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I have been tasked with compiling a Product Support Business Case Analysis for 2 newly awarded projects (CONUS and USAFE FSS) and I am at a loss of what information I need to complete the PSBCA profile as seen in the "DoD PSBCA Guidebook (Rel. 2011)"
Goal is to determine whether this should be a single contract award to one RFP rather than 2.
I've never done this before, despite my project management background
So I'm starting with this outline:
The DoD Product Support BCA outline represents the standardized DoD Product Support BCA report. The outline of the DoD Product Support BCA is as follows:
I'm trying to match up information but haven't many clues what to do. Any direction would be most appreciated; also please translate any standard program abbreviations!
Thank you all in advance
Hello all. I have been tasked to calculate the MTBF of a system in an AEROSTATIC environment. Can MIL-HDBK-217 be used for this calculation? I am not finding AEROSTATIC environment as a choice for MIL-HBKD-217. What is the closest environment that could be used in liew of AEROSTASTIC using the Handbook? IF MIL-HDBK-217 cannot be used, what other software or procedure can be used to caculate MTBF in this type of environment? Thank you.
Can MTBCF (Mean Time Betwen Critical Failure) be greater than MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure) assuming same system, temperature and environment?
I'm new to the acquisition community and preparing for my first ILA. There's an item in the ILA Handbook, "Preferred Parts Selection List/Approved Parts Lists". Is it part of the SEP, PPP, DMSMS? I was given an instruction, DoDI 8100.04, but that document wasn't very helpful. Where might I be able to find information on this requirement?
As the National Lead for Supportability T&E at the Naval Air Systems Command, I had the pleasure of being a guest at a DAU "Lunch and Learn" in June 2017. As a result of that event, personnel from the Naval Sea Systems Command contacted me requesting participation in an upcoming class I will be hosting in Mar 2018. But I didn't hear of any interest from the Air Force or Army.
Can you point me in the right direction to who conducts the equivalency of Supportability Testing/Analysis for Air Force or Army product lines? It seems to me all of the services could benefit if we were to use our collective skills and resources in teaching/conducting a much needed service.
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