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evmguide.doc2.7Earned Value Management Implementation Guide -1996
Handbooks, Guides & Reports
This guide provides the uniform procedures which have been approved by the Commander, Defense Contract Management Command (DCMC) under assigned authority as the Department of Defense's Executive Agent for Earned Value Management Systems. This document has been coordinated by SAF/AQ, SAF/FM, ASA(RDA), ASN(RD&A), BMDO/PO, NSA/CSS, and DCAA. This document provides guidance to be used during the implementation and surveillance of Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS) established in compliance with DoD Criteria. Users of this guide are encouraged to submit recommendations for refined procedures, through appropriate channels, to DCMC for consideration
spiiattach08213jun2007.pdf2.8Guidance for the ASN (RD&A) Software Process Improvement Initiative (SPII) Policy (June 2007)
Handbooks, Guides & Reports
This guidance provides detail regarding tailorable and non-tailorable language as well as assistance in understanding the software engineering processes behind the directed contracting language.
pbsaguide010201.pdf2.8Guidebook for Performance Based Services Acquisition (PBSA) in DOD
Handbooks, Guides & Reports
This guidebook covers policy, market research, developing a work statement and performance measures, incentives, contractor management, and more.
navycparsmanualfeb2004.pdf2.8DoN Contractor Performance Reporting System Guide (February 2004)
Handbooks, Guides & Reports
This document sets policy, assigns responsibilities, and provides procedures for systematically assessing contractor performance. Collecting past performance information applicable to these contract efforts is referred to as the Contractor Performance Assessment Reporting System (CPARS). The form for assessing (i.e., documenting) Contractor past performance is referred to as a Contractor Performance Assessment Report (CPAR). All CPAR information must be marked "For Official Use Only/Source Selection Information" in accordance with FAR 3.104 and the DoD Guide to Collection and Use of Past Performance Information.
ippdhdbk.pdf2.8DOD Integrated Product & Process Development Handbook
Handbooks, Guides & Reports
guide101899.doc2.8Environment, Safety, and Health (ESH) Integration Guide for Program Managers
Handbooks, Guides & Reports
forewordpbsa.pdf2.8Foreword to the Performance-Based Services Acquisition Guidebook
Handbooks, Guides & Reports
Defines the goals of the PBSA Guidebook
erp.pdf2.8ERP - 4 Program Overview Reference Guide
Handbooks, Guides & Reports
Overview of the status of the Navy's four ERP implementation pilot programs.
dodfy2007reportforweb.pdf2.8DoD's FY 2007 Competition Report
Handbooks, Guides & Reports
cosasep01.pdf2.8Expanding Use of CLS for Military Weapons Systems
Handbooks, Guides & Reports
This report represents the findings for Phase I of the NAVICP Best Value Opportunity Screening Process (BVOSP). Phase I consists of using the Commercial Support Screening Tool (CSST) to screen specific systems/sub-systems for the potential to provide alternative logistic support through commercial sources. Essentially, this tool provides a method to analyze whether or not pursuit of commercial logistic support (CLS) makes sense. Based on the results of the Best Value Opportunity Index (BVOI), the use of organic logistics support is recommended for both the AN/AQS-14A (V1) and the MK-105 Mod 2/4 System Families.
blueprin.pdf2.8Final Blueprint for Paperless Acquisition
Handbooks, Guides & Reports
53 page document describing final blueprint for Paperless Acquisition.
aaes.doc2.8DoN Strategy: Collaborative Achievement of Advanced Acquisition Environments
Handbooks, Guides & Reports
This paper describes the methodology being pursued by Department of Defense Acquisition Council and The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP) to achieve advanced acquisition environments. Shared concepts have been identified by review of acquisition initiatives/strategies such as Simulation Based Acquisition (SBA); system of systems (SoS) development and testing; mission area management; and Integrated Digital Environments. From this concept set, a complete work breakdown structure (WBS) is being defined to support the realization of the required enablers. These enablers will allow programs to incrementally implement such acquisition environments. With the enabler WBS as a framework, various organizations - spanning government, industry, academia and commercial standards bodies, both national and international - can then collaborate to develop and share the enablers. A baseline WBS version is presented, some representative examples of in-hand and in-work enablers are identified, and the way ahead is described.