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1 BOEING is a trademark of Boeing Management Company. Copyright © 2004 Boeing. All rights reserved. 1MCG Defence Project Management 2007 Royal United Services Institute Industry’s role in managing capability to meet operational needs

2 Industry’s role in managing capability to meet operational needs Mr. James O’Loughlin Director – UK Chinook TLCS Programme Boeing Support Systems

3 Overview  Industry’s role in managing capability to meet operational needs  UK Chinook TLCS Programme  Summary

4 What is Industry’s role in managing capability to meet operational needs?  Utilise Through-Life Capability Management (TLCM) to better manage operational need capability  Early engagement to develop capability roadmap  Strive for agility in delivering capability  Seek innovative ways to expedite approvals Industry partnership helps MoD deliver operational capability

5 Utilise Through-Life Capability Management to better manage operational need capability  MoD acquisition change requires industry to embrace TLCM to effectively manage capability  With proper execution, TLCM will deliver improved operational effectiveness and maximise value for money TLCM is an approach to the acquisition and in-service management of military capability in which every aspect of new and existing military capability is planned and managed coherently across all Defence Lines of Development (DLOD) from cradle to grave. Ref. ENABLING ACQUISITION CHANGE JUNE 2006

6 Use TLCM process to define capability roadmap Capability Characterisation & Boundaries Capability Baseline Capability Time-Based Goals Capability Option Assessment Issue Analysis & Option Development Capability Roadmap Plan Capability Roadmap Plan Problem Scope Data Gathering Option Trading Detailed Planning DIS advocates use of TLCM

7 Early engagement to develop capability roadmap  Early engagement by industry with customer essential  Detailed capability roadmap planning mitigates need for Urgent Operational Requirements (UORs)  Plan must address joint risk mitigation Robust capability roadmap mitigates need for UORs

8 Strive for agility in delivering capability  UORs must be timely to support operations  Utilise capability roadmap to anticipate resource needs  Plan for stage capability and incremental release to mitigate risk and speed delivery to operations  Install capability mods/upgrades during depth maintenance to minimise impact on front line  Support capability insertion with operator at front line Agility essential to support operational needs

9 Seek innovative ways to expedite approvals  Maintain open relationships to collectively look at innovative ways to expedite approvals  Funding – demonstrable top level commitment  Flexible contracting  Leverage industry experience to meet customer needs  Share lessons learned to promote continuous improvement  Share information early and often Open relationships promote innovation

10 UK Chinook Through Life Customer Support (TLCS) Programme Boeing and the United Kingdom have partnered for 34 years for cost effective, agile, output-based Chinook support. Comprehensive Supply Chain and support equipment management Component and heavy depot maintenance Capability upgrades and modifications Technical support and publications management Crash/battle damage repair Joint customer/operator fleet planning Integrated programme management and continuous improvement leadership

11 Traditional Contracting for Capability Contracting for Availability Spares Inclusive Government As Provider Government as Decider Intentions Opportunities Internal Provision External Provision Output Based TLCS and Defence Industrial Strategy TLCS is a transformational programme Contracting for affordable availability Flexible and scalable to address MoD’s needs

12 2007 Focus Support OPTEMPO increase - Increase DARA maintenance efficiency through Lean - Build-up of optimised inventory - Increase UK capabilities Supply chain/operations optimisation Maintenance Policy Transformation Joint capability roadmap planning to support operational needs

13 BOEING is a trademark of Boeing Management Company. Copyright © 2004 Boeing. All rights reserved. 13MCG Summary Industry’s role in managing capability to meet operational needs Industry partnership helps MoD deliver operational capability Utilise TLCM to better manage operational need capability Robust capability roadmap mitigates need for UORs Agility essential to support operational needs Open relationships promote innovation TLCS – Working jointly with MoD to satisfy Chinook operational capability needs

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