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Figure 24.4 System V & V Technical Perspective
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System Development Work ow Strategy
The DSMC T&E Management Guide states that the objectives of DT&E are to: 1. Identify potential operational and technological capabilities and limitations of the alternative concepts and design options being pursued; 2. Support the identi cation of cost-performance tradeoffs by providing analyses of the capabilities and limitations of alternatives; 3. Support the identi cation and description of design technical risks; 4. Assess progress toward meeting critical operational issues (COIs), mitigation of acquisition technical risk, achievement of manufacturing process requirements and system maturity; 5. Assess validity of assumptions and conclusions from the analysis of alternatives (AOA); 6. Provide data and analysis in support of the decision to certify the system ready for operational test and evaluation (OT&E); 7. In the case of automated information systems, support an information systems security certi cation prior to processing classi ed or sensitive data and ensure a standards conformance certi cation. (Source: Adapted from DSMC Test & Evaluation Management Guide, App. B, p. B-6) DT&E is performed throughout System Design Process, Component and Procurement Process, and the SITE Process. Each process task veri es that the evolving and maturing system or product design solution the Developmental Con guration fully complies with the SPS requirements. This is accomplished via reviews, proof of principle and proof of concept demonstrations, technology demonstrations, engineering models, simulations, brass boards, and prototypes. On completion of veri cation, the physical system or product enters OT&E, whereby it is validated against the User s documented operational need.
Operational Test and Evaluation (OT&E)
Operational test and evaluation (OT&E) activities are typically conducted on large, complex systems such as aircraft and military acquirer activity systems. The theme of OT&E is: Did we acquire the RIGHT system or product to satisfy our operational need(s) OT&E consists of subjecting the test articles to actual eld environmental conditions with operators from the User s organization. An Independent Test Agency (ITA) designated by the Acquirer or User typically conducts this testing. To ensure independence and avoid con icts of interest, the contract precludes the System Developer from direct participation in OT&E; the System Developer may, however, provide maintenance support, if required. Since the OT&E is dependent on how well the system s Users perform with the new system or product, the ITA or System Developer train the User s personnel to safely operate the system. This may occur prior to system deployment following the SVT or on arrival at the OT&E site. During the OT&E, the ITA trains the User s personnel in how to conduct various operational use cases and scenarios under actual eld OPERATING ENVIRONMENT conditions. The use cases and scenarios are structured to evaluate system operational utility, suitability, availability, and effectiveness. ITA personnel instrument the SYSTEM to record and observe the human system interactions and responses. Results of the interactions are scored, summarized, and presented as recommendations. On successful completion of the DT&E and OT&E and the follow-on Authenticate System Baselines Process, the veri ed and validated system or product is delivered to the Acquirer or User for nal acceptance.
Organizational Centric Exercises
24.6 GUIDING PRINCIPLES
In summary, the preceding discussions provide the basis with which to establish the guiding principles that govern system development work ow strategy practices. Principle 24.1 A system development strategy must have three elements: 1. A strategy-based roadmap to get from Contract Award to system delivery and acceptance supported by incremental veri cation and validation. 2. A plan of action for implementing the strategy. 3. Documented objective evidence that you performed to the plan via work product quality records. Principle 24.2 System veri cation and validation applies to every stage of product development work ow beginning at Contract Award and continuing until system delivery and acceptance. Principle 24.3 Developmental test and evaluation (DT&E) is performed by the System Developer to mitigate Developmental Con guration risks; Users employ the operational test and evaluation (OT&E) to determine if they acquired the right system.