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Materiel Management for the Modular Force in an Operational Theater

U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command

Supporting a Campaign Quality Army with Joint and Expeditionary Log Capabilities

purpose
Purpose

Inform the audience on the current CASCOM concept of materiel management in an operational theater

agenda
Agenda
  • Concept Role Clarification
  • Current CASCOM Materiel Management Concepts
    • Materiel Management Definition
    • Materiel Management in a Theater of Operations
  • Work developed by Warrant Officer Panel
role clarification
Role Clarification

Modular Force

Concepts

  • CASCOM
  • Responsible for concept development to sustain a campaign quality Army
  • Assist the AFSC to transition into the ASC
  • ASC
  • Uses TRADOC standard TSC TOE structure as basis for building the ASC TDA.
  • Uses CASCOM concepts to derive initial design of ASC
materiel management definition
Materiel Management Definition

Materiel Management is the monitoring of on-hand stocks, ensuring quality control, cataloging, requirements determination, procurement, maintenance of stock, maintenance (including readiness, COSIS), disposal (retrograde), and distribution of materiel.

materiel management conversion concept

IMA

Materiel Management Conversion Concept

Today

Modularity

ASC

++

++

SC(T)

TSC

TMMC

XX

COSCOM

CMMC

x

SUS BDE

x

X

DISCOM

DMMC

II

II

BSB

FSB

Installation

distribution management center
Distribution Management Center

Commanders

Confidence & Satisfaction

Ultimate Measure

of Performance

Distribution

Movement Programs,

Asset Management,

Routing information,

and Policy,

Movement Control

Distribution

Materiel

Management

Asset Visibility,

Materiel and Maintenance

Management,

and Policy

DMC

SSA

Inventory Mgmt,

Stock Control,

and Storage

Trans

Movement,

Cargo Handling,

Documentation,

Etc.

Execution

  • Synchronizes
  • Distribution
  • Functions

Provides Situational

Awareness to

Decision Makers

materiel management agencies and functions
Materiel Management Agencies and Functions
  • Regionally focused
  • Manages CL II, III(P), IV, VII, IX
  • Controls CTASC parameters
  • Coordinates w/ national providers for SARSS activities
  • Issues MROs to SUS BDEs
  • Assists BSBs in est. ASL stockage requirements
  • Conducts MRF management
  • Provides ORIL listing to SARSS-1 activities

++

  • Staff oversight of providing oversight, plans and policy for all units and operations within assigned JOA
  • Monitors LCOP, Asset Visibility & ITV with BCS3, GCSS-A, TC-AIMS II
  • Determines / establishes logistics priorities within the JOA
  • Continuously linked with the SC(T) to prioritize Number Army requirements

SC(T), SPO, DMC

Supply Branch

Dist Integration

Materiel Readiness

G4 MAIN

Sustainment Ops

SC(T)

+++

Army

SC(E)

G4 OCP

Sustainment Ops

  • AO focused
  • Monitors, advises, and queries SARSS requisitions
  • Manages & synchronizes CL I, III(B), V in the AO
  • Assists in expediting critical CL IX
  • Identifies equipment required for calibration

SC(E), SPO, DMC

Supply Branch

Dist Integration

Materiel Readiness

  • Provides oversight, plans and policy for all units and operations within assigned AOR/JOA
  • Monitors the LCOP, Asset Visibility and In-Transit Visibility
  • Determines / establishes logistics priorities within the AOR/JOA
  • Conducts or has representation in applicable Joint Logistics Boards, Centers and Cells
  • Linked with the SC(T) or SC(D) and supporting sustainment brigade
  • Focused on internal stocks inside BCTs
  • Monitors & tracks readiness
  • Keeps records of MWOs
  • Can issue cross-leveling directives across BCTs
  • Area Support Focused
  • Monitors, advises, and queries SARSS requisitions
  • Manages internal stocks (CSSBs)
  • Executes MROs from SC(T)
  • Manages ASP stocks

X

SPO

CSS Effects Branch

Supply Branch

Maintenance Branch

G4

Supply Section

Maintenance Section

SUST

Corps/

Division

3 or 2 Star

  • BCT focused
  • Manages ASL and CL V stocks to support BCT customers
  • IDs, tracks, and prepares for retrograde of ORIL
  • Conducts internal ASL Reviews w/SC(T) oversight
  • Maintains status of MWOs
  • Coordinates evac of materiel

II

BSB

SPO

Managers

Staff Oversight

materiel management in a theater operation

SC(E)

SC(T)

2

SUS

CSSB

CSSB

SUS

1

BSB

FSC

Materiel Management in a Theater Operation
  • SC(E)
  • AO focused
  • Monitors, advises, and queries SARSS requisitions
  • Manages & synchronizes CL I, III(B), V in the AO
  • Assists in expediting critical CL IX
  • Identifies equipment required for calibration
  • Enablers: CTASC “fly-away”, SAMS-2, SAAS-MMC, MTS, BSC3, (GCSS-A)
  • SC(T)
  • Regionally focused
  • Controls CTASC parameters
  • Coordinates w/ national providers for SARSS activities
  • Issues MROs to SUS BDEs
  • Assists BSBs in est. ASL stockage requirements
  • Conducts MRF management
  • Provides ORIL listing to SARSS-1 activities
  • Enablers: CTASC, SAAS-MMC, MTS, BCS-3, SAMS-2, PBUSE, (GCSS-A)
  • SUS BDE
  • Area Support Focused
  • Monitors, advises, and queries SARSS requisitions
  • Manages internal stocks (CSSBs)
  • Executes MROs from SC(T)
  • Manages ASP stocks
  • Enablers: CTASC “fly-away”, SAMS-2, SAAS-MMC/DAO, MTS, BSC3, PBUSE, (GCSS-A)
  • CSSB & BSB SPO
  • BCT focused
  • Manages ASL and CL V stocks to support BCT customers
  • IDs, tracks, and prepares for retrograde of ORIL
  • Conducts internal ASL Reviews w/ SC(T) oversight
  • Maintains status of MWOs
  • Coordinates evac of materiel
  • Enablers: SAMS-2, SARSS-1, SAAS-DAO & ATHP, CTASC “fly-away”, PBUSE, (GCSS-A)

Sybil

Topo

  • Corps or Division G4
  • Provides oversight, plans and policy for all units and operations within assigned AOR/JOA
  • Monitors the LCOP, Asset Visibility and In-Transit Visibility
  • Determines / establishes logistics priorities within the AOR/JOA
  • Conducts or has representation in applicable Joint Logistics Boards, Centers and Cells
  • Linked with the SC(T) and supporting sustainment brigade
  • Focused on internal stocks inside BCTs
  • Monitors & tracks readiness
  • Keeps records of MWOs
  • Can issue cross-leveling directives across BCTs
  • Enablers: BCS3, SAMS-2, TC-AIMS II, (GCSS-A)

Theater

Base

  • FSC
  • No materiel management
  • Conducts physical distribution IAW MAN BN priorities
  • Passes requisitions to BSB
  • Enablers: ULLS-G, SAMS-1/SAMS-E, PBUSE
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Sustainment CMD-Theater G3Distribution Management for the Theater

DMC Functions:

  • Develops the distribution plan.
  • Ensures effective CSS management, including FHP and Class VIII.
  • Maximizes Readiness through effective use of Maintenance resources.
  • Manages all facets of Transportation, including the effective use of air, land, and sea transportation assets
  • Executes theater management of Class I, II,III(B), III(P), IV, VI, VII, water, and field service operations
  • Performs as the expediter and problem solver on all issues involving the commodities it manages.
  • Pass requirements to the appropriate national inventory control point
  • Coordinates Army maintenance functions and Class IX for the theater
  • Coordinates/assists in regeneration and reconstitution operations
  • Coordinates the development of maintenance policy and programs
  • Conducts ongoing analysis of maintenance capabilities and requirements, and makes appropriate recommendations to the Cdr.
  • Maintains stock control visibility on all Class V supplies in theater
  • Recommends controlled supply rates for different combat situations to UEy G3.
  • Provides guidance, plans and policies and staff supervision for transportation operations.
  • Functions as the executive agent for movement control.
  • Manages all facets of transportation information related to planning, operations, coordination, and evaluation of all methods of transportation, movement control, and logistical support.
  • Establishes CSS automation policy and provides guidance for all subordinate unit CSSAMOs in the Sustainment CMD-Theater
  • Provides technical/functional services common to all elements of the Sustainment CMD-Theater and its customers to establish and maintain automation connectivity, data transmission accuracy, and software management
  • Develops plans, policies, programs, and procedures involving HNS.
  • Coordinates delivery of HN supplies and services.
  • Maintains status of HNS assets available for external support reqmts.
  • Principal staff section for all matters concerning the civilian impact on military operations and the political, economic, and social effects of military operations on civilian personnel.
  • Plans, coordinates, and supervises civil-military operations to support Sustainment CMD-Theater mission objectives.
  • Supervised directly by the Sustainment CMD-Theater DMC/Sustainment CMD-Expeditionary Distribution Operations Division to expedite “high priority” stocks through the logistics pipeline.

G3

Rear Opns

(Terrain

Mgmt)

Ops/Tng

CBRNE

SPO

HQ

Log Plans

DMC

HQ

DMC

HQ

AFSB

Staff

CMO DIV

Supply

Branch

Distribution

Integration

CMO

Plans

Branch

Future

Ops Br

Mat Read

Branch

Materiel

Exp Team

(x4)

HNS

Munitions

Branch

Log Auto

Branch

Mobility

Branch

ARSOF Spt Cell

Class VIII

Supply TBD

Where Distribution

Management Occurs

facts
Facts
  • Germany study used as required man hour standard for purpose of performing this analysis (based on 54 supported SSAs)
  • Analysis focuses on SC(T)/SC(E)/Sustainment Bde
  • Soldier workday is 10 hours amounting to 70 hour week
  • SSAs and associated transactional volume will vary from SC(T) to SC(T); day to day
  • SARSS related materiel management functions consolidated under 17 categories
assumptions
Assumptions
  • Assigned soldiers will be 100% available
  • Number of supported SSAs will drive volume
  • Volume will drive man hour requirements
  • Augmentation will occur past base numbers
variables
Variables
  • Transactional volume
  • Workload allocation between SC(T) and SC(E)
  • Soldier availability
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Step 1:Identify Materiel Management functions under AOE and identify associated man hours required to perform functions

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Step 4:Further distinguish between 920B/92A that would be expected to perform SARSS MM functions and those assigned to sections with varying missions

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65 man hours short for SC(T)

Step 5:Rollup total to identify delta

warrant officer panel analysis work in progress
Warrant Officer Panel Analysis(Work in Progress)
  • Above is DRAFT PREDECISIONAL
  • There is a shortfall in military materiel managers in the SC(T)’s DMC
  • CASCOM is still continuing to develop COAs to mitigate the shortfalls
cascom actions
CASCOM Actions
  • Posted the Modular Force Logistics Concept (MFLC) on the web for TRADOC review and comments
    • MG Stevenson chartered us to develop MM for modular force (TOE)
    • Concept addresses SC(T) materiel management not Installation Materiel Management
  • A panel of warrant officers continuing its analysis of materiel management functions and workload.
materiel management for the modular force
Materiel Management for the Modular Force

Supporting a Campaign Quality Army with Joint and Expeditionary Log Capabilities

materiel management support

Materiel Management Support

Concerns………

Authorized personnel may not be adequate to accomplish mission

Distribution of workload amongst TSCs

Ability to perform material management functions from remote locations (Specifically from a central TSC)

Conversion and deployment timelines require a bridging strategy

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Materiel Management Support

Concerns

  • Authorized materiel management personnel may not be enough……

392

CASCOM Working

197

FROM TO

New MTOE Authorizations CONUS based only

Current CONUS MTOE Authorizations

New Doctrine: “Limited MM below the TSC”

**The 2 CONUS DCP’s are assigned to the 1st TSC

materiel management support concerns
Materiel Management SupportConcerns

Distribution of workload among TSCs……

208

90

36

40

44

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Materiel Management SupportConcerns

Materiel Management from a remote location……

How do we?

Monitor credits

Impose managerial parameters

Assure timely and accurate processing of managerial actions

Unit inactivation / activation dates not synchronized with deployments…….

Must address:

Stay behind unit support

Bridging Strategy

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X

X

SUST

SUST

IMA

IMA

IMA

Installation Materiel Management Capabilities

Installation contains Sust Bde and aligned customer units

  • Sust Bde provides MM support to assigned units (e.g.: DIV)
  • IMA conducts MM/CSSAMO for assigned and reimbursable customers
  • IMA manages Installation Deployment Support Operations
  • IMA manages RC Mob/De-mob Operations on the Installation
  • IMA provides input to Installation Materiel Readiness Reviews

Sust Bde has deployed leaving residual customer units

  • IMA conducts MM/CSSAMO for assigned/reimbursable customers
  • IMA manages Installation Deployment Support Operations
  • IMA manages RC Mob/De-mob Operations on the Installation
  • IMA conducts Installation Materiel Readiness Reviews
  • Option 1: Transfer orphan units MM/CSSAMO mission to other Sust Bde
  • Option 2: Transfer orphan units MM/CSSAMO mission to IMA (reimbursable)
  • Option 3: Contract orphan units MM/CSSAMO mission with Army oversight

Installation does not contain Sust Bde ( Ft Knox, Ft Sill, Ft Lee, etc)

  • Assign/Resource MM and CSSAMO support to IMA for all units
  • IMA manages Installation Deployment Support Operations for all units
  • IMA manages RC Mob/De-mob Operations on the Installation for all units
  • IMA conducts Installation Materiel Readiness Reviews for all units
conversion deployment timelines

Conversion/Deployment Timelines

Bridging Initiatives

III Corps

Establishing a Logistics Readiness Center

XVIII Corps

Contracting with the DOL

I Corps

Contracting

  • Refining
  • the concept
  • Resourcing
materiel management support recommendation
Materiel Management SupportRecommendation
  • Assist CASCOM in developing an end-to-end solution that defines:
    • Materiel management missions, roles, and functions
    • Force structure gap analysis
    • Reporting requirements
  • Develop and program for an installation support package
  • Develop and fund a Bridging Strategy to support deployment and conversion timelines