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1 Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) Homeland Security United States Coast Guard CG-LIMS Brief to Leadership Council CG-LIMS Brief to Leadership Council Program Manager: CDR Dan Taylor, CG-9334 Sponsor’s Rep: Mr. Jim Sylvester, CG-442 Supporting: Predictable time on mission Predictable time on liberty Supporting: Predictable time on mission Predictable time on liberty

2 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 Agenda Capability Overview CONOP Scenarios Specific Improvement Examples –Multiple Inventory Types –Maintenance Capture 2

3 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 Linked Capability 3 OPS CMMAINTSCMBudget MPC Change We know we need this kind of integrated capability. We do not have a system that does this for us today. We know we need this kind of integrated capability. We do not have a system that does this for us today. We need linked IT capability for Mission Support which will enable: Predictable time on mission, and predictable time on liberty.

4 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 Maintenance & Inventory 4 Type 2 (AMMIS) Maintenance time is captured on MPC. Two types of inventory. o Type 2 shown here. o Type 3 on next page. Maintenance time is captured on MPC. Two types of inventory. o Type 2 shown here. o Type 3 on next page.

5 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 Maintnenance & Inventory 5 Type 3 (CMPlus)

6 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 Maintenance Capture (EAL) 6

7 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 EAL Maintenance Capture 7 Time on maintenance task captured in EAL not ACMS (no MPC). Parts (including cost) consumed in this example, not connected to maintenance action nor configuration items. Time on maintenance task captured in EAL not ACMS (no MPC). Parts (including cost) consumed in this example, not connected to maintenance action nor configuration items. 1.Upon inspection found rivets to be pulled out of door. Also found two cracks on map case one beginning on each side. Stop drilled cracks and installed doubler on map case. Installed two new rivets to secure map case to door. All maintenance accomplished IAW 1H No MPC 3.3-hours Maintenance Labor Hours (MLH) 1.Upon inspection found rivets to be pulled out of door. Also found two cracks on map case one beginning on each side. Stop drilled cracks and installed doubler on map case. Installed two new rivets to secure map case to door. All maintenance accomplished IAW 1H No MPC 3.3-hours Maintenance Labor Hours (MLH) 1 2 3

8 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 CMPlus Multiple Inventory Tools and Locations 8 CMPlus Storeroom Type 3 & 5 Material AMMIS Storeroom Type 2 & 4 material (mostly) MPC Type 3 Type 2 Complete CMPlus AMMIS To predict maintenance readiness, two supply systems must be consulted. Neither supply system is directly connected to the supply requirements on the MPC. All supply demand data lags (we know what we used, not what we need). To predict maintenance readiness, two supply systems must be consulted. Neither supply system is directly connected to the supply requirements on the MPC. All supply demand data lags (we know what we used, not what we need).

9 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 AMMIS Maintenance Capture (with MPC) 9 EAL AMMIS MPC Type 3 1 Type 2 Complete CMPlus CMPlus Storeroom Type 3 & 5 Material AMMIS Storeroom Type 2 & 4 material (mostly) FTO CMPlus ACMS Maintenance captured in EAL (description), and in ACMS (MPC, labor hours, etc). Parts not directly related to CI. Actual parts consumed not directly relatable to the maintenance action performed unless parts are serialized. Maintenance captured in EAL (description), and in ACMS (MPC, labor hours, etc). Parts not directly related to CI. Actual parts consumed not directly relatable to the maintenance action performed unless parts are serialized.

10 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 CMPlus CMPlus Storeroom Type 3 & 5 Material Maintenance Capture (no MPC) 10 EAL AMMIS Storeroom Type 2 & 4 material (mostly) AMMIS Maintenance captured in EAL, not in ACMS. Labor hours captured in EAL not easily related to specific maintenance actions or configuration items (no MPC); Parts consumption not related to the CI’s Failure data not being captured in ways that robustly supports RCM feedback. Maintenance captured in EAL, not in ACMS. Labor hours captured in EAL not easily related to specific maintenance actions or configuration items (no MPC); Parts consumption not related to the CI’s Failure data not being captured in ways that robustly supports RCM feedback. !??!!

11 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 Consolidated Warehouse and Supply system The Future 11 EAL CG-LIMS MPC Type 3 1 Type 2 Confirmed parts available, Schedule maintenance. Supply Vendor CG-LIMS updates EAL. Complete All maintenance captured consistently Labor hours captured and related to CI’s. Parts consumption related to the CI’s Parts consumption driven by maintenance and OPS Failure data captured in ways that robustly supports RCM feedback. All maintenance captured consistently Labor hours captured and related to CI’s. Parts consumption related to the CI’s Parts consumption driven by maintenance and OPS Failure data captured in ways that robustly supports RCM feedback.

12 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 Linked Capabilities 12 OPS CMMAINTSCMBudget MPC EAL CG-LIIMS

13 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 Why It Matters 13 CG-LIMS screens will be this intuitive EAL and CG-LIMS will share information Accuracy of status will remain excellent. The predictability of status will improve. Improved ability to plan Maintenance and Missions Improved ability to plan and defend budgets Better Operational and Support decisions CG-LIMS screens will be this intuitive EAL and CG-LIMS will share information Accuracy of status will remain excellent. The predictability of status will improve. Improved ability to plan Maintenance and Missions Improved ability to plan and defend budgets Better Operational and Support decisions

14 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 Questions? 14 …and postings to iCommandant web journal. More info available here

15 CG-LIMS will support product lines in a Bi-Level maintenance model at the logistics/service centers, with Configuration Mgt (CM) fed by Tech Info Mgt (TIM), capturing Maintenance Mgt (MM) information, which will drive Supply Chain Mgt (SCM) delivering operational capability. Enterprise Decisions Financial Management (CFO) Product Line Mgt CG Modernization CG-LIMS (OV-1) 01-Sep-2009 Coast Guard Logistics Information Management System MPC MPC Knowledge O-Level & D-Level CM Total Asset Visibility Operational Tempo and Availability requirements create demand signal for support which is captured in CG-LIMS; maintenance, parts, and asset status visible to enterprise. Operational assignments and cost will be optimized; relationship measurable; budgets defendable. Financial integration is critical. Logistics & Service Centers OpCom ForceCom DoD & OGA’s Remote Ops support (satellite not included) Data CG-LIMS AOPS MISLE Others OSC C4ISR & Facilities CM SCM TIM MM + CG-LIMS Data Private Industry Cost Availability OpTempo

16 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 ORD High Level – Seg #1 v FOC 16

17 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 Maintenance Capture Maintenance tech identifies discrepancy –If discrepancy is work for which there is an MPC, the tech may: Enter the discrepancy into EAL, or Schedule the MPC for execution in ACMS directly In both cases, a record of maintenance execution will be captured in ACMS In some cases, there may not be an EAL entry detailing the work except by reference of MPC#. The MPC work is recorded on paper and provided to a Field Terminal Operator (data entry person) –If discrepancy is work for which there is not an MPC: The tech will enter the discrepancy into EAL When the work is complete, the actions taken will be entered into EAL There will be no record of work captured in ACMS Time will be captured in EAL –There is limited ability to report on both planned (MPC) and unplanned (no MPC) together Cost information on completed maintenance work completed for type 2 and 4 parts; Task hours from an MPC in ACMS, or, from EAL entry. 17

18 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 Methodology (cont) Determined high level Requirements taxonomy –Configuration Management (CM): MIL-HDBK-61A –Maintenance Management (MM): MIL-P-24534, NAVAIR & 406, MSG3, RCM Handbook, Policy, Process Guides –Supply Chain Management (SCM): SCOR Model –Technical Data/Information Management (TDM/TIM): S1000D Requirements categories –Functional –Non-Functional (system requirements) –Interface –Reporting Industry Standards –Functional areas indicated above –Documented using DoDAF v1.5, SA, and DOORSDoDAF –DoDAF views included in ORD: Operational Views: OV-1, 2, 3, 4, 5OV-1 System Views: SV-1 (Segment #1 and FOC)Segment #1 and FOC 18

19 Homeland Security United States Coast Guard Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4) 19-Nov-2009 CONOP Scenarios 3.1 Mission Support Scenarios 3.1.1A Day in the Life of an Operational Unit Maintenance Planning Supply Chain – Part 1 (maintenance demand) Maintenance Preparation Maintenance Execution Supply Chain – Part 2 (reparable/serialization) 3.1.2Interaction between CG-LIMS and EAL Asset Availability Discrepancy Discovery Post-Operations Reporting 3.1.3Configuration Management Configuration Changes Configuration Audit 3.2 System Support Scenarios 3.2.1Readying the Production Environment System Installation, Configuration and Integration - Host Site Infrastructure System Installation, Configuration and Integration – Distributed Environment 3.2.2Failure Planning (system monitoring & failover) 3.2.3When Disaster Happens (Disaster Recovery) 19


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