Requirements are the foundation of every acquisition program within the Air Force. The statements that make up your Systems Requirements Document or Technical Requirements Document are supposed to capture the needed user capabilities while clearly conveying to others the technical functionality and performance needed to meet those capabilities. If the requirements statements are poorly written, it can lead to misunderstandings with both your user and your contractor. This class will cover the 14 characteristics of quality requirement statements and the 41 rules that can be used to meet these characteristics. Using actual examples, students will be shown how these rules can be applied to create quality requirement statements. Students are also encouraged to bring unclassified requirement statements to class so they can be assessed and worked as well.
Grade Restrictions: None
Special Requirements: 4 hrs Two 2-hr sessionson MS TEAMS
Delivery Method: e-Learning Course
Course Length:Event Type: Training (Functional, Technical)
CL Points: 4