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1 BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE AIR FORCE INSTRUCTION MARCH 2017 Test and Evaluation JOINT TEST AND EVALUATION PROGRAM COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY ACCESSIBILITY: Publications and forms are available on the e-publishing website at for downloading or ordering. RELEASABILITY: There are no releasability restrictions on this publication. OPR: AF/TEP Supersedes: AFI99-106, 26 August 2009 Certified by: AF/TE (Devin L. Cate) Pages: 16 This Air Force Instruction (AFI) implements Air Force Policy Directive (AFPD) 99-1, Test and Evaluation, Headquarters Air Force Mission Directive (HAF MD) 1-52, Director of Test and Evaluation, and Department of Defense Instruction, DoDI , Joint Test and Evaluation (JT&E) Program. It provides responsibilities, guidance, and procedures for Air Force participation and support of the JT&E Program directed by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD). It applies to all Regular Air Force (RegAF), Air Force Reserve (AFR), and Air National Guard (ANG) units. To ensure full understanding of the JT&E Program process and terminology, consult the OSD JT&E web site at for relevant documentation including the JT&E Program Handbook. Refer recommended changes and questions about this publication to Air Force Joint Test Program Office (AFJO), Bldg 585, 5930 Devlin Drive, Nellis AFB, NV 89191, (702) ; and to Headquarters, Air Force Test and Evaluation Policy, Programs, and Resources Division (HQ USAF/TEP), 1530 Air Force Pentagon, Washington DC , (703) using the AF Form 847, Recommendation for Change of Publication; route AF Forms 847 from the field through the appropriate functional chain of command. Ensure that all records created as a result of processes prescribed in this publication are maintained IAW Air Force Manual (AFMAN) , Management of Records, and disposed of IAW the Air Force Records Disposition Schedule (RDS) in the Air Force Records Information Management System (AFRIMS). The authorities to waive wing/unit level requirements in this publication are identified with a Tier ( Tier-0, Tier-1, Tier-2, Tier-3 ) number following the compliance statement IAW AFI , Publications and Forms Management. See AFI , Table 1.1 for a description of the authorities associated with the Tier numbers. Submit requests for waivers through the chain of command to the

2 2 AFI MARCH 2017 appropriate Tier waiver approval authority, or alternately, to the Publication OPR for non-tiered compliance items. SUMMARY OF CHANGES This document is substantially revised and should be completely reviewed. It updates Air Force structure and responsibilities to correspond to the Department of Defense (DOD) restructure of the JT&E Program. Clarifies responsibilities of affiliate organizations with Air Force JT&E program interest including test nomination process, resource requests and operational endorsements. Implements a Collaborative Joint Test (CJT) option that supplements the Air Force JT&E program. 1. JT&E Program Overview The Joint Test and Evaluation (JT&E) Program involves two or more military Services, Combatant Commands (CCMD), Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), and other DoD agencies to solve joint problems with non-materiel solutions. The OSD Director, Operational Test and Evaluation (DOT&E) plans, programs, budgets, and funds costs unique to the JT&E Program IAW DoDI The purpose of the JT&E Program is to: Assess Service system interoperability in joint operations and explore potential solutions to identified problems Evaluate joint technical and operational concepts and recommend improvements Validate testing methodologies that have joint application Improve modeling and simulation (M&S) validity with field exercise data Increase joint mission capability using quantitative and qualitative data for analysis Provide feedback to the acquisition and joint operations communities Improve joint and multi-service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) Air Force JT&E program is implemented by the following organizations: Directorate of Air Force Test and Evaluation (AF/TE), on behalf of CSAF, has management responsibility by establishing policy, instructions, and guidance on Air Force participation in the JT&E Program United States Air Force Warfare Center (USAFWC) through Air Force Joint Test Program Office (AFJO) has execution responsibility for Air Force participation in JT&E Program AFJO generates, develops and supports AF JT&E program activities. AFJO also serves as the Operational Test Agency (OTA) for the Air Force JT&E program Test Overview. The AF JT&E program involves three separate types of tests. All three types of tests are administered through the Air Force Joint Test Program Office (AFJO) Joint Test (JT). JTs are aimed at resolving complex issues and/or problems encountered in the joint environment, with the primary intent to improve joint operations primarily with (but not limited to) improved joint and multi-service TTPs. The JT, IAW

3 AFI MARCH the JT&E Handbook, is targeted for to two years duration and a $6M budget funded by DOT&E. JTs are preceded by a six month Joint Feasibility Study (JFS). The JT is led by an O-6 or GS-15 Joint Test Director (JTD). Both JFSs and JTs are chartered semiannually, typically in Feb and August by DOT&E under the authority cited in DoDI , Joint Test and Evaluation (JT&E) Program. Procedures for developing a test proposal into a formal JT nomination are further described in paragraph Quick Reaction Test (QRT). QRTs are aimed at resolving specific Warfighter issues encountered during current joint operations, operational testing or rapid capability fielding, and typically address interoperability problems or inadequate TTPs. The QRT, IAW JT&E Handbook, is targeted for one year in duration and a $1M budget funded by DOT&E. The QRT is led by an O-5 or GS-14 JTD. QRTs are directed three times per year, typically in February, June and October by DOT&E in accordance with DoDI Procedures for developing a test proposal into a formal QRT nomination are further described in this AFI paragraph An Extremely Urgent QRTs (EU-QRT). EU-QRTs are a subcategory of the QRT and are directed through a shorter DOT&E approval process to resolve an immediate need. Consequently, EU-QRTs are conducted on a 6 month timeline. EU- QRT nominations also have test location restrictions Collaborative Joint Test (CJT). CJTs supplement the AF JT&E program. CJTs are executed and funded by the participants and governed by Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with oversight from AFJO to ensure the necessary test rigor in the solution. CJTs are aimed at developing and validating specific operational solutions that improve Air Force planning and coordination, operational compatibility, and information exchange with the other armed Services and task forces in the joint force environment. CJT nominations are vetted and approved quarterly (or as needed) by the CJT Assessment Board (CTAB). Procedures for developing a test proposal into a formal CJT nomination are further described in this AFI paragraph Roles and Responsibilities. This section identifies the core participants of the AF JT&E Program The Air Force Director of Test and Evaluation (AF/TE). AF/TE has been delegated the authority relating to the JT&E Program by the Secretary of the Air Force IAW Headquarters Air Force Mission Directive (HAFMD) 1-52 Director of Test and Evaluation Establishes policy, instruction, and guidance on Air Force participation in the DOT&E JT&E Program. (T-1) Is the primary Air Force voting member of the JT&E Senior Advisory Council (SAC) and engages in a collaborative process between AF/TE and USAFWC to establish a single consolidated AF vote. This authority may be delegated to an alternate Prioritize QRT nominations being submitted to DOT&E based on AF interest and potential joint benefit. Engages in a collaborative process with the USAFWC on QRT nominations Is an Air Force voting member of the JT&E Executive Steering Group (ESG). This authority may be delegated to an alternate.

4 4 AFI MARCH Establish and maintain MOAs with the USAFWC Commander (USAFWC/CC) as necessary for support of the AF JT&E Program Policy, Programs, & Resources Division, Directorate of Test and Evaluation (AF/TEP): Advise AF/TE on policy, instruction, and guidance for Air Force participation in the JT&E Program The primary AF/TE representative to the DOT&E Planning Committee (PC) and QRT Working Group (QRTWG) and Technical Advisory Board (TAB) Co-chairs with AFJO, the as required Collaborative Joint Test Assessment Board (CTAB) Advocate funding for the AF JT&E Program budget Headquarters Air Force Directorates (AF/A3/5/7/8/9): Advise AF/TE as necessary on AF operational capability improvements within the scope of the JT&E program in response to JT and QRT call for nominations Headquarters Air Combat Command, Human Resources (ACC/A1): Assists AFJO in identifying manpower resources and preparing manpower requests Approves or disapproves manpower change requests forwarded by AFJO Commander, United States Air Force Warfare Center (USAFWC/CC): Implements and manages AF/TE guidance and instructions for the AF JT&E program. (T-1) Advocate and promote the AF JT&E Program Serves as an Air Force alternate voting member to the JT&E SAC. Engages in a collaborative process with AF/TE to establish a single consolidated AF vote Prioritize QRT nominations being submitted to DOT&E based on AF interest and potential joint benefit. Engages in a collaborative process with AF/TE to discuss QRT nominations Serves as an Air Force voting member of the JT&E ESG Provide facilities and Base Operating Support (BOS) as needed for AFJO and AFJO-sponsored JT&E projects as defined by AFI , Support Agreements Procedures Air Force Joint Test Program Office (AFJO). The AFJO mission is to generate, develop, and support JT&E activities that enhance Air Force capabilities and mission effectiveness in joint operations. AFJO serves as the AF Operational Test Agency (OTA) in support of the DoD JT&E Program. AFJO is located at Nellis AFB, NV, and assigned to the USAFWC, to maintain a warfighter focus and test support capability. (T-1) Program Administration: Execute the AF JT&E Program under the oversight of USAFWC. (T-1).

5 AFI MARCH Advise AF/TEP on policies and issues of Air Force interest for the JT&E Program Serves as liaison to facilitate collaboration between USAFWC and AF/TE to ensure a cohesive AF position Attend QRTWG, PC, TAB, and SAC meetings to represent Air Force interests Support Air Combat Command (ACC) program objective memorandum (POM) process and develops the AFJO Operations and Maintenance (O&M) budget within Program Element (PE) 28015F Inform AF/TEP about JT&E activity and progress, significant actions, and potential problems Review as necessary JT&E documents. Provide comments and recommendations to the JT&E Joint Program Office (JPO) Provide recommendations to DOT&E for the JT&E Lessons Learned database Establish working relationships within AF, other Services, CCMDs and DOD test organizations and advocate and promote the JT&E Program Serves as Co-Chair with AF/TE to convene the CTAB as needed AFJO serves as the liaison between AF/TE and the USAFWC on the JT&E program Project Generation: Provide briefings that describe the JT&E process, and the role of AFJO, to organizations, seminars, and conferences. (T-1) AFJO conducts outreach to CCMDs, Joint Task Forces, DOD Agencies, and other intragovernmental entities to generate test concepts from verified operational needs. Targeted test development visits are executed when a strong concept is being developed into a nomination AFJO vets all test nominations through the USAFWC and AF/TE, providing warfighter input and representing all Air Force MAJCOMS Produce and distribute a newsletter on AF participation in the JT&E Program Provide consultation on the feasibility of a specific test concept Project Development: AFJO conducts outreach visits, utilizing travel funds sourced from JPO, to conduct high-level coordination and/or test socialization with any agency or entity that would either sponsor or endorse test nominations. (T-1) Provide training materials, templates, and samples to organizations submitting nominations. (T-2).

6 6 AFI MARCH Review nominations and provide timely comments and recommendations to the nominating organization Assist organizations in the preparation of nominations and in identifying potential sponsorships and endorsements Project Support to AF-sponsored Projects: AFJO is designated the Operational Test Agency to administer and execute tests within the AF JT&E Program, including JTs, JFSs, QRTs, and CJTs. (T-1) May provide an O-6/GS-15 Joint Test Director (JTD), O-5/GS-14 Feasibility Study Director (FSD) to lead JTs and JFS. AFJO may also provide the QRT Test Director (TD) or Deputy TD Liaise with the sponsor in obtaining SME support Assist JTDs, FSDs, or QRT TDs in resource matters, including preparation of Cost Resource Estimates (CREs), contract documents and test resource plans (TRPs) as required. This includes funding required SME support (Gov t or Contractor) for test execution activities within the OSD funding guidelines. (T-1) Prepares and coordinate Memorandums of Agreement (MOAs) and Inter- Service Support Agreements (ISSAs) as required. (T-1) Project Support to non-af sponsored JT&E Projects: Advise JTs, JFSs and QRTs on Air Force capabilities, doctrine, and TTPs Nominating Organization Responsibilities. Nominations requesting AF participation as the OTA are accepted from CCMDs, all Services, Joint Task Forces, DOD Agencies, and other intragovernmental entities. Nominating organizations shall: Establish an OPR and designate an AO with subject matter expertise to coordinate with AFJO as the project POC. (T-1) Request from the AFJO/CC assistance in preparing and submitting the nomination in accordance with DOT&E guidance Identify Service, DOD, and intragovernmental entities with an interest in the issue to include facilitating the coordination of resource sponsorships and operational endorsements. (T-1) Fund travel costs for briefer(s) to the QRTWG or PC and SAC. The briefer(s) should be prepared to provide additional briefings to potential resource sponsors and operational endorsers, as well as selection committee members. (T-1) Provide office space, communications capability, and facility/information security for the QRT (normally 3-5 personnel, including contractors). Test support facilities and JTD support located at Nellis AFB, NV may be available on a case-by-case basis. (T-2) Provides an O-6/GS-15 as the JTD or an O-5/GS-14 or higher as the deputy test director. (T-2) Provides an O-5/GS-14 as the JFS Director or O-4/GS-13 or higher as the deputy JFS director. (T-2).

7 AFI MARCH Provide an O-5/GS-14 as the QRT test director or O-4/GS-13 or higher as the deputy test director. Note: If the QRT is hosted at a location other than AFJO, Nellis AFB NV, identify a local government contracting officer s representative for contract oversite. (T-2) The sponsor is responsible for providing additional requisite access for specific JT&E projects above TS/SCI IAW DoDD , Special Access Program (SAP) Policy, to support the test and test team. (T-1) Collaborative Joint Test Assessment Board (CTAB). The CTAB include members from AF/TEP and applicable AF MAJCOM Staffs. CTAB responsibilities are: Coordinate with, Service sponsors to determine current joint operations priorities that are within scope of a CJT proposal. (T-2) Review each CJT proposal for probability of successful completion, adequate funding and manpower, and proposed implementation of results. (T-2) Meet as needed to approve CJT nominations and direct the preparation of a MOA, including specific caveats for the coordination, execution, and reporting of the project Review the progress of each CT and assess the value of the project in resolving the joint issue. (T-2) Distribute minutes of each CTAB meeting and maintain according to records disposition schedule and AFJO management policies. 3. JT Procedures. This section describes the procedures for nominations and executions of JTs at AFJO. DOT&E issues bi-annual calls for JTs generally in Mar/Sep of each year. AFJO subsequently issues the calls AF-wide with submission deadlines. Note: Regardless of the proposal deadline, JTs may be submitted to AFJO at any time during the year. Early submission provides additional time to coordinate with the AFJO staff, address any deficiencies in meeting the entry criteria, and plan briefings to key leaders for official endorsement of the test nominations Project submission. AFJO selects those JT proposals that best meet the intent of the JT&E program. Critical factors evaluated include number of Services impacted, urgency and priority of operational shortfall, and ability to define a non-material solution within a 24- month period. When submitting JT proposals, AFJO assists all nominating agencies in meeting the following requirements: JT nominations are submitted in the JT&E Call for Nomination format. A nomination submission is accepted when it includes both a whitepaper and brief. The project POC coordinates with AFJO to finalize the nomination. The POC and AFJO identify briefers for the PC and SAC, along with other required SME support. (T-2) The project POC identifies the Sponsor and product transition lead. The sponsor provides the necessary test and SME personnel. AFJO and the POC collaborate to identify operational endorsers. Sponsors and operational endorsers may provide specific capabilities (such as test assets or exercise venues). Sponsors, product transition leads and endorsers are from CCMDs, DOD Agencies and Services and are either Flag/General Officer or Senior Executive level. These letters demonstrate the project is joint. If all

8 8 AFI MARCH 2017 letters are from a single service, the package is considered a single service and removed from consideration. (T-2) JT nominations submitted after the AFJO deadline are accepted at the discretion of the AFJO commander. These nominations are required to be of equal maturity of existing nominations to be considered for inclusion in the JT cycle The final JT nomination package submitted to DOT&E includes a written nomination (i.e. whitepaper) and brief describing the proposed JT; a sponsor letter, product transition lead letter and at least one endorsement letter. Additional endorsement letters continue to be sought during the DOT&E review process. AFJO submits complete JT nomination packages to DOT&E approximately three months prior to the Senior Advisory Council. (T-2) Review board. AFJO conducts a review board on the nominations requesting AF sponsorship. A formal briefing is presented to AFJO, by the sponsor s proposed briefer or an acceptable alternate. AFJO then provides assistance to the project team in resolving the recommendations of the review board. (T-2) Prioritization. The AFJO Commander briefs all JT nominations requesting AFJO as the OTA to the USAFWC/CC and AF/TE to collaborate and determine AF prioritization JT&E Review. DOT&E reviews the nomination and provides comments to AFJO and the OPR outlining any deficiencies. This allows the organization proposing the nomination to make improvements to the nomination package prior to the Planning Committee (PC). AFJO assists in this effort Planning Committee. DOT&E convenes the PC to screen the nominations for compliance with the JT&E entry criteria. Formal briefings are presented to the committee at the DOT&E facility in Suffolk, VA, by the sponsor s proposed briefer or an acceptable alternate Updates. DOT&E allows additional updates to the nomination package through the week prior to the Senior Advisory Council (SAC). AFJO assists in this effort Senior Advisory Council. DOT&E convenes the SAC to select the nominations that are directed as a six month Joint Feasibility Study (JFS). The SAC also reviews current JFSs and determines which become chartered as Joint Tests. A formal briefing is presented to the committee at the DOT&E office in the Pentagon, Washington, DC by the sponsor s proposed briefer or an acceptable alternate JFS Directive. Immediately following the SAC, DOT&E issues a JFS Directive letter specifying the participants, the start and stop dates, the expected deliverables, and the funding limit for each selected nomination. The SAC may fund up to two JFS The JFS is a six month test development study. The purpose of the JFS is to determine the feasibility and necessity of the proposed JT. The JFS also produces the Project Master Plan and Cost Resource Estimate for the proposed JT. The JFS conducts working groups to refine the problem statement, scope and gain warfighter concurrence. DOT&E provides the JFS with a milestone chart and work breakdown structure that

9 AFI MARCH delineates required items and deadlines. AFJO hosts the JFS; however, the sponsor may host a contractor and provide required support Technical Advisory Board. DOT&E chairs and convenes two separate Technical Advisory Boards (TAB) to review the status of each JFS. The TAB focus is identification of test issues, measures, data requirements, test venues, scope and test schedule. The TAB chair provides a recommendation to the SAC on the proposed JT feasibility to conduct, and perceived level of risk associated with accomplishing the JT Test Execution period. The SAC may charter one JFS as a JT. DOT&E issues a JT Charter letter specifying the participants, the start and stop dates, the expected deliverables, and the funding limit for each selected nomination. The 24-month test execution period begins once the JT contract is awarded. The actual contract team may not arrive at the designated work location(s) until 5-10 working days after task award The JTs are executed by AFJO Joint Test Unit-Nellis (JTU-N). AFJO JTU-N maintains a core staff to conduct joint tests. This staff is supplemented by a contract team. The JT team finalizes and executes the PMP. The team develops additional required documents, plans and events to support the overall JT. The JT team also develops detailed schedules for required documentation to meet JT&E program timelines. The team organizes JWAG and/or TTP working groups to socialize the problem set and solution with the warfighter. In addition, the team conducts periodic General Officer Steering Committee meetings with the sponsor and select group of endorsers to provide updates to the JT project Test Resource Plans (TRP). The PMP identifies in the annex section required test resources. AFJO JTU-N and the JT team develops and coordinate test resources as required during the test planning process. TRPs are also coordinated with the identified organizations to gain the required resources such as personnel or systems to execute the test. The test team can request the sponsor to assist in gaining test resources as necessary Planned test events. The PMP delineates the planned test events. These events include risk mitigation activities (RMA) or risk reduction events (RRE) as practice events for the test team; formal test events that address the bulk of the issues and measures or mini-test events that address a subset of the issues and measures Test article development/validation and refinement occurs throughout the JT. The test product are finalized after all test events and analysis are complete. The end result of a Joint Test is the Test Product. This Product is submitted to the product transition lead, identified on the JT nomination during the closedown period of the JT. (T-1) The JT out-brief and final report are provided to DOT&E at the conclusion of the JT project. (T-1) JT Resources. AFJO maintains office space and communications (including SECRET) at Nellis AFB, NV to support JT teams. However, JTs may have up to a specific number of test team personnel located elsewhere. The Sponsor and the organizational OPR provides a contracting officer s representative and assists in locating sufficient office space and equipment for the test team.

10 10 AFI MARCH JT Oversight. As the OTA, AFJO provides oversight for all AF nominated JTs. Support provided includes test management, operations analysis, and information, financial, and personnel security assistance to the test team. (T-1). 4. QRT Procedures. This section describes the procedures used to develop a test proposal into a formal JT&E nomination package; support contract award once a QRT is approved; and facilitate successful test management and oversight during the normal 12-month execution period. DOT&E issues tri-annual calls for QRT nominations generally in the Feb/May/Sep timeframe. AFJO subsequently issues the calls AF-wide with submission deadlines. Note: Regardless of proposal deadlines QRTs may be submitted to AFJO at any time during the year. Early submission provides additional time to coordinate with the AFJO staff, address any deficiencies in meeting the entry criteria, and plan briefings to key leaders for official endorsements of the test nominations Project submission. AFJO advocates for those QRT proposals that best meet the intent of the JT&E program. Critical factors evaluated include number of Services impacted, urgency and priority of operational shortfall, and ability to define a non-material solution within a 12-month period. When submitting QRT proposals, AFJO assists all nominating agencies in meeting the following requirements: QRT nominations are submitted in the JT&E Call for Nomination format. A nomination submission is considered complete when it includes both a whitepaper and brief. The project POC coordinates with AFJO to finalize the nomination. The POC and AFJO work together to identify briefers for the QRT Working Group along with other required SME support. (T-1) The project POC identifies the sponsor and product owner. The sponsor provides the necessary test director and SME personnel. AFJO and the POC collaborate to identify operational endorsers. Sponsors and operational endorsers provide specific capabilities (such as test assets or exercise venues). Sponsors and endorsers are from CCMDs, DOD Agencies and Services and are either Flag/General Officer or Senior Executive level. These letters demonstrate the project is joint. If all letters are from a single service, the package is considered single service and removed from consideration. (T-2) QRT nominations submitted after the AFJO deadline are accepted at the discretion of the AFJO commander. These nominations are required to be of equal maturity of existing nominations to be considered for inclusion in the QRT cycle The final QRT nomination package submitted to DOT&E includes a written nomination (i.e. whitepaper) and a nomination briefing describing the proposed QRT, a sponsor letter, at least one endorsement letter and OTA letter. Other endorsement letters continue to be sought during the DOT&E review process. (T-2) Review board. AFJO conducts a review board on all nominations requesting AF sponsorship. A formal briefing is presented to AFJO, by the proposed QRT TD or an acceptable alternate. AFJO then provides assistance to the project team in resolving the recommendations of the review board. (T-2).

11 AFI MARCH Prioritization. The AFJO Commander briefs all QRT nominations requesting AFJO as the OTA to the USAFWC/CC and AF/TE to collaborate and determine AF prioritization JT&E Review. DOT&E reviews the nomination and provides comments to the AFJO and OPR outlining any deficiencies. This allows the organization proposing the QRT to make additional improvements to the nomination package prior to the QRT Working Group (QRTWG). AFJO assists in this effort QRT Working Group. Three times per year, DOT&E convenes the QRTWG to screen the nominations for compliance with the JT&E entry criteria. Formal briefings are presented to the committee at the DOT&E facility in Suffolk, VA, by the proposed QRT TD or an acceptable alternate Updates. DOT&E allows additional updates based on QRT WG feedback to the nomination package prior to submission to the Executive Steering Group (ESG). AFJO assists in this effort Executive Steering Group. Three times per year, DOT&E transmits nominations vetted from the QRTWG via to the members of the ESG. ESG members vote their priorities in a return QRT Directive. After the ESG vote, the DD, AW issues a QRT Directive letter specifying the purpose, participants, responsibilities, expected deliverables, scheduling and budget guidance, and delegated authorities. There are a number of actions that need to be accomplished immediately after the QRT is directed to facilitate a timely contract award. These actions are accomplished by government personnel and are necessary to ensure an appropriate contract team is selected to execute the approved test. The 12-month execution period for QRTs does not start until task award occurs Initial Documentation. AFJO provides the QRT Director with templates, samples, and expertise to initiate the project. AFJO assists the QRT director in developing the Project Plan (PP) and supporting contract documentation. The QRT director needs to complete the PP and supporting contract documentation immediately after direction. Any delay to the PP and contract documentation delays the contract award and initiation of the 12-month test execution period The QRT director, with the support of AFJO, develops the Performance Work Statement, Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan, Independent Government Estimate, and PP Test Execution period. The 12-month test execution period begins once the QRT contract is awarded. The actual contract team may not arrive at the designated work location(s) until 5-10 working days after task award. Once the contract team reports for duty, the team with assistance of the QRT director, immediately develops the work breakdown structure, drafts the test plan and finalizes the schedule. Additionally, the team organizes a JWAG and/or TTP working group to socialize the problem set and solution with the warfighter Test Resource Plans (TRP). AFJO and the QRT team coordinate test resources as required during the test planning process. TRPs (if required) are coordinated with the

12 12 AFI MARCH 2017 identified organizations to gain the required resources such as personnel or systems to execute the test. The test team can request the sponsor to assist in gaining test resources as necessary Planned Test Events. Test events are finalized during development of the initial test plan. For some tests, planned events identified during the nomination process may be exchanged for better testing venues identified during the test planning process with the aid of contract SMEs. The QRT schedule should include either a RMA or RRE for the QRT team to dry run test execution, data collection, and analysis procedures Test article development/validation and refinement occurs throughout the QRT. The test product are finalized after all test events and analysis are complete. The test product(s) are transitioned to the identified product owner at the completion of the project. (T-1) The QRT Out-brief and final report are provided to DOT&E at the conclusion of the QRT project. (T-1) QRT Resources. AFJO maintains office space and communications (including SECRET) at Nellis AFB, NV to support QRT teams. Availability is dependent on prior occupancy by other projects. For QRTs located elsewhere, the organizational OPR provides a contracting officer s representative and assists in locating sufficient office space and equipment for the test team (approximately 3-4 personnel) QRT Oversight. As the OTA, AFJO provides oversight for all AF nominated QRTs. Support provided includes test management, operations analysis, and information, financial, and personnel security assistance to the test team Extremely Urgent QRT. Extremely Urgent QRTs are processed outside the standard DOT&E timeline and may be submitted directly to AFJO at any time. AFJO provides guidance for meeting the submission requirements. 5. CJT Procedures. This section describes the procedures for developing a test proposal into a CJT nomination package with assistance from AFJO. CJT nominations may be submitted directly to AFJO at any time. The CTAB meets as required to consider CJT nominations. JT and QRT nominations not selected by the DOT&E JT&E Program may be submitted for consideration by the CTAB. AFJO serves as the AF OTA for CJTs Initial Screening. The CTAB convenes quarterly (or as needed) to review test proposals. These proposals may include projects not sufficiently matured for submission to or not selected for continuation by the DOT&E JT&E Program, and projects submitted directly to AFJO for review by the CTAB CTAB Review. The CTAB selection criteria focus is the immediacy of the identified joint need, the availability of resources to conduct the test, and the feasibility of scheduling and completing the test events. There is no specified number of participants but the issue should require a joint solution. For the purpose of the CTAB, joint means any two Service or DOD entities with a mutual interest in resolving the issue Prioritization. The CTAB maintains a priority list of vetted test projects. The prioritization of proposals focuses on the level of AF need and level of effort required to implement the project.

13 AFI MARCH Memorandum of Agreement. Once the CTAB approves a project, it is removed from the priority list and preparation of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the participants is initiated. AFJO supports the drafting of the MOA which serves as the project management plan. The MOA specifies the participants and project lead, the resources, the venues, the schedule, documentation requirements, and test and operational products of the project. (T-1) Each CJT is required to prepare a test plan and a test report, and submit quarterly status reports to the CTAB. (T-1) Each CJT is required to prepare an operational summary of the test results for use in developing tactics, techniques, and procedures and instructional media. (T-1) The MOA is signed / approved by all participating organizations. Additional approvals of the MOA may be needed by equivalent commanders/directors of other- Service and DOD entities. (T-1) Project Oversight. AFJO provides the routine supervision and coordination of test activities to ensure compliance with the MOA, with authority to resolve issues within the scope of the MOA. Issues outside the scope of the MOA are addressed at the next CTAB for a determination to cancel the test, revise the MOA, or continue within scope. 6. Command Relationships OTA Designation. AFJO is designated the Operational Test Agency to administer and execute tests within the AF JT&E Program, including JTs, JFSs, QRTs, and CJTs Office of Primary Responsibility. All AF participation in the JT&E Program is coordinated through AFJO, in addition to providing and coordinating direct support of joint test projects. (T-1) JT&E Program Scope. AFJO is accountable to USAFWC/CC to ensure adequate support of the joint operational testing program as described under the JT&E program in DoDI AFJO executes the AF JT&E program on behalf of AF/TE per AFPD 99-1 and HAFMD (T-1) The JT&E program develops, tests and validates non-material solutions of fielded and soon to be fielded systems. JT&E provides feedback to the acquisition community; however it does not directly support system acquisition Waivers. Unless otherwise directed, waiver authority for contents within this AFI is AF/TE. Submit waiver requests to Headquarters, Air Force Test and Evaluation Policy, Programs, and Resources Division (HQ USAF/TEP), 1530 Air Force Pentagon, Washington DC DEVIN L. CATE Director, Test and Evaluation

14 14 AFI MARCH 2017 Attachment 1 GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION References DoDD, Special Access Program (SAP) Policy, 1 Jul 2010 DoDI , Joint Test and Evaluation (JT&E) Program, 12 Sep 2005 AFPD 99-1, Test and Evaluation, 3 Jun 2014 HAFMD 1-52, Director of Test and Evaluation, 8 Jan 2015 AFI , Publications and Forms Management, 1 Dec 2015 AFMAN33-363, Management of Record, 1 Mar 2008 Abbreviations and Acronyms AFB Air Force Base AFI Air Force Instruction AFJO Air Force Joint Test Program Office BOS Base Operations Support CCMD Combatant Command CJT Collaborative Joint Test CRE Consolidated Resource Estimate COR Contracting Officer s Representative CSAF Chief of Staff Air Force DOD Department of Defense DoDI Department of Defense Instruction DOT&E Director, Operational Test and Evaluation DD, AW DOT&E Deputy Director, Air Warfare ESG Executive Steering Group EU-QRT Extremely Urgent QRTs FSD Feasibility Study Director ISSA Inter-Service Support Agreement JFS Joint Feasibility Study JPO Joint Test & Evaluation Program Office JT Joint Test JTD Joint Test Director JT&E Joint Test and Evaluation

15 AFI MARCH JTU-N Joint Test Unit-Nellis JWAG Joint Warfighters Advisory Group M&S Modeling and Simulation MAJCOM Major Command MOA Memorandum of Agreement MRTFB Major Range and Test Facility Base OPR Office of Primary Responsibility OSD Office of Secretary of Defense PC Planning Committee PID Program Introduction Document PP Project Plan QRT Quick Reaction Test QRTWG QRT Working Group RMA Risk Mitigation Activities RRE Risk Reduction Events SAC Senior Advisory Council TAB Technical Advisory Board TRP Test Resource Plans TTP Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures UJTL Universal Joint Task List USAFWC United States Air Force Warfare Center Terms Air Force Joint Test Program Office (AFJO) AFJO is the office which facilitates all Air Force participation in the DOT&E JT&E process. The AFJO mission is to generate, develop, and support JT&E activities that enhance Air Force capabilities and mission effectiveness in joint operations. Consolidated Resource Estimate (CRE) A detailed estimate that identifies the resources necessary to conduct the proposed JT&E project. Executive Steering Group (ESG) An advisory body composed of senior Defense personnel that recommends to DD-AW which QRT nominations best support the JT&E purposes. Feasibility Study Director (FSD) The individual responsible to DOT&E, DD-AW for the execution of a JFS. Joint Feasibility Study (JFS) A formal study directed by the DOT&E, DD-AW to determine the feasibility of achieving the desired results within the schedule and resource constraints of the JT&E program. The JFS is the required precursor for a JT.

16 16 AFI MARCH 2017 Joint Test (JT ) - A test that responds to an issue of joint doctrine or interoperability that can be planned, executed, and implemented within two years. Joint Test and Evaluation (JT&E) Program JT&E is a program managed by DOT&E/DD- AW to address issues that impede or prevent the interoperability of the Services in achieving the goals of the Combatant Commands, Joint Commands, and Joint Task Forces. The DOT&E JT&E Program Office (JPO) manages the selection process, the execution of the joint test project, and the implementation of the results. DOT&E funds the program and the test projects. Joint Test Director (JTD) The individual responsible to DD-AW for the execution of a JT. Nomination A written proposal that provides justification for funding a test (QRT or JT) to resolve a joint operational issue. The process used to bring joint operational issues to the attention of the DD-AW for a funding decision. Operational Endorser A senior leader or executive recommending to the DD-AW that a specific test should be conducted due to the benefit expected to be derived from the project, and expresses intent to assist with SME, test venue, and/or resource support as applicable. Planning Committee (PC) An advisory body composed of working-level Defense personnel that provides the initial screening of the QRT nominations and recommends to the SAC which QRT nominations best support the JT&E purposes. Quick Reaction Test (QRT) A test that responds to an emerging joint operational issue or requirement that can be planned, executed, and implemented within one year. Sponsor This is the senior leader / organization that has the preponderance of the following: most interest in solving the problem, nominates and briefs the test to QRTWG or PC, provides SMEs, assists with test venues, provides the feasibility study and test director, and owns the test product and product transition. The sponsor provides material support to the JT&E project such as aircraft flying hours, equipment operating hours, information protection and assurance, specialized test equipment, functional training, personnel, etc. Senior Advisory Council (SAC) An advisory body composed of senior Defense personnel that recommends to DD-AW which JFS & JT nominations best support the JT&E purposes. Technical Advisory Board (TAB) An advisory body composed of Defense science and technology personnel that reviews the test planning progress of the JFS and recommends to the SAC which are seen as technically feasible and the level of risk to successful completion of the JT.

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