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Safety in Naval Systems Engineering Technical Reviews (SETR)
BOOZ-ALLEN AND HAMILTON INC MCLEAN VA
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System Engineering Technical Reviews SETR provide Program Managers with an independent assessment of key health and progress of a Program and Program readiness to enter the next technical phase. The safetyenvironment in SETR goal is to develop a set of Naval Enterprise level safetyenvironmental criteria statements for each of the SETR events. These criteria statements, or questions, form the basis of safetyenvironment in SETR for all Navy and Marine Corps acquisition programs. Each systems command SYSCOM may develop additional SYSCOM-specific criteria for the SETRs. The safety in SETR effort also focused on better integrating safety engineering into the overall systems engineering process by developing safety criteria for nonsafety-focused documents such as the Systems Engineering Plan and Test and Evaluation Master Plan. Recommended SETRs Initial Technical Review, Alternative Systems Review, System Requirements Review, Technology Readiness Assessment, Integrated Baseline Review, System Functional Review, Preliminary Design Review, Critical Design Review, Test Readiness Review, System Verification Review, Production Readiness Review, Operational Test Readiness Review, Physical Configuration Review, and In-Service Review.
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