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Program Executive Office Ammunition. 11-13 May 2004. Presented By: Mr. Matthew T. Zimmerman Associate PEO Ammunition – Industrial Base. Presented To: NDIA Small Arms Symposium. PEO Ammo. MISSION. Develop and Procure Conventional and Leap-Ahead Munitions Combat Power to Warfighters.

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Program Executive Office Ammunition

11-13 May 2004

Presented By:

Mr. Matthew T. Zimmerman

Associate PEO Ammunition – Industrial Base

Presented To:

NDIA Small Arms Symposium

peo ammo
PEO Ammo

MISSION

Develop and Procure Conventional and Leap-Ahead Munitions Combat Power to Warfighters

GOALS

  • Field Precision Munitions & Smart Weapons
  • Improve and Sustain the Conventional Stockpile
  • Satisfy the Customer, Achieve Excellence
  • Grow World-Class People and Teams
peo ammo organization

Washington, D.C.

Liaison Team

Close Combat

Systems

Mr. Jim Sutton PM

Combat Ammo

Systems - Indirect Fire

COL Nate Sledge PM

Maneuver Ammo

System - Direct Fire

Mr. Bill Sanville PM

Joint Services

COL Jeff Gwilliam PM

DEMIL

PEO Ammo Organization

PEO Ammunition

BG Paul Izzo PEO

Mr. Kevin Fahey DPEO

Industrial Base

Mr. Matt Zimmerman

APEO Industrial Base

Networked Munitions/ Munitions / Countermine

Demolitions /

Non-Lethal

Medium & Small Caliber

Mortars

Excalibur

Large Caliber

peo ammo main objectives
PEO Ammo Main Objectives
  • Unify & Integrate Ammunition Management Under One Single Chain of Command…by Consolidating Responsibility and Resource Management in the PEO
  • Develop a Unified Munitions Acquisition Strategy
    • Integrate Requirements…Training, War Reserve, & Modernization
    • Include SMCA Mission
    • By Munition Family
  • Identify and Optimize Key Business Processes
  • Develop and Implement an Industrial Base

Strategy (Organic and

Commercial)

Common Themes From

PNNL Study, GAO Study,

and Rand Study

Authority and Accountability…

For Meeting Full Military Requirement For all Ammo Families

where we are today

All Major Issues Resolved

  • Moving Forward With Execution
  • Measuring Improvements
Where We Are Today
  • Single Manager for Conventional Ammunition (SMCA)
    • ASA(ALT) Named SMCA – 8 Jan 2003
    • PEO Ammunition Named SMCA Executor – 16 Apr 2003
    • Section 806 Authority Assigned 16 April 2003
    • SMCA Charter in Service Review
    • All FY04 Service Funding Goes thru PEO Ammunition
    • PM’s are Engaging Other Services
    • Formed SMCA Acquisition Council
    • Completed Executive 6 Sigma Black Belt Program
    • Implementing Ammo Enterprise
  • Metrics – Covering All SMCA Functional Areas
single manager for conventional ammunition smca
Single Manager for Conventional Ammunition (SMCA)

DOD D5160.65

DOD I5160.68

  • SMCA Key Objective: Achieve the Highest Possible Degree of Efficiency and Effectiveness Acquiring Conventional Ammunition
  • SMCA Functions:
    • RDTE
    • Production Base
    • Acquisition
    • Supply & Maintenance
    • Demilitarization
ammunition enterprise definition
Ammunition Enterprise Definition
  • The Ammunition Enterprise is the integration of people, infra-structure and processes required for ammunition life cycle management to support the warfighter.

JMC-PEO Ammo - ARDEC

rda fy 04 peo ammo budget total
RDA FY 04 PEO Ammo Budget Total

Total: $1,799.6M

(12%)

(3%)

(39%)

(14%)

(32%)

Source: FY05 PB

  • PM Maneuver Ammunition Systems
  • Large Caliber
  • Medium Caliber
  • Small Caliber
  • PM Combat Ammunition Systems
  • Artillery Ammunition
  • Artillery Fuze
  • Mortar

RDTE $184,067

WTCV $10,027

OPA $39,224

Ammo $339,633

RDTE $26,521

Ammo $670,148

  • PM Close Combat Systems
  • Mines, Countermines & Demolition

RDTE $133,615

OPA $17,884

Ammo $108,881

  • PM Joint Services
  • PEO Industrial Base
  • Demil

RDTE $30,937

Ammo $181,626

PEO Ammo

RDTE $31,595

Ammo $25,446

fy04 peo ammo funding m
FY04 PEO Ammo Funding ($M)

PEO Ammo

Total=$1,799.6M

Industrial Base

Total=$131.22M

PAA Total= $109M

RDTE

$22.22

RDTE

($406.7M)

IF

$32.35

WP MOD (plus-up)

$24.30

Procurement

1,392.9M

IF (Plus Up)

$25.31

ARMS

(Plus Up)

$7.00

MIF

$5.8

LIF

$9.7

ARMS

$4.57

IF=Industrial Facilities

MIF=Maintenance of Industrial Facilities

LIF= Layaway of Industrial Facilities

ARMS= Armament Retooling & Manufacturing Support (ARMS)

WP MOD= White Phosphorous Modernization

Production

Base Support

Program

Source: FY05 PB

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Section 806 Summary

19

$2430.4M

39

52

$421.3M

$223.9M

64

$860M

42

$1274.7M

21

40

$205.2M

10

$321.4M

$26.2M

Procurement Approach Distributions

  • Section 806:
  • Public Law 105-261, Procurement of Conventional Ammunition
  • Permits SMCA to Restrict Procurements to Sources within NTIB

FY04 Procurements

FY03 Procurements

FY03 Sec 806s

FY04 Sec 806s

  • PEO Ammo Delegated Section 806 Authority Nov 02

Competition Limited to the NTIB

Full and Open

Sole Source

Small Business Set Aside

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WWII

1941-1945

2500

VIETNAM

1966-1975

KOREA

1950-1953

2000

12

Plants

1500

3

Plants

2

Plants

Millions of Rounds

1

Plant

ATK

1000

USA

Olin

Multiple

MFGs

Remington Arms

500

0

1944

1950

1956

1962

1968

1974

1980

1986

1992

1998

2004

2010

Years

Small Arms Ammo Production History

requirement increases produced at lake city
Requirement Increases(Produced at Lake City)

Unknowns associated with live fire training and OIF Supplemental

Increased requirements due to Chief of Staff training surge

Source: Integrated Conventional Ammunition Procurement Plan

FY04 Draft Execution Price List Quantity

small cal ammo scenarios

DESIRED SURGE CAPABILITY

GOAL ALL SERVICES

UNFUNDED

REQUIREMENTS

ALT. SOURCE

LCAAP CAPACITY

POM FUNDING

(ALL SERVICES)

Small Cal Ammo Scenarios
small caliber ammunition
Small Caliber Ammunition
  • .50 Cal: A large number of soldiers commented that the M2 machine gun is “…the best weapon in the Army”
    • They successfully engaged and destroyed targets (light armor, buildings and personnel) between 50-2000 meters without experiencing any major malfunctions or breakages on the weapon system
  • 7.62mm: Coax machine gun and loader machine gun were most widely used weapons for tanks
    • Ammunition and weapon systems performed very well
  • 5.56mm: Most soldiers considered M16 weapon series to be very accurate regardless of the version or sighting system
    • One sniper team spotter employed his M16A4 (equipped with a high powered scope) against targets at 600 and 800 meters with first round hits in each case
industrial base strategic plan

Outlines Goals and Tactics to Shape the Industrial Base

Single Manager for Conventional Ammunition (SMCA)

Industrial Base Strategic Plan: 2015

Volume A

3 November 2003

Program Executive Office Ammunition

SFAE-AMO

Picatinny Arsenal, NJ 07806-5000

Industrial Base Strategic Plan

7 Overarching

Strategies

30 Tactical

Strategies

1. Acquisitions Will Determine and Posture the Production Base.

2. Acquisitions and Investments Will be Synchronized to Assure Required Manufacturing Capabilities Remain Available.

3. Opportunities for Greater Joint Service Activity Will be Identified and Implemented.

Strategic Goals:

1. Transform to Meet Current and Future Requirements

2. Modernize Utilized Manufacturing Capacity

3. Balance Industrial Base & Acquisition Management Risk

4. Operate Efficiently and Effectively

5. Incentivize Industry to Reinvest in Capital Equipment and Processes

Sample Overarching Strategies:

goco production base outlook
GOCO Production Base Outlook

FY04

FY06

FY07

FY05

FY08

FY09

FY10

FY11

FY12

Chamberlain

Scranton

BRAC05

Norris

Riverbank

Valentec

Louisiana

FY03

Radford

ATK

FY99

Lake City

Facilities-Jul 24

Kansas

Principal Strategy:

Lone Star

1-Align Facility Use Contracts w/ BRAC05

Day &

Zimmermann

Miss.

MTI

2-Pursue Feasibility and Overall Business Case for Sell, Long Term Lease, and/or Capability Consolidation (Pending BRAC Outcome)

Milan

American

Ordnance

General

Dynamics

Iowa

BAE Syst

OSI

Holston

= Contract term expires

Facilities-Jun 23

= Decision or actionable point

summary the ammunition enterprise is
Summary – The Ammunition Enterprise is …
  • Supporting Current Operations/Planning Future
  • Improving Ammunition

Life-Cycle Practices

  • Focused, Well-Trained Workforce
  • Leveraging World Class Capabilities & Technologies
  • Vital to the development of products for the Future Joint Force