114: Acquisition

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114: Acquisition
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  1. What does Navy Training Systems Requirements, Acquisition, and Management provide?
    To establish policy for planing, determining, and documenting manpower, personnel, and training (MPT) requirements for Navy
  2. What document is prepared for traceability in support of new and or modernized.
    Traceability will be articulated in the form of  NTSP.
  3. How many Acquisition Categories (ACAT) does the NTSP process govern?
    ACAT 1 through ACAT IV
  4. List and describe the five steps to develop and approve a NTSP?
    • SIX YEARS: prior to training system initial operational capability (IOC) if military contruction (MILCON) is required.
    • THREE YEARS: prior to IOC if a major defense acquisition program or major system (ACAT I or II) training device (TD)
    • THREE YEARS: prior to IOC for major defense acquistion program or for major system follow-on TD's.
    • PRIOR: to initial operational test and evaluation (IOT&E) operational evaluation.
    • THREE MONTHS: prior to IOC for rapid acquistion programs such as NDI, COTS, RDC, AAP, and JUON programs.
  5. What is the purpose of a Naval Training Systems Plan (NTSP)
    Navy and intergrated Navy/Marine Corps documents which communicate manpower, personnel, and training (MPT) gaps and needs in support of new acquision and or modernization programs.
  6. Discuss the process and artifacts required for a course to trasition from the acquisition community to formal as delineated in the Training Transfer Agreement (TTA)
    provided to coordinate and ensure successful trasfer of training system products for subject acquisition system.
  7. Explain the roles and responsibilities for each:
    A) Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (CNO)
    B) Director, Total Force Requirements Division (OPNAV N12)
    C) OPNAV N15
    D) Director, Fleet Readiness Division (OPNAV N43)
    E) Resource Sponsors
    F)SYSCOMS
    G) Program Managers (PM)
    H) Training Support Activity (TSA)
    I) Training Agent (TA)
    J) NETC
    K) Fleet Forces Command (FFC)
    L) Deputy Commandant for Aviation (DC AVN)
    M) Enterprises
    • A) CNO: plan, program, and budget for sustainment, serve as single manpowre resource sponsor, coordinate with USMC
    • B) OPNAV N12: Validate preliminary ship/squadron manpower documents and coordinate programming and budgeting
    • C) OPNAV N15: Validate indivdual training requirements, NTSP- serve as lead in TRPPM/MPT, NTSPCs and other NTSP-related forums.
    • D) OPNAV N43: Provide fleet readiness training resources and oversight
    • E) Resource Sponsors: (Money people) plan, program, fund requirements for design, development, procurement, engineering change, and modernization of the training system for its life cycle.
    • F) SYSCOMS: comply with OPNAVINST 4000.57 as well as other relevant directives and processes for fielding or installation of new systems equipment or software in include the "one book".
    • G) PM: Identify, plan, budget, and submit all system and resource requirements, including the developpment of the NTS and coordinate current and future FY cost estimates and priorities for training solutions with OPNAV (N1S)
    • H) TSA: Develop and implement the TSIP, Develop training solutions, and Conduct the FEA and develop the PQS.
    • I) NETC: Plan and execute TA roles and responsibilities when designated.
    • J) TA: Execute approved training system sustainment
    • K) FFC: Validate and prioritize fleet training program
    • L) DC AVN: Serve as the primary conduit for all aviation-related JCIDS issues
    • M) Enterprises: Provide USFLTFORCOM, resource sponsors, and the TA with operational requirements

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