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response/operation given the design basis threat(s) postulated in Phase 1.
With the identification of each subsystem element required for the FSD, a
system implementation plan can be prepared with supporting documentation.  A
feedback process is incorporated for end user review and approval.  Preparation of System Design Documentation.  It is essential that
system design documentation developed as outputs to the security system
design process be consistent with the project schedule and applicable NAVFAC
documentation requirements.  Two basic project types establish the
requirements for these deliverables:  (1) the security system is a
stand-alone, retrofit, MCON, or O&M project at an existing facility; or (2)
the security system is an integral part of a large MCON project at a site
under design.  In the former instance, the design documentation is keyed
specifically to generation of engineering and procurement-related details
required for installation of an operational security system.  In the latter,
the security design documents are but a part of a total design package which
must be integrated in form and content with outputs of other contractors or
divisions.  Preliminary Engineering Stage.  This stage consists of
engineering studies, concepts, or Project Engineering Documentation (PED)
preparation necessary to ensure that requests for authorization and funding
of construction is on an economically sound basis.  The result of this stage
is economic and functional justification of a proposed project and will
normally comprise (1) a predesign conference, (2) a preliminary system
design incorporating red-lined drawings of proposed system locations and
elements, and (3) preliminary material lists and cost estimates. If
required, early in the Phase 1 description provided earlier, Military
Construction Project Data (DD Form 1391) may also be developed for Program
Objective Memorandum (POM) input for the Navy.  Project Design Stage.  This stage consists of the development of
detailed drawings, specifications, and cost estimates for authorized
military construction projects and/or repair or improvement projects.  The
PED provides the conceptual basis; this stage normally comprises three or
four submittals: (1) the 35 percent design with requisite analyses regarding
threat, specific vulnerabilities, and security system requirements.  These
reports should be evaluated individually for requirements regarding security
classification.  Preliminary drawings of site improvements and security
component location, system and subsystem option diagrams, and preliminary
material lists and cost analyses provide a foundation for discussions with
user activities, public works, or others as required for consensus on system
direction and cost/performance implications.  Normally, the NAVFAC design
process requires preparation of an outline specification, but in the more
complex system designs, the final selection of specific technical solutions
may not be sufficiently fixed at this first phase of the Project Design
Stage, (2) the prefinal submittal is at about the 90 percent phase and the
design will be essentially complete with final drawings, specifications,
schematics, scope of work, material lists, and cost analyses in a format
established by NAVFAC guidance.  If commercial equipment is to be specified,
NFGS-16727, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), will form the basis of this
document.  If military equipment is specified, appropriate technical
guidance should be sought from


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