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NPFC - DI-MGMT-82035

Software Resources Data Reporting: Development, Maintenance and Enterprise Resource Planning Development Reports, and Data Dictionary

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 15 November 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 50
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For background and detailed requirements related to Software Resources Data Reporting (SRDR), refer to DoD 5000.04-M-1 or the latest version of the "Cost and Software Data Reporting (CSDR) Manual."

CSDR is the Department of Defense (DoD) system for collecting actual costs and software data and related business data. The resulting database serves as the primary contract cost and software data (CSD) database for most DoD resource analysis efforts, including cost database development, applied cost estimating, cost research, program reviews, analysis of alternatives (AoA), and life cycle cost estimates. All formats may be used in response to Government solicitations according to Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) sections 234.7100, 234.7101, 242.503-2, 252.234-7003, and 252.234-7004:

Format 1, DD Form 3026-1, "Software Development Report", consists of two parts. Part 1, Software Development Technical Data, reports the software development size, context, and technical information. It consists of Release Level and Computer Software Configuration Item (CSCI) Level sections. CSCI is the lowest level of software development at which configuration management is performed by the developer. It is usually indicated by a separate Software Development Folder (SDF), Software Requirements Specification (SRS) etc. The CSDR plan will serve as the authoritative definition for reporting purposes. The Release Level Data includes all information applicable to the entire software release for the reporting event, defines each of the data elements as required, and describes the methods and rules used to perform the data measurement or estimation. The CSCI Level Data is used to obtain the estimated or actual (as-built) characteristics of a software product and its development process at the CSCI Level. Other terms for CSCI include Software End Item, Software Item (SI), etc., but this document will use CSCI as the primary term throughout. Part 2, Software Development Effort Data, reports the software development efforts associated with each reported release and CSCI. Format 1 uses the term "release" to refer to commonly used terms such as build, product build, and increment.

Format 2, DD Form 3026-2, "Software Maintenance Report", consists of two parts. Part 1, Software Maintenance Technical Data, reports the size, context and technical information. It consists of Top Level and Release Level sections. The Top Level Data includes all information applicable to the software maintenance release(s) for the reporting event, defines each of the data elements as required, and describes the methods and rules used to perform the data measurement or estimation. The Release Level Data is used to obtain the actual (asbuilt) characteristics of the maintenance product and its maintenance process at the Release level. Part 2, Software Maintenance Effort Data, reports the to-date software maintenance efforts for each in-progress and completed release(s) and the annual total software maintenance activities. In Format 2, the words "software release" Source: https://assist.dla.mil -- Downloaded: 2017-11-29T15:32 Zrefer to a set of change to the existing baseline software that are delivered to end users and that require formal testing, e.g., a new software configuration has been created, which can include patches, emergency releases, modifications and capability upgrades. Format 2 uses the term "release" to refer to commonly used terms such as release, build, increment or drop.

Format 3, DD Form 3026-3, "ERP Software Development Report", is a special case of the Software Development Report specifically for Enterprise Resource Planning or Defense Business System programs. These programs represent software development for business systems, such as financial, personnel or inventory control systems, either for a specific function or for a complete business enterprise. It consists of two parts. Part 1, System Technical Data, provides the report context, describes both the software product being developed and the development team, lists project requirements for modules, business processes, system functions and interfaces, and captures software product size and complexity at the Release Level. Part 2, Software Development Effort Data, captures project resource and schedule information at the Release Level. Format 3 uses the term "release" to refer to commonly used terms such as build, product build, and increment, but this document will use release as the primary term throughout

Document History

DI-MGMT-82035
November 15, 2017
Software Resources Data Reporting: Development, Maintenance and Enterprise Resource Planning Development Reports, and Data Dictionary
USE/RELATIONSHIP: For background and detailed requirements related to Software Resources Data Reporting (SRDR), refer to DoD 5000.04-M-1 or the latest version of the “Cost and Software Data...
June 2, 2016
Software Resources Data Reporting: Development and Maintenance Reports and Data Dictionary
USE/RELATIONSHIP: For background and detailed requirements related to Software Resources Data Reporting (SRDR), refer to DoD 5000.04-M-1, “Cost and Software Data Reporting (CSDR) Manual.” CSDR is...

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