Reduce Total Ownership Cost (R-TOC). PURPOSE: The R-TOC program is to achieve readiness improvements in systems by improving the reliability of the system or the efficiency of the process to support them. Reduce Total Ownership Cost (R-TOC). Background:
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The R-TOC program is to achieve readiness improvements in systems by improving the reliability of the system or the efficiency of the process to support them.
A May 1999 memo from the USD/A&T stressed that the purpose of R-TOC was to maintain or improve current readiness while reducing O&S costs. The memo instructed the Services to focus on three general R-TOC approaches.
A DoD "Strategy for Affordability" established a 20% O&S cost reduction goal for FY2005.
To provide the DoD workforce with the knowledge, understanding and skills required to implement R-TOC initiatives necessary to improve system readiness and reduce operation and support costs.
2 April – CDSC provides suggested guidelines to Meridian KSI.
12 April – Meridian e-mails course outline to CDSC.
16 April – CDSC meets with OSD representative to coordinate content of R-TOC with the content of a R-TOC guide to be soon published.
17 April - representatives from CDSC, OSD & Meridian meet to flush out course content requirements.
20 June – Course content provided to Meridian in preparation for storyboard phase.
21 Aug. – Beta Testing
26 Sept. – 10 Oct. Target dates for making the R-TOC course available to DAU students.
Course Delivery & Content:
Delivery – The material is to be delivered in six lessons. The total on line “seat-time” is three hours. On average there are 35 screens for each of the six lessons.
Content Overview – Collectively the course provides an orientation to R-TOC requirement, definitions of key concepts, and description of best practices. Course material also consist of a short P.E. at the beginning and end of the course, as well as, a post test with a minimum passing score of 70%.
Lesson 1- R-TOC Course Goals & Objectives: The course emphasizes cost of ownership reduction from a system perspective.
Lesson 2- Introduction to RTOC Principles: A presentation of transactional material& an interactive exercise to introduce R-TOC in practice. Review question where appropriate are also included.
Lesson 3 – R-TOC Approaches: This module contains management & technical approaches to R-TOC. Two examples, R-TOC Approach for total team integration & improved reliability contribution to R-TOC.
Course Content (con’t)
Lesson 4 – R-TOC Tools: Examples of tools are risk analysis tools, Cost as an independent variable, and metrics that support R-TOC.
Lesson 5 – Suggested R-TOC Practices: to include presentations on COTS & NDI, Technology insertion, and managing non-core competencies.
Lesson 6 – R-TOC in Practice (Car Buying Exercise): This is revisiting the practical exercise in Lesson 2 to examine the initial their decision in light of new facts, decisions, information, and rationale provide by subsequent lessons.
Course Maintenance & Relevance: