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DOD I 5000.38

1979 Edition, January 24, 1979

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PRODUCTION READINESS REVIEWS



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PURPOSE

This Instruction (a) supplements reference ; (b) establishes policy; (c) assigns responsibilities; and (d) sets forth general procedures and guidelines for conducting Production Readiness Reviews (PRRs) of Defense systems (see enclosure i).

2. The objective of a PRR is to verify that the production design, planning, and associated preparations for a system have progressed to the point where a production commitment can be. made without incurring unacceptable risks of breaching thresholds of schedule, performance, cost, or other established criteria.

APPLICABILITY AND SCOPE 

1. The provisions of this Instruction apply to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Military Departments, and Defense Agencies (hereafter referred to as "DoD Components") for the acquisition of major systems as defined by reference (b). Production readiness determinations of system programs not designated as major system acquistions also will be guided by this Instruction.

2. The PRR encompasses all considerations which relate to the completeness and producibility of the production design, and to the managerial and physical preparations necessary for initiating and sustaining a viable production effort, Enclosure 1 provides a representative listing of areas to be evaluated during the PRR, together with functional statements and conditions appropriate to these areas, Coverage of these areas involves reviews of plans of and accomplishments by organizational elements within and outside the Government, The depth of the review shall be to a level sufficient to yield evidence supporting conclusive findings. Sampling techniques shaIl be employed where practical.