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Improving System Requirements Quality Through Application of an Operational Concept Process: An Essential Element In System Sustainment.

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Requirements Generation Process:
1 SCOPE THE PRODUCT By Defining Needs, Goals and Objectives,
Mission or Business Case, High Level Operational Concepts,
Customer Requirements, Constraints, Schedules, Budgets, Authority,
and Responsibility.
2 Develop CONOPS – Scenarios For How The Your Product Might
Behave & Be Used.
3 Identify Interfaces Between Your Product and the Rest of the World,
Clarifying Your Product’s Boundaries, Inputs, and Outputs.
4 Write Requirements To Guide Product Design Toward What Your
Customers Need and Want.
5 Capture Rationale – Reason For the Requirement’s Existence.
Expose BAD Assumptions and Incorrect Facts.
6 Level Requirements – System to Subsystem. Ensure All
Requirements Are Written At the Correct Abstraction Level and Can
Be Traced Back To Their Origins.

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