CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS FOR THE ENTERPRISE ENGINE
Rosa, Scott J.
Boger, Dan C.
Miller, Scot A.
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Engineering design and development processes have evolved from hand-drawn sketches to complex, digital models across all fields of engineering. After researching this evolution, the Department of Defense (DoD) should embrace this transition and further invest in model-based development in its pursuit of future complex systems of systems (SoS). The Enterprise Engine (EE) offers a development, integration, and process improvement approach that appears faster, cheaper, and smarter while enabling semantic interoperability that has the potential to cause a revolution in DoD acquisition. EE is the vision of several masters of engineering development; however, all their ideas have not been captured in a cogent, easy-to-understand concept of operations. This thesis provides the background, concepts, and analysis of incorporating EE in future software development and presents an executable CONOPS to integrate EE within the current acquisitions environment and practices.
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