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Technical Data Management Learning Asset Development Roadmap. Pre-decisional. Learn. Perform. Succeed. “Never lose sight of who the ultimate customer is” – GEN (Ret) David Petraeus. #1. ’04 ’06 ’07 ’09. ’05 ’06 ’07. ’02 ’06 . ’03 ’04. Technical Data Management Training.

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Technical data management learning asset development roadmap

Technical Data Management Learning Asset Development Roadmap

Pre-decisional

Learn.

Perform.

Succeed.

“Never lose sight of who the ultimate customer is”

– GEN (Ret) David Petraeus

#1

’04 ’06 ’07 ’09

’05 ’06 ’07

’02 ’06

’03 ’04


Technical data management training

Technical Data Management Training

  • Background:

    • Life Cycle Logistics FIPT approved development of “CLL 052 Technical Data Rights Strategies” continuous learning module in 2011

    • Pat Dallosta originally assigned as LCIC Logistics Center PLD, along with Howard Harris from West Region PM Department as Learning Asset Manager

    • Given interest in and importance of the topic, extensive SME support for content development (see chart on next page) under auspices of DoD Product Support Assessment Human Capital IPT

    • In recognition of the broader interdisciplinary nature of the content, CLL 052 transitioned to LCIC Acquisition/Program Management Center in Sep 2011

    • Erin Mulligan took over as new PLD, and module designation changed from CLL052 to CLM052 Technical Data Management Strategies

    • Content development completed and validated in April 2012

    • Development effort has been a model of cross-functional/ interdisciplinary collaboration, particularly between ACQ/PM & LOG communities

Pre-decisional


Clm 052 tech data management development team

CLM 052 Tech Data Management Development Team

DAU West - Authors

Howard Harris (Lead)

Dr. Andre Murphy

Dr. Tom Edison

LCIC Leadership

Bill Parker (Dir. ACQ/PM)

Bill Kobren (Dir. LOG)

John Snoderly (Dir. SPRDE)

Lenny Manning (Dir. CON)

ACQ/PM PLD

Erin Mulligan

SMEs and Content Reviewers

Army

John Campbell (RD&E Ctr)

George Winborne (AMC Patent Attorney)

Tom Schneider (RD&E Ctr)

Air Force

Jim Haag (Attorney, AFPC)

Gary Fischer (AFMC)

Mark Borowski (Attorney, AF Gen Counsel)

DAU

Larry Baker (SE/IT)

Doug Killey (LOG)

Pat Dallosta (LOG)

Richard Fowler (LAW)

Bill Decker (SE)

DLA

Ric Norton (LOG)

Tim Ondracek (LOG)

Paul Huang

Jay Dean

Gordon Ney

OSD

Nick Guertin (DASN RDT&E)

Bill Schmidt

NAVSEA

Jane Barrow (IP Attorney)

Industry

Selma Castanedo (PM)

NAVAIR

Barry Dubé (Product Data)


Technical data management training1

Technical Data Management Training

  • Module content exceeded typical 2-4 hour CL module length, reaching approximately 13 hours, necessitating breaking CLM 052 into the following seven proposed separate CL Modules

    • CLM 052: Intro to Data Management

    • CLM 053: Data Management Strategy Development

    • CLM 054: Data Management Planning System

    • CLM 055: Technical Data and Computer Software Rights

    • CLM 056: Data Acquisition

    • CLM 057: Data Markings

    • CLM 058: Data Management Protection and Storage

  • ACQ/PM Center planning to fund programming of completed content as CL Modules using FY12 O&M Funding

  • Programming of these seven modules on contract in Oct 12

Pre-decisional


Life cycle logistics competency gap analysis

Life Cycle Logistics Competency Gap Analysis

  • Life Cycle Logistics Community already had a LOG FIPT-approved plan to develop new LOG 215 Technical Data Management/ Product Data Management Course to address major gap in competency set

  • To conserve funding by leveraging already-developed materials, we conducted Feb 12 gap analysis to identify whether currently unmet logistics competency requirements were addressed by CLM 052 content

  • Competencies derived from:

    • DoD Logistics Human Capital Strategy (HCS) DoD Core Logistics Competencies and Proficiencies Booklet, Version 1.1, 6/1/2008

    • Updated Life Cycle Logistics Competency Set (Lines 56-62: Technical Management – Technical Data), 1/2012

  • Summary of Findings: 73% coverage

    • 82 total sub-competencies/proficiencies

    • 60 covered in current CLM 052 content

    • 22 not addressed in current CLM 052 materials

Pre-decisional


Proposed course development strategy

Proposed Course Development Strategy

  • Given coverage of existing content/modules, LOG FIPT strongly endorsed repurposing already developed content through innovative “String of Pearls” approach at April 2012 meeting to conserve funding & fulfill original LOG 215 development mandate

    • Once fielded, merge seven new CLM 052-058 continuous learning modules with CLE 068 Intellectual Property module into a single new interdisciplinary distance learning course (notionally designated as ACQ 215 or LOG 215)

    • Develop and include a new introductory lesson/sub-module

    • Develop new lessons/sub-modules to address the remaining 27% of the life cycle logistics competencies not already covered

    • Deploy as distance learning course for all career fields, including LCL and PM

    • Pilot would include interdisciplinary participants from DAU, OSD & the Services

  • Need to decide if course should be designated as ACQ or LOG 215

NEW LESSON

NEW LESSON

NEW LESSON

NEW LESSON

NEW LESSON

NEW LESSON

NEW INTRO

CLM 058

CLM 054

CLM 057

CLM 052

CLM 053

CLE 068

CLM 056

CLM 055

Pre-decisional

NEW LESSON


Proposed new acq 215 course structure

Proposed New ACQ 215 Course Structure

  • Notionally Sixteen Total Lessons

    • Seven Repurposed PM/ACQ Modules

      • CLM 052: Intro to Data Management

      • CLM 053: Data Management Strategy Development

      • CLM 054: Data Management Planning System

      • CLM 055: Technical Data and Computer Software Rights

      • CLM 056: Data Acquisition

      • CLM 057: Data Markings

      • CLM 058: Data Management Protection and Storage

    • One Repurposed Systems Engineering Module

      • CLE 068 Intellectual Property

    • Notionally Eight New LOG-Developed/InterdisciplinaryTechnical Data Modules

      • Course Introduction

      • Modular Open Systems Architecture (MOSA)

      • Technical Data Integrated Product Support (IPS) Element

      • Data Management Considerations

      • Technical Specifications & Standards

      • Technical Publications/Manual Overview

      • Technical Publications/Manual Development, Fielding & Management

      • Logistics Product Data/Product Life Cycle Management (PLCM) & Linkage to Supportability Analysis

NEW LESSON

NEW LESSON

NEW LESSON

NEW LESSON

NEW LESSON

NEW LESSON

NEW INTRO

CLM 058

CLM 054

CLM 057

CLM 052

CLM 053

CLE 068

CLM 056

CLM 055

NEW LESSON


Proposed schedule notional

Proposed Schedule (Notional)

  • October 2012: CLM 052-058 Programming Start

  • October 2012: LOG FIPT & Functional Leader Validate Requirement & SME Support

  • November 2012: DAU Submit Requirements Form for DAWDF Funding

  • November 2012: DAU Identify PLD & Course Manager, Start PWS Development

  • December 2012: DAU Refine Development Strategy & Finalize FY13 Sec 852 DAWDF Funding Request to Workforce Management Group (WMG) for Approval

  • Spring 2013: CLM 052-058 Delivery Complete/Deployed

  • Spring 2013: PWS Complete, Solicitation, Contract Award

  • Summer 2013: ACQ/LOG 215 Development Start

  • Winter 2014: ACQ/LOG 215 Content Development & Programming Complete

  • Spring 2014: New ACQ/LOG 215 Distance Learning Course Deployed

Pre-decisional


Potential service smes

Potential Service SMEs

  • US Air Force - Mark Kammer, HQ AFMC/A4UE [email protected]

  • US Navy – Bob Sharrer, NAVAIR AIR 6.8 [email protected]

  • US Navy – Ron Smith, NAVSEA 04 [email protected]

  • US Army – Kevin Paulson, AMC LOGSA [email protected]

  • Others?


Road ahead

Road Ahead

  • Recommend LOG FIPT revalidate this requirement and approve this approach


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