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GSA Expo 2009 Acquisition Teaming – The Right Mix to Meet Agency Needs LTC John C. Jacobi for COL Daniel J. Gallagher, Commander DCMA Space and Missile.

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1 GSA Expo 2009 Acquisition Teaming – The Right Mix to Meet Agency Needs LTC John C. Jacobi for COL Daniel J. Gallagher, Commander DCMA Space and Missile Division Contracts Management Office Huntsville Alabama

2 Unclassified For Official Use Only Team MaxxPro MRAP Overview Joint MRAP Vehicle Program Marine Corps Systems Command

3 3 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only 3  MRAP – Mine Resistant Ambush Protection Vehicle  Primary mission is to protect the troops!!!  Up-armored Humvees are not adequate Picture from July 16 th, 2007 USA Today

4 4 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only MRAP Background  Requirement authored in October 2006  Released to industry in November of 2006  Test vehicle awards in January 2007  Test vehicle delivery in March of 2007  First round of LRIP orders April – May 2007  SECDEF’s “highest priority DoD acquisition program” May 07  FTEs on site July 2007 & first deliveries occur

5 5 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only 5 Armor Holdings LMTV Variant (4x4) CAT I Armor Holdings LMTV Variant (6x6) CAT II BAE Systems RG33L (6x6) CAT II GDLS RG31 (Mk5E) CAT II Oshkosh Alpha Vehicle CAT I Oshkosh Bushmaster CAT II Force Protection, Inc. Cougar JERRV (4x4) CAT I Force Protection, Inc. Cougar (6x6) CAT II International Military CAT I & CAT II General Purpose Vehicle Badger (4x4) CAT I General Purpose Vehicle Badger (4x4) CAT I Armor Holdings LMTV Variant (6x6) CAT II Oshkosh Alpha Vehicle CAT I Force Protection, Inc. Cougar (6x6) CAT II General Purpose Vehicle Bear (6x6) CAT II General Purpose Vehicle Bear (6x6) CAT II Armor Holdings LMTV Variant (6x6) CAT II Oshkosh Alpha Vehicle CAT I Force Protection, Inc. Cougar (6x6) CAT II General Purpose Vehicle Bear (6x6) CAT II General Purpose Vehicle Bear (6x6) CAT II BAE Systems RG33 (4x4) CAT I GDLS RG31 (Mk5) CAT I Oshkosh Bushmaster CAT II Textron Marine & Land M1117 ASV Vehicle CAT I Textron Marine & Land M1117 ASV Vehicle CAT I BAE Systems RG33L (6x6) CAT II GDLS RG31 (Mk5E) CAT II Protected Vehicles, Inc. Golan (4x4) CAT I & CAT II Textron Marine & Land M1117 ASV Vehicle CAT II Textron Marine & Land M1117 ASV Vehicle CAT II

6 6 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only Provide mine/IED clearance operations, giving deployed commanders of various units, and EOD/Combat Engineer teams survivable ground mobility platforms. 6x6 12 pax Curb Wt: 45,000 lbs Cmbt Wt: 80,000 lbs Payload: 38,000 lbs Navy and Marine Corps only MRAP CAT I Support operations in an urban environment and other restricted/confined spaces; including mounted patrols, reconnaissance, communications, and command and control 4x4 6 pax GFE Integration Curb Wt: 21,000 – 32,000 lbs GVWR: 31,300 – 52,000 lbs Reserve Payload*: 0 – 6,000 lbs All services and USSOCOM MRAP CAT II Provide a reconfigurable vehicle that is capable of supporting multi- mission operations such as convoy escort, troop transport, explosive ordnance disposal, ambulance, and combat engineering. 4x4 and 6x6 variants 10 pax GFE Integration Curb Wt: 26,600 – 40,000 lbs GVWR: 31,300 – 52,000 lbs Reserve Payload*: 0 – 7,000 lbs Army includes Ambulance variant MRAP CAT III * Reserve Payload = avail payload after full compliment of personnel, gear, and GFE

7 7 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only BACKGROUND Joint service rapid response to several Operational Need Statements MISSION PROFILE Supports Tactical Maneuver, Scout/ Recon, Convoy Protection, Troop Movement, and Ambulance Intended to increase Soldier protection during combat missions now performed with Up Armored HMMWV CAPABILITIES & REQUIREMENTS Emphasize protection and survivability over mobility and transportability Protect occupants from IED, Mines and Small Arms Fire threats Raised chassis and hull separates occupants from blast V-shaped hull and blast resistant underbody Mount crew-served weapons - 50 cal, MK-19, M240, TOW Speed on primary road - 65 mph Speed on secondary road and trails - 25 mph Limited cross country operation Negotiate 60% forward slope, 40% side slope Range 300 miles on single tank of fuel at GVW Theater Provided Equipment (TPE) Basis of issue similar to Up-Armored HMMWV Category I: 6 Soldiers Category II: 10 Soldiers

8 8 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only Government/Political Support  Marines in Iraq issued Urgent Operational Need in Feb 2005  MRAP is #1 Program in DoD. Requirements keep rising.  “Every month we delay scores of young Americans will die” Sec Gates  Prominent Lawmakers, from both sides of the aisle, are Lined Up to Support  Biden, Murtha, Cochran, Pelosi, Lott, others  MRAP is a Joint Program (Marine, Army, Navy, Air Force, SOCOM) but service rivalry is an issue Internationals Competitive Advantages We can build more and faster Leveraging Unmatched Scale Global Service and Support Outstanding Development Partner for Future MRAP

9 9 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only 9MaxxPro Dash The “High Risk, Low Probability, High Leverage Vendor…” Switched designs to the MaxxPro 72 hours before solicitation deadline – The “Paper Truck…” Ranked vendor 9 out of 9 during test truck awards in January Test trucks delivered in March 2007 – first Navistar Defense truck delivered early and ahead of all competition. Test issues… and the beginnings of our winning DNA.

10 10 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only US Sourced Components Armored Body Kits - Israel West Point, MS Chassis - GAP, TX

11 11 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only Mar AprMay Jun Jul Aug Sept Production MEAP Ready MaxxPro MaxxPro Plus (EFP Ready) Post-Prod MEAP Ready MaxxPro 50ea Post-Prod MEAP Protected MaxxPro 50ea Do 05 (500 Total) Do 06 & 07(2243 Total) Production MEAP Protected MaxxPro MaxxPro Plus Ambulance Do 06 & 07 (505 Total) EFP Protected MaxxPro Plus MEAP Protected MaxxPro Plus MaxxPro EFP Protected MaxxPro Plus Ambulance Do 02, 04 & 05 (2455) Do 09 & 10 (1222 Total) MaxxPro Dash (Army and USMC)

12 12 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only MaxxPro MaxxPro MEAP Ready MaxxProPlus Army MaxxPro Plus Ambulance NoEFP MEAP EFP NoMEAP MEAPProtected Gun Trucks MaxxPro Dash NoEFP MEAP EFP Air Force SF NoEFP MEAP EFP TACP NoEFP MEAP EFP MaxxPro MaxxPro Plus MaxxPro Plus w/ EFPMaxxPro Dash USMC NoEFP EFP NoEFP MEAP EFP MEAPRWS

13 13 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only  Expedient Armor Kit mounted on MaxxPro OR MaxxPro Plus  Modular Socket and Post Design – “Collar”  Uses socket to provide threaded attachment point  Exact same design used on MaxxPro Plus EFP Ready  MEAP Kit can also fit on MaxxPro Plus  Vehicles  Mar08 - Post-Production modification to MaxxPro vehicles (50 - LRIP)  Require extensive modification to become Post-Production MEAP Ready  Apr08 - Production MEAP Ready MaxxPro (500 - LRIP 9)  Require door actuator upgrade  May08 - EFP Ready MaxxPro Plus ( LRIP 10 & 11)  Collar design mounting provisions will accommodate MEAP Kit

14 14 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only MaxxPro Plus EFP - D06 – May 2008 FIELD INSTALLED Effector Boxes Misc. & Hanger Brackets EFP READY Lower Hull Catcher Plate WP

15 15 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only  Cat 1 Ambulance Content  3 Crew  Driver, commander, medic  3 Patients  3 ambulatory + 0 Litter bound  or 1 ambulatory + 2 Litter bound  Litter Lift System in final stages of engineering refinement.  All requested medical equipment is integrated in the vehicle  All requested medical equipment is positioned as suggested by US Army Medical representatives  Equipment is readily accessible to the Medic  Only visual distinctions to other MaxxPro Plus vehicles are the removable red crosses

16 16 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only

17 17 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only  Mentor Prime on how they must flow the DX rating to their suppliers  Daily DCMA presence at production meetings, Field Interface issues and Engineering Change boards  MEARS (Multi User Engineering Change Proposal Engineering Review System) training notified QARs real- time on JPO approved changes.  Additional Training for contractor on WAWF Contributors to Success Cont.

18 18 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only Lessons Learned  Cell phones are critical for communications with PM, CMOs and Field offices.  Visit all critical sites in the process from suppliers to user.  Establishing sufficient temporary positions.  Need for DCMA only meetings.  High visibility program required culture change to get the job done.  IT support must prioritize & think out of the box to support effort.  360 involvement.  Don’t assume contractor knows best practice.

19 19 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only 1000 th MAXXPRO December 2007

20 20 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only 5000 th MAXXPRO September 2008

21 21 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only 6,444th MAXXPRO May 2009

22 22 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only West Point MS

23 23 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only Conversion of Old Facility to NAVISTAR

24 24 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only Conversion of Old Facility to NAVISTAR

25 25 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only Shipping Docks in Process

26 26 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only Shipping Docks Finished

27 27 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only Sept 2007 – Installing Cranes & Conveyors

28 28 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only FY 2008 FY 2009

29 29 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only  Goal- ON TIME… AHEAD OF SCHEDULE  Achievements:  Navistar Defense set these MRAP Program records in MAR:  Most vehicles delivered in a single month: 694  Most vehicles delivered in a single week: 297  Most vehicles delivered in a single day: 57  APR08 - MEAP Ready  MAY08 - MaxxPro Plus  JUN08 - MaxxPro Plus Ambulance  SEP08 - Dash  JAN09 - Dash with RWS  FEB09 - Dash USMC  ASL/PLL/BDR 90% Filled

30 30 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only  Program:  DT-C1 completed 11 Jun 07 and DT-C2 completed 15 Dec 07  DT-C3 completed 29 Feb 08  IOT&E completed 25 Mar 08  Vehicle deliveries commenced in Jul 07  Contract  Contract M D-5032 (Currently Obligated) with a total value of $5,357,001,  Delivery Order 0002, 1200 CAT I vehicles, awarded 31 May 07  Delivery Order 0004, 755 CAT I vehicles, awarded 20 Jul 07  Delivery Order 0005 (LRIP 9), 1000 CAT I vehicles, awarded 18 Oct 07  Delivery Order 0006 (LRIP 10), 1500 CAT I vehicles, awarded 18 Dec 07  Delivery Order 0007 (LRIP 11), 743 CAT I vehicles, awarded 14 Mar 08  Delivery Order 0008 (LRIP 12), 4 CAT I test vehicles, awarded  Delivery Order 0009 (LRIP 13), 822 CAT I vehicles (822 Army MaxxPro Dash), awarded 4 Sep 08  Delivery Order 0010 (LRIP14), 400 CAT I vehicles (400 USMC MaxxPro Dash), awarded 10 Dec 08 CONTRACTOR Navistar Defense (Production Facility at West Point, MS) -Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) -program Manager, Greg Steen CY07CY08CY09 Category IJulAugSepOctNovDecJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecJanFebMarchAprilMayTOTAL IMG - MaxxPro GRAND TOTALS (Delivered) Army MaxxPro (contract qty. 2205) Army MaxxPro MEAP (contract qty. 500) 500 Army MaxxPro MEAP PP (contract qty. 50) 50 Army MaxxPro Plus (contract qty. 1530) Army MaxxPro Plus Amb (contract qty. 505) Army Dash (contract qty. 822) Cumulative Army USAF MaxxPro (contract qty. 200) 200 USAF MaxxPro Plus (contract qty.211 ) Cumulative USAF Cumulative USMC MaxxPro Dash (contract qty. 400) Cumulative USM Cumulative ,444 As of 1 May 2009

31 31 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only Contributors to Success  DCMA Enterprise approach to accomplish mission.  Execute a weekend off rotation plan for civilians and military during heavy workload.  Conduct pre award and post award meetings with CMO’s that are critical to the end item assembly.  Letters of Delegation in place with cognizant CMO’s  Retired annuitants, long term TDY personnel, temps and reservists were a force multiplier  CPOC expediting and prioritizing personnel actions

32 32 Joint MRAPVehicle Program Unclassified For Official Use Only  Teaming with the contractors production and quality employees so they understand that DCMA can help before it is too late.  Be visible to the workforce...roam around and talk to the everyone. Intel gathering.  Program Office has DCMA 24/7 access.  Flow field issues to DCMA QARs.  Analyze contractor processes…some technical issues can be self inflicted e.g towing a vehicle several hundred miles verses putting it on a flatbed.  Mentored Contractor in documenting work processes and and identifying safety concerns. Contributors to Success Cont.


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