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MIL-STD-881D, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE STANDARD PRACTICE: WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURES FOR DEFENSE MATERIEL ITEMS (09-APR-2018)

MIL-STD-881D, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE STANDARD PRACTICE: WORK BREAKDOWN STRUCTURES FOR DEFENSE MATERIEL ITEMS (09-APR-2018)., This Standard presents direction for effectively preparing, understanding, and presenting a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). It provides the framework for Department of Defense (DoD) Program Managers to define their program's WBS and to defense contractors in their application and extension of the contract's WBS. Section 1 defines and describes the WBS. Section 2 provides instructions on how the WBS is applied as well as how to develop a Program WBS in the pre-award timeframe. Section 3 provides direction for developing and implementing a Contract WBS and Section 4 examines the role of the WBS in the post-award timeframe. This Standard also provides WBS definitions for specific defense materiel commodity systems in Appendices A through J. Appendix K addresses WBS elements that are common to all systems, as well as those which use unique elements (e.g., Space Systems, Information Systems/Defense Business Systems, Launch Systems, and Strategic Missile Systems). Appendix L presents for the DoD Sustainment Cost Reporting Structure (CRS) and its associated definitions for informational purposes. The purpose of providing sustainment information is to present an explanation of transitioning from reporting using a WBS to reporting sustainment costs using the CRS, regardless of acquisition phase or type of funds us

MIL-STD-881 Rev. D

    
 Status:
Active

 FSC Code:
 MISC - MISCELLANEOUS

Version:
D04-20183.73 MB MIL-STD-881D
C10-20112.01 MB MIL-STD-881C
B01-19988.27 KB MIL-STD-881B_NOTICE-1
B03-19938.96 MB MIL-STD-881B
A04-19756.62 MB MIL-STD-881A

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