Defense Acquisition University (DAU)

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Defense Acquisition University (DAU))
Configuration & Data Management
Learning Assets
Patrick M. Dallosta CPL
Performance Learning Director
Defense Acquisition University
19th Annual Conference
Association for Configuration and Data Management (ACDM)
Savannah, Georgia USA
March 3-6, 2014
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Agenda
► Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Mission
► DAWIA Certification/Logistics Competencies
► DoD Policy DoDI 5000.02
► DAU CM / DM Learning Assets
– LOG 204 Configuration Management (Classroom/Online)
– DoD Product Support Implementation Roadmap
– Program Manager’s e-Tool Kit
– CM/DM Communities of Practice (CoP)
– ACQuipedia / “Ask A Professor”
► Summary / Questions & Answers
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DAU Structure and Mission
10 USC Ch. 87 - Sec. 1746 Defense Acquisition University Structure.
Hon. Chuck Hagel
SECDEF
“The Secretary of Defense … shall establish and maintain a defense
acquisition university structure to provide for the professional educational
development and training of the acquisition workforce.”
Defense
Agencies
Hon. Christine Fox
Acting
DEPSECDEF
DAU Mission
Hon. Frank Kendall
USD(AT&L)
Hon. Katrina McFarland
USD(A)
Jim Woolsey
President, DAU
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“Provide a global learning
environment to develop
qualified acquisition,
requirements and
contingency professionals
who deliver and sustain
effective and affordable
warfighting capabilities.”
DAWIA Certification
Certification
The process through which the
Department of Defense Components
(Army, Navy, Air Force, DoD
Agencies) determine that an
individual meets the mandatory
standards (experience, education,
and training) established for a career
level in an acquisition career field.
Remember
Your Component certifies you Not DAU
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DAWIA Career Field Populations
CAREER FIELD
ARMY
Auditing
0
Business - Cost Estimating
262
Business - Financial Mgmt
2,107
Contracting
8,606
Engineering
9,668
Facilities Engineering
1,634
Industrial/Contract Property Mgmt
56
Information Technology
2,166
Life Cycle Logistics
8,104
Production, Quality and Manufacturing
1,608
Program Management
3,378
Purchasing
357
Test and Evaluation
2,080
Unknown
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Totals
40,037
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AIR
FORCE
4TH
TOTALS
ESTATE
0
0
534
432
1,923
1,801
5,716
8,381
20,003 11,027
5,299
5
60
20
2,098
1,146
5,538
2,859
2,468
326
5,939
5,438
501
97
3,114
3,001
21
1
53,214 34,534
4,368
4,368
84
1,312
632
6,463
7,568 30,271
2,139 42,837
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6,970
266
402
460
5,870
621
17,122
5,256
9,658
1,416
16,171
328
1,283
385
8,580
15
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23,570 151,355
NAVY
DAU Courses by Certification Level
105 Courses
DAWIA and Core Plus Courses
19
Level I
53
Level II
18
Level III
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Executive & Leadership Support
Functional Area ACQ AUD BCF CON COR EVM FE GRT IND IRM LOG PMT PQM RQM SAM STM SYS TST
# of Courses
14
4
16 18
1
3
2
1
1
6
3
10
11
5
4
2
2
5
3
Serving
thethe
DAWIA
Workforce
the Point
of Need
Serving
Workforce
at theatPoint
of Need
C/NE
Fort Belvoir, VA
FY13
36,600
Mid-Atlantic
California, MD
28,740
Midwest
Kettering, OH
21,428
South
Huntsville, AL
34,743
West
San Diego, CA
29,844
Region
Location
Total
151,355
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Life Cycle Logistics Competencies – Curriculum Crosswalk
Competency
/ Course
Logistics
Design
Influence
Integrated
Product
Support
(IPS)
Planning
Product
Support &
Sustainment
Configuration
Management
LOG 101
LOG 102
LOG 103
LOG 200
LOG 201
LOG 204
LOG 206
LOG 211
LOG 215 4Q14
LOG 235
LOG 340
LOG 350
LOG 365 4Q14
Principal course that addresses the competency
Course where the competency is a major learning point
New course/deployment date
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R&M
Analysis
Technical /
Product Data
Management
Supportability
Analysis
Life Cycle Logistics Certification Path FY14
Knowledge based
Level I Certification
ACQ 101
Fundamentals of Systems
Acquisition Management
SYS 101
Fundamentals of Systems
Planning, Research,
Development and
Engineering
LOG 101
Acquisition Logistics
Fundamentals
LOG 102
Fundamentals of System
Sustainment Management
LOG 103
Reliability, Availability and
Maintainability (RAM)
CLL 008
Designing for Supportability
in DoD Systems
Application/case based
Case/scenario based
Level III Certification
Level II Certification
ACQ 201 A
LOG 340
ACQ 201 B
Intermediate
Systems Acquisition, Part A
Life Cycle
Product Support (R)
Intermediate Systems
Acquisition, B (R)
LOG 200
LOG 201
Intermediate Acquisition
Logistics, Part A
LOG 350
Intermediate Acquisition
Logistics, Part B
LOG 206
Enterprise Life Cycle
Logistics Management (R)
LOG 235
Intermediate Systems
Sustainment
Management
Performance-Based
Logistics
CLL 001
• BCF 102 – Earned Value Mgt OR
• RQM 110 – Requirements Mgt OR
• CON 121/124/127 Contracting
Planning, Execution and Mgt OR
• LOG 204 – Configuration Mgt OR
• LOG 215 – Technical Data Mgt (FY15)
CLL 005
Developing a Life Cycle
Sustainment Plan (LCSP)
Choice of:
Life Cycle Mgt &
Sustainment Metrics
CLC 011
Contracting
for the Rest of Us
LOG 204 is a CORE Plus Level II
Certification Course for both ENG
and LCL.
CLL 012
Supportability Analysis
CLL 015
Product Support Business
Case Analysis (BCA)
CLL 020
Independent Logistics
Assessments
•
•
•
•
Choice of:
LOG 211 – Supportability Analysis OR
BCF 215 – O&S Cost Analysis OR
ACQ 265 – Services Acquisition OR
ACQ 315 – Business Acumen
CLL 011
Performance Based Life Cycle
Product Support (PBL)
1 Year Experience
2 Years Experience
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3 Years Experience
DoD Policy – Interim DoDI 5000.02 November 25, 2013
► Enclosure 3 Systems Engineering
–
Para 8. Configuration Management
“The Program Manager will use a configuration management approach
to establish and control product attributes and the technical baseline
across the total system life cycle.
This approach will identify, document, audit, and control the functional
and physical characteristics of the system design; track any changes;
provide an audit trail of program design decisions and design
modifications; be integrated with the SEP and technical planning; and
be consistent with the Intellectual Property Strategy.
At completion of the system level Critical Design Review, the Program
Manager will assume control of the initial product baseline, to the
extent that the competitive environment permits.”
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LOG 204 Configuration Management
► Distance Learning (Online) Course Credit
– 12 Lessons, 24 hours, 18 CLPs, 60 day completion
► Classroom Course (DAU Specialized Training) Credit
– 4 ½ days, 30 students, 36 CLPs
► “Browse Mode” Course Non-Credit
– 12 Lessons, 24 hours, 60 day completion (Online)
► Prerequisite(s)
– ACQ 101, Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management
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LOG 204 Configuration Management Course Description
► Cross-disciplinary course that addresses the
interrelationship of Configuration and Data
Management to Systems Engineering and Life Cycle
Logistics activities
► Identifies Configuration and Data Management
concepts and basic practices, to include:
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–
–
–
–
–
Configuration Identification
Status Accounting
Audits And Verification
Configuration Change Management
Performance Measures
Configuration Management Planning
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LOG 204 Configuration Management Course Objectives
► Incorporate CM/DM concepts, principles, processes
throughout the Life Cycle
► Apply CM/DM planning and performance measures to
processes
► Integrate latest initiatives, guidance and policies
within CM/DM practices and applications
– Data Management
– Performance-Based Logistics
– Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Materiel
Shortages (DMSMS)
http://icatalog.dau.mil/onlinecatalog/courses.aspx?crs_id=50
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LOG 204 Topics Lessons 1-6
Lesson
Title
Overview
1
Introduction to
Configuration Management
Describe the Configuration Management
process
2
Configuration Management
Across the Life Cycle
Describe how Configuration Management
(CM) concepts, principles and applications
are applied across the system life cycle
3
Configuration Identification
Apply the Configuration Identification
process
4
Data Management
Understand the relationship between
Configuration Management and Data
Management
5
Configuration Status Accounting
Apply the Configuration Status Accounting
process
6
Configuration Verification and
Configuration Audit
Apply Configuration Verification and
Configuration Audit processes
7
Configuration
Change Management
Apply the Configuration Change
Management process in the life cycle
management of a Configuration Item
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LOG 204 Topics Lessons 7-12
Lesson
Title
Overview
8
Configuration
Management
Performance Metrics
Select appropriate performance measures needed to
effectively manage a CM program
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Configuration
Management Plans
Construct a Configuration Management Plan outline
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Configuration
Management
Planning
Apply the principles of CM Planning and Management
required for an effective CM program
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Considerations for the
Configuration Manager
Identify impacts of Software Configuration
Management, Open Systems/Non-Developmental
Items (NDIs)/Commercial Items and Systems
Engineering Design Considerations on Configuration
Management
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Issues and initiatives that
impact Configuration
Management
Identify issues and initiatives that impact Configuration
Management
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LOG 204 Graduates
YEAR/
CATEGORY
FY10
FY11
FY12
FY13
1QFY14
TOTAL
Army
418
279
1,291
1,083
251
3,322
Air Force
568
457
817
532
162
2,536
Navy
441
255
559
625
163
2,043
Industry
357
196
217
364
144
1,278
Other DoD
206
213
315
183
52
969
Other
53
24
31
35
12
155
TOTAL
2,043
1,424
3,230
2,822
784
10,303
Students are: 84% civilian, 10% military, 6% Industry
Career Fields: BUS - 10%, CON -5%, LCL - 30%, PM - 8%, ENG - 30%
Experience: 46% < 5 years; 34% had 6-15 years, 25% > 15 years
Reason for Taking LOG 204: 87% take the course to satisfy DAWIA requirements.
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LOG 204 Student Feedback
Student Feedback
Percentage
Completed course within 60 days
Completed course within 30 days
Given time at work to take the course
Training content critical to job performance
Course objectives appropriate and met
through the courseware
Would recommend the course to others
87%
40%
92%
57%
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96%
91%
CM/DM Knowledge Sharing Resources
► Defense Acquisition Guidebook (DAG)
► DoD Product Support Implementation Roadmap
► DAU Program Manager’s e-Tool Kit
► DAU Glossary of Terms
► DoD Logistics Assessment Guidebook Product Support
Management CM Assessment Criteria
► DAU Communities of Practice (CoP) (CM/DM/IM)
► DAU ACQuipedia
► DAU “Ask A Professor”
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DAG 4.3.7 Configuration Management Process
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=638336&lang=en-US
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DAG 4.3.8 Technical Data Management Process
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=638337&lang=en-US
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DAG 4.3.9 Interface Management Process
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=638338&lang=en-US
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DoD Product Support Implementation Roadmap
https://dap.dau.mil/dodpsroadmap/pages/ListView.aspx
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Roadmap Configuration Management META-CARD
https://dap.dau.mil/dodpsroadmap/Pages/Default.aspx
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Configuration Management META-CARD URLs
Reference
URL Link
DAU Glossary
https://dap.dau.mil/glossary/pages/1612.aspx
DAU ACQuipedia
https://dap.dau.mil/acquipedia/Pages/Default.aspx
DAG 4.3.7
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=638336&lang=en-US
Configuration
Management Process
DAG 5.4.4.4.2
Configuration
Management
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=489759#5.4.4.4.2
DoD PSM Guidebook
5.6
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=454901
DoD Logistics
Assessment
Guidebook
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=462118
LCSP Outline 9.0
http://www.acq.osd.mil/se/docs/LCSP-Sample-Outline-10Aug2011.pdf
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DAU Program Manager’s e-Tool Kit
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=294565
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DAU Glossary of Terms
https://dap.dau.mil/glossary/pages/1612.aspx
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Logistics Assessment Guidebook CM Assessment Criteria
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=462118
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DAU Configuration Management Community of Practice
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=22414
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DAU Configuration Management Community of Practice
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=22414
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DAU Data Management Community of Practice
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=17619&lang=en-US
Community of Practice
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DAU Data Management CoP Body of Knowledge
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=23056&lang=en-US
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Data Management Body of Knowledge
https://acc.dau.mil/CommunityBrowser.aspx?id=23056&lang=en-US
Chapter 6: Enterprise Data Integration
Author: Bonnie Johnson, version 07 06 2007
Once an enterprise data strategy has been developed, the
various business function strategies need to be reviewed to
ensure compliance at the enterprise level. This integration
activity facilitates the ability to integrate the related data
that may be used by multiple business functions.
Historically, product data which is used by engineering,
manufacturing and the various support functions that share
the product data have limited integration based on need to
know. As the enterprise has moved from the manual
environment to an electronic environment, the business
functions have chosen electronic tools that meet the need
of the business function but are not necessarily in a format
to support or interface with other business function
systems. This outcome causes a redundancy that is
extremely costly to the enterprise and the business
functions on a variety of levels.
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DAU ACQuipedia
https://dap.dau.mil/acquipedia/Pages/Default.aspx
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DAU ACQuipedia Topic Search
https://dap.dau.mil/acquipedia/Pages/ArticleManage.aspx?aid=0cc01196-208c-4319-a0c4-0c8d2c313448
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ACQuipedia Configuration Management Article
https://dap.dau.mil/acquipedia/Pages/ArticleDetails.aspx?aid=0cc01196-208c-4319-a0c4-0c8d2c313448
1
2
3
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DAU “Ask A Professor” Home Page
https://dap.dau.mil/aap/pages/default.aspx
• Update url
4 Business Day Response Time
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DAU Ask A Professor Topic Search – “CM”
https://dap.dau.mil/aap/pages/search.aspx?q=Configuration Management
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Ask A Professor – Q&A Detail
https://dap.dau.mil/aap/pages/qdetails.aspx?cgiSubjectAreaID=7&cgiQuestionID=22015
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Summary
► DoD Policy and Workforce Competencies Drive DAU
Curriculum
► Both the Engineering and Life Cycle Logistics Career
Fields Certifications include Configuration
Management
► DAU CM / DM Learning Assets are diverse, available
and effective
► DAU provides Classroom, Online and specialized
training to meet Workforce training needs.
► How can DAU help you?
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Thank You for Inviting DAU to Participate at ACDM!
Q&A
19th Annual Conference
Association for Configuration and Data Management (ACDM)
Savannah, Georgia USA
March 3-6, 2014
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DAU iCatalog
http://icatalog.dau.mil/
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DAU Training Center
http://dau.mil/training/default.aspx
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Apply For A Course
http://dau.mil/training/Pages/apply.aspx
https://www.atrrs.army.mil/channels/nondod/help/dauclinstructions.asp
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