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New Revision of Space and Missile Systems (SMC) SE Standard Revision of Space and Missile Systems (SMC) SE Standard2013-07-11T13:27:00Z, Interest Areas/DAU_Cybersecurity Words_20170104.jpg<div class="ExternalClass140B2741417B4D1CBC44EC29931F1B55"><div>A new SMC "Systems Engineering Requirements and Products Standard SMC-S-001" has been released as of 1 July, 2013.  This revised SMC standard comprises the text of The Aerospace Corporation report number TR-0001 dated 28 February, 2013, entitled Systems Engineering Requirements and Product. (Several major changes were made by the USAF).</div> <div>This Standard has been approved for use on alll Space and Missile Systems Center/Air Force Program Executive Office - Space development, acquisition, and sustainment contracts. </div> <div>It also has been approved for Public Release: Distribution Unlimited</div> <div> </div></div>string;#/training/career-development/engineering/blog/New-Revision-of-Space-and-Missile-Systems-(SMC)-SE-Standard
DAG Chapter 4 Update May 8 ,2013 Chapter 4 Update May 8 ,20132013-05-09T18:32:00Z, Interest Areas/DAU_Cybersecurity Words_20170104.jpg<div class="ExternalClassA9007D2F180B4154919BCB9E6071BA2D"><div> <p style="margin:0in 0in 0pt;" class="MsoPlainText"><font size="3"><font face="Calibri">On May 8, 2013, the DoD released the major update to the Defense Acquisition Guidebook (DAG) Chapter 4, Systems Engineering.<span style="">  </span>The DAG Chapter 4 is the primary reference on the use of systems engineering throughout the system life cycle. </font></font></p> <p style="margin:0in 0in 0pt;" class="MsoPlainText"><font size="3" face="Calibri"> </font></p> <p style="margin:0in 0in 0pt;" class="MsoPlainText"><font size="3"><font face="Calibri">With this release, the chapter has been restructured to provide Program Managers and Systems Engineers with life cycle phase and systems engineering technical review expectations, including a knowledge-based, technical-maturity table for key events.<span style="">  </span>The chapter provides details on systems engineering technical and technical management processes and includes links to relevant policy, standards, and detailed guidance on key topics.<span style="">  </span>DASD(SE) developed Chapter 4 working closely with contributors from 24 different organizations across the Department.<span style="">  </span>The update reflects recent policy changes and Better Buying Power initiatives. It emphasizes the role of systems engineering in providing balanced solutions (managing the system's cost, schedule, performance, and risk) to deliver Warfighter capability needs.<span style="">  </span></font></font></p></div></div>string;#/training/career-development/engineering/blog/DAG-Chapter-4-Update-May-8-,2013
Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBOK)Ver 1.00 Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBOK)Ver 1.002012-09-19T20:25:00Z, Interest Areas/DAU_Cybersecurity Words_20170104.jpg<div class="ExternalClassE1670A9A9D604F3DA86642BDB41712A0"> <div> <p style="margin:0in 0in 0pt;" class="MsoPlainText"><font size="3" face="Consolas">The Guide to the Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK) Version 1.00 was released on September 14, 2012, at the website <</font><a href=""><font color="#800080" size="3" face="Consolas"></font></a><font size="3" face="Consolas">> </font><a href=""><font color="#800080" size="3" face="Consolas"></font></a><font size="3"><font face="Consolas">.<span>  </span>I was one of the authors, and wrote on System Realization, and also <span> </span> Electromagnetic Interference / Electromagnetic Compatibility.<span>  </span><span>    </span><span> </span></font></font></p><font face="Consolas"> <p style="margin:0in 0in 0pt;" class="MsoPlainText"><font size="3"><font face="Calibri">Targeted to a broad audience, including practicing systems engineers, researchers, process improvement leads, project managers, and faculty, the SEBoK is a major step forward for the rapidly maturing systems engineering discipline.<span>  </span>The SEBoK contains112 articles on key topics, defines 364 glossary terms, and identifies more than 200 primary references and hundreds of additional references. Published in a Wiki format for ease of updating and for community participation in its maintenance, regular updates are planned, incorporating feedback from users, advances in the field, and improvements in the more than 100 Wiki articles. </font></font></p> <p style="margin:0in 0in 0pt;" class="MsoPlainText"><font size="3" face="Calibri"></font> </p> <p style="margin:0in 0in 0pt;" class="MsoPlainText"><font size="3"><font face="Calibri">Seventy contributors from around the world authored the SEBoK, many whom are individual members of NDIA or work for organizations who are corporate members of NDIA.<span>  </span>Several hundred reviewers provided comments.<span>  </span>Each author and reviewer made an important contribution to the final product.</font></font></p> <p style="margin:0in 0in 0pt;" class="MsoPlainText"></font><font size="3"><font face="Consolas">.</font></font></p> <p style="margin:0in 0in 0pt;" class="MsoPlainText"> </p> <p style="margin:0in 0in 0pt;" class="MsoPlainText"><font size="3" face="Consolas">    </font><span style="font-family:'Calibri','sans-serif';font-size:11pt;"><span>  </span>INCOSE, the IEEE Computer Society, the IEEE Systems Council, the Association for Computing Machinery, the National Defense Industrial Association, and the Systems Engineering Research Center were partner organizations in the development of the SEBoK.<span>  </span>Primary funding was provided by the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Engineering, with significant contributions in kind coming from the home organizations of the authors.</span></p></div></div>string;#/training/career-development/engineering/blog/Systems-Engineering-Body-of-Knowledge-(SEBOK)Ver-100