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1. Contact two or three contract development programs within your organization. (a) Interview key personnel to discuss the type(s) of development strategies that were employed and the rationale for each. (b) Document and report your results.
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REFERENCES
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Boehm, Barry W. 1998. A Spiral Model of Software Development and Enhancement. IEEE Computer Society Press. Defense Systems Management College (DSMC). 2001. Glossary: Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms, 10th ed. Defense Acquisition University Press. Ft. Belvoir, VA. IEEE Std 610.12-1990. 1990. IEEE Standard Glossary of Modeling and Simulation Terminology. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). New York, NY. MIL-STD-498 (cancelled). 1994. Military Standard: Software Development and Documentation. Washington, DC: Department of Defense (DoD).
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ADDITIONAL READING
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Boehm, Barry W. 1982. Software Engineering Economics. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
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28.1 INTRODUCTION
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The formal mechanism for specifying WHAT capabilities a system is required to provide and HOW WELL the capabilities are to be performed is the System Performance Speci cation (SPS). The SPS establishes the formal technical requirements of the contract between the Acquirer, as the User s contract and technical representative, and the System Developer. Many people erroneously believe speci cations are documents used on the front end of a program to design the system; this is only partially true. Speci cations serve as the basis for decision making throughout the System Development Phase. They: 1. Represent human attempts to translate, bound, and communicate the User s prescribed solution space into a language of text and graphics for capability (i.e., functional and performance) requirements to produce a physical system, product, or service that satis es the intended operational need. 2. Serve as a frame of reference for decision making by establishing the thresholds for evaluating and verifying technical compliance as a precursor for nal system acceptance and delivery. Speci cation development requires support from a multi-level system analysis process. The analysis decomposes bounded solution space capabilities into manageable, lower level speci cations for the SUBSYSTEMS, PRODUCTS, and ASSEMBLIES that ultimately form the totality of the system. This section introduces speci cation practices that establish the multi-level, integrated framework of speci cations required to develop a system, product(s), or services. Our discussions introduce the various types of speci cations, what they contain, and how they relate to one another. The discussion includes a general speci cation outline that can be used as reference model.
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1. What is a speci cation 2. What makes a good speci cation 3. Describe the evolution of speci cations from initial system concept to System Performance Speci cation (SPS). 4. What are the basic types of speci cations 5. How does each type of speci cation apply to system development 6. What is a speci cation tree
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7. How is the speci cation tree structured 8. What is the standard format for most speci cations
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Detail speci cation A speci cation that speci es design requirements, such as materials to be used, how a requirement is to be achieved, or how an item is to be fabricated or constructed. A speci cation that contains both performance and detail requirements is still considered a detail speci cation. (Source: MIL-STD-961D, para. 3.9, p. 5) Development Speci cation A document applicable to an item below the system level which states speci cation performance, interface, and other technical requirements in suf cient detail to permit design, engineering for service use, and evaluation. (Source: Kossiakoff and Sweet, System Engineering, p. 447) Deviation A written authorization, granted prior to the manufacture of an item, to depart from a particular performance or design requirement of a speci cation, drawing or other document for a speci c number of units or a speci ed period of time. (Source: DSMC, Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms, Appendix B Glossary of Terms) Interface Speci cation A speci cation, derived from the interface requirements, that details the required mechanical properties and/or logical connection between system elements, including the exact format and structure of the data and/or electrical signal communicated across the interface. (Source: Kossiakoff and Sweet, System Engineering, p. 449) Performance Speci cation A speci cation that states requirements in terms of the required results with criteria for verifying compliance, but without stating the methods for achieving the required results. A performance speci cation de nes the functional requirements for the item, the environment in which it must operate, and interface and interchangeability characteristics. (Source: MIL-STD-961D, para. 3.29, p. 7) Source or Originating Requirements The set of requirements that serve as the publicly released requirements used as the basis to acquire a system, product, or service. In general, a formal Request for Proposal (RFP) solicitation s Statement of Objectives (SOO) or System Requirements Document (SRD) are viewed as source or originating requirements. Speci cation A document that describes the essential requirements for items, materials, processes, or services of a prescribed solution space, data required to implement the requirements, and methods of veri cation to satisfy speci c criteria for formal acceptance. Speci cation Tree The hierarchical depiction of all the speci cations needed to control the development, manufacture, and integration of items in the transition from customer needs to the complete set of system solutions that satisfy those needs. (Source: Former MIL-STD499B Draft (cancelled), Appendix A, Glossary, p. 39) Tailoring The process by which individual requirements (sections, paragraphs, or sentences) of the selected speci cations, standards, and related documents are evaluated to determine the extent to which they are most suitable for a speci c system and equipment acquisition and the modi cation of these requirements to ensure that each achieves an optimal balance between operational needs and cost. (Source: MIL-STD-961D, para. 3.40, p. 8) Waiver A written authorization to accept a con guration item (CI) or other designated item, which, during production, or after having been submitted for inspection, is found to depart from speci ed requirements, but nevertheless is considered suitable as is or after rework by an approved method. (Source: DSMC, Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms, Appendix B, Glossary of Terms)
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