Also, progress reports are required for Defense Acquisition Executive Summary
Another review forum that has seen increased sustainment focus and attention is the Defense Acquisition Executive Summary
In 2005, the Joint Program Executive Officer for the Joint Tactical Radio System (JPEO JTRS) addressed this issue and cut costs by providing only quarterly Defense Acquisition Executive Summary
reports to the Services in lieu of previously required Service-unique reports (e.g., the Air Force's Monthly Acquisition Report, the Army's Probability of Success, and the Navy's Dashboard).
It will fall under the JTRS Joint Program Office umbrella and established management practices, and the program's progress will be reported through the Defense Acquisition Executive Summary
process and through Defense Acquisition Board Program Reviews as required.
* Educate the joint program team on institutional requirements unique to the government (defense acquisition executive summary
, selected acquisition report, acquisition program baseline, etc.) and Sikorsky (corporate vision and goals, program objectives).
* Acquisition Reporting Concepts and Policy Requirements for Acquisition Program Baseline (APB), Defense Acquisition Executive Summary
The Acquisition Reporting Concepts and Policies for APB, DAES, and SAR module provides information on the terminology, concepts, and policies pertaining to required acquisition reports, such as the Acquisition Program Baseline (APB), Defense Acquisition Executive Summary
(DAES), and Selected Acquisition Report (SAR).