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SYS 153 - Early Tester Involvement

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This introductory e-learning course provides students the knowledge to successfully integrate T&E into the early phases pre-Milestone B of an Air Force acquisition program. The goal is to begin preparing Air Force acquisition/sustainment personnel who are assigned T&E responsibilities to be effective members of the Air Force acquisition teams throughout a program’s life cycle starting with early involvement. Course Objective: The course provides students the knowledge on topics such as the Analysis of Alternatives process and outcome, the concept of programmatic trade space in cost, schedule, and performance, how Air Force testers contribute to formulation of an acquisition strategy, and how to program T&E strategy that is consonant with the acquisition strategy. Students will be introduced to the role of an Air Force Integrated Test Team ITT, how to identify the potential member organizations of an ITT, write an ITT Charter, and how the ITT relates to the overall program. Students will be introduced to concepts of evaluation criteria, data requirements, and test capabilities.

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Grade Restrictions: None

Special Requirements: This course is continuous enrollment. You will have 60 days to complete this course from the time you enroll.

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Stacie E Taylor

Course Information

Delivery Method: e-Learning Course

Course Length: 10 hours

Event Type: Training (Functional, Technical)

Primary Audience: GS-07 to 14, O-1 to O-5

CL Points: 10

Prerequisites:

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