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Production and Deployment Activities

Reference Source: DoDI 5000.81 Section 4.4.c. & d

During P&D the acquiring organization provides the warfighter with the needed capability, to include any required training, spares, technical data to include known hazards and accepted mishap risks, computer software, temporary or permanent facilities or infrastructure, support equipment, maintenance, or other logistics support necessary for operation.

The DoD Components will ensure that the capability and required support (e.g., field service representatives, training) are deployed by the most expeditious means possible and tracked through to their actual delivery to the user.

The DoD Components will coordinate with each other and the requiring activity to verify the total number of items required, considering necessary support and spares and training assets for deployed or pre-deployment training.

Upon deployment, the capability enters Operations & Support.

 

What's Changed?

New/revised text from Dodi 5000.02, Enclosure 13, January 2015, is highlighted in red; deletions are shown as strikethrough text.

 

During P&D the acquiring organization provides the warfighter with the needed capability, to include any required training, spares, technical data to include known hazards and accepted mishap risks, computer software, temporary or permanent facilities or infrastructure, support equipment, maintenance, or other logistics support necessary for operation.

  • The DoD Components will ensure that the capability and required support (e.g., field service representatives, training) are deployed by the most expeditious means possible and tracked through to their actual delivery to the user.
  • The DoD Components will coordinate with each other and the requiring activity to verify the total number of items required, considering necessary support and spares and training assets for deployed or pre-deployment training.

Upon deployment, the capability enters Operations & Support