3 August 2001
CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION
Lesson Topic 3.7:
Navy and Marine Corps Readiness and
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 Military Standard (MIL-STD) that implements
the Logistic Support Analysis (LSA) guidelines and
requirements established by Department of Defense
Instruction 5000.2, Major System Acquisition Procedures
and Department of Defense Directive 5000.39, Acquisition
and Management of Integrated Logistic Support for
Systems and Equipment.
State what documentation is the primary source of
validated, integrated design related supportability data
pertaining to an acquisition program.
List the five general sections of Logistics Support
Analysis task descriptions.
State the purpose of Task 101, which is the earliest
planning activity for an LSA program.
State what Task Section 200 identifies as the three
prime drivers of an LSA that, once identified, provide a
basis for concentrated analysis effort to identify
targets and methods of improvement.
List the three major purposes for accomplishing Task
203, Comparative Analysis.