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NPFC - DI-MGMT-82099

OPEN SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT PLAN

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 11 January 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 7
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The essence of Open Systems Architecture (OSA) is an organized decomposition, using carefully defined execution boundaries, layered onto a framework of software and hardware shared services and a vibrant business model that facilitates competition. An Open Systems Management Plan (OSMP) describes the developer's approach for using modular design, standards-based interfaces, and widely-supported, consensus-based standards to achieve these goals. The OSMP shall include a developer's plans for a modular, open architecture, to include use of open interface standards and Technical Reference Frameworks (TRF); design and management of, and dependencies between, Computer Software Configuration Items (CSCIs); design information documentation; technology insertion; life cycle sustainability; treatment of proprietary or vendor-unique elements; and reuse of existing items. The OSMP includes a support plan for the Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) and provides the acquirer visibility into the developers' open systems approach and implementation.

This forms a basis for evaluation of a developer's proposal and adherence to MOSA technical and business goals. This Data Item Description (DID) contains the format, content, and intended use information for the data product resulting from the work task described in the contract Statement of Work (SOW), Performance Based SOW (PBSOW) or Statements of Objectives (SOO).

Document History

DI-MGMT-82099
January 11, 2017
OPEN SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT PLAN
Use/relationship: The essence of Open Systems Architecture (OSA) is an organized decomposition, using carefully defined execution boundaries, layered onto a framework of software and hardware shared...

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