DID- Operational Concept Description

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The Operational Concept Description (OCD) describes a proposed system in terms of the user needs it will fill fulfill, its relationship to existing systems or procedures, and the ways it will be used.

The OCD is used to obtain consensus among the acquirer, developer, support and user agencies on the operational concept of a proposed system. Depending on its use, an OCD may focus on communicating the user's needs to the developer or the developer's ideas to the user and other interested parties. The term 'system' may be interpreted to apply to a portion of a system.

This DID contains the forma and content preparation instructions for the data product generated by specific and discrete task requirements as delineated in the contract.

This DID is used when the developed is tasked to define and record the operational concept for a system.

This DID supersedes DI-IPSC-81430.

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