3 August 2001
CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION
Lesson Topic 3.2:
Mission Needs Statements/Operational
Lecture with handouts
Partially supported by this lesson topic:
Upon completion of this unit of instruction, the student
will demonstrate knowledge of the skills required to
effectively work in the DOD acquisition program arena,
including familiarity with requirements generation,
policies and procedures, management, and planning,
programming, and budgeting.
Completely supported by this lesson topic:
Identify the two primary documents that establish a
disciplined approach for integrating the efforts and
products of the Department of Defense (DOD) requirements
generation; acquisition management; and planning,
programming, and budgeting systems.
Identify the process by which the determination of an
identified mission need for a weapon or weapon system
for a particular use or purpose is decided.
State at what step in the acquisition process initial
system threat assessments shall be prepared to support
to the Defense Acquisition Board and the Joint
Requirements Oversight Council.
Name the office that receives for action, Mission Need
Statements that could potentially result in the
initiation of new acquisition categories II, III, or IV
Name the members of the Joint Requirements Oversight