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One of the challenges of elded systems is failure to keep the As-Maintained con guration baseline current. This commonly occurs when budgets are reduced or priorities are focused on other activities. Unfortunately, some organizations have a view that if an activity doesn t help the bottom line or accomplish a mission, it must not be worth investing resources. So, MISSION SYSTEM Users and System Developers ask: Do we invest money in the actual system to get more capability or in maintaining system baselines in lock step Generally, the capability argument wins. As a result, there may be a discrepancy between the physical MISSION SYSTEM and its baselines. Once a system is developed, delivered, and accepted, a key question is: WHO maintains the product baseline for elded systems Systems often go through a series of major upgrades over their useful service life. Each improvement or upgrade may be performed internally or externally by a new System Developer contract. The challenge for User and Acquirer to ultimately answer is: HOW do we assure the developer that the baseline con guration documentation identically matches the improved or upgraded, As-Maintained system As a User SE, you will be expected to answer this question and vouch for the integrity of the As-Maintained Product Baseline. Maintaining the currency of the Product Baseline is important not only for the existing elded systems but also for future production runs. Some systems are elded in low quantities as trial runs to assess consumer feedback in the marketplace. After the initial trials, production contracts may be released for large quantities. Some markets may saturate quickly or, if your organization is lucky, enjoy system production over several years. These production runs may involve a single production contractor or multiple contractors; the baseline integrity challenges, however, are the same.
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57.7 PLANNING FOR NEXT-GENERATION SYSTEMS
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Planning of next generation systems includes several focus areas: Focus Area 5: Perform and maintain a gap analysis. Focus Area 6: Bound and partition the problem and solution spaces. Focus Area 7: Formulate and develop new capability requirements.
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Focus Area 5: Perform and Maintain a Gap Analysis
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As MISSION SYSTEM and SUPPORT SYSTEM data are collected and analyzed, a repository of knowledge is established. So, what do you do with all this data Despite its title, this could be simply a single page for management with a brief rationale depicting the current gap and gap projections over time. The OPERATING ENVIRONMENT element of most systems is often highly competitive and may range from benign or adversarial. Depending on the overall organizational mission, competitors and adversaries will continually improve and upgrade their system capabilities. Regardless of your organization s operating domain, the marketplace, military environment, space environment, and medical environment are dynamic and continually change in response to MISSION SYSTEM changes. For some systems survival or convenience means changing, either by necessity due to component or obsolescence accordance cost of maintenance, in accord with marketplace trends and demands. Thus, operational capability and performance gaps emerge between your existing system and those of competitors and adversaries. This in turn forces investment to improve existing system performance or develop new systems, products, and services.
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Focus Area 6: Bound and Partition the Problem and Solution Spaces
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The gap analysis provides an assessment of current capabilities and performance relative to projected organizational needs as well as competitor and adversarial capability projections. Analysis of the gaps may reveal one or more potential problem spaces, each with its own degree of urgency for ful llment. Each problem space in turn must be partitioned into one or more solution spaces.
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Focus Area 7: Formulate and Develop New Capability Requirements
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Over time, the capability gap between the existing system and projected needs widens. At some point in time a determination will be made to initiate actions to improve or upgrade existing system performance or to develop a new system. Thus, the evolving problem and solution space boundaries the Requirements Domain will have to be captured in terms of required operational capabilities and costs. As an SE, you may be assigned responsibility to collect and quantify these requirements. Referral For more information regarding system capabilities, refer to 21 on System Operational Capability Derivation and Allocation.
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