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Subcategories of HSI word percentage per MDAP document included (a) ESOH word percentage, (b) HFE/Hab/Surv word percentage, and (c) MPT word percentage.
SAR schedule breach, GAO total program over budget, GAO program unit cost increase, and Weapon Book amount spent over budget were associated with either ESOH word percentage, HFE/Hab/Surv word percentage, or MPT word percentage.
For Weapon Book amount spent over budget, ESOH word percentage was a significant predictor (B = 5.
seeks to make an ESOH evaluation compatible with each stage of the development process by applying appropriate assessment tools.
In addition to a phased approach to early toxicity testing, the Toxicology Portfolio has implemented a number of targeted assays to help research, development, test and evaluation (RDT&E) scientists and managers make funding decisions based upon ESOH risks.
Phased approach to ESOH assessment streamlines search for replacement substances.
1E (issued March 19, 2005), which directs DoD to "identify and analyze operational and financial risks of emerging ESOH issues" (section 5.
Leveraging the information and risk management options generated by the CMRM Directorate can help acquisition managers effectively address ESOH and other risks in their overall risk management process, as outlined in MIL-HDBK-881, "Work Breakdown Structures for Defense Materiel Items" (see <http://www.
System requirements specified for the ESOH, habitability, and survivability domains influence the likelihood of future hazardous exposures that will require prevention and protection.
The program also sponsors research and implementation of processes and technologies that help to minimize ESOH risks and regulatory burdens.
Serving as one of the first ACAT I programs to develop a programmatic ESOH evaluation and strategy and being the first Navy program to comply with the March 2007 under secretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics policy memorandum formally acknowledging an ESOH risk--which, in the case of the memo, was the occupational noise hazards naval jet aircraft imposed to personnel aboard aircraft carriers.
PMA-265 was one of the Navy's first acquisition programs to comply with the under secretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics' March 2007 ESOH risk acceptance policy.