DEFINITION
Preliminary Design Review

A review conducted on each configuration item to evaluate the progress, technical adequacy, and risk resolution of the selected design approach; to determine its compatibility with performance and engineering requirements of the development specification; and to establish the existence and compatibility of the physical and functional interfaces among the item and other items of equipment, facilities, computer programs, and personnel. Conducted during Phase I, Demonstration and Validation (for prototypes), and Phase II, Engineering and Manufacturing Development.

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