 Coordination #

  • 2.1.3 Integration

  • 2.2 Technical Authority and Organizational Responsibilities

  • 2.2.1 Authority

  • 2.2.2 Responsibilities and Roles

  • 2.3 Technical Staffing Plan #

  • 3Systems Engineering Processes

  • 3.0.1 Process Selection #

  • 3.0.2 Process Improvement

  • 3.1 Technical Processes

  • 3.1.1 Requirements Development and Management

  • 3.1.2 Design

  • 3.1.3 Verification and Validation (V&V) #

  • 3.1.4 Transition to Production (Manufacturing) #

#DUPLICATION WITH LCMP (25)

63% of SEP Content

STANDARD WORK CANDIDATES (26)

65% of SEP Content

PROGRAM UNIQUE CONTENT (14)

NOT INCLUDED IN CALCULATIONS

  • ZBD INITIATIVE CREATING:

  • OPPORTUNITIES FOR STREAMLINING

  • DOCUMENT COORDINATION INTERDEPENDENCIES


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Additional SE 08 Initiatives

  • Evaluating Emerging TRA/MRA Material

    • Closely Engaged with D&SWS

    • Update/Improve the AAC IA Processes/Guides

  • Establishing TRA/MRA Training

    • Multiple Levels

    • Appropriate for PM, Acquisition Engineers and Logisticians

  • “Off Program” SMEs at Technical Reviews

    • Complements the IA Process


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Share Lessons Learned & Best Practices

Work with Us to Institutionalize SE Across Our Integrated Teams

Flow SE Discipline Down the Supply Chain

Include Good SE Processes in Best Value Proposals

What Can Industry Do?

Help Us Restore Credibility in Our Collective Processes


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