4. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
4.1 Reliability program
The contractor shall establish and maintain an efficient reliability programs to support economical achievement of overall program objectives. To be considered efficient, a reliability program shall
(1) improve Operational readiness and mission success of the major end-item;
(2) reduce item demand for maintenance manpower and logistic support;
(3) provide essential management information; and
(4) hold down its own impact on overall program cost and schedule
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This standard provides general requirements and specific tasks for reliability programs during the development, production, and initial deployment of systems and equipment.
1.2.1 Application of standard
Tasks described in this standard are to be selectively applied in DOD contract-definitized procurements, request for proposals, statements of work, and Government in-house developments requiring reliability programs for the development, Production, and initial deployment of systems and equipment. The word “contractor” herein also includes Government activities developing military systems and
1.2.2 Tailoring of task descriptions
Task descriptions are intended to be tailored as required by governing regulations and as appropriate to particular systems or equipment program type, magnitude, and funding. When preparing this proposal, the contractor may include additional tasks or task modifications with supporting rationale for each addition or modification.