NAVY - NAVAIR 5221.1

(AIR-10.0) NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER WORKLOAD ACCEPTANCE

active, Most Current
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 28 July 2006
Status: active
Page Count: 17
scope:

Purpose.

To promulgate the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) policy and procedures for Naval Air Warfare Center (NAWC) Aircraft Division (AD) and Weapons Division (WD) current and future workload acceptance to ensure work performed is mission compliant, strategically aligned, meets sound business criteria, and is consistent with applicable legal authority. This policy provides the terms of reference for managers within the NAWC to prioritize workload as required to meet resource controls and accountabilities. The procedures described herein formalize the process for acceptance, rejection and divestiture of workload. This instruction formally links the NAWC workload acceptance and prioritization process to the Work Assignment Agreement (WAA) process as a mechanism for effective internal management control.

This policy applies to all NAWC workload including both reimbursable and direct cite, Foreign Military Sales (FMS), Private Party Special Deposits for Commercial Services Agreements, Cooperative Research and Development Agreements, and Project Agreements between the United States Government and other countries. This process will be utilized to evaluate any work planned for future years as well as work to be accepted in the execution year.

Document History

NAVAIR 5221.1
July 28, 2006
(AIR-10.0) NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER WORKLOAD ACCEPTANCE
Purpose. To promulgate the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) policy and procedures for Naval Air Warfare Center (NAWC) Aircraft Division (AD) and Weapons Division (WD) current and future workload...
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