DODI 5000.75 Responsibilities
2.1. UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR ACQUISITION, TECHNOLOGY, AND LOGISITICS (USD(AT&L)). The USD(AT&L) is the Defense Acquisition Executive (DAE). The USD(AT&L):
a. Establishes policy and provides oversight for acquisition of business system Information systems that are operated by, for, or on behalf of the DoD, including: financial systems, financial data feeder systems, contracting systems, logistics systems, planning and budgeting systems, installations management systems, human resources management systems, and training and readiness systems. A business system does not include a national security system or an information system used exclusively by and within the defense commissary system or the exchange system or other instrumentality of the DoD conducted for the morale, welfare, and recreation of members of the armed forces using non-appropriated funds..
b. Delegates milestone decision authority (MDA) for assigned business systems in Table 1 of Section 3:
(1) To a DoD Component head, who then may delegate the authority to the Component Acquisition Executive (CAE), but no further for category I business systems.
(2) To another OSD official as the DAE considers appropriate.
2.2. DEPUTY CHIEF MANAGEMENT OFFICER (DCMO). The DCMO:
a. Establishes policy and provides oversight for Chief Management Officer (CMO) certification of business system investments.
b. Maintains the Business Enterprise Architecture The business enterprise architecture is a blueprint to guide the development of integrated business processes within DoD. It includes architectural viewpoints that display: capabilities, activities, processes, data, information exchanges, business rules, system functions, services, system data exchanges, technical standards, terms, and linkages to laws, regulations and policies. (BEA) and requires all functional strategies, capabilities, processes and systems to be reflected in the BEA.
c. Establishes policy and processes for:
(1) Business system capability portfolio management and its appropriate linkage to the BEA.
(2) Validation of business needs and identification of capability requirements for business systems.
d. Validates capability requirements for assigned business systems in Table 1 to align business capabilities to functional strategies.
e. Delegates requirements validation authority for assigned business systems in Table 1 to a Military Department (MILDEP) CMO.
f. May designate an information system that does not meet the Section 2222 of Title 10, U.S.C., definition to be treated as a business system, as a matter of policy, with the concurrence of the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the USD(AT&L).
2.3. DOD CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER (DOD CIO). The DoD CIO:
a. Establishes policy and provides oversight for CCA confirmation for business systems.
(1) Cybersecurity strategies for assigned business systems in Table 1 before ATP decisions or development contract awards.
(2) All Chief Information Officer (CIO) reviews of IT infrastructure and hosting solutions; DoD CIO will review for assigned business systems in Table 1.
2.4. DIRECTOR, COST ASSESSMENT AND PROGRAM EVALUATION. The Director, Cost Assessment Program Evaluation, establishes policies and procedures for the collection of cost data, the conduct of all cost estimates and analysis of solution approaches for the acquisition of business systems.