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In combination the three systems provide an integrated approach to strategic planning, identification of needs for military capabilities, program and budget development, and systems acquisition.Requirements (JCIDS), resources (PPBE), and acquisition (DAS) are closely aligned and operate simultaneously with full cooperation and in close coordination.Throughout the product’s life cycle, adjustments are made to keep the three processes aligned.The Chapter describes the larger management framework in which Do D acquisition is conducted while providing the information and the management tools needed to thoughtfully design and effectively execute an acquisition strategy tailored to the capability to be acquired.This section describes the Departments operating context and the information needed to organize and plan a successful acquisition program.
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Requirements (either Key Performance Parameters [KPPs] or Key System Attributes [KSAs]) may have to be adjusted to conform to technical and fiscal realities.