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Advance Planning Briefing for Industry Conference Objectives. Open and meaningful dialogue with Industry on a fair and equitable basis to foster a mutual understanding of future contract requirements and industry capabilities.

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advance planning briefing for industry conference objectives
Advance Planning Briefing for Industry Conference Objectives
  • Open and meaningful dialogue with Industry on a fair and equitable basis to foster a mutual understanding of future contract requirements and industry capabilities.
  • Engage in face to face dialogue with decisions makers in both Government and Industry that share a key role in supporting our warfighters.
  • ASC clearly defines our upcoming requirements.
  • Industry partners understand ASC upcoming requirements, so that we together meet the needs of our Army at War.
  • Complete a mission: Contribute to making our nation stronger in order to defeat our enemies.
  • Provide an Industry perspective in order to better understand each other’s challenges and exchange ideas to strengthen our partnership.
  • Collectively assess how we are doing, clarify our focus, and ensure we are headed in the right direction.

As of 26 July 2010

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Army Sustainment Command

Overview

Mr. Scott Welker

Deputy to the Commander

AMSAS-DC

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Ammo Plant

Depot Maint

Depot Maint

Installation Armament

Installation Armament

Installation Armament

ACC Contracting Ctr

ACC Contracting Ctr

ACC Contracting Ctr

Face to the Warfighter - Unit Focus

AMC’s Operational Arm to The Army : ASC

Integratingthe Unit & Weapon System View to Deliver Warfighting Capability

Weapons Systems / Fleet Focus

ARMY MATERIEL COMMAND (AMC)

AMCOM/LCMC

Aviation and Missile

Life Cycle Management Command

CECOM/LCMC

Communications-Electronics

Life Cycle Management Command

TACOM/LCMC

Tank-automotive and Armaments Life Cycle Management Command

JM&L LCMCJoint Munitions and Lethality Life Cycle Management Command

HQ AMC Staff

Depot /Arsenal

Installation Armament

ACC Contracting Ctr

ACC Contracting Ctr

403rd AFSB

KOREA

404th AFSB

FT LEWIS, WA

405th AFSB

GERMANY

406th AFSB

FT BRAGG, NC

407th AFSB

FT HOOD, TX

Theater

Aligned

Theater

Aligned

RESET

401st AFSB

AFGHANISTAN

402nd AFSB

IRAQ

BUILD UP

DRAW DOWN

As of 15 Mar 2010

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What We Do

MISSION

ASC synchronizes distribution and sustainment of materiel to and from the field for the Materiel Enterprise in support of the warfighter. On order, executes LOGCAP.

VISION

ASC sustains our Army, is ready to accomplish any mission, is committed to excellence and achieves the highest standards while taking care of our Soldiers, Civilians and their families.

As of 15 Mar 2010

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army sustainment command what we do

Army Sustainment CommandWhat We Do

Materiel Enterprise

Field Integrator

Provide LOGCAP

  • Over 74K Military, Civilian & Contractors
  • $8B Budget FY10
  • Approximately $9B
  • Value of Contracts
  • 34 Locations
    • 23 States
    • 9 Countries
  • 1 Distribution Management Center (DMC)
  • 7 Army Field Support
  • Brigades (AFSBs)
  • 20 Army Field
  • Support Battalions
  • (AFSBns)

Army program for using contractors in wartime and to support Global contingencies for DoD missions.

Synchronizes and integrates

materiel readiness for the war

fighter and our Army, including AL&T.

Support to Contingency Operations

OEF Surge & Sustainment

OIF Drawdown & Sustainment

OUR Haiti Relief Operations

Support to ARFORGEN

Field Level Reset

Left Behind Equipment (LBE)

Pre-Deployment Training Equipment (PDTE)

Logistics Assistance Program (LAP)

Iraq

Afghanistan

Kuwait

Current Opns

Materiel Management

Build/Maintain

Army Prepositioned Stocks (APS)

Provides materiel readiness visibility and management, including property accountability and Source of Repair workloading.

Maintains, accounts for, and cares for stocks in storage world wide, including:  

APS-1 : CONUS

APS-2 : Livorno

APS-3 : Charleston, S.C.

APS-4 : Korea & Japan

APS-5 : Kuwait, Qatar, &

Afghanistan

Materiel Management Center/“The Army’s DISCOM”

Contracting Requirements

Supply Management

ARFORGEN Equipping Strategy

DOL Realignment

ARFORGEN : Army Forces Generation

CONUS : Continental United States

DOL : Director of Logistics

LOGCAP : Logistics Civil Augmentation Program

MATV : MRAP All Terrain Vehicle

MRAP : Mine Resistant Ambush Protected

OEF : Operation Enduring Freedom

OIF : Operation Iraqi Freedom

OUR : Operation Unified Response

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As of 15 Mar 2010

slide7

ASC : AMC’s Operational Arm

Left Behind Equipment (LBE) – equipment that stays on location and arriving forces use the equipment at that location, rather than moving huge amounts of equipment for each and every combat force that deploys.

Theater Provided Equipment - Equipment left in theater when one unit leaves and another takes its place. Certain items are left in theater because these are force protection items.

Army Pre-Positioned Stocks- stored in seven countries and a board ships,

APS means that ammunition, provisions and equipment are readily available whenever the need arises, supplying forces until longer range resource plans are made.

Materiel Management - Materiel Management makes sure the equipment goes where it is needed. Through the Distribution Management Center in Rock Island, IL, and Distribution Management Teams around the world, ASC plans, integrates, and synchronizes equipment demands and supply so that our Warfighters have the equipment they need, when they need it.

Pre-Deployment Training Equipment (PDTE) - Equipment used for training troops prior to deployment.

Logistics Assistance Program (LAP) - Provides the Combatant Commanders with reach back capabilities to the LCMC’s to resolve problems that affect readiness.

Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) - ASC supports the ARFORGEN cycle of Reset, Train, Equip and Deploy. We manage equipment, Reset operations, Left Behind Equipment (LBE), and Pre-Deployment Training Equipment (PDTE). This ensures that Soldiers have proper equipment to train with, and damaged and worn equipment is quickly reset to operational status.

Directorate of Logistics(DOL) - Realignment of the Directorate of Logistics and Contract Management enables AMC to reduce, consolidate and eliminate redundancies in Maintenance Contracts and Capabilities to Gain Efficiencies in the Materiel Enterprise.

Field Level Reset - Maintaining, repairing, discarding, etc., left behind equipment. Reset makes sure equipment is serviceable and available for arriving units.

Logistics Civil Assistance Program (LOGCAP) – Army program for using contractors in wartime and to support global contingencies for DoD missions.

As of 15 Mar 2010

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Army Field Support Brigades (AFSB)

7 Army Field Support Brigades stationed worldwide

Army Field Support Brigade (AFSB) –headed by 7 COLs, oversees and manages all subordinate AFSBn / LSEs, oversees regional Reset, LBE, PDTE, APS

Army Field Support Battalion (AFSBn) – Support to 10 Divisional HQs and 4 APS elements, manages all AMC operations on installation responsible for funding and training, plus 3 provisional Bns for OIF / OEF

Logistics Support Element (LSE) – Support to 3 Corps HQs and other non-divisional units, provides national capabilities, directs DOL workload

  • Brigade Logistics Support Team (BLST) – (50 + 8 GTA) 1 MAJ / CW5, 7-13 LAR positions from TACOM, CECOM, AMCOM, and ASC Interfaces with BCT / CAB SPO, provides national capabilities

Logistics

COL George Akin

404th AFSB

FT. LEWIS, WA

COL John Haley

405th AFSB

KAISERSLAUTERN, GE

Technology

Acquisition

COL Johnny Johnston

406th AFSB

FT. BRAGG, NC

COL Barry Diehl

403rd AFSB

DAEGU, KOREA

Awaiting Photo

COL Danny Tilzey

407th AFSB

FT. HOOD, TX

COL Lawrence Fuller

402nd AFSB

JOINT BASE BALAD, IRAQ

COL Richard O’Connor

401st AFSB

AFGHANISTAN

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As of 20 Jul 2010

logcap world wide support
LOGCAP World Wide Support

Combat Casualties

Employees Killed 104

Employees Wounded 366

Employees Missing 1

LOGCAP

LOGCAP supports US Military & Coalition Forces

59K+/- Contractors provide LOGCAP Support in five countries

U.S. Army Premier Capability ToSupport Global Contingencies ByLeveraging Corporate Assets To Augment Army Current& Programmed CS/CSSForce Structure. Support Enabler For Force Vision& Future Forces

LOGCAP FACTS 2003 – 30 Jun 2010

1.1B meals prepared

81.2M bags of laundry cleaned

224.3M patrons visited MWR facilities

471.7M lbs of mail handled

24.2B gallons ofwaterproduced

268.5M tons of ice produced @ 9 ice plants

7.8B gallons of fuel delivered (bulk/retail)

162.4M miles driven in support of forces

Afghanistan

  • SUPPORTING as of 21 Jul 2010
    • 41 DFACs LC III
    • 70 DFACs LC IV
    • 33 Camps Iraq
    • 89 FOBs Afghanistan
    • 8 CampsKuwait
    • 4 CampsBahrain
    • 1 Camp Oman
    • US Embassy Iraq

Iraq

Kuwait

The Army’s Contingency Contracting Vehicle that Leverages Worldwide Corporate Resources to Bridge the Gap between Logistics Force Structure and Theater Logistics Requirements

As of 19 Jul 2010

Subsistence

Construction

Supply & Distribution

Maintenance

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Materiel Enterprise

DOL Synergy

CURRENT

IMPERATIVES

FUTURE

DOLs

Single Source of Repair on an Installation

  • Seamless Support to SCs
  • DOL as Conduit to Transform ASC
  • Integrate & Control Field Level Maintenance / Supply Capability
  • Decentralized Execution under AFSB / AFSBn C2
  • Optimize Maintenance Capacity and Capabilities (Flexibility to Move Overflow / Workload to DOLs / Depots / Arsenals / OEMs)
  • Standardized PWS / Processes / Metrics
  • Build Augmentation Capability thru Contract Vehicle

FLRCs

AMC

Core Competencies

Aligned

in the

Materiel Enterprise

Numerous Contracts / PWS

AMC

IMCOM

FORSCOM

Standardized

Acquisition Strategy

Multiple

POCs

Multiple

Maintenance Systems

Single POC

on an

Installation

CTC

Fleets

Installation Logistics Linked to AMC

TRADOC

FMX

As of 23 June 2010

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Materiel Enterprise

Materiel Management

CURRENT

IMPERATIVES

FUTURE

  • Seamless Support to Sr Cdr
  • Maximize Army Sustainment Structure ISO Sr Cdr = Leverage ESC/SBs
  • Leverage Automation = Asset Visibility = COP
  • Property Accountability
  • Equipment Readiness / Maintenance Work Loading
  • ARFORGEN Steady State: 1/5/20/90
  • Augment AFSB Materiel management Capability when SBs Deploy

Support

To

OCO

Support

To

OCO

ASC

as

CONUS

TSC

ASC / DMC / DMTs

ESCs

SBs

TPE

STPE-I

Support

To

ARFORGEN

DMC = CONUS

MMC

USETT-I

Retrograde

Support

To

ARFORGEN

ESCs Leveraged

Lead

Materiel

Integrator

Reset

SPO Capability

in AFSB &

AFSBns

LBE

PDTE

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As of 23 June 2010

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Materiel Enterprise

Lead Materiel Integrator (Equipping)

CURRENT

IMPERATIVES

FUTURE

  • ARFORGEN = Progressive Readiness tied to Aim Points
  • Improve Readiness of Units by ME focal point on S-Rating and R-Rating
  • Respond to Demand Signal IAW Army Priorities
  • Leverage Automation
  • Asset Visibility

Lead

Materiel

Integrator

New

Production

Depot Stocks

ARSTAFF

Equipping Lead

New

Production

TPE

Materiel

Enterprise

PDTE

Depot Stocks

TPE

LBE

PDTE

APS

S-Rating

LBE

S- & R-Rating

Other

APS

Managing Friction

Other

R-Rating

RCE

Demand Signal

Equip to MEEL

Equip to MTOE / Msn

EOH

Not

Optimized to Max Units Achieving S-Rating

EOH

Optimized to Max Units Achieving S-Rating

Increased Dwell : BOG

BOG : Dwell

As of 23 June 2010