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Modeling to Support DoD Acquisition Lifecycle Events (Version 1.4)

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posted on 2022-04-27, 15:18 authored by Julie CohenJulie Cohen, Thomas MerendinoThomas Merendino, Robert WojcikRobert Wojcik

The intent of this document is to provide suggestions for producing requirement, system, and software models that will be used to support various DoD system acquisition lifecycle events including System Requirements Reviews (SRR), System Functional Reviews (SFR), Software Specification Reviews  (SSR), Preliminary Design Reviews (PDR), and Critical Design Reviews (CDR). The models will be used to provide information about the systems and/or software being reviewed at each event that is needed to satisfy the stated purposes of those events. At present, the document only covers modeling suggestions for SRRs and SFRs. Future work will focus on providing modeling suggestions for SSR, PDR, and CDR.  


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