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  1. INTRODUCTION TO NALCOMIS OIMA UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO: DESCRIBE NALCOMIS PRINCIPLE, OBJECTIVE, AND BENEFITS NALCOMIS TERMINOLOGY NALCOMIS OIMA ONLINE MENU/HELP SCREEN

  2. INTRODUCTION TO NALCOMIS OIMA WHAT’S NEW IN OPTIMIZED

  3. WHAT’S NEW IN OPTIMIZED • OPTIMIZED NALCOMIS IMA CONTAINS ALL OF THE • PROCEDURES AND DATA VALIDATIONS THAT WERE • PRESENT IN THE LEGACY VERSION OF NALCOMIS. • USED BY MANAGERS, SUPERVISORS AND USERS • STILL GOVERNED BY THE NAMP

  4. WHAT’S NEW IN OPTIMIZED • OPTIMIZED IMA HAS AUTOMATED DOCUMENTATION • BY HAVING THE USER’S MANUAL ON LINE AS WELL AS • OTHER DOCUMENTS INCLUDING HELP • ADDITIONALLY, OPTIMIZED IMA PROVIDES THE USER • WITH THE CAPABILITY OF CREATING ADHOC QUERIES • OR REPORTS.

  5. WHAT’S NEW IN OPTIMIZED • NALCOMIS LEGACY CONVERSATION CODES HAVE • BEEN ELIMINATED • REQUIRED DATA FIELDS ARE IN BOLD PRINT • IN OPTIMIZED LAYOUT OF SCREENS MAKES IT EASIER • TO USE

  6. WHAT’S NEW IN OPTIMIZED • THE ENTIRE MAF IS AT YOUR FINGERTIPS BY USING • THE SCREEN TABS TO PAGE FROM ONE RECORD TO • THE NEXT • THE MAF LIST MAKES MAF INFORMATION MUCH • EASIER TO REVIEW. YOU CAN SORT THE LIST AS • DESCRIBED EARLIER. TO LOOK AT A PARTICULAR • MAF SIMPLY DOUBLE CLICK

  7. WHAT’S NEW IN OPTIMIZED • PULL DOWN MENUS ON DATA FIELDS EXPLAIN THE • CODES OR ELEMENTDEFINITIONS. THIS SAVES A LOT • OF LOOK UP TIME • SCREEN LAYOUT AND HELP FUNCTIONS PROMOTES A • USER-FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE • GIVES YOU MORE CONFIDENCE TO USE THE SYSTEM

  8. INTRODUCTION TO NALCOMIS OIMA PURPOSE

  9. PURPOSE • NALCOMIS provides O-level, I-level and ASD activities with a • modern, real time, responsive computer based management • information system. The three objectives of NALCOMIS are to • increase aircraft readiness by providing local maintenance, • provide supply managers with timely and accurate information • required in their day-to-day management and decision making • process to reduce the administrative burden on the fleet, and • improve the quality of upline reported data.

  10. GENERAL INFORMATION • The Naval Aviation Logistics Command Management • Information System (NALCOMIS) Intermediate Maintenance • Activity (IMA) provides aviation maintenance and material • management with timely, accurate, and complete information on • which to base daily maintenance and supply decisions.

  11. GENERAL INFORMATION • Using SQs, users are assigned authority to perform specific tasks • within the IMA application. These tasks are divided into • subsystems within the application and range from adding assets • to the system to ordering and issuing repair parts to MAFs. • Help is provided to assist in the performance of these tasks. • All processes are based on the requirements set forth in the • Naval Aviation Maintenance Plan (NAMP). For additional • process information, refer to the NAMP.

  12. SYSTEM OVERVIEW • NALCOMIS IMA provides a means to satisfy the Naval Aviation • Maintenance Program (NAMP) requirements while also furnishing • data entry and interface capability with other major Integrated • Logistics Support (ILS) systems in the naval aviation logistics • community. NALCOMIS IMA is one of the optimized applications • in the Naval Tactical Command Support System (NTCSS) suite. • NALCOMIS IMA offers online, intermediate-level maintenance • management by:

  13. SYSTEM OVERVIEW • Providing planning, scheduling, reporting, and tracking capability • of maintenance actions. • Increasing aircraft readiness by providing local maintenance and • supply managers with timely and accurate information. • Improving the quality of reported data. • Interfacing with afloat and ashore supply systems to satisfy • maintenance requirements and reconcile information. • Interfacing with activities that need aircraft maintenance and logistics information.

  14. INTRODUCTION TO NALCOMIS OIMA TERMINOLOGY

  15. TERMINOLOGY • ACBAL……ACCOUNTABLE BALANCE. • AWDUE…..AWAITING DUE. • CANNIB…..CANNIBALIZATION • DBA…..DATA BASE ADMINISTRATOR • HCN…..HARD COPY NOTICE. • INPRO..IN PROCESS. • IOR……ISSUE ON REQUEST. • ISSER…ISSUE IN PROCESS FOR SERIAL NUMBER-CONTROLLED ITEM.

  16. TERMINOLOGY • ISSIP…..ISSUE IN PROCESS. • LICN……LOCAL ITEM CONTROL NUMBER. • MDS……MAINTENANCE DATA SYSTEM. • MENU…A LIST OF RELATED NALCOM IS ITEMS. WHICH ALLOW THE • SELECTION OF A SUBSYSTEM, OR CONVERSATION (NOW CALLED FUNCTION). • MRMS…MAINTENANCE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. • NPM…..NALCOM IS PERSONNEL MODULE.

  17. TERMINOLOGY • OFFAR..OFF-LINE FOR ALTERNATE NIIN REVIEW. • OFF-LINE.. THE PROCESS BY WHICH A DOCUMENT IS TEMPORARILY • REMOVED FROM THE AUTOMATED PROCESS FOR SPECIAL ATTENTION. • OFFLOAD..REMOVAL FROM THE DATA BASE. • OFFMP……OFF-LINE FOR MANUAL PROCESSING. • OFFTR……OFF-LINE FOR TECHNICAL RESEARCH. • OFISS…….OFF-LINE WHEN RECEIPT-ON-BOARD QUANTITY DIFFERS • FROM THE ISSUE QUANTITY.

  18. TERMINOLOGY • OFROB…..OFF-LINE WHEN RECEIPT-ON-BOARD • QUANTITY DIFFERS FROM THE POD QUANTITY. • OFVAL……OFF-LINE FOR VALIDATION. • ONLOAD…RESTORES OR ENTERS INTO THE DATA BASE. • SCREEN…A SET OF FIELDS THAT APPEAR WHEN A • NALCOMIS FUNCTION IS PREFORMED. • SQ……..SPECIAL QUALIFICATION / TASKINGS.

  19. INTRODUCTION TO NALCOMIS OIMA NTCSS OVERVIEW LOG-ON / LOG-OFF

  20. INTRODUCTION TO NALCOMIS OIMA NTCSS OVERVIEW

  21. INTRODUCTION TO NALCOMIS OIMA NTCSS OVERVIEW NAVAL TACTICAL COMMAND SUPPORT SYSTEM IS A MULTIFUNCTIONAL PROGRAM DESIGNED TO PROVIDE INFORMATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TO VARIOUS AFLOAT AND FLEET SUPPORT SHORE SITES

  22. INTRODUCTION TO NALCOMIS OIMA NTCSS OVERVIEW NTCSS PROVIDES A FULL RANGE OF RESPONSIVE TACTICAL SUPPORT ADP HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE TO FACILITATE MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION, PERSONNEL, MATERIAL AND FUNDS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN AND OPERATE SURFACE SHIPS, SUBMARINE AND AIRCRAFT BOTH ASHORE AND AFLOAT

  23. MANAGE DATA BASE SECURITY NTCSS OVERVIEW NTCSS PROVIDES A FULL RANGE OF RESPONSIVE TACTICAL SUPPORT ADP HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE TO FACILITATE MANAGEMENT OF INFORMATION, PERSONNEL, MATERIAL AND FUNDS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN AND OPERATE SURFACE SHIPS, SUBMARINE AND AIRCRAFT BOTH ASHORE AND AFLOAT

  24. Force Level - OptimizedHardware Architecture

  25. Force Level - Optimized Hardware Architecture

  26. MANAGE DATA BASE SECURITY • KEY BOARD • ESC: ESCAPE, BACKOUT OR CANCEL • F1: ONLINE BOOKS • SHIFT + F1: FIELDLEVELHELP • SHIFT: UPPER /LOWER CASE TEXT • CTRL + F1: WINDOW LEVEL HELP • ALT: HOT KEYS, MENU FUNCTIONS • ARROWS: SCROLL UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT • CTRL: SPECIAL FUNCTIONS • ENTER: EXECUTE A COMMAND • MOUSE • LEFT: EXECUTE A COMMAND • RIGHT: SORT LIST BOXES

  27. Click on the “Launch NTCSS2” icon

  28. Click on Accept

  29. Double Click on NALCOMIS

  30. Double Click on NALCOMIS Double Click on NALCOMIS

  31. SCREEN FAMILIARIZATION • Title bar • Status bar • Menu bar • Button bar • Window bar components • Window

  32. MINIMIZE TITLE BAR SCREEN RESIZE BUTTON BAR MENU BAR CLOSE APPLICATION STATUS DATE / TIME USER INFO

  33. Click on NALCOMIS in the Menu Bar SUBSYSTEMS

  34. MANAGE DATA BASE SECURITY LOG OFF PROCEDURES

  35. exit exit Point “CURSOR” on “Exit” button & “left click” on Mouse NALCOMIS EXIT Screen # 1

  36. Click here to exit NTCSS

  37. Windows 2000 LOGOUT or SHUTDOWN Procedures Screen # 1 Click“Shut Down” key

  38. Windows 2000 Logout / Shut Down Procedures Shut Down Windows Are you sure you want to: Shut down the computer ? SHUT DOWN Restart the computer ? Close all programs and log on as a different user? Help OK No Point“CURSOR” on either button & Click “OK”

  39. INTRODUCTION TO NALCOMIS OIMA NALCOMIS ONLINE MENU / HELP SCREEN

  40. HELP !!!

  41. NALCOMIS ONLINE MENU / HELP SCREEN • Three help options are available for your selection: • Window Help: Window help consists of detailed descriptions of • the window you are currently on. You access this type of help by • clicking the Help button at the bottom of the window or by • pressing CTRL + F1 on the keyboard. • Field Help: Field help provides an explanation of the field, list, • check box, or other control item on the window. You access it by • clicking the control item and then pressing SHIFT + F1.

  42. NALCOMIS ONLINE MENU / HELP SCREEN • User's Guide Help: User's Guide Help Topics contains a list of • topics available for you to browse. The Contents tab lists the major • topic headings of the user guide as books, which you can open by • double-clicking them. The book opens and all subordinate topic • headings appear. To access the Users Guide help, press F1.

  43. NALCOMIS ONLINE MENU / HELP SCREEN • Tips appear at the bottom of many topics throughout Users Guide • help with links to helpful hints and shortcuts. When finished with • a topic, use the Back Button to take you back to the previous • window, or use the arrow buttons (<< and >>) to move in sequence • to the next or previous topic. (These are not the same, since Back • follows the order of your inquiries and the arrow buttons follow • the order of the manual.) Click Help Topics to view the contents of • the User Guide.

  44. Click on Help

  45. Click on User’s Guide Help Topics NOTICE THAT FIELD HELP IS GREYED OUT AT THIS TIME.

  46. Double Click Supply Processes

  47. Double click on Repairables Processes

  48. Scroll Down and Double click on Transledger Inquiries

  49. Double click on Overview for Transledger Inquiries