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1. Aircraft Sustainment Directorate Col Mark Beierle OC-ALC/GK 09 Aug 11

2. Today’s Flight Plan Directorate Overview Warfighter Focus Keep ‘em Flying Modernize & Sustain Today Plan for Tomorrow 2

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4. Aerospace Sustainment Directorate OC-ALC/GK Responsibilities 4

5. Integrated Effort 5

6. OC-ALC Strategic Goals #1. Meet customer Aircraft Availability requirements #3. Improve depot maintenance productivity to maximize opportunities #4. Improve mission readiness & support 6 Today we are going to take a look at the 327th Aircraft Sustainment Wing, with an in depth look at the Groups I will also highlight some of the current transformation initiatives in work in ASW today. Today we are going to take a look at the 327th Aircraft Sustainment Wing, with an in depth look at the Groups I will also highlight some of the current transformation initiatives in work in ASW today.

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9. CLS Sustainment Division Col Joseph Stupic OC-ALC/GKS 09 Aug 11 9

10. Mission: Serves as the Single Manager and AFMC Center of Excellence for USAF Commercial Derivative Aircraft What we do: OC-ALC/GKS provides worldwide sustainment and modification support for multiple operating commands and Federal Agencies How we do it: Fleet support for assigned weapon systems Contractor Maintenance and Supply Sustainment Contracts Modifications 10 CLS Sustainment Division OC-ALC/GKS

11. 11 Competitive Requirements Snapshot C-21 CLS Support Source Selection Procure O/D level Maintenance, COMBS, Modification Engineering Est RFP 1st Qtr FY12; Award ECD, 4th Qtr FY12 C-20/C-37 CLS Support Source Selection Procure O/D level Maintenance, COMBS, Modification Engineering Est RFP 4th Qtr FY11; Award ECD, 4th Qtr FY12

12. None Sole Source Requirements Snapshot 12 Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date. Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date.

13. Summary Sustainment & modernization programs keeping CLS healthy to 2016+ Partnership with industry is key to success 2 potential CLS Source Selection opportunities possible 13

14. E-3 Sustainment Division Mr. Thomas J. Ramsey OC-ALC/GKJ 09 Aug 11 14

15. Mission: E-3’s mission is Airborne Warning and Control w/integrated battle management What we do: SPM provides life cycle AWACS sustainment and modernization How we do it: Maintenance Requirements Management Sustaining Engineering Modifications and Upgrades Technical Coordination Group Developmental Manager (Hanscom AFB) 15 E-3 Sustainment Division OC-ALC/GKJ

16. E-3 Vertical Stabilizer Modification Reinforces panels on stabilizer RFP release 4th Qtr FY11; contract award 4th Qtr FY11 E-3 Flight Crew Seats (Tentative) Replace Flight Crew Seats RFP release 2nd Qtr FY12; contract award 4th Qtr FY12 Competitive Requirements Snapshot 16 Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date. Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date.

17. Radar Sustaining Engineering Engineering support for E-3 Radar System RFP release 4th Qtr FY11; contract award 3rd Qtr FY12 Airframe Sustaining Engineering Engineering support for E-3 Airframe RFP closed; contract award 1st Qtr FY12 Sole Source Requirements Snapshot 17 Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date. Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date.

18. Summary Sustainment & modernization programs will keep AWACS healthy to 2035 Partnership with industry is key to success 4 potential E-3 contracts available 18

19. Propulsion Sustainment Division Mr. Paul Waugh OC-ALC/GKG 09 Aug 11 19

20. Mission Worldwide sustainment of assigned aircraft engines, supporting Air Force, Army, Navy, federal agencies, and multiple foreign countries What we do Near term: Readiness--Lead integrator for all propulsion sustainment issues Long term: Fleet Health--Program, financial, contract management, inventory tracking, and accountability How we do it Near term: Repair Network Integration (RNI), teams with users, maintenance, and supply chain Long term: Quarterly Leading Health Indicators (LHI) 6, 12, and 36 month on all engines Engine Life Management Plan--Holistic approach to engine fleet health management 20 Propulsion Sustainment Division OC-ALC/GKG

21. Water Wash Program Provide a Thorough Cleaning of Engine Core Using Pure, Deionized, and Atomized Water Initial requirement for F108-100 (KC-135), F108-201 (T/RC-135), TF39 (C-5A/B), and TF33-103 (B-52), TF33-5/9 (O/WC-135), TF33-100 (E-3), and TF33-102C (E-8) engines Expansion to Other Pylon-Mounted Engines Possible (e.g. F138 (C-5M)) RFP release 1st Qtr FY12; contract award 3rd Qtr FY12 Competitive Requirements Snapshot 21 Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date. Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date.

22. Summary Propulsion Sustainment is our business Near and Long term processes in place to support the warfighter 22

23. B-52 Sustainment Division Mr. Edward O. Rua OC-ALC/GKD 09 Aug 11 23

24. Mission: To protect our nation by modernizing and sustaining the B-52 fleet, ensuring continued AF Power Projection What we do: OC-ALC/GKD provides life cycle sustainment and modernization for the B-52 How we do it: Fleet support Programmed Depot Maintenance (PDM) Modifications Repair/sustainment programs 24 B-52 Sustainment Division OC-ALC/GKD

25. None Competitive Requirements Snapshot 25 Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date. Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date.

26. B-52 Block Cycle Software Maintenance Engineering Support Provides engineering services for B-52 Block Cycle Software Maintenance Est RFP release 1st Qtr FY12; Est contract award 2nd Qtr FY12 B-52 Multi-Mode Receiver-2020 (MMR-2020) ICS & Depot Maintenance Activation Provides engineering services, provisioning, depot level technical data for B-52 MMR-2020 Est RFP release 1st Qtr FY12; Est contract award 2nd Qtr FY12 Sole Source Requirements Snapshot 26 Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date. Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date.

27. Summary Sustainment & modernization programs keeping B-52 flyable and viable through 2040 Partnership with industry is key to success No potential B-52 competitive contracts projected 27

28. C/KC-135 Sustainment Division Col Bob “Wrench” Torick OC-ALC/GKC 09 Aug 11 28

29. Mission: KC-135 Stratotanker’s principle mission is aerial refueling, contributing to the Air Force’s Global Reach and Global Power missions What we do: OC-ALC/GKC provides life cycle sustainment and modernization for the KC-135 How we do it: Programmed Depot Maintenance (PDM) Fleet support Modifications Repair/sustainment programs 29 C/KC-135 Sustainment Division OC-ALC/GKC

30. KC-135 Warning Horn Replacement Replace obsolete and outdated item RFP 4th Qtr FY11; Award ECD, 2nd Qtr FY12 KC-135 Multi-Point Refueling System (MPRS) Control Panel Prevention of inadvertent hose jettison RFP 4th Qtr FY11; Award ECD, 2nd Qtr FY12 Cargo Lighting Improve lighting for crew to monitor passenger safety/comfort RFP 4th Qtr FY11; Award ECD, 2nd Qtr FY12 KC-135 Ruddevator Retention Sleeve Rectifies ruddevator retention issue RFP 2nd Qtr FY12; Award ECD, 3rd Qtr FY12 Competitive Requirements Snapshot 30 Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date. Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date.

31. T.O. Sustainment Contract Sustain all MX/flight manuals with up-to-date information and procedures RFP 1st Qtr FY12; Award ECD, 2nd Qtr FY12 GATM Mod for France Modify 3 KC-135R Aircraft RFP 1st Qtr FY12; Award ECD, 2nd Qtr FY12 Control Column Actuated Brake (CCAB) Kits for Singapore and France (18 ea) RFP 4th Qtr FY11; Award ECD, 1st Qtr FY12 Sole Source Requirements Snapshot 31 Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date. Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date.

32. Summary Sustainment & modernization programs keeping KC-135 healthy to 2040+ Partnership with industry is key to success 7 potential KC-135 contracts available 32

33. B-1 Sustainment Division Col Charles Sherwin OC-ALC/GKB 09 Aug 11 33

34. Mission: Sustain and modernize the B-1 bomber in a timely and affordable manner to optimize Air Combat Command mission readiness What we do: Provides life cycle sustainment and modernization for the B-1 How we do it: Programmed Depot Maintenance (PDM) Fleet support Modifications Repair/sustainment programs 34 B-1 Sustainment Division OC-ALC/GKB

35. Wing Lower Skin Crack Repair During scheduled ASIP inspection of the wing, cracks were found in the wing lower skin (WLS) holes Duel effort organic/contractor RFP release 4th Qtr FY12; contract award 3rd Qtr FY12 Program Contract Data System (PCDS) CDRL Support RFP Issued: 1st Qtr FY11; contract award 3rd Qtr FY12 Competitive Requirements Snapshot 35 Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date. Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date.

36. B-1 Technical Order Sustainment Contractor support of Tos RFP released 1st Qtr FY12; contract award 3rd Qtr FY12 Laptop Controlled Targeting Pod CCP-007 Spares for Pylons and Hardpoints RFP released 1st Qtr FY12; contract award 4th Qtr FY12 Product Quality Deficiency Report (PQDR) Independent Validation and Verification RFP release 1st Qtr FY11; contract award 1st Qtr FY13 B-1 Software Block 17 Software Upgrades and Maintenance RFP release 2nd Qtr FY12; contract award 4th Qtr FY12 Sole Source Requirements Snapshot 36 Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date. Briefer should be able to articulate the following for each requirement: Brief description of effort, cumulative dollar value of effort (best estimate), contract PoP (best estimate), projected contract type (FP, CP, etc.), services or supply based contract, sole source or competitive effort (if sole source, be prepared to briefly explain why), date of planned industry day (if applicable), estimated draft RFP/RFP release dates, and estimated contract award date.

37. Summary Sustainment & modernization programs keeping B-1 healthy to 2040+ Partnership with industry is key to success 6 potential B-1 contracts available 37

38. Combat Systems Sustainment Division Lt Col Scott Bell OC-ALC/GKA 09 Aug 11 38

39. Combat Systems Sustainment Division OC-ALC/GKA Mission Statement Sustain, Modernize and Support ATCALS, B-2 and HF Global Weapon Systems to Meet Warfighter Requirements and Maximize Availability 39

40. Mission: Air Traffic Control and Landing System (ATCALS) principle mission is to enable the Air Force vision of providing precise and reliable Global Vigilance, Reach and Power through ATCALS and Nat’l Airspace Systems What we do: Provides life cycle sustainment and modernization for ATCALS How we do it: Programmed Depot Maintenance (PDM) Fleet support Modifications Repair/sustainment programs 40 ATCALS Branch OC-ALC/GKAA

41. Fixed Base Tactical Air Navigation System (TACAN) Modernize current TACAN with modern technology RFP release 1st Qtr FY12; contract award 2nd Qtr FY12 Competitive Requirements Snapshot 41 ILS Modernization Modernize the current Instrument Landing Systems (ILS) with modern comm-electronic technology Accomplish by modifying the systems with Non-Developmental commercially available technology Modification will replace transmitters on the Glide Slope and Localizer systems at 141 airfields in CONUS and OCONUS locations Retains legacy system performance and technical requirements Fixed Base TACAN Modernize the current Fixed Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN), Fixed Very High Frequency Omni-Directional Range (VOR), & Fixed Very High Frequency Omni-Directional Range Tactical Air Navigation (VORTAC) Family of Systems (FoS) with modern comm-electronic technology Accomplish by modifying the systems with Non-Developmental commercially available technology Modification will replace TACAN and VOR electronics for 127 systems in CONUS and OCONUS locations Retains legacy system performance and technical requirements ILS Modernization Modernize the current Instrument Landing Systems (ILS) with modern comm-electronic technology Accomplish by modifying the systems with Non-Developmental commercially available technology Modification will replace transmitters on the Glide Slope and Localizer systems at 141 airfields in CONUS and OCONUS locations Retains legacy system performance and technical requirements Fixed Base TACAN Modernize the current Fixed Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN), Fixed Very High Frequency Omni-Directional Range (VOR), & Fixed Very High Frequency Omni-Directional Range Tactical Air Navigation (VORTAC) Family of Systems (FoS) with modern comm-electronic technology Accomplish by modifying the systems with Non-Developmental commercially available technology Modification will replace TACAN and VOR electronics for 127 systems in CONUS and OCONUS locations Retains legacy system performance and technical requirements

42. No Sole Source for ATCALS Sole Source Requirements Snapshot 42

43. Summary Sustainment & modernization programs keeping ATCALS healthy and supporting the warfighter Partnership with industry is key to success Two potential ATCALS contracts available 43

44. Mission: B-2 Stealth Bomber principle mission is to sustain, support, and modernize the weapons system to maximize aircraft availability and minimize sustainment cost What we do: Provides life cycle sustainment support for the B-2 Stealth Bomber How we do it: Programmed Depot Maintenance (PDM) Fleet support Modifications Repair/sustainment programs Software Design Interface ICS/Depot Activation B-2 Bomber Branch OC-ALC/GKAB 44

45. B-2 Flexible Acquisition & Sustainment Team (FAST) B-2 FAST contract provides continuing support necessary to modernize and sustain the B-2 fleet while ensuring availability of combat capabilities to the war fighter Sole Source; RFP release CY Recurring Delivery Orders Sole Source Requirements Snapshot 45

46. No Competitive Requirements for B-2 46

47. Summary Sustainment & modernization programs keeping B-2 viable to 2058 Partnership with industry is key to success Some potential for B-2 sub-contract opportunities available 47

48. Mission: High Frequency Global Communication Systems (HFGCS) provides and supports a high power, high frequency global communications network for the US Air Force and joint warfighter What we do: Provides life cycle sustainment and modernization for the HFGCS How we do it: Contract Depot Maintenance Modifications Repair/sustainment programs HF Communications Branch OC-ALC/GKAC 48

49. No Competitive Requirements for HF Communications Branch Competitive Requirements Snapshot 49

50. No Sole Source for HF Communications Branch Sole Source Requirements Snapshot 50

51. Summary Sustainment & modernization programs keeping HFGCS updated with latest Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) vendor supported products Partnership with industry key to program success No potential contracts at this time 51

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