Definition Edit

A Problem Statement is

[t]he foundation of the Business Case that serves to document that a problem exists and is worth solving. The Problem Statement ensures that an analysis has been performed to consider whether the business need can be solved without a materiel solution (results of the DOTMLPF analysis); that external influences have been identified; and that success factors have been defined and can be measured (i.e., what is the criteria for verifying the problem has been solved). The Problem Statement also determines if a materiel solution is required.[1]

References Edit

  1. Acquisition Policy for Defense Business Systems, at 39.

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