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Ship Maintenance on the Horizon RADM Clarke Orzalli Director, Fleet Maintenance 21 October 2009 Discussion Topics USFF 2010 N43 Initiatives Norfolk Waterfront MSMO way ahead Process Improvement Best Practices Maintenance History Reach Expected Service Life USFF 2010 N43 Initiatives

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ship maintenance on the horizon

Ship Maintenance on the Horizon

RADM Clarke Orzalli

Director, Fleet Maintenance

21 October 2009

discussion topics
Discussion Topics
  • USFF 2010 N43 Initiatives
  • Norfolk Waterfront
  • MSMO way ahead
  • Process Improvement
  • Best Practices
  • Maintenance History
  • Reach Expected Service Life
usff 2010 n43 initiatives
USFF 2010 N43 Initiatives
  • 1. Partner with OPNAV, NAVSEA and other stakeholders to reduce warship Total Ownership Costs (TOC).
  • Specific initiatives:
    • Incorporate recent reductions of submarine life-cycle maintenance requirements into workload leveling efforts in public and private shipyards.
    • Award Spiral II Multi-Ship Multi Option contracts that increase incentives for cost control as well as continuous process improvement efforts.
    • Co-ordinate with operational schedules to level load ports and more efficiently utilize maintenance dollars.
    • Execute the total FY10 Ship Maintenance Requirement within the allocated resources through implementation of continuous process improvement initiatives.
    • Pilot cost reduction efforts in shipyard processes that have demonstrated performance in Intermediate Level activities.
usff 2010 n43 initiatives4
USFF 2010 N43 Initiatives

2. Establish an integrated strategy for Navy Logistics IT

systems.

Approve Navy Logistics IT strategic plan that is resourced in POM-12.

3. Partner with OPNAV, NAVSEA and other stakeholders to

improve requirements definition for surface ships to achieve expected

service life.

Surface ship requirements reflect needed maintenance to support expected service life and funding requirements are well understood and support the PPBS process.

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714,205 RDs

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Norfolk Waterfront

NSSA PRIVATE SECTOR WORKLOAD

Preliminary projections based on ship schedules

msmo timeline

4/22

Targeted Contract Award Date

MSMO Timeline

2009 2010 2011

Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

Spiral 2 Industry Day

(Washington Navy Yard)

Norfolk DDG Docker

Norfolk DDG Non-Docker

Mayport CG/DDG (New)

San Diego LPD 17 (New)

Norfolk LPD 17 (New)

Norfolk LHA/LHD

PAC NW FFG/DDG

San Diego CG

Spiral 2 Roll-out

spiral 2 contract structure changes enhanced cost control mechanisms
Spiral 1 (FY05-09)

Competitive awards

CPAF

Not exercising options

Denial of sub-ktr consent

TAR process

Spiral 2 (FY10-14)

Competitive awards

CPAF/IF

Not exercising options

Denial of sub-ktr consent

Strengthened TAR Process

Contractor Purchasing Review System: places ceiling on AF pool at 80%

Corrects bad teaming behavior

EVMS cert: ktr value decision only

Cost incentive (IF) in lieu of additional Small Business incentive fee

Perf-based AF progress payments

1-year Rate Caps (in RFP)

Invoke “excessive fee on fee” limitation clause in all contracts

Pre-priced standard work-items

Spiral 2 Contract Structure Changes (Enhanced Cost Control Mechanisms)
  • Navy also drives cost outcomes:
  • Port loading, AIT erosion, process differences
  • Recognized and vigorously managed: C-RMC, MCIT, ASN Policy (proposed)
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Progressive

Projected Future

Engineered

DDG-51 Class Depot Maintenance Programming History

Rusting trunk and deck in

DDG-53 Engine Room # 1

Intake Uptake trunk

(01-174-0-Q).

  • PR-91 through PR-97: “Engineered Operating Cycle” Maintenance Strategy
  • PR-99 thru PR-09: “Progressive” Maintenance
  • POM-10 & Beyond: Return to more rigorous requirement determination to enable ships to reach ESL

Deep Maintenance was Deferred for the Last Decade

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Technical Foundation Paper Projection

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Life Cycle Maintenance

DDG Life Cycle Maintenance

K-mandays

DDG-51 was designed for 30 years but has an ESL of 40 years

sslcm mission vision
SSLCM Mission/Vision
  • Mission:SSLCM Activity shall provide centralized surface ship lifecycle management including; life cycle maintenance engineering, class maintenance planning and management closely aligned to the Fleet, Surface Warfare Enterprise (SWE), and NAVSEA’s needs and priorities.
  • Vision:SSLCM Activity will significantly influence, shape, and provide the engineering rigor for the maintenance, repairs, and modernization of the surface Fleet to ensure ships achieve Expected Service Life (ESL).

SUSTAINED COMBAT READINESS REQUIRES SUSTAINED MATERIAL READINESS

sslcm activity 2012
SSLCM Activity - 2012

SSLCM Act

LNO (1)

NWRMC

SSLCM Act Headquarters (~70)

Portsmouth, VA

SSLCM Act Det (~6) Norfolk, VA

SSLCM Act

Det (~9)

San Diego, CA

SSLCM Act Det (~2) Mayport, FL

SSLCM Act

LNO (1) HRMC

Manning Build (combined MIL/Govt/KTR)

June ’09FY09FY10FY11

45 ~52 ~72 ~92

SSLCM Act

LNO (1) JRMC

surface ship maintenance continuum
Surface Ship Maintenance Continuum

MRS Alliance / Stakeholders

OPNAVNOTE

4700

Requirement

Ship

Sheets

TFP

9-Step

Process

Modernization Plan

Business Constraints

Deferred maintenance $

BAWP

Deferred JCNs

Maintenance Philosophy (Aged notionals)

MMBPs

Docking Frequency

CMP

Midlife Philosophy

Qualified

Repairs

Hot

Wash

AWP

Execution

Execute

Avail

CSMP

  • CMP Improvement Efforts
  • - MRS Tailorings
  • - SSLCM Quicklooks
  • SWE Assessment Program
  • MSMO Recommendations
  • ABS Hull Surveys (Pilot)
  • N81 DDG-51 Lifecycle Study
  • SSLCM/CLASSRON WGs

SSLCM ACTIVITY

TYCOM

CLASSRON/RMCs/MT

ProgrammingFYDP (6 Year)

bawp to awp process
BAWP to AWP Process

SSLCM Act “Lead”

CLASSRON “Follow”

CLASSRON “Lead”

SSLCM Act “Follow”

SSLCM Act / CLASSRON

Joint Team

Execution &

Post Avail

Close-out

BAWP

AWP

Execution

Closeout

A-720

A-540

A-360

A-240

A-120

A-75

A-0

Process Business Rules & Continuous

Process Improvement Metrics are

Essential

Increase Process Discipline, Work Package Visibility, & Document Deferred Risk

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SRA 1-1

SRA 3-2

SRA 1-4

Adjudicated Maintenance Requirements by Availability

SRA 2-1

EDSRA

SRA 2-4

SRA 3-1

ESRA

SRA 3-4

  • Each tab includes the notional work items for:
  • Required Maintenance Tasks
  • Qualified Tasks
  • Condition Based Tasks
  • Tank and Voids
  • Fleet Alterations
  • Growth/New work
  • Deferred Maintenance bow wave

DSRA 1

SRA 1-3

DSRA 2

SRA 1-2

SRA 2-3

SRA 1-5

SRA 2-2

DSRA 2

SRA 2-5

ICMP Strengthening at the task level, improving the CMP and TFP

Technical Foundation Paper (TPF): DDG-51