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Requirements Management Training Overview. Mr. Jack Mohney Professor, Requirements Management DSMC-School of Program Managers 15 Apr 2011. Topics. Background Governance Courses Requirements focus on LCL. Background. NDAA FY2007 (P.L. 109-364)

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requirements management training overview

Requirements Management Training Overview

Mr. Jack Mohney

Professor, Requirements Management

DSMC-School of Program Managers

15 Apr 2011

topics
Topics
  • Background
  • Governance
  • Courses
  • Requirements focus on LCL
background
Background
  • NDAA FY2007 (P.L. 109-364)
    • The Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics, USD(AT&L), in consultation with the Defense Acquisition University, shall develop a training program to certify military and civilian personnel of the Department of Defense with responsibility for generating requirements for major defense acquisition programs.
  • Requirements Management Certification Training Program, Joint Memo dated 1 Dec 2006 signed by PDUSD (A&T) and VDJ8
    • DAU will assist in development and potential delivery of requirements management training with the intent to maximize on-line delivery as much as possible.
  • Requirements Management Certification Training Program, Joint Memo dated 9 Mar 2007 signed by PDUSD (A&T) and VDJ8
    • DAU work with Services and Components to leverage existing learning assets and crosswalk requirements management competencies to these assets
    • Goal is to maximize on-line learning assets and only develop resident training where required.
governance
Governance
  • Current Governance
    • Official AT&L Memo
    • Tri-chair Leadership Team
    • Certification and Guidelines Chart
      • Threshold
        • Core
      • Objective
        • Core Plus: Just In Time
  • Future Governance
    • JCIDS Manual 3170 (31Jan2011)
    • JCIDS IPT Effort (31June 2011)
courses core products threshold
Courses: CORE Products (Threshold*)
  • CL
    • CLM 041, Capabilities-Based Planning (CBP)
  • DL
    • RQM 110, Core Concepts for Requirements Management
  • In-Residence
    • RQM 310, Advanced Concepts and Skills for Requirements Management
    • RQM 403, Requirements Executive Overview Workshop (REOW)
    • RQM 413, Requirements Executive Overview (REO)

*Threshold -- required training: the minimum required to meet the NDAA mandate

clm 041
CLM 041
  • Course Title: Capabilities Based Planning
  • Method: On-line
    • Course Description: Overview of the DoD guidance and policies supporting capabilities-based planning: explains the processes, roles, responsibilities, and challenges involved in implementing Capabilities-Based Planning (CBP)

Status: CLM 041 outdated; interaction underway with GLTC to begin CLM 041 re-write as JCIDS overview

Review Cycle: TBD

Last Update: June 09

Next Scheduled Update: July 2011

Level of Effort: Re-write

Demand: Services/COCOMs/Agencies’ military and civilian personnel; possible increased demand due to JROCM/CJCSI 3170 & 3470 release & billet coding implementation

Availability: N/A

Target Student Groups: Core curriculum for Certification Levels A, B, & C; provides training for anyone interested in capabilities & requirements

  • Throughput: Total to Date: 11,186
  • FY08 – 3625
  • FY09 – 3315
  • FY10 – 2776
  • FY11 – 1470
rqm 110
RQM 110
  • Title: Core Concepts for Requirements Management
  • Method: On-line
    • Description: Covers both the requirements manager role and requirements management within the “Big A” acquisition construct

Review Cycle: Annual

Last Update: Aug 10

Next Scheduled Update: June 11

Level of Effort: Update / Revision

Throughput: Total to Date: 4,889

FY08 – 505

FY09 – 1861

FY10 – 1738

FY11 – 785

Demand:

Availability: 4 Sections

Demand: 50 students / section

Target Student Groups: Students significantly involved with capability analysis and requirements development

rqm 310
RQM 310

Title: Advanced Concepts and Skills for Requirements Management

Method: In Residence (4.5 Days)

Description: Studies the functions of RMs and of their supervisors. The course continues by examining the RM’s interactions with the Defense Acquisition System (DAS), within the Joint Capabilities Integration Development System (JCIDS), and with Functional Capability Boards (FCBs).

Review Cycle: Annual*

Last Update: Nov, 2010

Next Scheduled Update: Summer, 2011

Level of Effort: Major Update

* Lessons reviewed prior to each offering

Demand

Availability: 6

Current Capacity: 180/year

Target Student Groups: Designated by organizational leadership for advanced requirements instruction; organizational reps in pertinent program management and JCIDS forums to include FCB Working Group, FCB, JCB, and JROC

Throughput: Total To Date – 129

FY10 – 49

FY11 – 80

rqm 403
RQM 403
  • Title: Requirements Executive Overview Workshop
  • Method: Resident / VTC
    • Description: Provide General/Flag Officers and members of the Senior Executive Service with an executive-level understanding of the role of the requirements manager as documents move through the JCIDS process and into the acquisition & resourcing systems

Review Cycle:

Last Update: Jan 11

Next Scheduled Update: June 11

Level of Effort: Update / Revision

Demand: 90 Students / year

Availability: 12 Offerings / year

Target Student Groups: Validate and / or approve documents; provide senior leadership and oversight of JCIDS analysis & staffing: enforce requirements standards and accountability

  • Throughput: Total To Date – 282
  • FY08 – 76
  • FY09 – 89
  • FY10 – 104
  • FY11 – 13
courses core plus activities objective
Courses: CORE Plus Activities (Objective*)
  • In addition to the Core (threshold) courses, we provide additional products and services to the requirements community:
    • Just-in-Time CLs
    • Mission Support
    • Student follow-up

*Objective – additional training to improve DoD workforce requirements knowledges, skills, and abilities

core plus
CORE Plus
  • Courses
    • CLM101, Analysis of Alternatives (AoA)
    • CLR 250, Capabilities Based Assessments
    • CLR 252, Developing Requirements
clm 101
CLM 101
  • Course Title: Analysis of Alternatives (AoA)
  • Method: On-line
    • Course Description: CLM-101 is an online module that examines the DoD Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) process

Status: On contract, on schedule to go live Aug 2011 – PMP/CDD/Schedule delivered 18 Jan 2011

Review Cycle: N/A

Last Update: 1st deployed Jun 2004, no subsequent update on record

Next Scheduled Update: N/A

Level of Effort: Revision

Demand: Will increase slightly from FY 10 level

Availability: Continual

Target Student Group: Individuals involved in conducting AoAs

Throughput : Total to date – 4505*

FY 08 – 705

FY 09 – 973

FY 10 – 1143

FY 11 – 611

*Total includes graduates back to 2005

clr 250
CLR 250

Title: Capabilities Based Assessments

Method: On-line

Description: CLR 250 is an online module that examines the DoD Capability-Based Assessment (CBA) process

Review Cycle: Annual

Last Update: Apr 10

Next Scheduled Update: Apr 11

Level of Effort: Revision

Demand: May increase slightly from FY 10 level due to JCIDS IPT effort (increased FCB visibility on CBA)

Availability: Continual

Target Student Group: Individuals involved at any CBA level

Throughput : Total to date – 854

FY10 – 258

FY11 – 596

clr 252
CLR 252

Title: Developing Requirements

Method: On-line

Description: CLR 252 is an online module to describe how to develop Key Performance Parameters (KPPs), Key System Attributes (KSAs) and the relationship of the KPPs and KSAs to Measures of Effectiveness (MOEs), Measures of Performance (MOPs), and Measures of Suitability (MOSs)

Review Cycle: Annual

Last Update: Apr 10

Next Scheduled Update: Apr 11

Level of Effort: Update / Revision

Demand: May increase slightly from FY 10 level due to JCIDS IPT effort

Availability: Continual

Target Student Groups: Just in time training for those participating in an AoA and/or developing a Initial Capabilities Document (ICD)

Throughput: Total To Date – 1067

FY10 – 376

FY11 – 691

supportability sustainment and logistics requirements focus areas
Supportability, Sustainment and Logistics Requirements Focus Areas

Technology Opportunities & Resources

User Needs

Full Rate

Prod Decision

Review

MS B

MS C

MS A

Production & Deployment

Materiel

Solution

Analysis

Engineering & Manufacturing Development

Strategic Guidance

Joint Concepts

Capabilities - Based Assessment

ICD

CDD

CPD

Technology

Development

O&S

MDD

AoA

FCB

Incremental Development

DESIGN FOR

SUPPORT

SUPPORT THE

DESIGN

PLAN FOR

SUPPORT

Life Cycle Logistics

life cycle logistics and the requirements manager
Life Cycle Logistics andThe Requirements Manager
  • Core Logistics Analysis
  • Source of Repair Analysis
  • Affordability Assessment
  • Life Cycle Cost (LCC)
  • Life Cycle Sustainment Plan
  • Manpower Estimate
  • Product Support Plan
  • Updated RAM-C Report
  • PBL Strategy
  • Reliability Analysis &
  • Prediction
  • Level of Repair Analysis
  • Ongoing Implementation of PBL
  • Continue Assessing System
  • Support Strategies
  • Ensure Demilitarization and
  • Disposal Requirements are Identified
  • Capture Considerations for Upcoming
  • Increments
  • Identify Redesign Requirements to
  • Address Inadequate Characteristics
  • PBL Implementation
  • Validate support requirements
  • Update LCL-related Parameters in CPD
  • Update TEMP for LCL Considerations
  • Ensure Sustainment Program Funding
  • Revise Manpower Estimate
2007 ndaa sec 801
2007 NDAA / Sec 801

SEC 801: REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION TRAINING

TRAINING PROGRAM.—

(1) REQUIREMENT.—The Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics, in consultation with the Defense Acquisition University, shall develop a training program to certify military and civilian personnel of the Department of Defense with responsibility for generating requirements for major defense acquisition programs (as defined in section 2430(a) of title 10, United States Code).

(2) COMPETENCY AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS.—The Under Secretary shall establish competency requirements for the personnel undergoing the training program. The Under Secretary shall define the target population for such training program by identifying which military and civilian personnel should have responsibility for generating requirements. The Under Secretary also may establish other training programs for personnel not subject to chapter 87 of title 10, United States Code, who contribute significantly to other types of acquisitions by the Department of Defense.

2007 ndaa sec 801 cont
2007 NDAA / Sec 801 CONT

SEC. 801. REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION TRAINING PROG (CONT)

(b) APPLICABILITY.—Effective on and after September 30, 2008, a member of the Armed Forces or an employee of the Department of Defense with authority to generate requirements for a major defense acquisition program may not continue to participate in the requirements generation process unless the member or employee successfully completes the certification training program developed under this section.

(c) REPORTS.—The Secretary of Defense shall submit to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives an interim report, not later than March 1, 2007, and a final report, not later than March 1, 2008, on the implementation of the training program required under this section.

requirements management certification training program memo 1 dec 06
Requirements Management Certification Training Program Memo (1 Dec 06)

….DAU will assist in the development and potential delivery of requirements management training with the intent to maximize on-line delivery as much as practical. We intend for this training to commence by 4th Quarter of Fiscal Year 2007……

requirements management certification training program memo 9 mar 07
Requirements Management Certification Training Program Memo (9 Mar 07)

….To leverage existing learning assets, DAU will work with the Services and Components to crosswalk these assets with the requirements management competencies. The goal is to maximize on-line learning assets and only develop resident training where required. Initial training and course development will target the “action officer” level. These are the individuals who either draft or review and comment on requirements documents as described above……

tri chair leadership team
Tri-Chair Leadership Team
  • AT&L : Director, Joint Operations Support, ASD(R&E)
    • Create/Set policy and guidelines for program
    • Enforcement of standards
    • Primary interface with Joint Staff/Service/Agency/COCOM concerning the identification and maintenance of the RMCT Program billet structure
  • Joint Staff J-8: Deputy Director for Requirements, J-8
    • Create/Set policy and guidelines for program
    • Appoints JS OPR/SME for planned updates/currency related to JCIDS
    • Code, maintain, and prioritize personnel within the Joint Staff requiring Requirements Management Certification Training
  • DAU: Vice President
    • Develop, deploy, teach, and sustain Requirements Management Certification Curriculum
    • Use DAU Data Mart to capture RM billet information and student training records
requirements manager certification training core
Requirements Manager Certification Training Core

Required Training Level Guidelines