Not just the big milestone decisions, but all the small decisions that lead up to them.
What does MD stand for?
MD stands for Milestone Decision
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Samples in periodicals archive:
For acquisition documents, information must be relevant in servicing at least two critical needs: those of program manager and those of the milestone decision authority in making the right business decision.
The results of the WIN-T Increment 1a PVT and WIN-T Increment 1a IOT will be summarized in the ATEC System Evaluation Report in support of a Materiel Release of WIN-T Increment 1a by the Milestone Decision Authority.
8 August, 2007 marked another significant event for cost estimating when the Undersecretary of the Air Force, the Service Acquisition Executive, and Air Force Comptroller signed guidance that man dates cost estimates and non-advocate cost assessment be prepared and updated annually and used in milestone decisions, PPBE deliberations, source selections, Nunn-McCurdy Cost Breaches, and Analysis of Alternatives expected to meet major program thresholds.
The purpose and timing of the three Milestone Decision Points and the three Major Decision Reviews are also covered, as are the roles of key players such as the Program Manager and the Milestone Decision Authority.
Byline: Bill Doult Stockton asylum seeker Edneth Gotora was today cautiously putting thoughts of celebration "on hold" despite a milestone decision which could save her from deportation.
A qualified consultant will not push you into making a decision, but facilitate the path and set milestone decision points for you.