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DoD Affordability and Efficiency Initiatives. Mr. Randy Fowler | Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Materiel Readiness. Logistics FIPT October 8, 2010. 10pm30- 1.

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DoD Affordability and Efficiency Initiatives

Mr. Randy Fowler| Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense

Materiel Readiness

Logistics FIPT

October 8, 2010

10pm30- 1

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Why this effort and why now?

“There is every reason to believe the efficiencies we are seeking can be realized. It has taken years for excessive costs and unproductive overhead to creep into our business practices, but over the coming years we can surely work them out again. “

“Those who hesitate to do down the road of great efficiency must consider the alternative: broken or cancelled programs, budget turbulence, uncertainty and unpredictability for industry, erosion of taxpayer confidence that they are getting value for their defense dollar, and above all, lost capability for the warfighter in a dangerous world. Not only can we succeed: we must.”

10pm30- 2

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“First, is this [DoD inefficiency] respectful of the American taxpayer at a time of economic and fiscal duress? And second, is this activity or arrangement the best use of limited dollars given the pressing needs to take care of our people, win the wars we are in, and invest in the capabilities necessary to deal with the most likely and lethal future threats?” (Secretary Gates)

Focus on Affordability

“Total ownership costs are part of my requirements and acquisition decisions – we will not buy a ship if it is unaffordable today and we will not buy it if it will be unaffordable over its lifetime.” (ADM Roughead)

Affordability: The degree to which the life-cycle cost of an acquisition program is in consonance with the long-range modernization, force structure, and manpower plans of the individual DoD Components, as well as for the Department as a whole. (Defense Acquisition Guidebook, 3.2)

10pm30- 3

insider insights
Insider Insights
  • Do more without more
  • Most important initiative, next to supporting the force
  • Negative consequences of churn
  • This is not about cutting industry’s profit. This is about buying stuff that costs less.
  • Gotta make it genetic
  • Centerpieces of the 23 Initiatives
    • Affordability up front
    • Should Cost
    • Portfolio Management

Relentless – “Like a Dog With A Bone!”

  • Not about savings, about re-directing to warfighter accounts
  • Not about oversight, but about helping PMs achieve success
  • It’s not about culture – it’s about behavior
  • Think, Don’t Write

10pm30- 4

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NOTIONAL SYSTEM: “ABC” – MILESTONE A

Affordability Targets

Trade Excursions Plan

TACAIR Portfolio Investment Funding Profile

CY FY10$B

Today

10pm30- 6

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NOTIONAL SYSTEM: “ABC” – MILESTONE B

Proposed Affordability Requirements

Trade Excursions Reductions

TACAIR Portfolio Investment Funding Profile

CY FY10$B

Today

10pm30- 7

shipbuilding portfolio view
Shipbuilding Portfolio View

FY02-FY11

Carriers

Other

10%

11%

CLF

Subs

11%

10%

Sm Sealift

CruDes

5%

35%

Frigates/MCM

Lg Sealift

10%

21%

Comparison of Average Procurement Cost (1 ship)FFG 7 + MCM 1 vs. LCS (Seaframe + Average Mission Module)

Amphib

11%

MCM 1

LCS

FFG 7

Frigates/MCM

(LCS)

Procurement

27%

% of Shipbuilding Budget by Ship Mission Type Average for FY02-FY11

LCS Procurement Profile – FY 11 Long Range Shipbuilding Plan

SHIPBUILDING

SCN + NDSF

35%

10pm30- 8

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NOTIONAL SYSTEM: “ABC” – MILESTONE C

Program Master Schedule

(Detived from Contractor IMS Data)

Execution Performance

(Based on CPR Data)

Schedule Delays or Risks:

Key or High Risk Deliverables

Cost / Quantity / Schedule (CQS) Index

(Derived from Program SOW, CPR, IMS)

Scope Growth vs. Cost Growth:

Quantity Changes:

Schedule Issues:

10pm30- 9