4 AMG2CC Purpose and Approach The purpose of AMG2CC is to assist Platform-Level PMs to be interoperable with the Logistics Enterprise through the CLOE and to Achieve CBM+ FunctionalityProvide “how to” guidance to PMs for selecting and implementing CLOE/CBM+ capabilitiesSupport Self–Assessment of CLOE/CBM+ progress via an accompanying dashboard tool“How to” guidance for implementing CLOE/CBM+Implementation progress reported at system acquisition reviewsReview Purpose (stress platform-level PMs)Approach is to-1) Produce an AMG2CC that provides “how to” instruction for selecting and implementing CLOE/CBM+ capabilities (see graphic on the left)-2) Develop an accompanying dashboard that, based on criteria in guidebook, allows PMs to measure and score and implementation progressChecklist-driven dashboard toolAMG2CC and Dashboard Facilitate Measurement Of Implementation Progress
6 Review - Objectives AMG2CC Dashboard How-to, Not A Strategy or Business Case Document~40 Pages In Main Body, Rest In AppendicesDashboardSupport PM Self-assessment Of CBM+ Topic areas Described In AMG2CCStaff AMG2CC through Army CLOE/CBM+ stakeholdersLIA Conducted Preliminary Staffing With Support From ATEC and The Army Materiel Command Life-Cycle Management Commands at TACOM, AMCOM and CECOMODASA(APL) Promoted staffing Through PEOs/PMs For Trial Use PeriodWrap-Up Conference & WorkshopProvide Update to Stakeholders on Staffing ProcessProvide Penn State ARL, NAVSEA and USMC Perspectives on RCM and CBM+Provide ODASA (APL) Path Forward for AMG2CC and DashboardsObjectives agreed to between ASA(ALT) and LIA
7 UpdateSelection of Lead Organization for Army CBM+ Store & Forward (SaF) ImplementationLead Organization: PEO EIS / PD-AMIS; Supporting Organizations: CASCOM, HQ AMC, G- 4/LIA, TACOM/AMCOM/CECOM LCMCs, CERDECRecent CBM+ ActivitiesAMC CBM+ 5 Year PlanCASCOM CBM+ CONOPSCBM+ SaF Problem StatementCBM+ SaF Course of Action Analysis and RecommendationsContinuing EffortsArmy Integrated Logistics Architecture (AILA)CERDEC CBM+ Communication Systems Architecture (CCSA)Common CBM+ Architecture (CCA)GovernanceArmy CBM+ Executive Steering Committee (ACSC) – In addition to AMC G-3/4; G-44(M) and CASCOM Chief of Ordnance added as Co-ChairsHQDA Business Process Council and Army Business CouncilTerm: SaF: Store & ForwardThe CBM+ SaF implementation follows the Operational and Systems Architecture for CBM+ developed by the CERDEC CBM+ initiative. The CERDEC CBM+ initiative consists of the Communication Systems Architecture for CBM+ (CCSA) and the Common CBM+ Architecture (CCA). The CCSA, when integrated with CBM+ threads in the AILA, creates the Common CBM+ Architecture (CCA).
9 Current Status: Comments To-Date #Organization# Comments1ASA(ALT)ASA(ALT), Director of Policy & Staff282LIA (CLOE)CLOE263AILA (Govt & contractor teams)30PNNL1145HQ AMCHQ, AMC CBM+ Systems Engineering IPT316ATECIPS Evaluator, Mounted Systems7PEOSoldier298PMPM-ABCT (VHMS) (CPC)9PM-GCV ILSPM-ABCT Govt1810JNN12JLTV13CERDECCERDEC CBM+2514UNIVERSITYPSU ARLTOTAL COMMENTS258Twelve OrganizationsFourteen Reviewing Teams258 Comments
10 Feedback Positives Negatives Principal Change Recommendations All Stakeholders Liked The Concept Of The Dashboard.No Stakeholder Disagreed With The Use Of The Dashboard Compliance Gauge In The SQC.NegativesNone; The 262 Written Comments Received Were All Constructive Criticisms.Principal Change RecommendationsStakeholders Suggested Scoring Criteria Changes for Dashboard Categories For Platform Software And Platform COMM
11 Observations Surprises Principal Improvement Suggestions Most PM Log Divisions Are Not Familiar With DODAF - They Have To Search To Find DODAF Expertise (PD-MBTS /VHMS Is The Exception).Most PMs We Talked To Do Not Implement RCM. They Do Implement Reliability Programs.Principal Improvement SuggestionsIncorporate Dashboard Scoring Criteria In The Body Of The AMG2CC.Have A CLOE-CBM+ Acquisition SOW Template In The AMC2CC for New Programs.Need Tighter Synchronization Between CAPDEV and MATDEV WRT Army RCM Policy
13 AMG2CC Topics Introduction, Scope CBM+ Concepts and Platform Examples Tactical Wheeled Vehicles (MRAP & FMTV)Fighting Vehicles (Abrams, Stryker)Aircraft (AH-64)C4ISR (SICPS w/TQG)CLOE/CBM+ Implementation Assessment Topics (6)RCMDODAF ArchitectureStandards and the CLOE STDV-1CLOE/CBM+ Hardware and Software InfrastructureCBM+ Data Categories, Routing and FormattingPlatform Communication CapabilitiesStandardized Integrated Command Post System (SICPS)
14 AMG2CC Topics Dashboard Cites Weapon System Examples of Hardware & Software ImplementationReliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM)2CLOE/CBM+ DODAF Architecture3DataStandards4Network Communications5CBM+ Hardware & Software6CBM+ Data Categories1Each Topic Addresses:ConceptPolicyStandardsChecklistTransitioning to AMG2CC content, the graphic on the left captures the “meat and potatoes” of the guide, which are the six implementation and compliance topics for CLOE/CBM+.Each topic provides a description of the concept, relevant policy and standards, and an implementation checklist.Starting at bottom is RCM programs…you need to set up this program first to guide CBM+ in terms of maintenance strategies and data collection. Next two levels address CLEO architecture and data standards, ensuring the platform can interoperate with the Log Enterprise. Next topic is HW/SW implemented on platform (e.g. SAE data buses, health mgt computer, IETMs), CBM+ data categories provides guidance on type of data to collect and transmit to Log Enterprise, and finally Commo to transfer the data.Dashboard
17 Dashboard(s) There Are Two Dashboards Why Have Two Dashboards? A Worksheet-style Dashboard With The Checklists For Five Of The Six CLOE-CBM+ Compliance Topic Areas In The AMG2CC, Which Is Used To Build The Second DashboardDashboard 2A Dashboard Without The Checklists, Adding RCM Status (Completing the 6 CLOE-CBM+ Topic Areas)Why Have Two Dashboards?Cleaner Presentation of CLOE/CBM+ Implementation Topics Without Clutter on the GUI.GUI: Graphical User Interface
18 What The Dashboard(s) Are The Dashboards Are Adobe Flash Objects, Created Using A Software Program Called SAP Dashboard. As Flash Objects, They Can Be Embedded License-free In Microsoft Office Applications, Such As Word And PowerPoint, And Adobe PDF Documents.The Dashboards Present The Six Implementation Topics In The Form Of Gauges That Give A Sense Of Implementation Progress And Status.Each Of The Six Topics Are Summed Into One Master Status Gauge
19 The Dashboards 1 2 Platform Worksheet Master Assessment 3 Black-bezel Gauge Readings on Left are Transferred to RightComments on text boxes:Input mechanisms are the icons around the outer black-bezel gaugesTwo of the inner black-bezel gauges are driven by two outer gauges (values are summed)Inner black-bezel gauges are summed on the master assessment gaugeIf RCM input is not green, Overall Assessment is set to mid-Yellow.RCM assessment gauge values are drawn from AR and AR 750-1, both of which mandate that The MATDEV RCM program must follow the guidelines of SAE standards for RCM, Identify PoCs, and document the RCM program in the Life-Cycle Sustainment Plan (LCMP). These criteria determine the RCM gauge setting.1Outer Black-bezel Gauges Readings are Determined by Input Mechanisms4RCM Status Acts as a “Throttle” on the Master Gauge2Inner Black-bezel Gauges Sum The Outer Gauges
20 Sustainment Quad Chart with CLOE/CBM+ Implementation Assessment
25 What is the CCA?WHAT: The CCA Is An Integrated Architecture Description Which Describes The CBM+ Infrastructure For End-to-End CBM+ Capabilities And Contains Metrics For Analysis.WHY: Solutions For Achieving CBM+ capabilities for A MATDEV Will Vary. However, The Infrastructure Which Those Solutions Utilize Is Common Across The Army.Common: Data Transmission Systems & Networks, Transport Software / Services (e.g. JDMS, JTDI), Standards (ABCD, MIMOSA), CBM+ Consumers (CCBMDW, Maintainers, Commanders, etc.), Etc.Metrics: Data Sizes, Network Background Traffic, Network Throughput Rates, Capabilities, Network Classification Levels, etc.
26 Value of the CCA Reduces Risk Reduces Cost and Schedule Provides a Common Approved Infrastructure Verified and Validated by ASA(ALT) and TRADOCEnsures Alignment to the CLOEEnsures Interoperability with LOGSA and the CCBMDWReduces Cost and ScheduleSingle Integrated Communication Solution vs MultipleShortens Development timelinesPromotes Data Re-UseEliminates Redundant EffortsProvides Architecture AnalysisCapability to perform SoS Interoperability AnalysisNetwork Performance & IA AnalysisSupports and Leverages Technology InsertionSupports Effective Decision MakingSupport Compliancy to Army and DoDAILA Integrated Achieved through the CCASupports All PM efforts in CLOE Compliance (AMG2CC)Compliant with: CJCSI F, AR 70-1, AR 750-1, DoDI , etc.Redundant EffortsCommon InfrastructurePM BDataFunctionData SpecificsServicesFunction SpecificsVsStandardsCommon ServicesCommon StandardsPM CPM A
27 What is at the Core of the CCA? End-to-End “Common” CBM+ Infrastructure encompassing Information and Network Systems26 DoDAF v2.02 Compliant Views50 Key Systems (Information and Transmission)35+ Platform Placeholders include ground, air and C4ISR platforms.300,000+ Data Attributes organized to provide efficient analysis with minimal effort to support effective decision makingData Attributes
28 Integration ProcessThe AMG2CC identifies at a high level how to integrate with the CCA.The CCA Integration Plan v1.0 is comprised of the following topic areas (Appendix C of the AMG2CC):Integration MethodologyPre-Integration Check ListPurpose & Scope ConsistencyIntegration BoundariesArchitectural Effectiveness MeasurementIntegration MethodsIV&V ProcessTransition to Integrating Stakeholder (PM / LCMC)
29 CCA Integration Process Produces an AILA-Compliant, [PM or LCMC] Integrated CBM+ Architect
31 DASA APL Path Forward Sustainment Quad Chart Sustainment Quad Chart Is Preferred Approach for CLOE-CBM+ Implementation Progress ReportingInstitutionalize in Army Policy (e.g., AR )Continuing AMG2CC Support (TBD)DASA (APL)LIAATECHQ AMCInstitutionalizing AMG2CC and DashboardDA PAM proposal
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