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Performance Based Logistics and Readiness Summit 2010

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IDGA’s Performance-Based Logistics 2010 will feature best practices and case studies from those who have successfully implemented PBL across the spectrum of weapons systems, and will provide you with …

IDGA’s Performance-Based Logistics 2010 will feature best practices and case studies from those who have successfully implemented PBL across the spectrum of weapons systems, and will provide you with insights into the future of PBL.

By attending, you will engage in thought-provoking sessions covering the key issues ranging from the development of performance metrics within tightly controlled PBL guidelines, through to overcoming challenges in phasing-in PBL on legacy systems – and everything in between.

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  • 1. IDGA’s Performance Based Logistics & Readiness Summit March 15-18, 2010 | Washington DC Metro Area Master Class: March 15 (Monday) Main Conference: March 16-17 (Tues - Wed) Master Class: March 18 (Thursday) Conference Background and Objective The essence of Performance Based Logistics (PBL) is buying performance outcomes. It is procurement of a capability to support the warfighter versus the individual parts or repair actions. This is accomplished through a business relationship that is structured to meet the warfighter's requirements. PBL support strategies integrate responsibility for system support in the Product Support Integrator, who manages all sources of support. Current defense plans require all military departments to develop a PBL application schedule for all new weapons systems and a large group of previously fielded ones. Aiming to improve the readiness of major weapons systems by incentivizing contractors to meet certain levels of product availability and reliability, PBL is a powerful methodology for reducing total ownership costs. The major shift from the traditional approach to product support emphasizes how program manager teams buy support, not who they buy from. Performance Based Logistics is critical to supplying our warfighters with better equipment while saving money. The military now pays contractors for reliable performance; not just for what they’ve manufactured, but how it actually performs in the field. Performance based logistics should continue to grow in importance and become a major factor for every acquisition office. Who You Will Meet IDGA’s PBL & Readiness Summit 2010 will feature leaders from across the Services, who are actively involved with new PBL initiatives: Logistics Management Specialist Quality Assurance Specialists Logistics Manager Program Analysts Logistics Program Managers Project Officers Business Management Specialists Sustainment Contracting Groups Program Managers, Life Cycle Support PBL Integration Analysts Materiel Management Plans Offices Aerospace Engineers IDGA’s Performance Based Logistics & Readiness Summit 2010 confirmed speakers: MG Robert Radin, USA, Deputy Chief of Staff G-4/ Logistics Brig Gen Scott D. Chambers, USAF, Commander of the Defense Supply Center Philadelphia, Defense Logistics Agency Yvonne T. Jackson, SES, Deputy Program Executive Officer, Combat and Mission Support, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition Mr. John Baranowski, Materiel Readiness PBL Lead OSD Mr. Victor Gavin, Executive Director, US Navy Littoral and Mine Warfare Ms. Felicia D. Johnson, CGS Weapon System Team Lead, CECOM-LRC-IEWS Gary Salomon, USA, PBL Champion, CECOM LCMC Logistics & Readiness Center * For discussion purposes only * Not for public release * For inquiries, contact Elliott Jones, Program Director, at 212-885-2717 or elliott.jones@idga.org
  • 2. IDGA’s 8th Annual Performance Based Logistics Summit March 15-18, 2010 | Washington DC Metro Area Master Class: March 15 (Monday) Main Conference: March 16-17 (Tues - Wed) Master Class: March 18 (Thursday) Monday 15 March 2010| Implementation and Measurement Master Class This in-depth and interactive Focus Day will examine The cornerstone of PBL acquisition of weapon systems Performance-Based Logistics: The Basics and Beyond Affordable equipment sustainment Establishing and executing performance-based Output measurements: weapons system logistics contracts and programs availability Balancing theory and application Performance, reliability, maintainability, and supportability enhancements Developing a Business Case Analyses (BCA) to PBL Based Readiness Alternatives Must at a Minimum Evaluate Performance Based Logistics (PBL) Address The relative cost vs. benefits of different support Impacts on requirements for all logistics strategies elements The methods and rationale used to quantify Changes in supply management including benefits and costs impact of labor rates The impact and value of performance, cost, Changes in potential requirements for sustaining schedule and sustainment tradeoffs modifications Data required supporting and justifying the Roadmap or spiral development system implementation of PBL introduction MAIN CONFERENCE Tuesday 16 Mar – Wednesday 17 Mar, 2010 Tuesday, Day One Wednesday, Day Two REGISTRATION & COFFEE REGISTRATION & COFFEE Chairperson’s opening remarks Chairperson’s opening remarks Using PBL to Implement a Life Cycle Management Framework Challenges of Delivering a Ready Army by Providing The initial decision to invest in a project Guiding the decision to select among the Best Logistics Capabilities Policies and Programs Alternative approaches Validating schedule or budget changes during the Course of the Project Navy PBL team trims support costs for H-60 engine program Joint Contracting Command – Iraq/Afghanistan: Maximizing the availability of ready for issue Providing Responsive, Full-Spectrum Contracting internal engine components required by Navy Support to U.S. Military Forces operators and maintainers Building a knowledge management system Meeting mission requirements with fewer spare Encompassing critical mission planning data engines to reduced logistics pipeline and Effects-based contracting execution footprint PBL Team developed a plan to fairly share savings generated by changes in both Navy and * For discussion purposes only * Not for public release * For inquiries, contact Elliott Jones, Program Director, at 212-885-2717 or elliott.jones@idga.org
  • 3. PBL Contractor behavior NETWORKING & REFRESHMENT BREAK NETWORKING & REFRESHMENT BREAK Moving with Confidence into the new e-Supply Chain Environment Navy Success with PBL Rapid supply chain appraisals PBL at NAVICP Long-term organizational assessments and Why PBL Works strategic development PBL Partnerships Collaborative planning in the new e-supply Partnership Examples chain environment Performance of technical proofs of concepts Marine Corps Supply Chain Management: Improving DCMA: Ensuring the Right Product at the Right Time the ground equipment supply chain, ensuring effective at the Best Price and efficient support to the Warfighter Establishing an organization and command and Wholesale PEI & Sec Items Management control structure that enhances our effectiveness RIP Management Support Realigning into product divisions giving Garrison Supply Oversight customers a direct of contact for their needs Supplier Management LUNCH LUNCH NAVSUP/NAVICP Contract BCA Achieving balanced, effective, affordable supply chain o Decision Tool To Support Contract support through organic and outsourced resources: Award o Traditional Scenario Estimated Then Performance assessment and benchmarking Compared to Contract Proposal o NAVSUP BCA Process Represents Sourcing and privatization Subset of Overall Life Cycle BCA Transportation, distribution, and inventory Process management NETWORKING & REFRESHMENT BREAK NETWORKING & REFRESHMENT BREAK A fundamental re-assessment of supply chain SYSCOM Life Cycle BCA management o Programmatic Decision Tool o Independently Estimates Traditional Risks and PBL Scenarios over the Life Cycle Network design o Evaluates All Types of Funding Overall assessment of supply chain costs o Means to Determine Best Value END OF DAY ONE END OF DAY TWO Thursday 18 March 2010| Master Class This in-depth and interactive Focus Day will examine Developing a Tailored Product Support Strategy Moving Out Quickly with Performance-Based Selecting PBL Candidate(s) Management Training Assessing the Product Support Environment PBM is the process to align the DCMA vision, Determining Preferred Support Alternatives and focus employees on what drives the Obtaining PM Approval/Documenting PBL enterprise * For discussion purposes only * Not for public release * For inquiries, contact Elliott Jones, Program Director, at 212-885-2717 or elliott.jones@idga.org
  • 4. Strategy PBM is the Agency’s solution for achieving better customer outcomes END OF CONFERENCE * For discussion purposes only * Not for public release * For inquiries, contact Elliott Jones, Program Director, at 212-885-2717 or elliott.jones@idga.org

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