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DoD – Supply Chain Integration

UID process and data flow

December 13, 2006


Objectives of the uid business process and data flow presentation

Discuss concept of performing additional processes for all UID items.

Describe levels of service for UID items that require additional tracking

Discuss the data flow for UID information

Objectives of the UID Business Process and Data Flow Presentation


Distribution Centers will need to perform additional processes for IUIDs that require additional tracking.

DoD Logistics AIS

System Updates

Internal UID Processes

Receiving Processes

Shipping Processes

Receiving

Shipping

Stow / Inventory

Stow and Inventory Processes


For iuids that require additional tracking distribution centers will provide levels of service
For IUIDs that require additional tracking, Distribution Centers will provide levels of service.

The additional costs will need to be determined based on additional level of effort

Cost

Level 3

Level 2

Level 1

Additional tracking requirements need to be determined for some IUID items.

Level 0

Effort for Additional Service


Distribution center level 0 business processes requirements no additional processes
Distribution Center Level 0 Business Processes Requirements – No Additional Processes

Level 0 Service

  • Receiving:

  • No additional processes

  • Shipping:

  • No additional processes

Receiving

Shipping

Stow / Inventory

  • Stow / Inventory:

  • No additional processes


Distribution center level 1 business processes requirements
Distribution Center Level 1 Business Processes Requirements – No Additional Processes

Level 1 Service

  • Receiving:

  • Use ASN to collect IUID data

  • In absence of ASN data, collect IUID data on outside of unit packaging via: (1) MSL or (2) outside packing list*

  • Shipping:

  • Collect IUID data on outside of unit packaging on issue

Receiving

Shipping

Stow / Inventory

  • Stow / Inventory:

  • During transition period, IUID compliant assets stored separate from items not yet IUID compliant

  • Inventory segregated by owner for reparables

* Requires MIL-STD 129 updates and new contract clause to specify packing requirements

*During transition period, if there is a serial numbered item, collect it and associate it w/appropriate UII on receipt


Distribution center level 2 business processes requirements e g small arms
Distribution Center Level 2 Business Processes Requirements (e.g. Small Arms)

Level 2 Service

  • Receiving:

  • All Level 1 requirements if: 1) new procurement or 2) factory packed and properly sealed

  • Otherwise, site verification of UII on the item

  • Shipping:

  • All Level 1 requirements

Receiving

Shipping

Stow / Inventory

  • Stow / Inventory:

  • All Level 1 requirements


Distribution Center Level 3 Business Processes Requirements (e.g. Principle End Items)

Level 3 Service

  • Receiving:

  • All Level 2 requirements

  • Shipping:

  • All Level 2 requirements

  • Items requested and issued by IUID

Receiving

Shipping

Stow / Inventory

  • Stow / Inventory:

  • All Level 2 requirements

  • Limited items per stowage location


For DoD Supplier shipments, the same transaction is used for advance notice of UID and RFID. IUID utilizes additional transactions for receipt/acceptance of the item.

UID Registry

Pre-receipt – Flag indicating IUID in 527D for commercial vendors to prepare due-in

  • Pre-receipt – UII received in 856 for commercial vendor shipments

  • Receiving:

  • UII sent to DAAS in 527R to ICP/owner (serial number will also be sent during transition)

  • UII sent in 861 and WAWF establishes the birth record

Update UID Registry

Transactions w/ RFID Data

WAWF***

Store DLMS Transaction

GEX

DAAS/IDE

527D

856

861

527R

DoD Logistics AIS

856

IUID Material

***Assume birth records are being established in registry for all new procurements requiring an IUID.

Manufacturers/Suppliers

Distribution Centers/Depots


Discussion topics

Status of FLIS assignment of codes to NSNs advance notice of UID and RFID. IUID utilizes additional transactions for receipt/acceptance of the item.

Need assessment on impact of all UID/UIT services/tracking at Distribution Centers

Number of NSNs: 1) owned by separate Services per AIS, 2) commingled per AIS, 3) value over $5,000 per FLIS 4) currently tracked by serial number 5) stored at distribution centers

Discussion Topics


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