Presentation on theme: "DoD Integrated Product Support Roadmap Tool"— Presentation transcript:
1DoD Integrated Product Support Roadmap Tool LOG FIPT19 October 2012Mary G. RyanDAU Global Learning & Technology Center
2The Roadmap Journey History – The Beginning Requirements – What PSAT wantedTeam – Who was on the teamRoadmap Tool Overview – What the team deliveredInclude slide with original wording
3HistoryNov DoD Weapon System Acquisition Reform Act (WSARA) & Product Support Assessment ReportProduct Support Assessment Team (PSAT)IPT #3 Human Capital06 Sep USD (AT&L) DTM Requirements for Life Cycle Management and Product SupportJan DoD Integrated Product Support Roadmap Tool - Multi-Service Working Group Formed
4Requirements Develop and publish a training aid in the form of an: Tasking from IPT #3Develop and publish a training aid in the form of an:interactive web toolprintable wall chartStated requirements:Interactive web tool – met (training, job aid, resource)Printable wall chart – met (training, job aid, resource)Incorporate new PS competencies into workforce – met via Performance Learning ToolExpand training at DoD and public universities – met via Performance Learning ToolTraining products to be centered on tenet of PSBM - met
5History (cont.)Nov 2009 WSARA Product Support Assessment (PSA) Human Capital Recommendations:Section 2. Incorporate new or modified product support competencies into DoD and industry logistics and acquisition workforce career field training, recruitment, and retention strategies2.6 - Build on web-enabled US Army LOGSA Life Cycle Logistics wall chart to develop a “purple” web-enabled "concept-to-disposal" DoD Life Cycle Logistics wall chart
6Requirements Tasking from IPT #3 Develop and publish a training aid in the form of an interactive web tool and printable wall chartIn support of the following objectives:To incorporate new product support competencies into the DoD acquisition work forceExpand integrated life cycle management training at DoD and public universitiesNew training products will be centered on the tenets of the Product Support Business ModelStated requirements:Interactive web tool – met (training, job aid, resource)Printable wall chart – met (training, job aid, resource)Incorporate new PS competencies into workforce – met via Performance Learning ToolExpand training at DoD and public universities – met via Performance Learning ToolTraining products to be centered on tenet of PSBM - met
7Requirements Goals for the Tool Serve as a standard reference for acquisition & life cycle logistics workforce personnel throughout DoDIncorporated into DAU logistics courses & continuous learning modulesProvide current guidance for acquisition program management offices to develop & implement product support strategiesProvide a standard reference to design & conduct Independent Logistics Assessments for acquisition programs
8PS Roadmap HomepageInclude slide with original wording
9Printable PS Roadmap Shot of Printable chart Include slide with original wording
10Printable PS RoadmapInclude slide with original wording
11Requirements Project Description Interactive Web page on DAU PortalWill depict sustainment activities and be in a format similar to the AT&L, Life Cycle Management ChartJoint services perspective – activities, processes,& guidance to plan and implement product support throughout each phase of DoD material acquisition life cycleEach activity will link to an informative “article” in the DAU Knowledge baseEach “article” will describe the activity, when it is accomplished, responsible entities and reference current regulations and policy guidanceEach “article” will also link to best practices, automated tools & other relevant informationThe chart will be hosted on the DAU PortalIt will depict sustainment activities and outputs and be similar to the ILC ChartI depicts a Joint Services perspectiveEach activity and output links to a metacard that links to available resources (this is much more that an “article”).Resources include theDAU Glossary definitionDAGPSM GuidebookLA GuidebooIPS Element GuidebookLCSP OutlineACQuipedia articlesService Specific LinksOther
12The Team Working Group Representatives: Ms. Mary Ryan - DAU Dr. Teresa Fazio – NAVAIRMr. Pat Rowe – ArmyMr. Gordon Taylor – MARCORSYSCOMMr. Greg Grejawick – Air ForceMs. Andrea Reese Hurst & Ms. Jennifer Zearley – CSC Technical Support
13Tool Resources & References OSD policy/guidance, not limited to but including:DoDDAGPSM GuidebookLA GuidebookLCSP OutlineOther applicable references or toolsIPS Element Guidebook (DAU)ACQuipedia ArticlesiGlossaryOther functional area toolsService Specific LinksExamples of confusing terms:LCSP, Product Support Package, LCMP, ILSMPGate Reviews are not included because they aren’t mandated across DoD.
17The Roadmap Tool Rows are aligned with IPS Elements Columns are aligned with acquisition phaseRows & columns reflect relationships among:IPS Elements (activities & outcomes)Major program key events and productsLogistics/Program/Technical reviewsMilestonesTerminology - language used to reflect end-state of product support managementDoD Specific PerspectiveHorizontal will reflect activities and outputs for that element across all phases.Vertical will reflect what is happening in that particular phase for:each element’s activities & outputswhat logistic/programmatic/technical reviews are occurringmajor program key events and products.
20Working Group Established Boundaries 1st level indenture – AT&L Framework Chart2nd level indenture – Logistics/Sustainment row on “The AT&L Framework Chart”3rd level of indenture – DoD Integrated Product Support Roadmap Tool“Generic” plans, activities, documents, events4th Level of indenture – Service specific Logistics processes and chartsThis is a dated slide showing how we originally were going to integrate with the ILC chart. Due to the unclear future of this chart and the fact that no planned update is coming we chose to disassociate ourselves from this chart. We are now a “stand alone” for Product Support. The PS Roadmap can stand on its own very well and the reconnect to whatever new “charts” are implemented in the future. (written 11 Oct 12).
21The Chart Roadmap Columns: Acquisition Phases Activities/Outputs Rows: Integrated Product Support ElementsDecision Points/MilestonesLogistics/SustainmentMajor Program Key Events/ProductsLogistics/Technical/Program Reviews
22Identified Primary Users Product Support ManagersLife Cycle LogisticiansProgram ManagersSubject Matter ExpertsGovernment & Industry Acquisition ProfessionalsDAU students - resident and online courses, continuous learning modules
23Usage ObjectivesThe PSM & Life Cycle Logistician must be knowledgeable about:Activities & Outputs of the IPS Elements during each acquisition phaseActivities, Documents, & Decisions they must lead, participate in, write and contribute toConsequences of Integration of IPS ElementsPreparation for DAB Milestone ReviewsConsequences of Integration – referring to knowledge of the effects on other elements if there is change to one.Preparation for DAB requires Knowledge & Diligence.
24The 4th level of indenture. Service specific charts such as, “The Army’s Life Cycle Logistics Chart” (by Pat Rowe). NAVAIR is also doing their own chart.All services have the opportunity to link into the DoD Life Cycle Product Support Chart at this level of indenture.The charts show the logical flow from Integrated Defense Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Life Cycle Management to the DoD Life Cycle Product Support Chart to the service specific Life Cycle charts.The DoD Life Cycle Product Support Chart shows the evolution or incremental implementation of Product Support from:requirements determination to the Material Development Decision,to the analysis of product support strategies,to the selection of a product support strategy,to the development a product support plan,to the testing of the product support plan,to the implementation and fielding of the product support packageto the identification of new requirements or major upgrades of declining systems during O&S