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NAVSEA TMDE Program Navy Program Winner of the2006 Defense Standardization Award. A ‘year’ in review Kathy Saunders NAVSEA 04RM34 May 5, 2009. Program Mission.
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NAVSEA TMDE ProgramNavy Program Winner of the2006 Defense Standardization Award A ‘year’ in review Kathy Saunders NAVSEA 04RM34 May 5, 2009
ProgramMission The NAVSEA TMDE Program office is responsible for comprehensive cradle to grave Life cycle support, encompassing acquisition, outfitting and retirement of General Purpose Electronic and Electrical Test Equipment (GPETE)and Calibration Standards (CALSTDS). Through multiyear acquisition planning and execution, the TMDE program strives to provide cost effective Commercial Off-the-shelf (COTS) test equipment solutions to support Prime systems corrective and preventive maintenance
Functionality flow GPETE Selection & assignment Prime Systems Engineering Acquisition Configuration management Program management support Calibration support
NAVSEA Test Equipment Architecture 764+ ships & stations NON PE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT 24089 PRIME SYSTEMS SUPPORT 3177 MEASUREMENT REQUIREMENTS FUNCTIONAL GROUPS - 76 SUBCATEGORY CODES (SCAT) 1033 MODEL NUMBERS CURRENT TOTAL: 3211
TMDE Program Goals Standardization Sailors use the same model they trained on in school Modernization Models are the most current and user-friendly available Infusion of new technologies Added capabilities, features, and integrated platforms Reliability Improvement Test equipment self-test and calibration resiliency Inventory Reduction Longer cal intervals and reliability reduce need for redundancy Distance Support Integration Capability for shore-based support to see what Sailor sees Automation Intelligent test equipment capable of hands-free maintenance
Terminology General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment (GPETE) Electronic/Electrical test equipment containing the capability without modification to generate, modify, or measure a range of parameters of electronic functions required to test two or more prime equipments or systems of basically different design Test, Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) Any system or device used to evaluate the operational condition of an end item or subsystem thereof, or to identify and/or isolate any actual or potential malfunction Calibration Standards (CAL STDs) Systems and equipment used to verify operational capability of either general purpose equipment or standards of lower accuracy.
Program Products SPETERL - Ships Portable Electrical/Electronic Test Equipment Requirements Listing. The requisite configuration document detailing prime systems and allowable quantities of test equipment to support maintenance. Published on demand TMDE Index - Used to cross-reference Prime system/equipment measurement requirements to SCAT codes and their affiliated NAVSEA authorized GPETE. CD-ROM Technical Manual Library- CD-ROM set of various GPETE technical manuals, both operator and service. Available upon request Assistance by Email – NAVSEA_GPETE_HELP@navy.mil; TMDE_CALSTD_HELP@navy.mil; firstname.lastname@example.org Test Equipment Operation Training – Nine GPETE Operator computer based training modules available on the TMDE INDEX CD.
TMDE Program - a year in reviewMajor Initiatives and work efforts Engineering • To date, 120 Prime Systems evaluations/CMRS on file/completed. • The Portable Pressure Calibrator outfitting is underway. 74 sets fielded from OPN procurements, 14 supporting New Ships construction. 367 personnel trained to date. • Portable Radio Test Set accepted by Naval Special Warfare to support Radio Maintenance. Additional radio test protocols for AN/PRC 117 under development. System fielded to ten primary sites; 6 additional sites being staged
TMDE Program - a year in reviewMajor Initiatives and work efforts Engineering • Completed NAVSEA 08 test equipment SCAT conversion for OHIO Class submarine Reactor Plant manuals • Completed Engineering review of Advanced Virtual Instrumentation Test Set (AVITS) for SCAT compliance. Calibration Problem Report (CPR) Process • Since last reporting, 738 reports received, balance of 9 • Resolution process incorporates tandem effort between Corona and Seal Beach Functional Group Analysis as part of Modernization & Standardization • Established a protocol to analyze/evaluate/target old models for replacement • Used to develop New 5 year GPETE modernization plan
TMDE Program - a year in reviewMajor Initiatives and work efforts Class Standard Allowancing • All major ship classes have approved Matrices • 3 Matrices to be reviewed by Fleet (TBD) • ACU, FFG & AS Matrix • Work initiated for NAVWARCOM/NAVTELCOM Stations TMDE procurement • 77 Calibration standards totaling $1.25M (FY08 -09) • 2600 GPETE items totaling $10.87M (FY08-09) • TMDE Index – • CD-ROM Version 4.7 release Date 1 May • On-line access available 1 May
TMDE Program - a year in reviewMajor Initiatives and work efforts SPETERL • 537 SPETERLS requested, produced & distributed • USCG SPETERL work fully integrated into process Automatic Identification Technology (AIT) initiative • 130k+ items marked to date • Work underway to verify data as compliant with current DoD guidelines • Bar coding of TMDE transferred and incorporated into Fleet CTRA process. • Work started to incorporate TMDE identification within MFOM
TMDE Program - a year in reviewMajor Initiatives and work efforts MR-Cal Program • Primary task to manage schoolhouse calibration overflow • Initial task covered 13 schoolhouses, current task supports 34 schools • Initial CALSAL documents produced for 3 labs affiliated with schools Calibration Laboratory Allowancing Process • 15 baseline Calibration Laboratory Allowance Lists (CALSAL) developed for Regional, Fleet Shore and Forward Deployed, Naval Shipyards and participating Depot facilities completed – all documents have been site validated. • Review of guidelines required to incorporate NAVSEA cognizant Mechanical/Shipboard Gage Field Calibration Activities
TMDE Program - a year in reviewMajor Initiatives and work efforts Provisioning • TMDE identification on APL recommendations provided to Logistics forum for inclusion into the Tech Specifications for CDMD-OA. • TMDE to be documented by use of APL – work in progress • Provisioning completed on PPC (SCAT 5089 & 5090), 16803A-E01(SCAT 4025) & E4418B-E23 (SCAT 4957) Programmatics • Completion of Requirements Document to support Next Generation TMDE Database Development • Success in re-establishing OPNAV N86/ Surface Warfare GPETE procurement line.
Questions ? Email me at: Kathleen.email@example.com Ideas, comments and suggestions ? Call me at: 757-396-0248 ext 131
Points of Contact NAVSEA 04RM Calibration Branch Head Kisan Pandit, NAVSEA 04RM3 202-781-1783; Kisan.Pandit@navy.mil TMDE Program manager - acting Kathy Saunders, NSWC Corona MS-20 757-396-0248 ext 131; Kathleen.Saunders@navy.mil TMDE Deputy Program manager - acting Jeff Anderson, NSWC Corona MS-20 757-396-0248 ext 127; Jeffery.R.Anderson@navy.mil