Systems and software engineering -- Life cycle management

This document establishes the requirements for systems engineering activities to be performed on projects of the United States (US) Department of Defense (DoD) and other defense agencies across the entire system life cycle, including the planning, acquisition, modification, and sustainment of defense systems. It provides the foundation for systems engineering within the context of ISO/IEC/IEEE 152881 and the acquisition environment of DoD and other defense agencies at all levels of system hierarchy. This document provides detailed requirements for the application of the life cycle processes, activities, and tasks of ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 for use on any defense system and includes the effective integration of agreement processes, technical processes, technical management processes, and essential specialty engineering requirements.

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INTERNATIONAL ISO/IEC/
STANDARD IEEE
24748-7
First edition
2019-02
Systems and software engineering —
Life cycle management —
Part 7:
Application of systems engineering on
defense programs
Ingénierie des systèmes et du logiciel — Gestion du cycle de vie —
Partie 7: Application de l'ingénierie des systèmes aux programmes
de défense
Reference number
ISO/IEC/IEEE 24748-7:2019(E)
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IEEE Std 15288.1™-2014
IEEE Standard for Application of
Systems Engineering on Defense
Programs
Sponsor
Software & Systems Engineering Standards Committee
of the
IEEE Computer Society
Approved 10 December 2014
IEEE-SA Standards Board
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Abstract: The requirements for the application of ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288, System Life Cycle

Processes for defense systems engineering needs are provided in this standard. This standard

implements ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 for use by United States Department of Defense (DoD)

organizations and other defense agencies in acquiring systems or systems engineering

support. While primarily supporting the acquirer-supplier agreement mode, this standard also can

be used to support the other modes: use by organizations, projects, and process assessors. This

standard provides the basis for selection, negotiation, agreement, and performance of

necessary systems engineering activities and delivery of products, while allowing flexibility for

both innovative implementation and tailoring of the specific systems engineering process(es) to

be used by system suppliers, either contractors or government system developers,

integrators, maintainers, or sustainers.

Keywords: 15288, acquisition, agreement processes, allocated baseline, attributes, defense

program, Department of Defense, functional baseline, IEEE 15288.1™, information management,

life cycle processes, organizational project-enabling processes, outputs, process activities,

process outcomes, process tasks, product baseline, project assessment, system life cycle,

systems engineering, technical management processes, technical processes
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Participants

At the time this IEEE standard was completed, the DoD Systems Engineering Standardization Working

Group had the following membership:
Garry Roedler, Chair
David Davis, Vice Chair
William Bearden Geoff Draper Revis Napier
Dave Berwald John Evers Larry Pennell
Tom Channell Ronald Fradenburg Chris Ptachik
Daniel Christensen Theresa Hunt Bob Scheurer
Stephen Christensen Cheryl Jones John Schnackenberg
Penelope Cloft Steve Jones Brian Shaw
Luke Daniels Ed Matheson Zachary Taylor
Mike Davis Gan Wang

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William Bearden Hannibal Iyob John Schnackenberg
Bill Brown Cheryl Jones Brian Shaw
Susan Burgess Piotr Karocki Carl Singer
William Byrd Yuri Khersonsky John Snoderly
Tom Channell Dewitt Latimer Eugene Stoudenmire
Daniel Christensen Edward McCall Walter Struppler
Stephen Christensen James Moore Marcy Stutzman
Luke Daniels Edward Moshinsky Michael Swearingen
David Davis Revis Napier Zachary Taylor
Robert Epps Larry Pennell David Walden
Alan Fitzmorris Chris Ptachik Gan Wang
Ronald Fradenburg
Annette Reilly Nancy Weaver
Randall Groves William Riski Clifford Whitcomb
Denise Haskins Garry Roedler Michael Yokell
Mark Henley Bartien Sayogo Matthew Young
Theresa Hunt Bob Scheurer Kenneth Zemrowski
Noriyuki Ikeuchi Daidi Zhong
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When the IEEE-SA Standards Board approved this standard on 10 December 2014, it had the following

membership:
John Kulick, Chair
Jon Walter Rosdahl, Vice Chair
Richard H. Hulett, Past Chair
Konstantinos Karachalios, Secretary
Peter Balma Michael Janezic Ron Peterson
Farooq Bari Jeffrey Katz Adrian Stephens
Ted Burse Joseph L. Koepfinger* Peter Sutherland
Clint Chaplain David J. Law Yatin Trivedi
Stephen Dukes Hung Ling Phil Winston
Jean-Phillippe Faure Oleg Logvinov Don Wright
Gary Hoffman
T. W. Olsen Yu Yuan
Glenn Parsons
*Member Emeritus
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Michael Janezic, NIST Representative
Catherine Berger
IEEE-SA Content Production and Management
Malia Zaman
IEEE-SA Technical Program Operations
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Introduction

This introduction is not part of IEEE Std 15288.1-2014, IEEE Standard for Application of Systems Engineering on

Defense Programs.
ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288
For effective and efficient application of on defense programs, additional

requirements are needed. ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 is written in a general manner to address all

application

types of systems and different modes of application. Thus, it does not have requirements specific to the

effective implementation of an acquirer-supplier agreement, such
use by defense projects that facilitate
as use in defense contracts.
This standard implements for application on defense programs, providing the
ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288

defense-specific language and terminology to help ensure the correct application of acquirer-supplier

requirements for a defense program. This standard includes the expected/required outputs and

associated attributes
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Contents

1. Overview .................................................................................................................................................... 1

1.1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................... 1

1.2 Purpose ................................................................................................................................................ 1

1.3 Conformance ....................................................................................................................................... 2

2. Normative references .................................................................................................................................. 2

3. Definitions, acronyms, and abbreviations .................................................................................................. 3

3.1 Definitions ........................................................................................................................................... 3

3.2 Acronyms and abbreviations ............................................................................................................... 4

4. This clause is a placeholder to align clauses with ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 ................................................... 5

5. Key concepts and application of this international standard ...................................................................... 5

5.1 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................... 5

5.2 System concepts .................................................................................................................................. 5

5.3 Organization and project concepts ....................................................................................................... 5

5.4 Life cycle concepts .............................................................................................................................. 6

5.5 Process concepts .................................................................................................................................. 6

5.6 Processes in this standard .................................................................................................................... 6

5.7 Process application .............................................................................................................................. 7

5.8 Process reference model ...................................................................................................................... 8

6. System life cycle processes ........................................................................................................................ 8

6.1 Agreement processes ........................................................................................................................... 8

6.2 Organizational Project-Enabling processes ........................................................................................10

6.3 Technical Management processes ......................................................................................................14

6.4 Technical processes ............................................................................................................................24

Annex A (normative) Tailoring process ........................................................................................................44

Annex B (informative) Example process information items .........................................................................45

Annex C (informative) Process reference model for assessment purposes ...................................................46

Annex D (informative) Process integration and process constructs ..............................................................47

Annex E (informative) Process views ...........................................................................................................48

Annex F (informative) Architecture modeling ..............................................................................................49

Annex G (informative) Application of system life cycle process to a system of systems .............................50

Annex H (informative) Bibliography ............................................................................................................51

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Systems Engineering on Defense
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1. Overview
1.1 Scope

This standard establishes the requirements for systems engineering activities to be performed on projects of

the United States (US) Department of Defense (DoD) and other defense agencies across the entire system

life cycle, including the planning, acquisition, modification, and sustainment of defense systems. It

provides the foundation for systems engineering within the context of ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 and the

acquisition environment of DoD and other defense agencies at all levels of system hierarchy. This standard

provides detailed requirements for the application of the life cycle processes, activities, and tasks of

ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 for use on any defense system and includes the effective integration of agreement

processes, technical processes, technical management processes, and essential specialty engineering

requirements.
1.2 Purpose

This standard provides requirements for the application of ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 for defense systems

engineering needs. This standard implements ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 for use by DoD organizations and other

defense agencies in acquiring systems or systems engineering support. While primarily supporting the

Information on normative references can be found in Clause 2.
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IEEE Std 15288.1-2014
IEEE Standard for Application of Systems Engineering on Defense Programs

acquirer-supplier agreement mode, this standard also can be used to support the other modes: use by

organizations, projects, and process assessors. This standard provides the basis for selection, negotiation,

agreement, and performance of necessary systems engineering activities and delivery of products, while

allowing flexibility for both innovative implementation and tailoring of the specific systems engineering

process(es) to be used by system suppliers, either contractors or government system developers, integrators,

maintainers, or sustainers.
1.3 Conformance
1.3.1 Intended usage
ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015 2.1 “Intended usage” shall apply.
1.3.2 Full conformance
1.3.2.1 Full conformance to outcomes
ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015 2.2.1 “Full conformance to outcomes” sh
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