NCP Submissions and Program Milestones throughout the AMS life-cycle

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Mission

Analysis

Investment

Analysis

Solution

Implementation

In
-
Service

Management

Establish NAS Functional Baseline

Initial Investment Decision (IID)

Screening Information Request (SIR) Release

Final Investment Decision (FID)

NCP Submissions and Program Milestones throughout the AMS life
-
cycle

Operational Capability Demonstration (OCD)

View 1: Use chart as a scheduling tool for CM milestones throughout project life
-
cycle

System Contract Specification approved

CM Requirements

NAS
-
Level

Requirements and Final Requirements Document

First Site Commissioning

Last Site Commissioning

As
-
Built

Facility Baseline

10

Preliminary Requirements Document (pRD) approved

Prototypes & Demonstration

1

NOTE
: Submit Case File/NCP 90 days
prior to need, when applicable

Typical

Case File/NCP Submissions

REQUIRED

Case File/NCP Submissions

F=
Full Development

C=
Commercial Off
-
the
-
Shelf

N=
Non
-
Development Item

In
-
Service Review (ISR) Checklist process begins

2

Contract Award

Configuration Verification and Audits

Establish Product Baseline

In
-
Service Decision (ISD)

Joint Acceptance Inspection (JAI)

Operational Readiness Demonstration (ORD)

Space

Power

Systems Requirements Review (SRR)

System Design Review (SDR)

System Specification Review (SSR)

Development Test (DT)

Operational Test (OT)

Establish Functional Baseline

Identify Configuration Items

Preliminary Design Review (PDR)

Test Readiness Review (TRR)

Critical Design Review (CDR)

Production Readiness Review (PRR)

System
-
Level

Specification and Interface Requirements Document

8

5

4

3

Allocated Baseline

6

7

Operational Baseline

NAS Mods

9

F,C,N

C,N

F,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,N

F,N

F,C,N

F,N

F,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

Final In
-
Service Review (ISR) Report delivered

End
-
State

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NCP Submissions and Program Milestones throughout the AMS life
-
cycle

Mission

Analysis

Investment

Analysis

Solution Implementation

In
-
Service

Management

Initial

Final

Preliminary Design

Detail Design

Verification

View 2: Use chart as a planning tool for CM milestones throughout program life
-
cycle

Documentation


& CM Activities

NAS
-
Level
Rqmts & fRD

approved

ABL

System
-
Level

Spec
& IRD

Space

End
-
State

Power

As
-
Built

NAS Mods

CM

Rqmts

Identify

CIs

4

5

1

Testing

DT

Prototypes &
Demonstration

OT

7

6

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

Technical

Reviews

SRR

SDR

PDR

SSR

CDR

TRR

PRR

F,C,N

F,N

F,N

F,N

F,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

Key

Decisions

pRD approved

IID

System
Contract Spec
approved

FID

ISD

JAI

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,N

F,C,N

ISR Checklist
process begins

F,C,N

F,C,N

SIR

Key Program

Milestones

CA

ORD

First Site

Commissioning

Last Site

Commissioning

OCD

F,C,N

C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

Key CM
Milestones

Config
Verification
& Audits

PBL

NAS
FBL

Operational

Baseline

FBL

Facility

Baseline

2

8

3

10

9

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

F,C,N

Typical

NCPs submissions

Required

NCPs submissions

Full Development

Commercial
-
Off
-
the
-
Shelf

Non
-
Development Item

NOTE: Submit case file 90 days prior to need


F=

C=

N=

Final ISR

Report delivered

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NCP Submission and Milestone Descriptions

NOTE: The applicability of the milestones and CM activities for a program, service or investment is shown in the milestone ch
art
, which are categorized by
F = Full Development, C= Commercial
-
Off
-
the
-
Shelf, and N= Non
-
Development Item.


Prelimiinary Program Requirements Document (pRD) approved
:


Preliminary program requirements are developed during concept and requirements
definition phase and recorded in the pRD.

1
-

Prototypes & Demonstration
:


P
rototypes and demonstrations
may

be used prior to producing a production systems. Submit a test case file/NCP for
prototype systems operating in the NAS or interfacing with NAS systems. Follow Test NCP guidelines and refer to FAA Order 18
00.
66, CM Policy and National
Procedures.

Initial Investment Decision (IID)
:
The investment decision authority (IDA) selects a solution for implementation at the IID and authorizes entry into final
investment analysis for detailed planning development of the acquisition program baseline.

System Contract Specification approved
:
The specification is approved before issuing the final screening information request.

Screening Information Request (SIR) released
:
SIRs are developed and released during final investment analysis.

Operational Capability Demonstration (OCD)
:
Before a production contract award or decision to procure Commercial Off
-
the
-
Shelf (COTS) or Non
-
Developmental Item (NDI), the investment analysis team may choose to evaluate a vendor’s COTS hardware/software or an entire
NDI

subsystem to ensure it
can meet specified functional performance requirements.

Final Investment Decision (FID)
:
The IDA
approves and baselines an investment program at
FID

and the In
-
Service Review (ISR) checklist process begins.

2
-

Establish
NAS Functional Baseline (FBL
)
:
Submit
case file/NCP to establish the NAS FBL in accordance with FAA Order 1800.66, CM Policy and National
Procedures. NCP attachments should also include Final Requirements Document (fRD) and
NAS
-
Level

Requirements.

Contract Award CA)
:
This event occurs when the contract is signed by the Contracting Officer (CO). For a new investment program, contract award
occ
urs
early in solution implementation after FID.

Systems Requirement Review (SRR)
:
The
SRR occurs when the service team
and
the contractor design
team meet
to clarify functional, performance, test,
and interface requirements, as contained in the contract and specification. This includes
translating
the performance requirements of a FRD into
specifications for a preferred solution configuration
.

System Design Review (SDR)
:


This review is conducted when the design
definition effort has proceeded to the point where
system characteristics are
defined and configuration items are identified. The focus of SDR is to evaluate the optimization, traceability, correlation,

co
mpleteness, and risk of the
system
-
level design to fulfill system functional baseline requirements.

3
-

Establish Functional Baseline (FBL)
:
Submit case file/NCP with attachments; a
System
-
level

Specification and/or Interface Requirements Document(s).

System Specification Review (SSR)
:
The
SRR is a formal review of configuration item requirements as specified in the hardware and software requirements
specification. The purpose is to establish the allocated baseline for preliminary design
.

Preliminary Design Review (PDR)
:
The PDR is conducted to determine conformity of functional characteristics of the design to baseline requirements.
The
PDR represents the approval to begin detail
design.

Critical Design Review (CDR)
:
CDR
is the service team’s evaluation of contractor product design. It is conducted for each HWCI and CSCI when all
engineering drawings are complete
.

Test Readiness
Review (TRR)
:
The
TRR is a multi
-
disciplined technical review to ensure the subsystem or system under review is ready to proceed into
system
-
level developmental test. The TRR determines the completeness of test procedures and their compliance with test plans an
d descriptions
.

4
-

Space
:
Submit

NCP
for
Space
requirements (End
-
State) and refer to FAA
Standard
-
058, Standard Practice, Facility Configuration Management; for ATC
facilities CAEG website for CM drawings listing for ATCT, TRACON and ARSR and for En Route Facilities refer to FAA Order 6470
.33

Control of Power, Space
and Environmental Interfaces at En Route Facilities.




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NCP Submission and Milestone Descriptions

5
-

Power
:
Submit

NCP for Power requirements and refer to FAA Order 6030.20, Electrical Power Policy and FAA Order 6950.2, Electrical Power Pol
icy

Implementation at NAS Facilities; FAA Specification, FAA
-
G
-
2100, Electronic Equipment, General Requirements.

6
-

Development Test (DT)
:
The
primary objective of DT is to demonstrate that all specified technical and performance requirements for a system or service
have been met, verify that the system or service is fully integrated and stable, and that it has no adverse effect on the res
t o
f the NAS. It may include one or
more demonstrations to ensure that the system meets user and operational requirements (to include Factory Acceptance Test and

Si
te Acceptance Test
).
DT is to validate interfaces between systems.
These test activities can be conducted at the contractor’s facilities, the FAA William J. Hughes Technical
Center (WJHTC), and/or FAA field sites. Follow Test NCP guidelines and refer to FAA Order 1800.66, CM Policy and National Pr
oce
dures
.

7
-

Operational Test (OT)
:
The
primary objective of OT is to validate that a new or modified system is operationally effective and suitable for use in the N
AS
and the NAS infrastructure is ready to accept the system. OT is conducted at the FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center (WJHT
C)
and/or FAA field sites.
Follow Test NCP guidelines and refer to FAA Order 1800.66, CM Policy and National Procedures.

Configuration Verification
& Audits
:
Product
configuration verification accomplished by inspecting documents, products, and records; and reviewing
procedures, processes, and systems of operation to verify that the product has achieved its required attributes (performance
req
uirements and functional
constraints), and the product’s design is accurately documented. Sometimes divided into separate functional and physical conf
igu
ration audits. The
Functional Configuration Audit (FCA) provides a systematic comparison of requirements with the results of tests, analyses, de
mon
strations or inspections
and the Physical Configuration Audit (PCA) determines whether the product is consistent with its design.

Production Readiness Review (PRR
)
:


The
PRR determines if production engineering problems have been resolved, adequate planning accomplished, and
the design is ready for production. The review evaluates the complete production
-
configured system to determine if it correctly
and completely implements
all system requirements. It determines whether system requirements are traceable to the final production system.

8
-

Establish
Product
Baseline (PBL)
:
Submit

NCP with attachments; documentation of the physical and functional characteristics of the system, equipment,
software or capability down to the lowest level intended for replacement; selected functional characteristics designated for
pro
duction acceptance testing;
production acceptance test requirements and documents pertaining to performance requirements for the item. For details refe
r t
o FAA Order 1800.66,
CM Policy and National Procedures.

In
-
Service Decision (ISD)
:
The milestone represents the decision to accept a product or service for operational use during solution implementation phase

of

the AMS life
-
cycle. This decision allows deployment activities to begin.

Joint Acceptance Inspection (JAI)
:

This is complete when the service team determines that the equipment (HW & SW) has successfully met contract
requirements. This is also when the contractor transfers ownership of the product or service to the FAA.

Operational
Readiness
Demonstration (ORD)
:
ORD occurs when JAI has been satisfied and the product or service is ready to be placed in operational use in
the NAS.

First Site Commissioning & Last Site Commissioning
:


First product or service is commissioned when it has been formally accepted and placed into
operational service in the NAS and Technical Operations has assumed maintenance responsibility, when applicable. The last si
te
commissioning also is
where the product or service is formally accepted and placed into operational service in the NAS and Technical Operations has

as
sumed maintenance
responsibility. Completion of this milestone the transition into in
-
service management is complete.

9
-

Operational Baseline
:


After
the system has been deployed any NAS changes that have occurred resulting in modifications and improvements require
NCP approval. NCP required to maintain current configuration control of the operational baseline. Refer to FAA Order 6032.1C

fo
r
modifications.

10
-

Facility Baseline
:


T
o
maintain NAS Facility Baseline
configurations submit NCP and refer to FAA Standard Practice, Facility Configuration Management.

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4

Acronyms


ABL
-
Allocated Baseline


AMS
-
Acquisition Management System


CA
-
Contract Award


CDR
-
Critical Design Review


CI
-
Configuration Item


CM
-
Configuration Management


CO
-
Contracting Officer


COTS
-
Commercial
-
Off
-
the
-
Shelf


CSCI
-
Computer Software Configuration
Item


DT
-
Development Test


FBL
-
Functional Baseline


FCA
-
Functional Configuration Audit


FID
-
Final Investment Decision


fRD
-
Final Requirements Document


HWCI
-
Hardware Configuration Item


IDA
-
Investment Decision Authority


IID
-
Initial Investment Decision


IOC
-
Initial Operational Capability


IRD
-
Interface Requirements Document





ISD
-
In
-
Service Decision


ISR
-
In
-
Service
Review


JAI
-
Joint Acceptance Inspection


NAS
-
National
Airspace
System


NDI
-
Non
-
Development Item


NCP
-
National
Airspace System Change Proposal


OCD
-
Operational
Capability Demonstration


ORD
-
Operational Readiness Demonstration


OT
-
Operational Test


PBL
-
Product Baseline


PCA
-
Physical Configuration Audit


PDR
-
Preliminary Design Review


pRD
-
Preliminary Requirements Document


PRR
-
Production Readiness
Review


Rqmts
-
Requirements


SDR
-
System
Design Review


SIR
-
Screening
I
nformation
R
equest


Spec
-
specification


SRR
-
Systems
Requirements Review


SSR
-
System Specification Review


TRR
-
Test Readiness Review


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Resources

Policies and Guidance


AMS Policy, Section 2.1.4, Standard Program Milestones

FAA Order 1800.66, Configuration Management Policy

FAA Order 6030.20 Electrical Power Policy

FAA Order 6470.33, Control of Power and Space, and Environment Interfaces at En Route Air Traffic Control
Facilities

FAA Order 6950.2 Electrical Power Policy Implementation at National Airspace System Facilities

FAA Specification FAA
-
G
-
2100, Electronic Equipment, General Requirements

FAA Standard Practice FAA
-
STD
-
058 Facility Configuration Management

Test & Evaluation Handbook


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