Information on Acquisition Phase
In systems engineering, the system lifecycle can be broken into
two main phases: the Acquisition Phase and the
Utilisation Phase. In the Acquisition Phase the system
is developed from a single statement of need to a
deliverable system with all supporting, or enabling, products. The Acquisition
Phase ends with acceptance testing (Formal Qualification Review)
after which the system is introduced into service and the
Utilisation Phase begins.
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