In-Service Support of Surface Navy Combat Systems: Safety, Effectiveness, and Affordability Reviews: The Systems Engineering Process at NSWC PHD

Report Number: NPS-AM-11-C8P12R03-050

Series: Acquisition Management

Category: Defense Industrial Base (DIB)

Report Series: Proceedings Paper

Authors: Stephen Meade, Kris Hatakeyama, Juan Camacho, Karen Brower, and Dave Scheid

Title: In-Service Support of Surface Navy Combat Systems: Safety, Effectiveness, and Affordability Reviews: The Systems Engineering Process at NSWC PHD

Published: 2011-04-01

Sponsored By: Acquisition Research Program

Status: Published--Unlimited Distribution

Research Type: Other Research Faculty

Full Text URL: http://acquisitionresearch.net/files/FY2011/NPS-AM-11-C8P12R03-050.pdf

Keywords: In-Service Engineering Agents, ISEAs, Warfighting Systems, System Capabilities, Industrial Base

Abstract:

Many DoD Field Activities have been designated as In-Service Engineering Agents (ISEAs) for individual warfighting systems. As ISEA, it is crucial to periodically assess system capabilities and limitations individually, as a class, and as a strike force, as well as the technical community