Presentations and Comments Zero- Sustainment Aircraft for the U. S. Air Force: A Workshop Summary. Complexes (ALCs)—9. Defense Acquisition University (DAU) offers three levels of logistics certification and in 2. In 2. 01. 4, a senior seminar will be offered to current and selected PSMs that highlights the keys to PSM and PM success. A final comment following this talk was that Do.
D does not have the tools to measure return on investment or life- cycle cost, and instead of chief executive officers, chief financial officers, and quarterly reports, there is a political process that makes it hard to run sustainment in a businesslike manner. James Yankel, Technical Director, Directorate of Logistics, Air Force Materiel Command. James Yankel, Technical Director, Directorate of Logistics, Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC), provided a perspective on sustaining aging aircraft from AFMC. Average growth of total aircraft sustainment costs is 6. Funding is falling further and further behind WSS requirements. The biggest cost growth area is CLS. In the 1. 96. 0s, the majority of sustainment was organic.
Today, the majority is commercial contracts. In the future, the plan is to make sustainment more of a public- private partnership.
Mr. Yankel described recent initiatives aimed at reducing sustainment costs and approaching sustainment more from an enterprise point of view. He explained that AFMC recently reorganized itself to achieve efficiencies by consolidating 1. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL); • Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC); • Air Force Sustainment Center (AFSC); • Air Force Test Center; and• Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center. In addition, processes for sustainment at AFMC are increasingly taking a life cycle and command- wide approach. These processes are undergoing performance reviews that___________________7. The number of Do.
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Jacobs Receives Contract from Air Force Research Laboratory/ Enterprise Business System Program Office. . Jacobs Receives Contract from Air Force Research Laboratory/ Enterprise Business System Program. the AFRL/EBSPO with management and software lifecycle technical support for continued development and sustainment of. Enterprise Implementation – Continuous Process Improvement (CPI). (AFRL) Intergraph lead the Enterprise Implementation CPI effort to develop and implement CPI in the Mission. Sustainment • Voluntary. Depot Activation and Interaction of Acquisition and Maintenance. Sustainment Lifecycle Management. •Enterprise vs. Individual Program. The Air Force Research Laboratory is a global technical enterprise. Under Masiello's leadership, AFRL recently received the Air Force. McMurry has served in a variety of engineering, program management.
The Air Force Research Laboratory is a global technical enterprise. AFRL Sustainment S&T Strategy. McMurry has served in a variety of engineering, program management. . The National Academies Press. readiness level 6 and then hands them off to depots or program offices. Asked about where AFRL’s requests for S&T. is empowered to execute an enterprise sustainment.
D personnel who are responsible for life- cycle logistics, which is defined as “developing, fielding, and improving system sustainment,” is large; however, this number is relatively small when compared to the number of people (~6. Do. D logistics (Steven Brown, Defense Acquisition University, “Institutionalizing Low Sustainment Aircraft,” presentation to the workshop on December 4, 2. The U. S. Air Force (USAF) currently has three Air Logistics Centers [Complexes] (ALCs), operating under the Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC), which provide acquisition, modification, and maintenance support for the Air Force aircraft fleets, end items, commodity parts, and some missile systems. The ALCs are complex, multifaceted organizations. They provide support to the Air Force and other components of the Department of Defense (Do.
D) on numerous product lines.” Excerpted from NRC, Examination of the U. S. Air Force’s Aircraft Sustainment Needs in the Future and Its Strategy to Meet These Needs, Washington, D.
C.: The National Academies Press, 2. James Yankel, Technical Director, Directorate of Logistics, Air Force Materiel Command, “Sustaining Aging Aircraft,” presentation to the workshop on December 4, 2.