This handbook supports the acquisition of ICW training programs using MIL-STD- 1379, Military Training Programs. It describes the application of MIL-STD-963 to develop Type III DIDs, and of MIL-STD-l 640 to define the structure of data delivered In a digital form. Information and guidance sequentially leads new acquisition, training, and program managers through the complete ICW acquisition and management process. The process begins with a description of front-and analysis (FEA) done using MlL-STD-l 379 task descriptions.
This handbook describes FEA requirements critical to successful ICW design, development and implementation effort. This handbook describes the critical and complex process of defining capabilities and performance requirements. It describes the requirements and considerations for the formal acquisition process, contract management. and final test and acceptance of the contractor’a work. Three types of training program-ralated acquisitions are described: Front-and analysis (FEA); ICW Design, development and implementation (DD/I); and ICW Integrated logistic support ILS Courseware maintenance). The manager who is involved in a training program acquisition, or design and development effort which may include ICW must realize that these efforts area inter-related with each other.
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This handbook describes all phases of ICW analysis, design, development, implementation, and logistic and life cycle support through the application of MILSTD-1 379 task descriptions and associated date item description, to appropriate contract vehicles. It is for guidance only.
1.2 Application Guidance
This handbook takes a systems approach to the design, development, acquisition and management of ICW training materials. The program manager plays a critical role in each phase of the overall system. The handbook recommends a sequence of task performance and data delivery to acquire ICW training materials. It provides additional guidance on the application, tailoring and acceptance of MIL-STD-l 379 task descriptions and deliverable date associated with training requirements analysis. ICW training programs should achieve a balance between operational need and total training costs. This handbook addresses several functional areas that relate directly to establishing and maintaining this balance.