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1 Defense Logistics Management Standards (DLMS) Introductory Training
DLM Volume 7 Enterprise Interoperability Tools

2 DLMS Training Catalog Module 1 - Introduction to the DLMS
Module 2 - Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Basics and ASC X12 EDI Definitions and Concepts Module 3 - DLMS Functionality & Transaction Life-Cycle Module 4 - DLMS Implementation Convention Content Module 4F - DLMS Functional Financial Transaction Life-Cycle Module 5 - IUID & RFID - Emerging Technologies Module 6 - Creating/Reengineering DOD Logistics Business Processes Module 6A - DLMS Configuration Management (stand alone Module) Module Enterprise Interoperability Tools Module DoD Activity Address Directory (DoDAAD) Module 9 - Supply Discrepancy Reporting (SDR)

3 Module Structure Module 7 – Enterprise Interoperability Tools
DoD Activity Address Directory (DoDAAD ) Military Assistance Program Address Directory (MAPAD) Web Supply Discrepancy Reporting (WebSDR) Uniform Material Movement Issue Priority System (UMMIPS) Reports Fund Code Tables Logistics Metrics Analysis Reporting System (LMARS) Materiel Receipt Acknowledgement (MRA) Reports Project Codes

4 Module 7 Objectives Students will be able to answer:
The purpose and usage of each tool Relationship to enterprise supply system How to learn more, POCs, Manual, & Web references

5 DoD Activity Address Directory (DoDAAD)

6 What is the DoDAAD? DoD Activity Address Directory (DoDAAD)
Supply System Customer Master Database DoD, Contractor, Federal & Local Govt. Customers Reference Repository Containing 120+ data elements for Each Customer Record Reference Data Accessed by Hundreds of Supply, Transportation, Financial and Acquisition Systems, Millions of Times Daily It is maintained by DLA Transaction Services and accessible through a web application.

7 DoDAAC Usage Some of the uses for a DoDAAC include the following:
First 6 Characters of Every requisition Document Number Occurs at least once in nearly all logistics transactions First 6 characters of a Standard Document Number (SDN) First 6 Characters of Every Contract Number (Procurement Instrument Identification Number – PIIN) Password to the Federal Supply Systems – used to obtain materiel from DoD or federal sources Last 6 characters of DoD Business Partner Number (BPN) Basis for identifying DoD Buying and Selling activities BPN is used for financial eliminations and account reconciliations

8 Direct Web Service access
DoDAAD Architecture CSP Updates CSP Updates CSP Updates CSP Updates CSP Updates CSP Updates ARMY LOGSA DoDAAD Repository Air FORCE DoDAAD Repository DAAS Master DoDAAD Repository Constant bidirectional update via ORACLE enterprise replication software Constant bidirectional update via ORACLE enterprise replication software Service/ Agency (A) Business Application Collocated database Agency (B) Agency (C) Agency (D) Direct Web Service access Read only access below dotted line

9 Learn More About The DoDAAD
DoDAAD Procedures: DLM , Volume 6, Chapter 2 DoDAAD Training: Website DLMS Training Module 8 Defense Logistics Management Standards Office Support POCs: Mr. Tad Delaney (703) /DSN Mr. Dale Yeakel (703) /DSN Mr. Larry Tanner (614) DLA Transaction Services Support POC: Ms. Lisa Tonkin (937) /DSN or

10 DoDAAD Links DoDAAD Updates (account required):
https://www2.transactionservices.dla.mil/portal/portal.asp eDAASINQ (enhanced query – account required): DAASINQ (query): https://www.transactionservices.dla.mil/daasinq DoDAAD PRC: Current Manual: SOP: https://www2.dla.mil/j-6/dlmso/CertAccess/eLibrary/Documents/DODAAD/DoDAAD_System_SOP.pdf

11 Military Assistance Program Address Directory (MAPAD)

12 What is MAPAD? Military Assistance Program Address Directory
MAPAD, like DoDAAD, is an address database Used for Military Service organizations, Federal Agencies, foreign country representatives, freight forwarders, and commercial firms under DoD contracts who are engaged in supply and/or shipment of material applicable to the Security Assistance Program, including Foreign Military Sales (FMS) and Grant Aid programs

13 What is a MAPAC? The Military Assistance Program Address Code (MAPAC) - 6 position code, is the key to accessing the address information in the MAPAD. MAPAC may contain different Type Address Code (A, B, C D, M) to identify how the address is to be used in the shipment/distribution of materiel/documentation. MAPAC must be published before requisitions can be entered in the supply systems.

14 MAPAD Architecture DLA Transaction Services Master MAPAD Repository
Agency MAPAD Focal Point Updates Service/ Agency MAPAD Focal Point Updates Service/ Agency MAPAD Focal Point Updates Service/ Agency MAPAD Focal Point Updates Authorized Web Query Users DLA Transaction Services Master MAPAD Repository Constant update via ORACLE Enterprise Gateway Software Direct Web Service access Replicated Database view Replicated Database view Replicated Database view Replicated Database view Read only access below dotted line Service/ Agency (A) Business Application Service/ Agency (B) Business Application Service/ Agency (C) Business Application Service/ Agency (n) Business Application

15 Learn More About MAPAD MAPAD Procedures: DLM , Volume 6, Chapter 3 Defense Logistics Management Standards Office Support POCs: Ms. Samantha Khuon (703) /DSN Mr. Dale Yeakel (703) /DSN Mr. Larry Tanner (614) DLA Transaction Services Support POC: Ms. Lisa Tonkin (937) /DSN

16 DoD Web Supply Discrepancy Reports (DoD WebSDR)

17 What is DoD WebSDR? WebSDR is a tool to:
Report supply discrepancies and route for action Provide appropriate SDR responses and resolution Standardize SDR transactional interfaces and data Provide management information for analysis Web entry support application for SDR reporting from initial reporting through resolution Integrates Component SDR applications under DLMS Database of all actions producing reports View management reports/query results online, or Send reports to users in excel for more detailed sorting and analysis

18 SDR Information Exchange Integrating Component SDR Applications
GSA Vision Interface DoD WebSDR Customers AF Enterprise Solution-Supply (ES-S) SDR * (Retail level only) 842 XML 842 XML Product Deficiency Reporting and Evaluation Program (PDREP) SDR (Navy Wide/USMC) On-Line 842X12 DLA Enterprise Business System (EBS) Defense Automatic Addressing System (DAAS) Master Repository Translation Processing 842 Army Web-Based Tool (WBT) (National level only) Distribution Standard System (DSS) Incoming Supply Discrepancy Report (ISDR) Automated Discrepancy Reporting System (ADRS) * UDF (one way pending DLMS interface) Army Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) 842 842 SCES Security Cooperation Enterprise Solution 842 Air Force Security Assistance Command (AFSAC) (SDR-A) * Integrated receiving & SDR functionality

19 Supply Discrepancies Over 150 detailed discrepancy codes are available to support better understanding of the discrepant condition and follow-up analysis, examples below: Shipping discrepancies include: Discrepant condition of item, including expired shelf-life Overage/shortage/total non-receipt Improper documentation Misdirected shipments Unauthorized returns Packaging discrepancies include: Improper packing Improper preservation Improper marking Improper labeling, including RFID

20 DoD WebSDR DoD WebSDR is governed under the DLMS by the SDR PRC
Use of the DLMS interface for SDR transaction exchange is required under DoD Supply Chain Materiel Management Manual (DoDM ) Procedures are maintained in Defense Logistics Manual (DLM) , Volume 2, Chapter 17, Supply Discrepancy Reporting The DLA Transaction Services implements the WebSDR procedures, hosts the database, and prepares reports

21 Sample DoD WebSDR Query Report

22 Learn More About DoD WebSDR
WebSDR Procedures: DLM M, Volume 2, Chapter 17 WebSDR Training: DLMS Website under eApplications POC Defense Logistics Management Standards Office: Ellen Hilert Reference Resource: SDR Subcommittee Web page: https://www.dla.mil/j- 6/dlmso/Programs/Committees/Supply/supplySDR.asp Access to DoD WEBSDR may be obtained by completing an online System Access Request (SAR), from the DLA Transaction Services Web site: https://www.transactionservices.dla.mil DLA Transaction Services Help Desk Help Desk Support: Commercial: (937) , DSN: FAX: (937) or DSN:

23 Uniform Materiel Movement Issue Priority System (UMMIPS) Reports

24 What is UMMIPS? The Uniform Materiel Movement and Issue Priority System (UMMIPS) provides the basis for indicating the relative importance of requisitions and other materiel movement transactions through a series of two-digit codes known as priority designators With certain exceptions, a Priority Designator (PD) relates the mission of the requisitioner, expressed by a Force Activity Designator (F/AD) and Urgency of Need Designator (UND)

25 UMMIPS Overview Method for customers to communicate priority
UMMIPS Principle – requisitions differ in importance All activities are not of equal importance at point in time Navy ship in dry dock less important than one in combat zone Reserve unit less important than active unit Relative importance of a customer can change over time A single customer’s requirements differ in priority Requisitions to rectify non-mission capable status, versus Requisitions to replenish stocks to authorized stockage level Supply & transportation systems react to priority

26 Priority Designators Derivation
FORCE OR ACTIVITY DESIGNATOR (F/AD) URGENCY OF NEED DESIGNATOR (UND) A B C I 01 04 11 II 02 05 12 III 03 06 13 IV 07 09 14 V 08 10 15 There are 15 priority designators (PDs) derived from the combination of: The requisitioning activity F/AD and The UND of the specific requisition Priority Designators drive: supply system materiel access and supply & transportation processing times

27 UMMIPS Drives Responsiveness
Source of supply/materiel manager stock point selection Stock point depot materiel and workforce asset allocations High priorities filled first Lower priorities banked for picking and consolidation Transportation mode selection – surface versus air Logistics pipeline processing timeframes – submitter, ICP, depot, CCP, transportation, and receiver

28 Priority Designator Use
Monthly, DLA Transactions Services produces a report of unauthorized PD assignments applicable to F/AD I The PD reports are available from the DLA Transaction Services Web Site Logistics Reports Nov 1, YYYY – Nov 30, YYYY Aug 1, YYYY – Oct 30, YYYY

29 Learn More About UMMIPS
UMMIPS Procedures: DLM M, Volume 2, Chapter 4 POC Defense Logistics Management Standards Office: Ellen Hilert Obtain UMMIPS reports is obtained by completing an online System Access Request (SAR), from the DLA Transaction Services Web site: https://www.transactionservices.dla.mil DLA Transaction Services Help Desk Help Desk Support: Commercial: (937) , DSN: FAX: (937) or DSN:

30 Fund Code Table

31 Fund Code Tables The Fund Code is a two character code in all customer requisitions Fund Code provides the mechanism to derive: The Long Line of Accounting (LOA)/Appropriation Account to be charged The Bill-to office in some instances Conversion table dependent on Service, Signal, & Fund Code

32 Fund Code to Account Conversion Table
Extract from MILSBILLS Manual Fund code conveys; Dept. Code - 2 char Fiscal Year Ind -1 char Main Account - 4 char Limit/Subhead - 4 char - Next: Fund Code Activity

33 Fund Code to Billed Office DoDAAC Table
Extract from MILSBILLS Fund Code to Bill to Office Table - Next: Reimbursement

34 Learn More About Fund Code Table
Fund Code Military Standard Billing System (MILSBILLS) procedures: DLM , Volume 4, Finance, prescribes use of Fund Code in the interfund billing system POC Defense Logistics Management Standards Office: Bob Hammond Paul Macias Access to the Fund Code Table is obtained by completing an online System Access Request (SAR), from the DLA Transaction Services Web site: https://www.transactionservices.dla.mil Fund code table link: https://www2.transactionservices.dla.mil/logreports/daasc_reports.asp DLA Transaction Services Help Desk Help Desk Support: Commercial: , DSN: FAX: or DSN:

35 Logistics Metrics Analysis Reporting System (LMARS)

36 What is LMARS? Logistics Metrics Analysis Reporting System
LMARS measures logistic pipeline timeliness Measures the elapsed time for each of twelve measurable pipeline segments and the total supply chain pipeline time Based on the individual logistics transactions that begin and end each pipeline segment

37 The PM PRC Governs LMARS
The Pipeline Measurement (PM) Process Review Committee (PRC) is established under the authority of the DoD Supply Chain Materiel Management Manual (DoDM ) The PM PRC develops and maintains the Logistics Metric Analysis Reporting System (LMARS) procedures Procedures are maintained in Defense Logistics Manual (DLM) , Volume 6, Chapter 4 The PM PRC ensures that LMARS is aligned with DoD’s Supply Chain Metrics Group (SCMG) goals and efforts DLA Transaction Services implement the PM PRC LMARS procedures, host the database and prepare reports

38 Customer Requisition Lifecycle Events
Dashboard Customer Requisition Lifecycle Events Inventory Control Point Supply Processing Time (ISPT-Node) Storage Activity Processing Time (ISPT-NODE) In-Transit / In-Theater Processing Time (ITIT-NODE) Container Consolidation Point (CCP) Processing Time (CPT-NODE) Requisition Submission Time (RST-NODE) Service Processing Time (SPT-NODE) Depot to Container Consolidation Point (CCP) Processing Time CCP/ POE CONUS In-Transit Time (CIT-NODE) Port of Embarkation Time (POET-NODE) In-Transit to Port of Debarkation (POD) Time (ITTT-NODE) Port of Debarkation (POD) Processing Time (PODT-NODE) Receipt Take up Time (RTT-NODE) Theater Segment Time Transportation Segment Time Storage Depot Segment Time ICP Processing Time Requisition Submission Time 1 11 12 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 5 Total Pipeline Time (TPT-NODE) 13 Current TDD standards apply only to LRT; there is a proposal to apply them to POF in the future. TDD standards are being applied in a way that LMARS cannot track – by Region within a COCOM, by Country, by Priority. PM PRC will need to analyze what additional data is needed to enable LMARS to track actual performance against the TDD standards. a.  Standards for Responding to Customer Requirements (1) Required Procedures (a)  UMMIPS shall serve as the system for allocating materiel and other logistics resources among competing demands.  It shall be used during peace time and war. 1.  UMMIPS shall be used with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Military Department guidance governing the overall allocation and ultimate distribution of end items to forces and activities. 2.  In the absence of specific customer time definite delivery (TDD) standards, aggregate standards can be found at In developing organic or contractor performance agreements with their customers, materiel managers and distribution and transportation managers should develop specific customer TDD standards that are tailored to meet specific delivery requirements:  a.  TDD standards address the supply of materiel from the time of origination of the requirement (date of the requisition) to the time that the requisitioner acknowledges physical receipt.  The major segments of the total logistics pipeline are requisition submission time, inventory control point (ICP) processing time, storage depot segment time, transportation segment time, and theater segment time. b.  Each logistics pipeline segment involved in the processing of a requisition has been assigned a portion of the total time available.  Individual segment standards should not be considered inviolate if exceeding those standards results in savings in time and improved service for the total pipeline. c.  Each processing activity should attempt (considering limitations imposed by higher authority) to compensate for time lost in processing by other activities. d.  In the absence of specific customer TDD standards, aggregate standards can be found at (b)  For an individual customer, the UMMIPS provides for three requisition priorities based on the relative urgency of need designator (UND) of the customer’s requirement.  The priority designator, the OSD or Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff project code, and the required delivery date (RDD) on a requisition dictate the priority of release of materiel by the supplier and influence the response time required of supply, distribution, and transportation processes. (c)  The Integrated Materiel Managers (IMM), storage activities, and transportation management activities shall design their systems and allocate their resources to respond to the priority and service levels that customers request using priority designators, RDDs, and approved OSD and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff project codes. (d)  Materiel shall be supplied to users in time to meet their documented delivery requirements, subject to constraints of resources and capability. (e)  ICP, storage activity, container consolidation point, and transportation management personnel shall work in close coordination to ensure that the customer requirements are satisfied, both in terms of issuing the requisitioned materiel and delivering on time. (f)  All levels of logistic management shall share the responsibility for maintenance of the priority system and exercise intensive surveillance to ensure a disciplined operating-level application of UMMIPS criteria.  Activity requisitioning priority guidelines and performance statistics shall be established, maintained, and monitored. (g) A war time and/or contingency materiel allocation process shall be established to determine requisition processing and materiel release and shipment precedence in the DoD supply and transportation system.  The war time and/or contingency materiel allocation process shall be compatible with all other processing rules of the system.  The system shall provide the capability to activate additional materiel allocation rules into the automated processes of the system to ensure the balanced flow of required materiel to units involved in war time or contingency operations.  The system shall be used to provide support to the Joint Materiel Priorities and Allocation Board (JMPAB) in the allocation of scarce materiel during war time or contingency operations.  The war time and/or contingency materiel allocation process shall be activated at the request of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. (2)  Implementing Procedures (a)  Customers shall communicate their wholesale delivery requirements by the use of a priority designator and the designation, or non-designation, of an RDD.  In turn, materiel managers shall use those requirements to determine the order that materiel is issued and distribution managers shall use those requirements as guides in determining how materiel should move to customers. References (m) and (j) identify the specific priority designator and RDD designations that are available to customers. 1.  In developing performance agreements that govern the issuing and movement of materiel within the DoD supply system, logistics managers shall negotiate TDD standards to meet the needs of the customers, whenever possible.   2.  In establishing performance-based agreements with contractors delivering materiel directly to customers, logistics managers shall negotiate TDD standards to meet the need of the customers and represent best value to the Government, whenever possible. (b)  Upon receiving customer requisitions, the IMMs shall allocate on-hand materiel stocks and issue materiel release orders to storage activities or take procurement actions according to the sequence specified in Reference (m). (c) All requirements with an RDD of “999”, “N_ _”, or “E_ _” shall be processed on a 24-hour basis, 7 days a week.  All other requirements shall be processed during the normal workweek.  Work shifts may be adjusted on the basis of volume to meet customer requirements. The DoD Components shall ensure that the capability is maintained to process requirements 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to implement authorized contingency plans.  The Heads of the DoD Components may institute judicious on-call staffing programs to satisfy those provisions. Information processing systems shall be scheduled and operated to ensure the daily flow of information to customers. (d) To gauge logistic system timeliness, the performance data collection system developed and coordinated by the DAASC System Administrator for the Logistics Metric Analysis Reporting System (LMARS) and the Customer Wait Time data provided according to DoD Instruction (Reference (w)) shall be used to produce applicable effectiveness reports.  

39 LMARS Composite – 1 of 3 …..

40 LMARS Composite – 2 of 3 …..

41 LMARS Composite – 3 of 3 …..

42 Learn More About LMARS Pipeline Management Process Review Committee:
LMARS Procedures DLM , Volume 6, Chapter 4 Access to LMARS is obtained by completing an online System Access Request (SAR), from the DLA Transaction Services Web site: https://www.transactionservices.dla.mil Points of Contact: Defense Logistics Management Standards Office: Mr. Ken Deans (703) DLA Transaction Services: Steve Norman DLA Transaction Services Help Desk Commercial: (937) , DSN:

43 Materiel Receipt Acknowledgement (MRA) Reports

44 What is an MRA? The Materiel Receipt Acknowledgement (MRA) closes the life-cycle of a requisition, providing positive accountability, and the ability to monitor supply system responsiveness The MRA (DLMS 527R) identifies the date and time that the customer received the materiel ordered The MRA procedures require that DoD Components monitor and evaluate their Component’s MRA submission to ensure compliance with MRA requirements The monthly MRA reports provide the tool for the Components to monitor MRA reporting compliance Business rules and report content are managed through the Supply Process Review Committee

45 DLMS Requisition Cycle
Retail Base 5. Material Receipt Acknowledgement (MRA) DLMS 527R DLSS DIC DRA 2b. MRO SOS 3a. MRC 2a. Supply Status 3b. Shipment Status: The shipment status is the trigger that causes an MRA to be on the MRA report. Distribution Depot or Vendor Materiel Shipment 4. Movement Document Transaction

46 MRA Report Sample Report Month & Year The on-line MRA Management Information Report (also referred to as ‘MRA Report’) is a tool to facilitate this management evaluation The MRA report is available from the DLA Transaction Services Web Site (Logistics Reports)

47 How are MRA Reports Used?
Each Supply Process Review Committee (PRC) representative is responsible for analysis of the report to identify potential deficiencies in their Service/Agency Supply PRC representatives are responsible for initiating corrective action within their Service/Agency to remedy delinquent and non- reporting activities The MRA is critical to LMARS, because the MRA closes the logistics pipeline so that total pipeline time can be measured

48 Learn More About MRA Reports
MRA Procedures: DLM M, Volume 2, Chapter 10 POC Defense Logistics Management Standards Office: Mary Jane Johnson Access to MRA reports is obtained by completing an online System Access Request (SAR), from the DLA Transaction Services Web site: https://www.transactionservices.dla.mil DLA Transaction Services Help Desk Help Desk Support: Commercial: (937) , DSN: FAX: (937) or DSN:

49 Project Code Table

50 Project Codes - What Are They?
Project Codes are three character codes in some requisitions Distinguish/categorize requisitions and related documentation and shipments Some Project Codes Serve as tie breakers among requisitions having the same UMMIPS Priority Designator Accumulation of intra-Service performance metrics Cost data related to exercises, maneuvers and other distinct programs, projects, and operations Category D, 9-Series Project Codes are Assigned for Use by the Office of the Secretary of Defense and Joint Chiefs of Staff Category C, 3-Series Project Codes are Common US Project Codes Categories A & B are for Military Service usage (non-enterprise-wide)

51 Learn More About Project Codes
Category D Project Code Table used for requisition edit during DLA Transaction Services Defense Automatic Addressing System (DAAS) processing Project Code Procedures: A complete set of rules and procedures is contained in DLM , Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP), Appendix 2.13, which is available at The Project Code Listing with POC info for Categories D & C is CAC protected but available on the DLMS web site at the link above POCs Defense Logistics Management Standards Office: Lou Madrigal /DSN Ellen Hilert /DSN

52 Module 7 Quiz Question 1: Which tool is used to identify DoD, Federal, Local Government Customers? DoDAAD WebSDR Project Code Table Question 2: Which tool is used by customers to report problem with materiel received? UMMIPS Question 3: Which tool is used to identify Foreign Military Country Sales Customers? Fund Code Table MAPAD Question 4: Which tool is used to measure Supply System support time performance? a) LMARS b) Project Code Table c) UMMIPS Question 5: Which tool is used to determine a customers payment appropriation? a) Project Code Table b) Fund Code Table

53 End of Module 7


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