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LOGISTICS NETWORKED ENABLED CAPABILITY (NEC) PROGRAMME Architecting As A Key Enabler To Logistic Transformation. Brigadier Alan Clacher OBE MSc FBCS Head – Logistics NEC Programme and Director Future Logistic Information Services (FLIS) . The Joint Support Chain – Scale of Operations.

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Logistics networked enabled capability nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

LOGISTICS NETWORKED ENABLED CAPABILITY (NEC) PROGRAMMEArchitecting As A Key Enabler To Logistic Transformation

Brigadier Alan Clacher OBE MSc FBCSHead – Logistics NEC Programme andDirector Future Logistic Information Services (FLIS)


Logistics networked enabled capability nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

The Joint Support Chain – Scale of Operations

  • £4.8 billion pure logistics costs

  • 200 million demands per year

  • 11k end user locations

  • 150 Product Groups

  • Local to Global delivery.


The nature of the problem the mod support chain

The nature of the problem: the MOD support chain


Logistics networked enabled capability nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

‘Support Force’

Decisions

‘Apply Force’

Decisions

Operating

Rules

maximise freedom

of action

optimise

Design

actions

Information Layer

unbounded

Design

actions

Processes Layer

bounded

bounded

Design

actions

Infrastructure Layer

Design of support must be derived top down from the decisions required to direct action to maximize the freedom of action of operational commanders, and solutions should be designed to remain open to change in requirements.


Defence logistic vision

Defence Logistic Vision

The Defence Logistic Vision envisages a highly effective, agile and networked logistic capability that underpins the operational commander’s ability to execute his mission successfully. This capability will be derived from joint, integrated and interoperable support concepts, which have been tested and developed to provide the military comander with confidence in his ability to deliver effect at the desired tempo. Success will be built on adaptable systems and force elements combined with standardised logistic processes and procedures.


The nature of the problem

PABIS

BRITANNIA

DELTAMIS

ACCOMMODATE

11 EOD LAN/WAN*

WMS

ARCHIE

IMPACT

ITATS (HARDCAT)

INFRAMIS

GP 11

LINKER

RAIDS

CATPAC

QATS

WEIGHCOUNT

RATS*

AML Intranet

BLIS

CATMIS

PABIS (PCS Infra)

SSM Contract

PADDY*

SMGBMDB

TSMS

11 EOD REGT INFRA

RAM

FAAIT NBS

ELLS*

SM80 - AMPS

CAPITAL IC SUPPORT

Red Box

STREMIS

EIS1

COMTRAK

CESO(N) Central

SWS

UKAOM

IBMS

AMMOPUBS*

NOIO

USPA AMPS

NAWDAS

QCIS 1AX

FINABS

EIS

NAVSEA

DBA Liverpool/

RPI

NAWBWAN

IEDD DATABASE

BOMDEX

Bath

BMS

CAPITAL

LAPTOPS AS OF A

ORAC

FAAIT LS

NEMIS

AMPS

PMMS

IAMIS

IEDD DATABASE

FORTE

MMP OA

SMTN

Delphi

NAWBUS

TRANMIS

AARON

CPR

FAAIT WRAM

MTSYS

SALAD

RAF SITS

CALTEP*

SIS

COMBS

AACITS

ASTRID

MELLISA

USAS

APL's

RPI

USAS

CANDICE

RAMS (QP 12/18)

AAC/USAS

COMMSYS

GLOBAL PH4

FEMIS ON UNICOM

VSA

CAPITAL

CM MILSTRIP

Pricing 2000

SADIE*

OPUS

FATIMA

WRAPS

BERR

AISS

UKLSA

DCS

CANVASS

MONITOR

SERNOREP

BASIS

Industry

ACAS 2*

WADS/EDI

CAESAR (QP17)

PROV WORK BENCH

AMANDA

NBS

ERUS

DUSAS

NEDI Hub

DML

CADPS NETMA

CRISP

B VEHICLE IDR REPAIR

PAPER

INDEPOL

Floppy Disk

RAF SCCS

ASTRAL

SACS

SS3

PUMAS (QP10)

EPSIS

EP

SMLS

UNIGSS

RIDELS

RAF SCCS

NESS5

BRDL

CWS

OLAS

WFM(A)

ISIS

LOGTRAKS

MERLIN

VITAL

SEEMs

ARROW UNIX

Frugal

CREST3

BEACON II

NESS1

DOMSTOCK

ADCT

WTMS

CARGONET

TFD

SSBN OBD

SS3 ENHANCEMENTS

VITAL

DEMITS 2000

UPKEEP R1AS

ISIS2

FAAIT NBS

CESO(N)

SS3

DBA

BEACON III

PLANETS

WITS

FORWARD (RAF)

PIMS

LITS CM

SACS

OASIS

LTEP

BEACON

EAMIS

NBS

DLSS

VSA

NOIO INTERNET

MRC(SM)

TEMPA

OLIVER(C)

CEDRIC

FAAIT LS

PROFILE 77

GEMS

WTMS

BODMS (QP29)

COMPO

ORAC

SIERA

PPA

ESSAM

TIFTS*

DART

INDUSTRY

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SAAR

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ARAMIS

SEESUPS

SEESUPS 1/3DIV

EP

CRISP

LSSys

SPEARS II

MDS

CLAN

CLEOPATRA*

GMAC

SEMA

DISCUS

SDD/SEDR

STAR

LCF

MMS

DERA

MRC(SS)

LITS MM

CMS

CARGONET

MERLIN

CAMMS 2

DAMES

MTHQ

GAWM (FLIS)

SASI

AIR

SEA

LAND

PRAMS 2000+

FIFI

DCMS II

DREAMS

LITS AM

LITS OM

UNICOM

WPM

COPS

ASPECT

RELIX

DAA

DTMX OA

SERAPH

48 BASE

FAAIT WRAM

LOGTRAKS (UN) PH1

PMS

CASH ACCOUNTS

TASKING

OLIVER

ACS CTC

HAZMIS

DRUMM

NESS5

WUPS

Text Key:

Engineering Function,

FEAS2B

LEX

ROYAL MAIL/B.A

DCMS OA

EXCEL

Supply Function,

Both

MOD Ledger

The nature of the problem


Log nec programme mandate

Log NEC Programme - Mandate

  • The Programme is to deliver step change improvements in the MoD’s Support Chain information capability through the implementation of new projects and the convergence of current business processes and information systems in order to enable the achievement of the Defence Logistic Vision.

  • The Programme is to ensure coherence between projects, efficient and effective use of resources for development, and the alignment of all new support chain initiatives with the strategic requirement. Director General - Joint Supply Chain


Architectural implications

Architectural Implications

  • Need to get a grip of the processes

    • coherence within the MOD and with OEM partners

    • continuous and step change business process improvement

    • explicitly establish the link and then manage logistic processes in the real world and those coded in logistic applications

  • To do this:

    • Information and data


Coherence project

Coherence Project

  • 2006 – MOD and Industry OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) that we had to improve information management

  • Jan – Apr 06: Joint MOD and Industry project to gain greater coherence at the process, information and data level

    • the aim was to define a joint target architecture underpinned by common processes, standards, information flows and measures of information performance; together with an agreed compliance regime.

    • framework designed to define a structure for the delivery across Industry and the MoD of information capabilities in support of the full range of logistics support arrangements, in such a way that they can be integrated (at minimum cost and risk) with current and future MoD and Industry systems.

  • Functional model – defining activities and information flows

    • the activities needed to undertake an output and the information needed to undertake the activities

  • MOD and Industry would each have their own business processes – but by agreeing a common information architecture we would improve the ability to work together and seamlessly share information


Outcome logistic coherence information architecture lcia http www modinfomodel co uk

Outcome – logistic coherence information architecture (LCIA) - http://www.modinfomodel.co.uk

  • Functional Business Process Model with the supporting standards mapped to the information exchanges

  • Provides a clear ‘to-be’ architecture

  • The architecture simplifies the design and definition of future Contractorised Logistic Support contracts which underpin the logistic transformation process and reduce the time for initial engagement between IPTs and their Industry partners

  • It allows Industry CLS providers to directly map their own business processes to a common logistics model

  • The architecture, which is standards driven, establishes a common language for describing information needs.

  • Furthermore, it reduces costs for both the MoD and Industry by promoting the re-use of data exchange mechanisms.


Logistics networked enabled capability nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

Coherence Project

The following graphics illustrate the development of the final deliverables for the Coherence Project and how the various elements fit together. The graphics are snapshots, from the MooD Tool, and accurately reflect the look and feel of the final product.

Key Output 1: High – Level Business Activity Model – Captured in the MooD Model

Enterprise Level

Level Zero

Level One

The deliverables are founded on a jointly agreed Business Process Model broken down as follows:

  • A High Level functional breakdown of end-to-end logistics: Functional Breakdown View.

  • Decomposed into varying levels of detail required to capture the information exchange requirements: Levels one ,two and three – in hierarchal relationship.

Level Two


Logistics coherence information architecture

Logistics Coherence Information Architecture


Logistics networked enabled capability nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

Standards

The standards:

  • The following information standards have been identified and agreed as the core engineering support and supply chain standards:

  • ISO 10303 – AP 239 PLCS;

  • OAGIS;

  • ASD 1000D supporting technical documentation requirements.

  • These have been identified using the following criteria:

    General:

  • open,

  • interoperable, and

  • internationally accepted.

    Applicability:

  • across the manufacturing and service industries,

  • along the global supply chain from supplier to consumer, and

  • throughout the life-cycle of products, where this may decades.


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2007 2008

2007 - 2008

  • Increasing maturity of the Log NEC Programme:

    • significant improvements (reduction in time to deliver solutions to requirements) as a result of adopting model based requirements development

    • better Programme governance and improved use of the logistics coherence information architecture - greater reuse of applications and information components

      • benefits in excess of £45m

    • increased awareness of the business/operational benefits that would result from extending the Log NEC architecture framework to integrate business, information, data and technical architectures/artefacts

  • SOA Pilots had demonstrated the operational benefits of adopting SOA but also highlighted the greater discipline required to make a Service Oriented approach work

    • all the advice (Gartner and others) pointed to the requirement to strengthen architecture maturity and the organisational capability to develop, improve and sustain the architecture…….


Logistics networked enabled capability nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

To deliver and manage a Log NEC Prog portal to provide access to and interaction with relevant logistic information assets (information and content, applications and business processes), knowledge assets and human assets by select targeted audiences, delivered in a highly personalized manner.

Busn & TechArchitecture Team

Portal Mgt Team

Business Intelligence Competency Centre

Team comprising business, info and tech architects – explicitly linked to ACDS Log Ops as E2E Log Process Architect and to NEC Chief Architect/ISS C4 Arch (covering Systems of Systems Architecture)

A Centre of Excellence to link operational & business-driven objectives with the information, applications, processes, training, policies and tech necessary to spt business intelligence and perf. mgt. Structurally, a BICC includes a balanced mix of business users, IT people and information analysts.

  • Logistics NEC Prog = coherent:

  • Information mgt, exploitation and integration

  • Project delivery

  • Governance of current capability and alignment with future needs

Reqts & Process Mgt Competency Centre

Data Mgt Competency Centre

Integration Competency Centre

  • Programme centre of excellence for projects in developing MODAF model based process & reqts models

  • CoE for SC Busn Process Mgt (BPM) and Busn Activity Mgt (BAM) tools within SOA

- Log NEC Prog mgt of data projects

- Metadata mgt

- Semantic reconciliation

- Master data mgt

- Data quality

Busn & tech analysts, architects and database administrators, supported by architecture tools, providing the core support for through life information mgt – interface control documents, information service repositories, application design logic/processes, security protocols, test scripts


However

However………………..

  • Agility, responsiveness and affordability of logistic optimisation/transformation initiatives undermined by legacy applications and their support arrangements:

    • 250 applications - the ‘N squared problem’

      • P2P networks are governed by the formula N(N-1)/2, where N equals the number of applications - The N-Squared Network Model. For example: 10 applications will result in 45 P2P connections.

      • In the case of the Log NEC Programme: 265 (265-1)/2 = 34,980 connections

    • applications supported and delivered by 50 different contractor organisations, through over 120 contracts

  • The Future Logistics Information Services (FLIS) Programme – consolidate support into a single ‘delivery partner’ integrated within the Log NEC Programme and directly supporting the drive to improve logistic information services capability.


Apr 2008

Apr 2008

  • Chief of Defence Materiel – decision to accelerate and strengthen the Future Logistics Information Services Project

    • 1* Head, strengthened team, industry OEM involvement

  • The Future Logistics Information Services (FLIS) Programme

    • £2bn over 10 years

    • due diligence a requirement for any outsourcing initiative

      • with over 250 applications this was and is a massive undertaking

    • decision to use FLIS as a vehicle for extending the architecture framework and toolset as part of the due diligence exercise

    • the requirement to rationalise and reorganise the MOD business teams as part of FLIS provided the opportunity to strengthen key functional areas in the Log NEC Programme – particularly the architecture team


Logistics nec programme

Log NEC Architecture CoE

Enterprise Architecture / Business policies & processes / Info (LCIA) /

data / technical – concept, logical & physical

[4 x Industry SMEs + MOD SMEs]

IX

Business Intelligence

Data CoE

Delivery

Partner

Performance

Management

Programme

Planning

Projects

IS enabled busnchange

Bus Cap Mgrs

BCMs responsible

for all LODs

Commercial

Bus Process

& Reqs COE

Logistics NEC Programme

Log NEC Programme

1* Programme Director

“The end state for FLIS is an agile and responsive capability that is able to proactively manage the

support chain through effective decision making based on accurate and timely information. It will be

designed to manage a high rate of operational change and at the same time be capable of planning

and delivering initiatives / projects that seek to provide continuous improvement within Defence Logistics.”

AVM Matt Wiles

1 Primus inter pares


Support chain information management

Business Process Composition

Business

Process

Platform

Integrated Composition Technologies

Business Services Repository

External

Services

Package

Applications

Custom

Applications – MJDI, VITAL

Application Portfolio

Asset Information

Management

Business Intelligence

Applications

Partner Data

Integration

Enterprise Content

Management

Data Services

  • Data Movement

  • Data Enrichment

  • Data Stewardship

  • Publish and Subscribe

  • Data Access

  • Data Quality

  • Data Transformation

  • Content Integration

Enabling

EIM

Infra-

structure

Metadata Management and Semantic Reconciliation

  • Models

  • Schemas

  • Repositories/Registries

  • Standards

  • Business Rules

  • Search

  • Ontologies

Across Transactional, Operational and Analytical Sources

Product Master Data

Partner Master Data

Content Repositories

Enterprise Data Warehouse

XML

Documents

WWW

Across Structured, Semi-Structured and Unstructured Content

Support Chain Information Management

Adapted: Gartner 2006


Logistics networked enabled capability nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

OEMsdeliveringCLS/CFA support

Portal

w/ Single Sign-on

Op Log Info

Dashboards

Answers

Delivers

Web

Services

Mobile

Analysis

Standard

LogisticsInformation

Exploitationtoolset

Proactive Detection and Alerts

Insight when Offline

Interactive,

Easy to use

Ad Hoc Queries

Logical Business Model / Metadata Management

Robust LogTech Architecture as a subset ofDef Tech Arch

Data Mining Engine

ESB

Calculation and Integration

Caching

Intelligent Request Generation

Logistic Enterprise Analytics Platform

Authoritative Operational Log Info and data

Rationalised Set of LogisticApplications &Svcs

New Projects

Support Chain

Enterprise Data Warehouse

CBM+

CBM+

CBM+

CBM+

Authorative

Data Sources

ISIS

SLIM, etc

JAMES

Log Auto ID

MJDI

VITAL

WRAM


Logistics networked enabled capability nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

Log NEC Architecture Development

Approach


Logistics networked enabled capability nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

LOG NECARCHITECTURE


Logistics networked enabled capability nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

Logistics NEC Architecture AV-1


Logistics networked enabled capability nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

Logistics NEC Architecture AV-1

Business Capability realisation

Strategic

Business process

Information Architecture

Data Architecture

Technology - strategic

Technology - logical

Technology


Logistics networked enabled capability nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

Demonstration of the architecture: Consignment Tracking example


Logistics networked enabled capability nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

Update policy (JSP 886) and trg


Logistics nec programme delivering future logistics information services

Logistics NEC ProgrammedeliveringFuture Logistics Information Services


Logistics nec programme architecting as a key enabler to logistic transformation

Logistics NEC PROGRAMMEArchitecting As A Key Enabler To Logistic Transformation

Brigadier Alan Clacher OBE MSc FBCSHead – Logistics NEC Programme &

Director Future Logistic Information Services (FLIS)


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