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1 1 LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Presented by Michael “Bo” Gourley Performance Learning Director, Sustainment 2 November 2007

2 2 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Logistics FIPT concurred in principle and fully supported the requirement for a follow-on series of Sustainment courses: LOG 206 on-line course LOG 207 one-week (4-day) classroom course Resourcing was an issue; had not been funded Sponsor for several CLMs (DMSMS, Obsoloscence, CPI, Tech Insertion) was simultaneously encouraging a new emphasis on these topics within DAU certification courses Sponsor has provided initial “seed money” for LOG 206

3 3 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Very important follow-on course to LOG 102, System Sustainment Management Fundamentals Will lead into the future LOG 207 classroom course! Addresses current requirements - DODI Sustainment factors - DUSD(L&MR) System Sustainment Metrics - Expertise Locator Sustainment Criteria based on Career Field Competencies Course to be built incrementally Phase I: Predominately content re-use - Very little new content development; “data mining” effort - Apply the “SCO” concept to the degree practical - Apply the “repurpose” concept - Not yet a DAWIA certification course - At a minimum, expands/introduces the broadest range of “Sustainment” topics Phase II: - New content development - Add more “meat” across the board

4 4 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Very important follow-on course to LOG 102, System Sustainment Management Fundamentals Will lead into the future LOG 207 classroom course! Addresses current requirements - DODI Sustainment factors - DUSD(L&MR) System Sustainment Metrics - Expertise Locator Sustainment Criteria based on Career Field Competencies Course to be built incrementally Phase I: Predominately content re-use - Very little new content development; “data mining” effort - Apply the “SCO” concept to the degree practical - Apply the “repurpose” concept - Not yet a DAWIA certification course - At a minimum, expands/introduces the broadest range of “Sustainment” topics Phase II: - New content development - Add more “meat” across the board

5 5 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Very important follow-on course to LOG 102, System Sustainment Management Fundamentals Will lead into the future LOG 207 classroom course! Addresses current requirements - DODI Sustainment factors - DUSD(L&MR) System Sustainment Metrics - Expertise Locator Sustainment Criteria based on Career Field Competencies Course to be built incrementally Phase I: Predominately content re-use - Very little new content development; “data mining” effort - Apply the “SCO” concept to the degree practical - Apply the “repurpose” concept - Not yet a DAWIA certification course - At a minimum, expands/introduces the broadest range of “Sustainment” topics Phase II: - New content development - Add more “meat” across the board

6 6 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Phase III: - Refinement of course content - Greatly increased focus on assessments - Final validation of assessments aligned to objectives - ACE evaluated for college credit recommendation - DAWIA Level II requirement - Leads into classroom LOG 207

7 7 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Very important follow-on course to LOG 102, System Sustainment Management Fundamentals Will lead into the future LOG 207 classroom course! Addresses current requirements - DODI Sustainment factors - DUSD(L&MR) System Sustainment Metrics - Expertise Locator Sustainment Criteria based on Career Field Competencies Course to be built incrementally Phase I: Predominately content re-use - Very little new content development; “data mining” effort - Apply the “SCO” concept to the degree practical - Apply the “repurpose” concept - Not yet a DAWIA certification course - At a minimum, introduces the broadest range of “Sustainment” topics Phase II: - New content development - Add more “meat” across the board LOG 207 may have the students build a System Sustainment Plan Determine what goes into a plan for a system that is given to them Build a plan through a week-long series of exercises, including simulations

8 8 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Very important follow-on course to LOG 102, System Sustainment Management Fundamentals Will lead into the future LOG 207 classroom course! Addresses current requirements - DODI Sustainment factors - DUSD(L&MR) System Sustainment Metrics - Expertise Locator Sustainment Criteria based on Career Field Competencies Course to be built incrementally Phase I: Predominately content re-use - Very little new content development; “data mining” effort - Apply the “SCO” concept to the degree practical - Apply the “repurpose” concept - Not yet a DAWIA certification course - At a minimum, introduces the broadest range of “Sustainment” topics Phase II: - New content development - Add more “meat” across the board LOG 102 includes: DoD Logistics Organizations Policy PBL Public-Private partnering RTOC SCM, SCM, SCM, SCOR Model Environmental considerations

9 9 1. Supply 2. Maintenance 3. Transportation 4. Sustaining engineering 5. Data management 6. Configuration management 7. Manpower 8. Personnel 9. Training 10. Habitability 11. Survivability 12. Environment 13. Safety (including explosives safety) 14. Occupational health 15. Protection of critical program information 16. Anti-tamper provisions 17. Information technology (IT) including: a. National Security Systems (NSS) b. Supportability c. Interoperability DODI Para LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Operations & Support: Sustainment Sustainment Para 3.9.2:

10 10 Systems Sustainment Metrics -DUSD(L&MR) memo Materiel Availability (KPP) Materiel Reliability (KSA) Ownership Cost (KSA) Mean Down Time 1.PBL 2.PBA 3. Corrosion Prevention 4. IUID / SIM 5. Tech Data / IETM 6. CBM+ PHM Diagnostics RCM 7. CPI 8. Title 10 50/50 Partnering 9. Depot Maintenance Plan 10. DMSMS / Obsolescence 11. Training 12. SCM 13. RFID 14. Predictive Modeling Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management

11 11 1. Supply 2. Maintenance 3. Transportation 4. Sustaining engineering 5. Data management 6. Configuration management 7. Manpower 8. Personnel 9. Training 10. Habitability 11. Survivability 12. Environment 13. Safety (including explosives safety) 14. Occupational health 15. Protection of critical program information 16. Anti-tamper provisions 17. Information technology (IT) including: a. National Security Systems (NSS) b. Supportability c. Interoperability DODI Para Systems Sustainment Metrics -DUSD(L&MR) memo Materiel Availability (KPP) Materiel Reliability (KSA) Ownership Cost (KSA) Mean Down Time 1.PBL 2.PBA 3. Corrosion Prevention 4. IUID / SIM 5. Tech Data / IETM 6. CBM+ PHM Diagnostics RCM 7. CPI 8. Title 10 50/50 Partnering 9. Depot Maintenance Plan 10. DMSMS / Obsolescence 11. Training 12. SCM 13. RFID 14. Predictive Modeling Lifecycle Logistics Competencies Awaiting final version to align and correlate Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management

12 12 1. Supply 2. Maintenance 3. Transportation 4. Sustaining engineering 5. Data management 6. Configuration management 7. Manpower 8. Personnel 9. Training 10. Habitability 11. Survivability 12. Environment 13. Safety (including explosives safety) 14. Occupational health 15. Protection of critical program information 16. Anti-tamper provisions 17. Information technology (IT) including: a. National Security Systems (NSS) b. Supportability c. Interoperability DODI Para Systems Sustainment Metrics -DUSD(L&MR) memo Materiel Availability (KPP) Materiel Reliability (KSA) Ownership Cost (KSA) Mean Down Time 1.PBL 2.PBA 3. Corrosion Prevention 4. IUID / SIM 5. Tech Data / IETM 6. CBM+ PHM Diagnostics RCM 7. CPI 8. Title 10 50/50 Partnering 9. Depot Maintenance Plan 10. DMSMS / Obsolescence 11. Training 12. SCM 13. RFID 14. Predictive Modeling Expertise Locator Competencies (Sustainment) Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Supply Chain Management (SCM) Contracting for Supplies and Services Technical Data & Data Management Sustaining Engineering -Deficiency Reporting -Technology Insertion -Continuous Modernization Configuration Management Obsolescence & DMSMS Joint/Operational Logistics Interface Network Centric Logistics -S&RL Continuous Process Improvement -Lean -Six Sigma System Retirement -Demilitarization -Reutilization -Disposal Planning & Execution 58 bullets

13 13 1. Supply 2. Maintenance 3. Transportation 4. Sustaining engineering 5. Data management 6. Configuration management 7. Manpower 8. Personnel 9. Training 10. Habitability 11. Survivability 12. Environment 13. Safety (including explosives safety) 14. Occupational health 15. Protection of critical program information 16. Anti-tamper provisions 17. Information technology (IT) including: a. National Security Systems (NSS) b. Supportability c. Interoperability Materiel Availability (KPP) Materiel Reliability (KSA) Ownership Cost (KSA) Mean Down Time 1.PBL 2.PBA 3. Corrosion Prevention 4. IUID / SIM 5. Tech Data / IETM 6. CBM+ PHM Diagnostics RCM 7. CPI 8. Title 10 50/50 Partnering 9. Depot Maintenance Plan 10. DMSMS / Obsolescence 11. Training 12. SCM 13. RFID 14. Predictive Modeling Supply/SCM Maintenance Manpower, Personnel, & Training Data Management Environmental, Safety, & Occupational Health Continuous Modernization (including Obsolescence & DMSMS) Program Management & Sustaining Engineering LOG 206 SEVEN MAJOR CATEGORIES Module topics Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management DODI Para Systems Sustainment Metrics -DUSD(L&MR) memo

14 14 1. Supply 2. Maintenance 3. Transportation 4. Sustaining engineering 5. Data management 6. Configuration management 7. Manpower 8. Personnel 9. Training 10. Habitability 11. Survivability 12. Environment 13. Safety (including explosives safety) 14. Occupational health 15. Protection of critical program information 16. Anti-tamper provisions 17. Information technology (IT) including: a. National Security Systems (NSS) b. Supportability c. Interoperability Materiel Availability (KPP) Materiel Reliability (KSA) Ownership Cost (KSA) Mean Down Time 1.PBL 2.PBA 3. Corrosion Prevention 4. IUID / SIM 5. Tech Data / IETM 6. CBM+ PHM Diagnostics RCM 7. CPI 8. Title 10 50/50 Partnering 9. Depot Maintenance Plan 10. DMSMS / Obsolescence 11. Training 12. SCM 13. RFID 14. Predictive Modeling Supply/SCM Maintenance Manpower, Personnel, & Training Environmental, Safety, & Occupational Health LOG 206 SEVEN MAJOR CATEGORIES Module topics ( & L&MR memo) Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management DODI Para Systems Sustainment Metrics -DUSD(L&MR) memo 4 Program Management & Sustaining Engineering 7 Data Management Continuous Modernization (including Obsolescence & DMSMS)

15 15 1. Supply 2. Maintenance 1. Transportation 4. Sustaining engineering 7. Data management 7. Configuration management 3. Manpower 3. Personnel 3. Training 5. Habitability 5. Survivability 5. Environment 5. Safety (including explosives safety) 5. Occupational health 7. Protection of critical program information 7. Anti-tamper provisions 7. Information technology (IT) including: 7. National Security Systems (NSS) 7. Supportability 7. Interoperability Materiel Availability (KPP) Materiel Reliability (KSA) Ownership Cost (KSA) Mean Down Time 4. PBL 4. PBA 6. Corrosion Prevention 7. IUID / SIM 7. Tech Data / IETM 2. CBM+ PHM Diagnostics RCM 4. CPI 2. Title /50 2. Partnering 2. Depot Maintenance Plan 6. DMSMS / Obsolescence 3. Training 1. SCM 7. RFID 2. Predictive Modeling LOG 206 Supply/SCM Maintenance Manpower, Personnel, & Training Data Management Environmental, Safety, & Occupational Health Program Management & Sustaining Engineering 7 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management SEVEN MAJOR CATEGORIES Module topics ( & L&MR memo) Data Management DODI Para Systems Sustainment Metrics -DUSD(L&MR) memo Continuous Modernization (including Obsolescence & DMSMS)

16 16 LOG 206 Potential Course View Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Tech Data Data Management Configuration Management IETM IUID RFID Network Centric Logistics S&RL LMI Information Assurance (IA) Supply/SCM Maintenance Manpower, Personnel, & Training Data Management Environmental, Safety, & Occupational Health Continuous Modernization Program Management & Sustaining Engineering Customer Relationship Management (CRM)Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Sustaining EngineeringSustaining Engineering Joint/Operational Logistics InterfaceJoint/Operational Logistics Interface CPI (Lean/Six Sigma) System Sustainment PlanCPI (Lean/Six Sigma) System Sustainment Plan ERPERP Lean/Six SigmaLean/Six Sigma ILAILA SDOE / Design for SupportabilitySDOE / Design for Supportability Sustaining EngineeringSustaining Engineering -Deficiency Reporting -Technology Insertion -Continuous Modernization ObsolescenceObsolescence DMSMSDMSMS System RetirementSystem Retirement DemilitarizationDemilitarization ReutilizationReutilization Disposal Planning & ExecutionDisposal Planning & Execution RESETRESET RecapitalizationRecapitalization Corrosion PreventionCorrosion Prevention Supply Chain Management (SCM)Supply Chain Management (SCM) Customer Relationship Management (CRM)Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Contracting for Supplies and ServicesContracting for Supplies and Services TRANSCOM DPOTRANSCOM DPO Contracting for Supplies and Services S&RL Program Maintenance Plan CBM+ PHM Diagnostics RCM PESHEPESHE EnvironmentEnvironment SafetySafety Occupational HealthOccupational Health ManpowerManpower PersonelPersonel TraiingTraiing HSIHSI HabitabilityHabitability SurvivabiitySurvivabiity PackagingPackaging HandlingHandling TransportationTransportation 50/50 Partnering Depot Maintenance Plan Predictive Modeling Material Availability (KPP)Material Availability (KPP) Material Reliability (KSA)Material Reliability (KSA) Ownership Costs (KSA)Ownership Costs (KSA) Mean Down TimeMean Down Time PBAPBA PBLPBL CPICPI SIM Anti-Tamper Protection of critical program information IT including: NSS Supportability Interoperability

17 17 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Kick-Off meeting 12 October 2007

18 18 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206 Key Players DAU DoD NSWC Crane EG&G Karta Course Manager: Al Barnes, DAU South Logistics Sustainment PD: Bo Gourley eLTC: Luis Ramirez ISD: Dr. Judith Bayliss John Becker Alex Melnikow Renee Jung Nick Gates Ron Wong Peter Schill

19 19 LOG 206 Potential Course Outline Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Module 1:Introduction Module 2:Program Management & Sustaining Engineering Module 3:Maintenance Module 4:Supply/SCM Module 5:Data Management Module 6:Manpower, Personnel, & Training Module 7:Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health Module 8:Continuous Modernization (including Obsolescence and DMSMS) Module 9:Summary Phase I solution

20 20 LOG 206 Potential Expanded Course Outline Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Module 1:Introduction Module 2:Program Management Module 3:Sustaining Engineering Module 4: Module 5: Module 6: Module 7: Module 8: Module 9:Information Technology Module 10:Maintenance Module 11:Supply/SCM Module 12: Data Management Module 13:Manpower, Personnel, & Training Module 14:Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health Module 15:Continuous Modernization (including Obsolescence and DMSMS) Module 16:Summary Phase III solution

21 21 LOG 206 Phase III Final view Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Module 1Module 2Module 3Module 4Module 5Module 6Module 7Module 8Module 9 IntroductionPM & Sustaining Engineering MaintenanceSupply/SCMData Management MP&TESOHCPISummary 100% solution

22 22 LOG 206 Phase I Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Module 1Module 2Module 3Module 4Module 5Module 6Module 7Module 8Module 9 IntroductionPM & Sustaining Engineering MaintenanceSupply/SCMData Management MP&TESOHCPISummary Phase 1 solution CONTENT

23 23 LOG 206 Phase I Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Module 1Module 2Module 3Module 4Module 5Module 6Module 7Module 8Module 9 IntroductionPM & Sustaining Engineering MaintenanceSupply/SCMData Management MP&TESOHCPISummary ASSESSMENTS Phase I may be more “CLM-like” than like a DAU certification course.

24 24 LOG 206 EXISTING DAU COURSE MATERIALS Certification courses and CLMs LOG 304 – Re-use of material not to be used in LOG 350 LOG 204 – Existing on-line course (Configuration Management) LOG 203 – Reliability and Maintainability CLC 013 – Performance-Based Services Acquisition CLC 040 – Predictive Analysis and Scheduling CLC Predictive Analysis and Systems Engineering CLC 042 – Predictive Analysis and Quality Assurance CLE 001 – Value Engineering CLE 004 – Intro to Lean Enterprise CLE 007 – Lean Six Sigma CLE 008 – Six Sigma: Concepts and Processes CLE 009 – System Safety in Systems Engineering CLE 015 – CPI Familiarization CLE 016 – Outcome-based Performance Measures CLE 022 – PM Intro to Anti-Tamper CLE 025 – IA for Acquisition Professionals CLE 201 – ISO 9000:2000 CLE 301 – R&M CLL 002 – DLA Support to the PM CLL 006 – Depot Maintenance Partnering CLL 008 – Designing for Supportability CLL 011 – Performance Based Logistics CLL 014 – Joint Systems Integrated Support Strategies CLL 015 – Business Case Analysis CLL 017 – Introduction to Defense Distribution CLL 020 – Independent Logistics Assessments CLL 022 – Title 10 Depot Maintenance Overview CLL 023 – Title 10 Core Statute CLL 024 – Title 10 50/50 CLL 025 – Depot Maintenance ISA CLL 201 – DMSMS Fundamentals CLL 202 – DMSMS Executive Overview CLL 203 – DMSMS Essentials CLL 204 – DMSMS Case Studies CLM 022 – Introduction to Interoperability CLM 029 – Net-Ready KPP CLM 030 – Common Supplier Engagement CLM 032 – EA CLM 035 – ESOH (PMT 352A) CLM 037 – Physical Inventories CLM 038 – Corrosion Prevention and Control Overview CLM 200 – IUID FAC 006 – SAFETY Act Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management

25 25 LOG 206 EXISTING DAU COURSE MATERIALS Certification courses and CLMs LOG 304 – Re-use of material not to be used in LOG 350 LOG 204 – Existing on-line course (Configuration Management) LOG 203 – Reliability and Maintainability CLC 013 – Performance-Based Services Acquisition CLC 040 – Predictive Analysis and Scheduling CLC Predictive Analysis and Systems Engineering CLC 042 – Predictive Analysis and Quality Assurance CLE 001 – Value Engineering CLE 004 – Intro to Lean Enterprise CLE 007 – Lean Six Sigma CLE 008 – Six Sigma: Concepts and Processes CLE 009 – System Safety in Systems Engineering CLE 015 – CPI Familiarization CLE 016 – Outcome-based Performance Measures CLE 022 – PM Intro to Anti-Tamper CLE 025 – IA for Acquisition Professionals CLE 201 – ISO 9000:2000 CLE 301 – R&M CLL 002 – DLA Support to the PM CLL 006 – Depot Maintenance Partnering CLL 008 – Designing for Supportability CLL 011 – Performance Based Logistics CLL 014 – Joint Systems Integrated Support Strategies CLL 015 – Business Case Analysis CLL 017 – Introduction to Defense Distribution CLL 020 – Independent Logistics Assessments CLL 022 – Title 10 Depot Maintenance Overview CLL 023 – Title 10 Core Statute CLL 024 – Title 10 50/50 CLL 025 – Depot Maintenance ISA CLL 201 – DMSMS Fundamentals CLL 202 – DMSMS Executive Overview CLL 203 – DMSMS Essentials CLL 204 – DMSMS Case Studies CLM 022 – Introduction to Interoperability CLM 029 – Net-Ready KPP CLM 030 – Common Supplier Engagement CLM 032 – EA CLM 035 – ESOH (PMT 352A) CLM 037 – Physical Inventories CLM 038 – Corrosion Prevention and Control Overview CLM 200 – IUID FAC 006 – SAFETY Act Supply/SCM Maintenance MP&T ES&OH Continuous Process Improvement PM & Sustaining Engineering Data Management

26 26 CLE 022 PM Intro to Anti-Tamper CLE 025 IA for Acquisition Assurance (IA) CLM 022 Introduction to Interoperability CLM 029 Net-ready KPP CLM 200 IUID Supply/SCM Maintenance Manpower, Personnel, & Training Data Management Environmental, Safety, & Occupational Health Continuous Process Improvement Program Management & Sustaining Engineering CLC 013 Performance-based Services AcquisitionCLC 013 Performance-based Services Acquisition CLE 001 Value EngineeringCLE 001 Value Engineering CLE 004, 007, 008 Lean/Six SigmaCLE 004, 007, 008 Lean/Six Sigma CLE 015 CPI FamiliarizationCLE 015 CPI Familiarization CLE 016 Outcome-based Performance MeasuresCLE 016 Outcome-based Performance Measures CLE 201 ISO 9000CLE 201 ISO 9000 CLL 008 Design for SupportabilityCLL 008 Design for Supportability CLL 201 DMSMS FundamentalsCLL 201 DMSMS Fundamentals CLL 202 DMSMS Executive OverviewCLL 202 DMSMS Executive Overview CLL 203 DMSMS EssentialsCLL 203 DMSMS Essentials CLL 204 DMSMS Case StudiesCLL 204 DMSMS Case Studies CLM 038 Corrosion Prevention and ControlCLM 038 Corrosion Prevention and Control CLM 017Intro to Defense DistributionCLM 017Intro to Defense Distribution CLM 030Common Supplier EngagementCLM 030Common Supplier Engagement CLM 037Physical InventoriesCLM 037Physical Inventories CLC 040, 041, 042 Predictive Analysis CLE 301 R&M CLL 006 Depot Maintenance Partnering CLL 025 Depot Maintenance ISA CLL 022, 023, 024 Title 10 CLE 009 System Safety in Systems EngineeringCLE 009 System Safety in Systems Engineering CLM 035 ESOH (PMT 352A)CLM 035 ESOH (PMT 352A) FAC 006 SAFETY ActFAC 006 SAFETY Act EXISTING CONTENT OPPORTUNITIES Current DAU CLMs CLL 011 PBLCLL 011 PBL CLL 014 Joint Systems Integrated Support StrategiesCLL 014 Joint Systems Integrated Support Strategies CLL 015 Business Case AnalysisCLL 015 Business Case Analysis CLL 020 ILAsCLL 020 ILAs CLM 032 Evolutionary AcquisitionCLM 032 Evolutionary Acquisition Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206

27 27 IE 304** Forecasting and Inventory Supply/SCM Maintenance Manpower, Personnel, & Training Data Management Environmental, Safety, & Occupational Health Continuous Process Improvement Program Management & Sustaining Engineering IE 105** ERPIE 105** ERP IE 203** Metrics and the BSCIE 203** Metrics and the BSC IE 104** Supply Chain as a SystemIE 104** Supply Chain as a System IE 303** Supplier Relationship to ManagementIE 303** Supplier Relationship to Management IE 306** Contracting for SupplyIE 306** Contracting for Supply IE 309** Maintenance Orientation IE 310** Maintenance for Supply LOG 304 – ESOH ModuleLOG 304 – ESOH Module EXISTING CONTENT OPPORTUNITIES Additional sources currently identified ** Air Force Immersion Training Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206

28 28 LOG 206 MULTI-PHASED DEVELOPMENT STAGES Phase I▫ Learning Asset/Content re-use and conversion - Identifying qualifying content - Create rubrics/ELOs/TLOs ▫ End-of-module assessment creation ▫ Create course description, etc. (p. 48 of DAU catalog) ▫ Offered as a course in the normal Logistics curriculum, but not as a certification requirement Phase II▫ New content development ▫ End-of-module assessment creation ▫ Offered as a course in the normal Logistics curriculum, possibly as a Level II certification requirement, but probably not yet Phase III▫ New content development and final refinement ▫ Phase III may be considered the first course revision ▫ End-of module assessment creation ▫ Level II certification requirement Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Uses existing Content New content development New content development and modification

29 29 LOG 206 Phase I – Notional first guess Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management OCTNOVDECJANFEBMARAPRMAYJUNJULAUGSEP Module determination ELO/TLO/Rubric Assessment creation Content conversion Source determination Student/Instructor Beta Go Live

30 30 What does LOG 206 need from the FIPT? Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Concurrence in the approach Continued vision for the series of Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management courses!

31 31 Acquisition culminates in Sustainment ….to include Disposal

32 32 THINK SYSTEMS SUSTAINMENT FROM THE START SUSTAINMENT System Acquisition System Acquisition

33 33 LOG 206 Back-up Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management

34 34 LOG 206 NOTES Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Program Management & Sustaining Engineering Based on initial breakdown of categories, may need to divide Program Management & Sustaining Engineering into two separate categories: Acquisition Program Management Sustaining Engineering INCLUDE: Retrograde Recapitalization RESET

35 35 LOG 206 OBJECTIVES Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management Students who successfully complete this course will be able to describe the requirements to recognize the attributes of [create and maintain * ] a Life Cycle Sustainment plan throughout a system’s life cycle. Module Objectives …[create] recognize the attributes of a Life Cycle Sustainment strategy that describes how system modifications are addressed during the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle. …[create] recognize the attributes of a Life Cycle Sustainment strategy that describes how system upgrades are addressed during the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle. …[create] recognize the attributes of a Life Cycle Sustainment strategy that describes how system sustainment issues are approached in an evolutionary acquisition. …[create] recognize the attributes of a Life Cycle Sustainment strategy that describes how reprocurements are addressed in a system’s life cycle. …[create] recognize the attributes of a comprehensive outline of a Life Cycle Sustainment Plan. …describe Supply/Supply Chain Management issues that must be managed during the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle …describe the Manpower, Personnel, and Training issues that must be addressed throughout during the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle. * LOG 207 objectives

36 36 LOG 206 OBJECTIVES Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management …describe the following Maintenance Management concepts that may be employed during the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle: -Condition-Based Maintenance + (CBM+) -Sense & Respond Logistics -PHM -Diagnostics -RCM -50/50 Rule -Partnering -Depot Maintenance Planning -Predictive Modeling …describe Sustaining Engineering issues that must be addressed throughout the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle, including: -Deficiency Reporting -Technology Insertion -Continuous Modernization -Continuous Process Improvement -Lean -Six Sigma (continued) Module Objectives

37 37 LOG 206 OBJECTIVES Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management …describe the following Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH) concerns that must addressed during the sustainment phases of system’s life cycle: -Environmental law and regulation compliance -Safety issues, including explosives safety -Occupational Health -Habitability -Survivability …describe Obsolescence & DMSMS issues that must be addressed throughout the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle, to include: -Obsolescence -DMSMS -Corrosion Prevention …describe Configuration Management issues that must be addressed throughout the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle. …describe Data Management issues that must be addressed throughout the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle, to include: -Tech data requirements -IUID considerations -RFID application -SIM (continued) Module Objectives

38 38 LOG 206 OBJECTIVES Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management …explain how the Materiel Availability Key Performance Parameter will be assessed during the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle. …explain how the Materiel Reliability Key System Attribute will be assessed during the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle. …explain how the Ownership Cost Key System Attribute will be assessed during the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle. …explain how Mean Down Time will be assessed during the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle. …describe Interoperability issues that must be addressed throughout the sustainment phases of a system’s life cycle, to include: -Anti-tamper planning -Protection of critical program information -Information technology (continued) Module Objectives

39 39 Protection of critical program information Information technology (IT) including: -National Security Systems (NSS) -Supportability -Interoperability Supply/SCM Maintenance Manpower, Personnel, & Training Data Management Environmental, Safety, & Occupational Health Continuous Process Improvement Program Management & Sustaining Engineering Materiel Availability (KPP)Materiel Availability (KPP) Materiel Reliability (KSA)Materiel Reliability (KSA) Ownership Cost (KSA)Ownership Cost (KSA) Mean Down TimeMean Down Time PBAPBA PBLPBL CPICPI Sustaining engineeringSustaining engineering ObsolescenceObsolescence DMSMSDMSMS Corrosion PreventionCorrosion Prevention Sustaining engineeringSustaining engineering SupplySupply SCMSCM TransportationTransportation Maintenance CBM+ PHM Diagnostics RCM Data management Configuration management Tech Data IETM IUID RFID SIM Anti-tamper 50/50 Partnering Depot Maintenance Plan Predictive modeling ManpowerManpower PersonnelPersonnel TrainingTraining EnvironmentalEnvironmental SafetySafety Explosive safetyExplosive safety Occupational HealthOccupational Health HabitabilityHabitability SurvivabilitySurvivability LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management SEVEN MAJOR CATEGORIES Module topics ( & L&MR memo)

40 40 Tech Data and Data Management Configuration Management Network Centric Logistics S&RL *2 Supply/SCM Maintenance Manpower, Personnel, & Training Data Management Environmental, Safety, & Occupational Health Continuous Process Improvement Program Management & Sustaining Engineering Customer Relationship Management (CRM) *1Customer Relationship Management (CRM) *1 Sustaining Engineering *6Sustaining Engineering *6 Joint/Operational Logistics InterfaceJoint/Operational Logistics Interface CPI (Lean/Six Sigma)CPI (Lean/Six Sigma) Sustaining Engineering *4Sustaining Engineering *4 -Deficiency Reporting -Technology Insertion -Continuous Modernization Obsolescence and DMSMSObsolescence and DMSMS System RetirementSystem Retirement DemilitarizationDemilitarization ReutilizationReutilization Disposal Planning & ExecutionDisposal Planning & Execution Supply Chain Management (SCM)Supply Chain Management (SCM) Customer Relationship Management (CRM) *4Customer Relationship Management (CRM) *4 Contracting for Supplies and Services *2Contracting for Supplies and Services *2 Contracting for Supplies and Services *1 S&RL *7 SEVEN MAJOR CATEGORIES Expertise Locator LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management

41 41 LMI Information Assurance (IA) Supply/SCM Maintenance Manpower, Personnel, & Training Data Management Environmental, Safety, & Occupational Health Continuous Process Improvement Program Management & Sustaining Engineering System Sustainment PlanSystem Sustainment Plan ERPERP Lean/Six SigmaLean/Six Sigma ILAILA SDOE / Design for SupportabilitySDOE / Design for Supportability PackagingPackaging HandlingHandling StorageStorage TRANSCOM DPOTRANSCOM DPO Program Maintenance Plan HSIHSI PESHEPESHE SEVEN MAJOR CATEGORIES Other potential topics LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management RESET Recapitalization

42 42 Integrated Defense Acquisition, Technology, & Logistics Life Cycle Management Framework TYPES OF FUNDS Operations & Maintenance Operations & Maintenance O&S Sustainment

43 43 Integrated Defense Acquisition, Technology, & Logistics Life Cycle Management Framework

44 44 Milestones ABC Program Initiation IOCFOC A B C Concept Refinement Technology Development System Development & Demonstration OPERATIONS & SUPPORT Production & Deployment AT&L Lifecycle View from the Warfighter’s & Sustainer’s perspective

45 45 AT&L Lifecycle View

46 46 Historical LCC (TOC) Distribution Typical 1970 DoD acquisition program with a service life of about 20 years 20 years LIFE-CYCLE COST 10% 30% 60% SYSTEM RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PRODUCTION SYSTEM ACQUISITION OPERATION AND SUPPORT

47 47 More Recent LCC (TOC) Distribution 72% SYSTEM ACQUISITION OPERATION AND SUPPORT LIFE-CYCLE COST 30 YEARS Typical 1980 DoD acquisition program with a service life of about 30 years 28%

48 48 OPERATIONS & SUPPORT SUSTAINMENT System Lifecycle View from the Warfighter’s & Sustainer’s perspective ACQUISITION

49 49 OPERATIONS & SUPPORT SUSTAINMENT Production & Deployment System Lifecycle View from the Warfighter’s & Sustainer’s perspective ACQUISITION

50 50 OPERATIONS & SUPPORT SUSTAINMENT Production & Deployment System Development & Demonstration System Lifecycle View from the Warfighter’s & Sustainer’s perspective ACQUISITION

51 51 OPERATIONS & SUPPORT SUSTAINMENT HEMTT – 44 years ACQUISITION

52 52 OPERATIONS & SUPPORT SUSTAINMENT F15 – 51 years ACQUISITION

53 53 OPERATIONS & SUPPORT SUSTAINMENT B-52 – 94 years! ACQUISITION

54 54 Defense System Life Cycle yrsB yrs 2.5 ton truck 79 yrsC-130 UH-1 69 yrs 49 yrs M yrs 72 yrsAIM-9 56 yrsSSN yrsF yrsCH yrsHEMTT 51 yrsF yrsKC-135 SOURCE: John F. Phillips, DUSD(L) 9/96; UH-1 updated 6/99; C-130 updated 11/99. X X X 93 yrs X

55 55 Concept Refinement Technology Development System Development & Demonstration Production & Deployment Operations & Support Milestones ABC Program Initiation IOCFOC Pre-Systems AcquisitionSystems AcquisitionSustainment DOD Acquisition Process View System Lifecycle View from the Warfighter’s & Sustainer’s perspective SUSTAINMENT System Acquisition System Acquisition

56 56 JROC established a mandatory Materiel Readiness/ Sustainment KPP. Establish goals early in the concept decision process. Status towards these goals should be reported at Program Reviews: DAB DAES MRUs etc. DUSD (Logistics & Materiel Readiness) “Life Cycle Sustainment Outcome Metrics”

57 57 Systems Sustainment Metrics Materiel Availability (KPP) Materiel Reliability (KSA) Ownership Cost (KSA) Mean Down Time 1.PBL 2.PBA 3. Corrosion Prevention 4. IUID / SIM 5. Tech Data / IETM 6. CBM+ PHM Diagnostics RCM 7. CPI 8. Title 10 50/50 Partnering 9. Depot Maintenance Plan 10. DMSMS / Obsolescence 11. Training 12. SCM 13. RFID 14. Predictive Modeling DUSD (Logistics & Materiel Readiness “Life Cycle Sustainment Outcome Metrics”

58 58 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management LOG 206 The Need

59 59 LOG 206 Intermediate Systems Sustainment Management

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