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EID (12V)194532636 Orig. Part No. (1P)1234 Serial No. (S)786950. UID as an Enabler of Sustained Materiel Readiness. David Pauling, ADUSD (MPP&R) Depot UID Off-Site 23 February, 2005. Provide Centralized Maintenance Policy & Management Oversight

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David pauling adusd mpp r depot uid off site 23 february 2005

EID (12V)194532636

Orig. Part No. (1P)1234

Serial No. (S)786950

UID as an Enabler of

Sustained Materiel Readiness

David Pauling, ADUSD (MPP&R)

Depot UID Off-Site

23 February, 2005


Mpp r materiel readiness responsibilities

Provide Centralized Maintenance Policy & Management Oversight

All Weapon Systems & Military Equipment

Establish & Maintain Maintenance Policies & Programs

Managerially And Technologically Sound

Adequately Resourced

Maintain Necessary Levels Of Weapon System & Equipment Readiness

Principal Advisor For Materiel Readiness & Sustainment Policies/Procedures

Major Weapon Systems & Combat Support Equipment

Integrates Materiel Readiness Aspects Across L&MR

Influence Resource Allocation Decisions

Enhance Materiel Readiness Policies & Procedures

Provide Materiel Readiness Oversight

Initiate Focused Studies

MPP&R Materiel ReadinessResponsibilities


Integrated sustainment performance objectives

What matters to the Warfighter?

Materiel that should be available is available

At the planned location

At the planned time

In the planned material condition

Materiel that becomes unavailable is repaired or replaced

Within the planned sustainment cycle time

At the planned sustainment rate

At the planned sustainment cost

Integrated SustainmentPerformance Objectives


Sustained materiel readiness is primarily a function of hardware reliability repair cycle time

DRMO

Ship

BER

Trouble-

shoot

Depot

Repair

Induct

at

Depot

Test

Ship

Package/Preserve

Wholesale

Supply

Purchase

Ship

Ship

Ship

Wholesale

Supply

Package/Preserve

Trouble-

shoot

Retail

Supply

Ship

Field

Repair, I-level

War

Reserve

Remove

Field

Repair

O-level

Test

Trouble-

shoot

X

Retail

Supply

Use/Break

Test

Install

2500 Acft/5000 Firewalls

Sustained Materiel Readinessis Primarily a Function ofHardware Reliability & Repair Cycle Time

RFI

Planned Sustainment Cycle Time

Vs.

Actual Sustainment Cycle Time

End-to-End H-60

Sustainment Value Chain

(T-700 Engine Availability)

Non-RFI

Planned Materiel Availably

Vs.

Actual Materiel Availability


Optimizing materiel readiness reliability cycle time vs cost

Optimizing Materiel ReadinessReliability & Cycle-Time vs. Cost

Life-cycle cost

(acquisition + O&S)

more

Drive reliability

up to

optimum level

reliability

Sustainment cycle-time

less

Drive

sustainment

cycle time

down to

optimum level

Cost of Readiness

Lower $

Higher $

(O&S only)

R&D/ACQ Only

Higher $

Lower $

R&D/ACQ/O&S

Lowest $

Higher $

Higher $


Optimizing sustainment costs how much should materiel readiness cost

Optimizing Sustainment CostsHow much should Materiel Readiness cost?

Insufficient Sustainment

Production

(excess materiel replacement cost)

higher

Excess Sustainment

Production

(excess infrastructure cost)

Cost of Materiel Readiness

Balanced Sustainment

Production

(production rate

balanced with demand

= “should cost”)

lower

RFU Materiel Produced

and Delivered by End-to-End

Sustainment Value Stream

Below Entitlement

Above Entitlement


David pauling adusd mpp r depot uid off site 23 february 2005

Building the Optimum

Sustainment Budget

mission-based operational

readiness requirement

mission-based materiel

readiness requirement

START

SPG/CPG

Seek to

reduce

sustainment

costs

“WAR PLAN”

Required Amount of

RFI Materiel

(installed + uninstalled)

Required Number of

RFI Weapons

INTEGRATED

BUDGET

INTEGRATED

MANAGEMENT PLAN

R&D

YES

S&T

SAFETY STANDARDS

Technical PLAN

Design

READINESS

BASED

MATERIEL

REQUIREMENTS

MODEL

EQUIPMENT RELIABILITY

PROCUREMENT

INTEGRATED REPAIR/BUILD

CYCLE TIME PLAN

MAINT/RCM STRATEGY

MATERIEL

READINESS

GOALS

ACHIEVED?

O&M

PIPELINE

COMMON METRICS

In Svc

Eng/Log

SPARES FORECASTING

& PROCUREMENT PLAN

PLANNING

FACTORS

DEPOT

MATERIEL TRANSPORTATION

DISTRIBUTION PLAN

  • DLR

NO

WCF

Seek to increase

sustainment performance


David pauling adusd mpp r depot uid off site 23 february 2005

Strategic Plan

Data Is Required for Informed Decision-Making

  • OSD and DoD Components

    • Document mission-based materiel readiness requirements

    • Resource to efficiently achieve and sustain planned materiel availability in support of required readiness

    • Evaluate the performance of the sustainment value chain

    • If performance matches plan, seek to reduce the cost of sustainment; if performance is below plan, seek to increase value chain performance

  • Five Pillars for Sustaining Materiel Readiness

    • Policy

    • Measuring materiel readiness

    • Optimizing materiel reliability

    • Optimizing sustainment turnaround time/cycle time

    • Balancing resources

UID/SIM

enables

this!


Expected meeting outcomes

Goal: achieve common understanding and shared expectations of the UID parts marking and data management responsibilities which have been assigned, or will be assigned to our organic depots.

Objective: standardize as much of our UID implementation strategy as makes sense, avoiding duplication of effort and redundant investment.

Expected Meeting Outcome: achieve consensus on the preferred alternative for meeting key depot UID responsibilities, in particular:

Funding UID implementation,

Roles & responsibilities of the cognizant Program Manager/Item Manager,

Business rules for engineering involvement in direct parts marking at the organic depots, and

Depot processes for UID data transaction and data management, to include SNT/SIM.

Expected Meeting Outcomes


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