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UNCLASSIFIED. Sierra Army Depot Industry Day AMC Public-Private Partnership 7 June 2012. Ruby Price, HQAMC G-4 Industrial Base Capabilities. What is a Partnership?.

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UNCLASSIFIED

Sierra Army Depot Industry Day

AMC Public-Private Partnership

7 June 2012

Ruby Price, HQAMC G-4 Industrial Base Capabilities

UNCLASSIFIED

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What is a Partnership?

  • Agreement between an Army facility and one or more private industry to perform work or utilize the Army’s facilities and equipment.

Due to Army Partnerships are Big Business

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Types of Partnerships

  • Workshare
  • Teaming
  • Facility Use
  • Lease
  • Direct Sales

Due to Army Partnerships are Big Business

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Army Objectives

  • Improve Operational efficiencies
  • Lower cost of products and services
  • Accelerate innovation
  • Leverage public-private investment
  • Sustain critical skills and capabilities
  • DArmy Partnerships are Big Business
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WHY PARTNER?

  • Public-Private Partnership Opportunities
  • with the Army’s Industrial Base:
  • Manufacturing Arsenals,
  • Maintenance Depots and
  • Ammunition Plants

Due to Army Partnerships are Big Business

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Benefits to Partner

  • Access to advanced-technology equipment and facilities
  • Potential use of hard-to-receive hazardous waste permits
  • Leverage long-term use agreements
  • Reduced capital investment and overhead costs
  • Leverage:
    • ISO-certified facilities
    • OSHA-compliant facilities
    • Lean-Six Sigma processes
  • Access to diversified, deployable, and skilled workforce
  • Secured locations
what s available in the enterprise
What’s Available in the Enterprise

Facilities:

Warehouses

Manufacturing and Repair facilities

Ranges (firing and test)

Secure locations

Equipment (specialized equipment and tooling):

Foundry and rotary forge

Seven axis machining centers

Guided boring of thick wall cylinders

Tool, die and gage development and production

Trained and Skilled workforce:

Competent and competitive

Deployable

Lean Six Sigma experience

ISO and OSHA experience

ISO-certified

AND

OSHA-compliant

Industrial operations

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AMC’s Product Commodities

LCMCs

  • Combat and Tactical vehicles )manned/unmanned)
  • Armaments
  • Watercraft
  • Fuel and Water Distribution Equipment
  • Soldier, Biological, and Chemical equipment
  • Clothing
  • Food

Tank-Automotive & Armaments Command LCMC

  • Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance
  • Jammers
  • Power and Energy
  • Generators

Communications-Electronics LCMC

Joint Munitions &

Lethality LCMC

  • Aviation (Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, Special Operations)
  • Missile (Army, Navy, Air Force)
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems

Aviation and Missile LCMC

enterprise capabilities
Enterprise Capabilities
  • Overhaul/repair/remanufacture
    • Ground vehicles & helicopters (including components)
    • Radios, radars & other electronic items
  • Product design, development, engineering & fabrication
  • Heavy and light machining
  • Heat treatment, plating & finishes
  • Wood pallet manufacturing
  • Explosive and propellant production
  • Chemical/Biological protective equipment repair/rebuild
amc s industrial facilities and capabilities
AMC’s Industrial Facilities and Capabilities
  • Storage & Handling – Controlled
  • Environment
  • Rail Car Storage
  • Chemical / Biological Protective
  • Equipment Repair / Remanufacture
  • Precision Bearings Analysis
  • Foundry & Rotary Forging
  • Heat Treatment, Plating & Finishes
  • Tool, Die & Gage Development &
  • Production
  • Wood Pallet Manufacturing
  • Explosive & Propellant Production
  • Guided Boring of Thick Wall Cylinders
  • Production Design, Development,
  • Engineering & Fabrication
  • Automated Testing
  • Metallurgy
  • Firing & Test Ranges
  • Overhaul / Repair / Remanufacture
    • Ground Vehicles & Helicopters
    • (Including Components)
    • Radios, Radars & Other Electronic Items
  • Heavy & Light Machining
  • Seven-axis Machining Centers

= Manufacturing

= Maintenance

= Ammo Production

= Non-Ammo Storage

AAA: Army Ammunition Activity

AAP: Army Ammunition Plant

AD: Army Depot

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Full Spectrum of Industrial Capabilities

Test and Evaluation

Engineering and

Prototyping

Manufacturing

Commercial

Partners

Life Cycle

Management

Commands

Depots, Arsenals, and Plants

PEOs and PMs

Field Services

Maintenance and Overhaul

Storage

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AMC Partnerships

  • = Small Business
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How to Partner with the Army

  • Determine the Product or Service you want to Partner to the AMC.
  • Determine which AMC installation suits your need
  • - Use available sources such as AMC Metal Book and AMC Successful Partnering
  • Newsletter (can be found at www.amc or by contacting AMC Industrial Base
  • Capabilities Division, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama 35898)
  • 3. Initiate First Contact with the AMC Installation.
  • 4. Briefing of Product/Capabilities
  • 5. If the Product/Capability is accepted, a Teaming/Partnering Agreement is signed by the Installation Commander.
  • 6. Development of the Proposal between the government and Industry.

Both government and private sector benefits from the ability

to leverage core competencies, capabilities and technologies.

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Conclusion

Partnering Can be a Winning Strategy for All

  • Win for Warfighter
    • A Weapon System—Ready When Needed
  • Win for Acquisition Offices
    • Single-Point Accountability to Maximum Extent Practicable
    • Optimum Solutions for Overall Service Objectives
  • Win for Industry
    • Utilization of Existing & New Organic Investments
    • Profits / Reputation Associated With Partnerships
  • Win for Organic Maintenance Depots
    • Workload to Maintain Core Capabilities
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Winning Opportunity for all

  • Warfighter
  • Industry
  • Government

ENABLING THE WARFIGHTER THROUGH COLLABORATION WITH INDUSTRY

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AMC Partnership POC

Ruby Price

HQAMC AMCLG-IB

Ph: 256-450-7128

Email: reds.Partnerships@conus.army.mil

Mail: Headquarters, U.S. Army Materiel Command ATTN: AMCLG-IB (Ms. Price) A3SE070.007

4400 Martin Road

Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5000

AMC Partnership Opportunities Web Site:

http://www.amc.army.mil/amc/partnershipopportunities.html

Email: reds.Partnerships@conus.army.mil