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Defense Logistics Agency. Supply – Transportation Interface by Heidi Daverede. Briefing for : Supply PRC April 10, 2008. Background. USTRANSCOM Information Data Flow IPT (July 24-25, 2007) Identified several “air gaps” as systems hand off data to one another Problem:

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background
Background
  • USTRANSCOM Information Data Flow IPT (July 24-25, 2007)
    • Identified several “air gaps” as systems hand off data to one another
    • Problem:
      • Manual processing by downstream system
      • Decrease data quality due to human intervention
      • Increase processing time due to manual work
    • Chartered Standard Transportation Interface sub-IPT to document gaps, identify standard transactions and propose “way ahead”
  • Standard Transportation Interface sub-IPT (August 2007)
    • Top priority gap: lack of seamless interface between retail supply and transportation systems at origin
    • Need two-way standard interface for supply receipt and acknowledgement
      • Pre-lodge release order (material, disposal, and lateral) data to transportation
      • Allow for supply follow-up requests and status responses
      • Allow for cancellation requests and associated acknowledgements
      • Provide material release acknowledgements to supply
    • Provide flexible solution set for legacy and DLMS compliant systems
      • No changes to legacy retail supply systems
      • Use existing transactions to maximum extent possible
virtual warehouse
Retail Supply

Warehouse

(e.g., DMLSS)

Transportation

Docks

(e.g., CMOS)

Virtual Warehouse
dlmso approach
DLMSO Approach
  • Two-phases:
    • Phase I: Stock transactions (e.g., DD1348-1A)
    • Phase II: Non-stock transactions (e.g., DD1149)
  • Initial focus is on Phase I
  • Commence Phase II analysis in Summer 2008
phase i approach
Phase I Approach
  • Identify data requirements
    • MILSTRIP guidance
    • Interface agreements (general cargo, ammo, medical)
  • Identify candidate DLMS EDI/XML
  • Perform gap analysis
  • Develop near & long term courses of action (COA)
    • Near-term: Use DAAS to provide interim capability without impact to supply domain
    • Long-Term: Fill gaps via PDC/ADC and implement in Service ERPs and other DLMS-compliant systems
functional conops normal process
1. Release Order (DS 940R)

DLSS A2_, A4_, A5_, A5J

Retail

Source

of Supply

AIS

Retail

TMO

AIS

2. In-check/Hold Status (DS 945A)

DLSS AE6

5. Shipment Notification (DS 945A)

DLSS AR0, ARJ

Functional CONOPS(Normal Process)
functional conops status
Retail

Source

of Supply

AIS

Retail

TMO

AIS

3a. Status Inquiry (DS 940R)

DLSS AF6, AFJ

3b. Status Response (DS 945A)

DLSS AE6, AEJ

Functional CONOPS(Status)
functional conops cancellations
4a. Order Cancellation (DS 940R)

DLSS AC6, ACJ

Functional CONOPS(Cancellations)

Retail

Source

of Supply

AIS

Retail

TMO

AIS

4b. Order Cancellation Response (DS 945A)

DLSS AE6

functional conops overall
1.Release Order

(940R)

Retail

Source

of Supply

AIS

Retail

TMO

AIS

2. In-check/Hold Status

(945A)

3a. Status Inquiry

(940R)

3b. Status Response

(945A)

4b. Order Cancellation Response

(945A)

4a. Order Cancellation

(940R)

5. Shipment Notification

(945A)

Functional CONOPS(Overall)

Designated transactions are still under review

and are subject to change based on data requirements and gap analyses

proposed coa near term
1.Release Order

(940R)

Retail

Source

of Supply

AIS

Retail

TMO

AIS

2. In-check/Hold Status

(945A)

3a. Status Inquiry

(940R)

3b. Status Response

(945A)

4b. Order Cancellation Response

(945A)

4a. Order Cancellation

(940R)

5. Shipment Notification

(945A)

Proposed COA(Near Term)

Existing MILS, EDI,

XML, flat file formats

Standardized DLMS

formats

DAAS

proposed coa long term
1.Release Order

(940R)

Retail

Source

of Supply

AIS

Retail

TMO

AIS

2. In-check/Hold Status

(945A)

3a. Status Inquiry

(940R)

3b. Status Response

(945A)

4b. Order Cancellation Response

(945A)

4a. Order Cancellation

(940R)

5. Shipment Notification

(945A)

Proposed COA(Long Term)

Standardized DLMS

formats

DAAS

status
Status
  • Identify data requirements
  • Identify candidate DLMS EDI/XML
  • Perform gap analysis
  • Develop near & long term courses of action (COA)
  • Deliverable to USTRANSCOM/DTEB (April 2008)
    • Conduct work group meeting with stakeholders to review analysis
    • Validate criticality of gaps
    • Finalize COA
  • Submit required Proposed DLMS Changes to DLMSO/Supply PRC to fill critical gaps
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