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CAPABILITY MATRIX

The purpose of the Capability Matrix is to evaluate your past experience against

current requirements and thus reveal the level of capability you have to perform

the current requirement. By default, the Capability Matrix will reveal those areas

of requirements (tasks) where you do not have capability and must either buy

the capability (includes hiring knowledgeable personnel), develop the capability,

no-bid the task or requirement, or take a risk in performing the task or requirement.

The Capability Matrix either feeds or is fed by the Experience Window (see

Attachment 12) and/or the Risk List (see Attachment 3).

Create a matrix similar to the one shown in Table A10-1 and list all the

requirements or tasks (this includes the contents of referenced documents as

well as explicitly included documents) along the side and the programs (including

IR&D programs) that the enterprise has performed across the top. Every

T a b l e A 1 0 - 1 — C a p a b i l i t y M a t r i x

Project A Project B Project C Project D Project E Project F

Task 1 X

Task 2 X X X

Task 3

Task 4 X

Task 5 X X

Task 6 X

Task 7 X

Task 8 X X

Task 9

requirement or task should have an ‘‘X’’ at the intersect with at least one program.

If not, continue with the process to try to bring the requirement to within

your capabilities.