The operations required to support the on-orbit Space Station Freedom activities planned or being studied will be complex. Operational capability to perform tasks will be dependent on many factors such as manpower availability, logistics, other tasks being worked and Space Station configuration. This effort uses information available about these and other factors to perform operations analysis for given missions and determine the feasibility of target configuration concepts to support those missions. Studies have been conducted to determine processing requirements for a number of potential evolutionary missions on the Space Station Freedom. These studies have identified the need for growth of the Space Station in various ways. Some of the studies have dealt with the operational needs for the particular mission that they are concerned with, but none have looked at the total evolutionary operations requirement. In order to pursue the subject of overall on-orbit operations to any appreciable level of detail, data bases of operational on-orbit tasks need to be compiled, and an analysis tool is needed to assist the analyst. A number of existing operations tools have been reviewed, and none have been found to satisfactorily perform the functions needed to analyze integrated operations requirements for the evolutionary Space Station Freedom. However, during the tool review, some existing applications were found to provide subsets of the required functionality, and these are being considered for incorporation into the analysis tool.