***PLEASE DO NOT APPLY UNTIL YOU HAVE COMPLETED SYS 183 TO AVOID APPLICATION DISAPPROVAL.*** This course teaches the process of and motivation behind using integrated architectures as a key decision support tool in the Air Force. Students are instructed on the integrated architecture requirements imposed by DoD and AF processes and the standard tools to support creating, analyzing, and using integrated architectures and architecture products. Career field Requirement/Impact: Weapon System Architectures are required by DoD and AF processes. Similarly, Enterprise Architectures are required to meet Laws, Regulations and Policies, as well as to integrate the planning and execution of DoD capabilities. Without an understanding of “why architecture,” practitioners will likely expend resources checking squares without providing decision-quality information to DoD and AF Leaders .Utilization of graduates: Acquisition Program Offices (mainly, but no exclusively, system engineering) AF MAJCOM/JS/COCOM staffs particularly in the A8/J8, A5/J5, and A6/J6 organizations dealing with strategic planning, requirements, capabilities, and information infrastructure.
Grade Restrictions: None
Special Requirements: None
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Delivery Method: In-Residence/ On-Site Course and VIRR
Course Length: 3 daysEvent Type: Training (Functional, Technical)
Primary Audience: GS-07 TO 15, 01 TO 6, E5-9. Anyone creating, analyzing, supporting, or using integrated architectures in support of Air Force Weapon System, capabilities, Operations and Enterprises, including at the Joint level.
CL Points: 21
Prerequisites:Completion of the prerequisite course (SYS 183) within 90 days of attending SYS 383 is highly suggested. Pre- requisite may be waived with Course Director Approval. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.