Course NameLength
Acquisition Strategy Development Workshop2 days
Advanced Systems Engineering for Defense Workshop3 days
Agile Acquisition and Rapid Prototyping Training Workshop3 days
Cybersecurity in Defense Acquisition Workshop2 days
DoD System Acquisition Life Cycle Training2 days
DoD Systems Engineering Fundamentals | DoD 5000 Acquisition2 days
Ethical Considerations in Defense Acquisition Workshop1 day
Innovation in Defense Acquisition Training Workshop2 days
International Defense Cooperation and Acquisition Workshop3 days
Level of Repair Analysis (LORA) Training Bootcamp3 days
Logistics Product Data (LPD) Training2 days
Maintenance Task Analysis (MTA) Training2 days
Military Integrated Logistics Information System Course | MILIS Training Course2 days
Overview of Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)2 days
PPBE Training Workshop | Defense Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution3 days
Risk Management in Defense Acquisition Workshop2 days
Simplified Acquisition Management Plan (SAMP) Awareness and Development2 days
Sustainable Defense Acquisition Workshop2 days
Test & Evaluation Across the Acquisition Lifecycle2 days

6G for DoD

System Acquisition mainly refers to DoD Acquisition Process and as often referred to as a mission agency. Analyzing and describing how the Department of Defense (DoD) makes purchases, reference is often made to the Defense Acquisition System or System Acquisition.

The term System Acquisition implies much more than just the purchase of an item or service. The acquisition process encompasses analysis, design, engineering, construction, testing, deployment, sustainment, support and disposal of systems or related items purchased from a contractor or a group of contractors. There are three steps that a system must go through before it can be used. These steps are identifying a need, establishing a budget, and acquiring the system. These processes are formally referred to as: The Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) which is the process used for identifying warfighter requirements, The Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution System (PPBE) used for allocating resources and budgeting, and Finally, The Defense Acquisition System (DAS) for developing and/or buying an item

Tonex offers comprehensive System Acquisition courses designed to equip professionals with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in the complex world of system procurement and integration. Our expert-led training covers key concepts, methodologies, and best practices in system acquisition, ensuring participants are well-prepared for success in this critical field.

Who Should Attend: These courses are ideal for professionals working in government, defense, aerospace, and technology industries, including program managers, procurement officers, engineers, and project leads. Anyone involved in the acquisition and integration of complex systems will benefit from our training.

Key Topics to Learn:

  • System Acquisition Lifecycle Management
  • Requirements Analysis and Specification
  • Risk Management in Acquisition
  • Cost Estimation and Budgeting
  • Vendor Evaluation and Selection
  • Contract Management and Negotiation
  • System Integration and Testing
  • Quality Assurance and Compliance
  • Configuration Management
  • Post-Acquisition Support and Sustainment

Join Tonex to gain a deep understanding of system acquisition processes and enhance your career prospects in this dynamic field.