Performance-Based Logistics. Status Report. 2 March 2004. Weapon System Support Challenges. Operational Challenges. Availability of parts High maintenance levels Retention/turnover of maintenance personnel Large maintenance/supply footprint. Implications for Transformation.
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2 March 2004
Implications for Transformation
Integrated strategy to achieve end-to-end accountability for weapon system support that meets transformation goals and requirements.
A joint, disciplined program to successfully implement PBL!
Ensure system is
sustained at optimum
Visibility into cost/risk decisions across life cycle
Providing operational availability; not parts.
*National level fills, all requisitions
PBL programs providing significantly improved response times.
Aircraft And Equipment Pre-PBL and PBL Logistics Response Times (LRT’s) Availability Improvements
F/A-18 Stores Management System (SMS)
Pre - PBL LRT = 42.6 Days PBLLRT = 2 Days CONUS 7 Days OCONUS
Pre - PBL LRT = 56.9 Days PBL LRT 5 Days
Pre - PBL LRT 28.9 Days PBL LRT = 2 Days CONUS 4 Days OCONUS
Pre - PBL LRT = 52.7 PBL LRT = 8 Days
ARC-210 Pre - PBL LRT = 22.8 Days PBL LRT = 5 Days
APU Pre-PBL = 35 Days PBL PBL LRT = 6.5 Days
Achieving Commercial Standards through PBL.
Common Ground Station
Delivering Capability NOW!
* PBL programs readiness exceeded traditional support; several achieved historically high availability!
Availability on Demand
Number of Partnerships(1998 & 2002)
5000 Series Updates
Program Transition per Service Schedules
Enabling Financial Mechanisms
Still On Schedule!!
. . . therefore, we will!!