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OPERATIONAL CENTERS February 18, 2005. Opportunities to consolidate unique or scarce resources for synergy and leveraging. Background. Senior Leadership Team (SLT) Direction to IPT….

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OPERATIONAL CENTERS

February 18, 2005

background

Opportunities to consolidate unique or scarce resources for synergy and leveraging

Background

Senior Leadership Team (SLT) Direction to IPT…

Evaluate the “Operational Performance Centers of Excellence” concept---defined as consolidated DCMA entities responsible for well-defined support or transaction-based activities.

This team will exclusively evaluate Centers responsible for operational activities.

Focus on becoming more effective, i.e., optimizing our impact on customer outcomes. Quality attributes, measures of effectiveness, will vary by each customers’ outcomes but might include accuracy, predictiveness, responsiveness, consistency, etc.

operational centers
Operational Centers

IPT recommended and SLT concurred with aligning the following functions in Operational Centers…

Transportation

CPSR

Terminations

Small Business

Financial Analysis

NSEP

Plant Clearance

Contract Safety

View IPT Recommended Organizational Structures

Note: Transition Planning Teams are reviewing these and changes are possible.

impact on customer outcomes

Varies to some degree by individual Center

Impact on Customer Outcomes

IPT found that Centers could generally increase our Effectiveness in impacting Customer Outcomes through…

  • Increased Skills
  • Surge Capability
  • Technical Supervision
  • Single Focus
  • Responsiveness
  • One Face to Customer
  • Consistency
  • Efficiency

e.g., “Skills” benefit may be most evident in Financial Analysis Center

other ipt findings comments
Other IPT Findings/Comments
  • Centers are virtual---Few (if any) employees will relocate
  • Most work (except NSEP) need not be performed at specific locations so Center employees and future hires should benefit from duty station flexibility.
    • Benefits Agency also by expanding pool of candidates for future recruitment
  • Staff/Policy responsibilities will not be included in an Operational Center
  • Center Director/Management positions will be competitive to maximum extent practical.
  • Operational Centers provide a career path for employees that want to remain in a specific functional field.
ipt rec d implementation dates
IPT Rec’d Implementation Dates

Transportation Apr 05

CPSR Apr 05

Terminations Apr 05

Small Business Jun 05

Financial Analysis Jun 05

NSEP Oct 05

Plant Clearance Oct 05

Contract Safety Oct 05

Note: Dates shown are as briefed to Senior Leaders in November 2004. Expect some dates to slip. Transition Planning Teams are working on detailed milestone schedules.

center alignment
Center Alignment

Transportation DCMAE

CPSR DCMAE

Terminations DCMAE

Small Business DCMA-OCA

Financial Analysis DCMA-OCT

Plant Clearance DCMAW

Contract Safety DCMAW

NSEP TBD

as part of the Industrial Analysis Center

NSEP may become a CMO vice a Center.

implementation status
Implementation Status
  • Transition Planning Teams (comprised of HQ/District/CMO reps) formed for each of the Eight Operational Centers
  • Teams currently developing milestones for:
    • finalizing the Centers’ Org structures,
    • reviewing required Policy/Process Changes,
    • preparing a Functional Automated Systems inventory,
    • identifying Center Personnel,
    • Developing Funding Requirements, and
    • Drafting Position Descriptions
  • Next Update to SLT is March 24th.
communication
Communication

We have developed a CoP in order to provide a forum for ideas, questions, and

concerns.

It’s open to all---simply self-enroll.

Course Title: Operational Centers

Course ID: AA1-OCB-5

Information has also been posted in some established CoPs, e.g., the Small Business CoP.

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10 Org Charts– Continue viewing or click green button to return to presentation.

Transportation

“Virtual” Structure

5 LOCATIONS

23 FTEs + SUPV

5 LOCATIONS

24 FTEs + SUPV

6 LOCATIONS

24 FTEs + SUPV

TPC

Director

6 LOCATIONS

24 FTEs + SUPV

3 LOCATIONS

18 FTEs + SUPV

Employees dispersed within 5 Sectors

proposed organizational structure

Locations based on current Locations

Proposed Organizational Structure

Transportation

Center Director will report to DCMAE-D

About 27 employees per Sector

proposed organization structure

CPSR

Center Director

Dallas

Atlanta

St. Pete

(3)

(4)

Duty Stations

Baltimore

St. Louis

(1)

(2)

Boston

Phoenix

(3)

(1)

N.Y.

Northern

California

(1)

(1)

Virginia

Van Nuys

(1)

(2)

Proposed Organization Structure

CPSR

Center Director reports to the DCMAE-D

Locations based on Current CPSR Analysts’ Permanent Duty Stations. (Also corresponds well with where most reviews take place.)

proposed organizational structure14

Term. Support Offices (TSOs) headed by “Working” Team Leaders.

Proposed Organizational Structure

Terminations

Center Director reports to DCMAE-D

Locations based on current Locations (average 4-5 folks per TSO)

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Executive Director

Contract Management

Operations

(DCMA-OC)

Small &

Disadvantaged

Business Division

(DCMA-OCA)

Contract Business

Operations Division

(DCMA-OCB)

Contract Technical

Operations Division

(DCMA-OCT)

Contract Closeout

Center

(DCMAC-M)

Defense Acquisition

Regulations Council

(DCMA-OCD)

Industrial Analysis

Center

(DCMAC-S)

Contractor Insurance

& Pension Center

(DCMAC-E)

Supplier Operations

Division

(DCMA-OCS)

Financial Analysis

Center

Financial Analysis

Proposed Organization Structure

Center Director reports to the Industrial Analysis Center. All positions will be competed with flexibility in duty station.

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NSEP

Proposed Organization Structure

Center alignment TBD. This may become a CMO vice a Center.

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Plant Clearance

Proposed Organization Structure

Center Director reports to the DCMAW-D

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Plant Clearance

Center and Sector Hub locations

Sector 1

DCMA Boeing LB

DCMA LM Sunnyvale

DCMA NG El Segundo

DCMA San Diego

DCMA Northern California

DCMA Santa Ana

DCMA Los Angeles

DCMA Seattle

Sector 2

DCMA Chicago

DCMA Dallas

DCMA NG Denver

DCMA Raytheon-Tucson

DCMA Phoenix

DCMA San Antonio-Michoud

Sector 3

DCMA Boston

DCMA Hartford

DCMA Long Island

DCMA Maryland

DCMA Philadelphia

DCMA Springfield

DCMA Syracuse

Sector 4

DCMA Atlanta

DCMA Orlando

DCMA Dayton

DCMA Detroit

DCMA Virginia

DCMA Twin Cities

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Locations based on current Locations

Proposed Organizational Structure

Contract Safety

Center Director will report to DCMAW-D

19 employees per Sector

End of Org Charts

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