The PM shall be accountable for credible cost, schedule, and performance reporting to the Milestone Decision Authority. The CAEs are responsible for all acquisition functions within their components. The enclosure also includes a range of applicable statutory and regulatory program management policies and responsibilities 2. The responsibility and authority for program management, to include program planning and execution, is vested in these individuals. Staff and other organizations provide support to this chain of command. CAE Secretaries of the military departments or heads of agencies with the power of redelegation.
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AiDA provides the acquisition community with a digitized and interactive version of DODI to facilitate easier and faster navigation of this policy. Some of the hyperlinked pages provide a more detailed explanation of key acquisition concepts e. Assigns, reinforces, and prescribes procedures for acquisition responsibilities related to cybersecurity in the Defense Acquisition System. Incorporates and cancels Directive-type Memorandum Reference cl.
POLICY The overarching management principles and mandatory policies that govern the Defense Acquisition SystemThe Defense Acquisition System is an event-based process where acquisition programs proceed through a series of milestone reviews and other decision points that may authorize entry into a significant new program phase.
Details of the reviews, decision points, and program phases are found in Enclosure 2 of DoD Instruction This instruction provides the detailed procedures that guide the operation of the system. The CAEs are responsible for all acquisition functions within their components.
The MDA will establish procedures for assigned programs using this instruction as guidance. MDA should tailor regulatory procedures in the document consistent with sound business practice and the risks associated with the product being acquired.
Heads of the DoD Components. Component-required procedures will not exceed those specified in this instruction. When necessary, waivers or requests for exceptions to the provisions of this instruction will be submitted to the DAE The individual responsible for supervising the Defense Acquisition System. Statutory requirements cannot be waived unless the statute permits. Secretaries of the Military Departments. In addition to the responsibilities described in paragraph 4. The Secretary concerned, in coordination with the Chief of the Military Service fielding the system, will balance resources against priorities and ensure appropriate trade-offs are made among cost, schedule, technical feasibility, and performance throughout the life of the program.
Chiefs of the Military Services. The Chiefs of the Military Services fielding MDAPs will represent the customer and, with the Secretary of the Military Department acquiring the MDAP, balance resources against priorities and ensure that appropriate trade-offs are made among cost, schedule, technical feasibility, and performance throughout the life of the program.
DoDI 5000.02: Operation of the Defense Acquisition System
Therefore, no redline text appears in this version of DoDI This instruction: 1. Authorizes Milestone Decision Authorities MDAs to tailor the regulatory requirements and acquisition procedures in this instruction to more efficiently achieve program objectives, consistent with statutory requirements and Reference a. Assigns, reinforces, and prescribes procedures for acquisition responsibilities related to cybersecurity in the Defense Acquisition System.
DODI 5000.02 Enclosure 2: Program Management
DODI 5000.02 Operation of the Defense Acquisition System