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    Technical and management activities conducted to ensure supportability implications are considered throughout the acquisition process to minimize support costs.


    • Are sufficient spares available?

    • Are Technical Manuals, Tech Orders, and other project sustainment documentation managed and configuration controlled?

    • Have support and test equipment been funded?

    • Was supportability of design considered early in program?

    • Are life cycle costs based on solid/reliable logistics support analysis results?

    • Are logistics analyses results included in cost-performance tradeoffs?

    • Do design trade studies include supportability considerations?

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