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Academic Year/course: 2019/20

578 - Master's in Direction and Management of Defense Procurement Systems

68650 - Defence systems acquisition policy


Syllabus Information

Academic Year:
2019/20
Subject:
68650 - Defence systems acquisition policy
Faculty / School:
179 - Centro Universitario de la Defensa - Zaragoza
Degree:
578 - Master's in Direction and Management of Defense Procurement Systems
ECTS:
9.0
Year:
1
Semester:
Annual
Subject Type:
Compulsory
Module:
---

1. General information

2. Learning goals

3. Assessment (1st and 2nd call)

4. Methodology, learning tasks, syllabus and resources

4.1. Methodological overview

Teaching shall be semi-presential combining virtual sessions and presential sessions on a monthly minimum basis. These presential sessions will focus on setting out to the students the most important ideas of each of the subjects integrating the training package.

  • NON PRESENCIAL ACTIVITIES. All the activities will be carried out through the virtual campus, thus providing the students access to the documents containing both the evaluable subjects as well as the reference documentation required to go deeper into the subject. In addition, this kind of teaching will facilitate teacher-student interaction by means of chats and forums throughout the course.

  • PRESENCIAL-VIRTUAL ACTIVITIES. Some of the subjects will be delivered in virtual sessions in which the teacher will connect to a videoconference platform while students will connect from their own devices, so their presence will not be required. These classes will be performed through a multiple videoconference platform, allowing students and teachers to build a teaching community where doubts, reflections and opinions can be shared.

  • PRESENTIAL ACTIVITIES. These consist of traditional type lectures in which the key issues of every subject are addressed and students can get to know first-hand the teacher behind each didactic unit. They will take place in those facilities in Madrid designated by the Ministry of Defense.

4.2. Learning tasks

In order to achieve the objectives, the following activities shall be carried out:

  • Presential sessions: theoretical and practical activities promoting student participation.
  • Virtual sessions: theoretical and practical activities carried out in a virtual manner.
  • Distance teaching: activities carried out through the campus providing students with a great amount of material to work with.
  • Teacher-student interaction using chats and forums developed throughout the session.

4.3. Syllabus

Section 1

1. Defense system procurement policies

  1. Introduction to public policies

  2. Armament and Materiel policy

  3. R&D policicy

  4. Industrial policy

2. Defense innovation

  1. ETID (Defense Technology and Innovation Strategy)

  2. Technological prospective

  3. National cooperation in R&D

  4. International cooperation in R&D

3. Defense Industry

  1. Defense Industrial Strategy (EID)

  2. Defense Market

  3. Industrial cooperation mechanisms

  4. Business associations and platforms

4. Organization

  1. Introduction to organizations

  2. DGAM ́s organization

  3. Programs Offices

  4. Other bodies of the Public Administration (AGE) related to procurement policy.

Section 2

5. Defense planning cycle

1. Militaryplanning
2. Resource planning
3. Process harmonization

6. Resources planning and programming process

1. Armament and materiel requirements

2. Objectives of materiel resources

3. Resources programming

4. Long term planning

5. Director Plan and sectorial director plans

6. Coordination mechanisms

7. Resourcing process

1. Conceptualphase

2. Definition and decision phase

3. Execution Phase

4. Service Phase

 

Section 3

8. Defense Systems Support

1. Rationalization of support

2. Logistic support concept

9. Information security in the resourcing process

10. Quality in the resourcing process

1. Quality assurance in Defense procurement programs

2. Quality planning in Defense procurement programs

11. Technical services in the resourcing process

1. Homologation
2. Standardization
3. Cataloging
4. REACH exemptions

12. Armament and explosives regulations

13. Specific rules applicable to obtaining air systems.

1. Aeronavegability

2. EMAR regulations

 

4.4. Course planning and calendar

This is a 9 ETCS course, totaling 225 hours, of which 90 hours are dedicated to the subjects taught by the teachers and

135 hours is the time dedicated to the additional work carried out by the students. Each section represents one third of the teaching load of the course.

There will be 4 presential sessions consisting of 18 hours of lectures and two hours of virtual classes. The rest of the activities up to 90 hours shall be carried out as distance classes.

Teaching shall be semi-presential, combining virtual teaching sessions and presential sessions at least once a month. These presential sessions will be dedicated to assessment tasks and to those thematic blocks in which the students’ presence, due to their content, helps to increase the comprehension of the subject.

4.5. Bibliography and recommended resources

-  Ley Orgánica 05/2005, de Defensa Nacional.

-  Ley 24/2011, de contratos del sector público en los ámbitos de la defensa y de la seguridad.

-  Real Decreto 137/1993, por el que se aprueba el Reglamento de Armas.

-  Real Decreto 2200/1995, Reglamento de la Infraestructura para la Calidad y la Seguridad Industrial.

-  Real Decreto 184/2008, por el que se aprueba el Estatuto de la Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea.

- Real Decreto 165/2010, Reglamento de homologación de productos de específica utilización en el ámbito de la defensa.

- Real Decreto 166/2010, Reglamento de catalogación de material de la defensa.

- Real Decreto 1237/2011, aplicación de exenciones por razones de defensa, en materia de registro, evaluación, autorización y restricción de sustancias y mezclas químicas.

-  Real Decreto 866/2015, por el que se aprueba el Reglamento de Aeronavegabilidad de la Defensa.

-  Real Decreto 130/2017, por el que se aprueba el Reglamento de Explosivos.

-  Real Decreto 998/2017, estructura básica del Ministerio de Defensa.

-  Orden PRE/2507/2010, Reglamento de Normalización Militar de Materiales.

-  Orden Ministerial 81/2001, Normas de Protección en Contratos del Ministerio de Defensa.

-  Orden Ministerial 76/2006, política de seguridad de la información del Ministerio de Defensa.

- Orden DEF/1056/2013, procedimiento para la solicitud y obtención de certificados de exención por razones de defensa, en materia de registro, evaluación, autorización y restricción de sustancias químicas como tales o en forma de mezclas químicas o contenidas en artículos.

-  Orden INT/2202/2014, régimen aplicable a las reproducciones o réplicas de armas de fuego antiguas.

-  Orden Ministerial 60/2015, proceso de planeamiento de la Defensa.

- Instrucción 39/1998, del SEDEF, calidad en los contratos de suministros, consultorías y asistencias, y de servicios para el armamento y material de defensa.

-  Instrucción 5/2008, del SEDEF, sostenimiento del armamento y material.

-  Instrucción 2/2011, del SEDEF, proceso de planeamiento y programación de recursos financieros y materiales.

-  Instrucción 67/2011, del SEDEF, proceso de obtención de recursos materiales.

-  Instrucción 72/2012, del SEDEF, gestión de programas de armamento y material.

- Instrucción 52/2013, del SEDEF, Normas para la Seguridad de la Información del Ministerio de Defensa en poder de las empresas.

- Instrucción 53/2016, del SEDEF, Normas para la aplicación de la Política de Seguridad de la Información del Ministerio de Defensa.


Academic Year/course: 2019/20

578 - Master's in Direction and Management of Defense Procurement Systems

68650 - Defence systems acquisition policy


Syllabus Information

Academic Year:
2019/20
Subject:
68650 - Defence systems acquisition policy
Faculty / School:
179 - Centro Universitario de la Defensa - Zaragoza
Degree:
578 - Master's in Direction and Management of Defense Procurement Systems
ECTS:
9.0
Year:
1
Semester:
Annual
Subject Type:
Compulsory
Module:
---

1. General information

2. Learning goals

3. Assessment (1st and 2nd call)

4. Methodology, learning tasks, syllabus and resources

4.1. Methodological overview

Teaching shall be semi-presential combining virtual sessions and presential sessions on a monthly minimum basis. These presential sessions will focus on setting out to the students the most important ideas of each of the subjects integrating the training package.

  • NON PRESENCIAL ACTIVITIES. All the activities will be carried out through the virtual campus, thus providing the students access to the documents containing both the evaluable subjects as well as the reference documentation required to go deeper into the subject. In addition, this kind of teaching will facilitate teacher-student interaction by means of chats and forums throughout the course.

  • PRESENCIAL-VIRTUAL ACTIVITIES. Some of the subjects will be delivered in virtual sessions in which the teacher will connect to a videoconference platform while students will connect from their own devices, so their presence will not be required. These classes will be performed through a multiple videoconference platform, allowing students and teachers to build a teaching community where doubts, reflections and opinions can be shared.

  • PRESENTIAL ACTIVITIES. These consist of traditional type lectures in which the key issues of every subject are addressed and students can get to know first-hand the teacher behind each didactic unit. They will take place in those facilities in Madrid designated by the Ministry of Defense.

4.2. Learning tasks

In order to achieve the objectives, the following activities shall be carried out:

  • Presential sessions: theoretical and practical activities promoting student participation.
  • Virtual sessions: theoretical and practical activities carried out in a virtual manner.
  • Distance teaching: activities carried out through the campus providing students with a great amount of material to work with.
  • Teacher-student interaction using chats and forums developed throughout the session.

4.3. Syllabus

Section 1

1. Defense system procurement policies

  1. Introduction to public policies

  2. Armament and Materiel policy

  3. R&D policicy

  4. Industrial policy

2. Defense innovation

  1. ETID (Defense Technology and Innovation Strategy)

  2. Technological prospective

  3. National cooperation in R&D

  4. International cooperation in R&D

3. Defense Industry

  1. Defense Industrial Strategy (EID)

  2. Defense Market

  3. Industrial cooperation mechanisms

  4. Business associations and platforms

4. Organization

  1. Introduction to organizations

  2. DGAM ́s organization

  3. Programs Offices

  4. Other bodies of the Public Administration (AGE) related to procurement policy.

Section 2

5. Defense planning cycle

1. Militaryplanning
2. Resource planning
3. Process harmonization

6. Resources planning and programming process

1. Armament and materiel requirements

2. Objectives of materiel resources

3. Resources programming

4. Long term planning

5. Director Plan and sectorial director plans

6. Coordination mechanisms

7. Resourcing process

1. Conceptualphase

2. Definition and decision phase

3. Execution Phase

4. Service Phase

 

Section 3

8. Defense Systems Support

1. Rationalization of support

2. Logistic support concept

9. Information security in the resourcing process

10. Quality in the resourcing process

1. Quality assurance in Defense procurement programs

2. Quality planning in Defense procurement programs

11. Technical services in the resourcing process

1. Homologation
2. Standardization
3. Cataloging
4. REACH exemptions

12. Armament and explosives regulations

13. Specific rules applicable to obtaining air systems.

1. Aeronavegability

2. EMAR regulations

 

4.4. Course planning and calendar

This is a 9 ETCS course, totaling 225 hours, of which 90 hours are dedicated to the subjects taught by the teachers and

135 hours is the time dedicated to the additional work carried out by the students. Each section represents one third of the teaching load of the course.

There will be 4 presential sessions consisting of 18 hours of lectures and two hours of virtual classes. The rest of the activities up to 90 hours shall be carried out as distance classes.

Teaching shall be semi-presential, combining virtual teaching sessions and presential sessions at least once a month. These presential sessions will be dedicated to assessment tasks and to those thematic blocks in which the students’ presence, due to their content, helps to increase the comprehension of the subject.

4.5. Bibliography and recommended resources

-  Ley Orgánica 05/2005, de Defensa Nacional.

-  Ley 24/2011, de contratos del sector público en los ámbitos de la defensa y de la seguridad.

-  Real Decreto 137/1993, por el que se aprueba el Reglamento de Armas.

-  Real Decreto 2200/1995, Reglamento de la Infraestructura para la Calidad y la Seguridad Industrial.

-  Real Decreto 184/2008, por el que se aprueba el Estatuto de la Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea.

- Real Decreto 165/2010, Reglamento de homologación de productos de específica utilización en el ámbito de la defensa.

- Real Decreto 166/2010, Reglamento de catalogación de material de la defensa.

- Real Decreto 1237/2011, aplicación de exenciones por razones de defensa, en materia de registro, evaluación, autorización y restricción de sustancias y mezclas químicas.

-  Real Decreto 866/2015, por el que se aprueba el Reglamento de Aeronavegabilidad de la Defensa.

-  Real Decreto 130/2017, por el que se aprueba el Reglamento de Explosivos.

-  Real Decreto 998/2017, estructura básica del Ministerio de Defensa.

-  Orden PRE/2507/2010, Reglamento de Normalización Militar de Materiales.

-  Orden Ministerial 81/2001, Normas de Protección en Contratos del Ministerio de Defensa.

-  Orden Ministerial 76/2006, política de seguridad de la información del Ministerio de Defensa.

- Orden DEF/1056/2013, procedimiento para la solicitud y obtención de certificados de exención por razones de defensa, en materia de registro, evaluación, autorización y restricción de sustancias químicas como tales o en forma de mezclas químicas o contenidas en artículos.

-  Orden INT/2202/2014, régimen aplicable a las reproducciones o réplicas de armas de fuego antiguas.

-  Orden Ministerial 60/2015, proceso de planeamiento de la Defensa.

- Instrucción 39/1998, del SEDEF, calidad en los contratos de suministros, consultorías y asistencias, y de servicios para el armamento y material de defensa.

-  Instrucción 5/2008, del SEDEF, sostenimiento del armamento y material.

-  Instrucción 2/2011, del SEDEF, proceso de planeamiento y programación de recursos financieros y materiales.

-  Instrucción 67/2011, del SEDEF, proceso de obtención de recursos materiales.

-  Instrucción 72/2012, del SEDEF, gestión de programas de armamento y material.

- Instrucción 52/2013, del SEDEF, Normas para la Seguridad de la Información del Ministerio de Defensa en poder de las empresas.

- Instrucción 53/2016, del SEDEF, Normas para la aplicación de la Política de Seguridad de la Información del Ministerio de Defensa.