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The Sewing Capabilities Of Kyloc

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  • Troop Support Update November 14, 2003 Marine Corps / DLA Day
  • Agenda
    • Overview of Supply Chains
      • Cost Recovery Rate
      • Performance Metric
    • Subsistence
      • Business Profile
      • Performance Metrics
      • Common Food Management System
    • Medical
      • Business Profile
      • Medical Performance Metrics
      • CSART Finding
    • Clothing & Textiles
      • Business Profile
      • Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform Status
      • Best Practices
    • Construction
      • Business Profile
      • Initiatives
  • Troop & General Support DSCP Supply Chains
    • Food Service
    • Produce
    • Operational Rations
    • Kitchen Equipment &
    • Supplies
    • Recruit Clothing
    • Organizational Clothing & Individual Equipment
    • Pharmaceutical
    • Medical/Surgical
    • Equipment
    • Facilities Maintenance
    • Equipment
    SUBSISTENCE CLASS I CLOTHING & TEXTILE CLASS II Construction & Barrier Materiel Class IV $247M in Sales $124M in Sales $65M in Sales $49.5M in Sales MEDICAL CLASS VIII Average Customer Wait Time is 6 Days 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • Subsistence 6
  • FY03 Subsistence Sales Marine Corps Operational Rations $157.8M $247M Food Service $79.6M Produce $9.4M
  • Directorate of Subsistence Prime Vendor Fill Rates Sep 2003 Europe TWI (north) Ebrex (south) Middle East BMMI (Bahrain) Seven Seas (UAE) Pacific FSA (Alaska) Sysco (Alaska) Coastal Pacific (Japan) FSI (Okinawa) Quality Foods (Guam) USFI (Korea) Y Hatta (Hawaii) CONUS Northeast Southeast Central West Ships 98% or above 97-90% below 90%
  • OIF Theater Distribution Center Executive Agent (EA) in Practice
    • PWC - Subsistence Prime Vendor in Kuwait, acting as Subsistence Theater Distribution Center for OIF support
    • Supporting both dining facilities and field feeding
    • Military convoy mandated
    • Subsistence Distribution Center (SDC) planned in Anaconda, Iraq
    • Full range of subsistence (FF&V, dairy, rations, supplements, market ready, water, holiday items, etc.)
    • Transition to all prime vendor anticipated next 3 to 4 months
    PWC Subsistence Prime Vendor Tiger Team in theater! SDC
  • Unitized B rations
    • USMC hot, prepared meal
      • UGR A not viable due to refrigeration requirements
      • Equipment conflicts with Marine Corps on the move mission
    • Military unique entrée – freeze dehydrated meat
      • USMC only user
      • One commercial supplier of entrée
      • Efforts underway to contain more commercial components
    • Changing from 100 person configuration to 50 person SBCCOM, DSCP and HQ USMC working on getting more commercial, 50 person configuration fielded in FY04
    $5.6M $11M $8.4M Sales @ Standard projected
  • DoD Approved Ordering System Subsistence Total Order & Receipt Electronic System (STORES) Six Service Systems Army • Air Force (2) • Navy (2) • Marine Corps Plus… Hospitals • Child Care • Other Non DoD STORES Catalogs • Orders • Receipts DAASC VAN DSCP DFAS Suppliers Prime Vendor Market Ready DSO (produce) DSCP (rations)
  • Common Food Management System (CFMS)
    • Services agree to develop one common web-based system tied to the Subsistence Total Order & Receipt Electronic System (STORES) and BSM to replace existing Service systems
    • Moving to replace STORES with STORES Web
    • DLA supports CFMS and has approved funding FY04 thru FY09
    • Deployment scheduled FY05 thru FY08
  • Medical 13
          • Depot NSNs $18,869,528
          • Direct Vendor Delivery 8,780,832
          • Prime Vendor 13,888,888
          • Equipment 5,247,445
          • ECAT 1,969,903
          • Vendor Managed Inventory 708,328
    DSCP Medical Support to Marine Corps $49.5M in FY03
    • USMC Contingency Materiel Investment
      • Invested $425K in Marine Corps Funding Vendor Managed Inventory Program:
        • Gain access to 170 lines of Pharmaceutical items valued at $2.9M + 184 lines of Medical/Surgical product valued at $900,000
  • Medical Materiel Prime Vendor Fill Rates Sep 2003 Europe Pharm Med/Surg SWA QATAR Pacific Alaska Hawaii PAC CONUS Northeast Northwest MidAtlantic * Southeast Gulfsouth Heartland Southwest Central 1 Central 2 National Capital Southern California ** Golden Gate >/=95% Pharm >/=90% Med/Surg * Camp Le Jeune… 92% Med/Surg, 95.2% Pharm ** Camp Pendleton…92% Med/Surg, 99.3% Pharm 15
  • Deployment Activation USNS Comfort
      • Initial Deployment
        • Requisitions – 5,302 total, 1,633 planned, 30% planned overall
        • 3 ½ working days to complete
        • 500 pallets on-board when ship sailed
        • Project closed out at 99% fill
  • Combat Support Agency Review Team Medical Finding
    • Finding
      • “ Exclusive reliance upon medical prime vendor suppliers increases the risks of not meeting surge requirements for a large-scale contingency.”
    • Recommendations
      • Execute a medical exercise to test PV surge capability
      • Develop broad scope medical PV contracts
      • Submit a by exception Joint Quarterly Readiness Review (JQRR) identifying medical PV risks
    • Evaluation
      • DLA contracted with Logistics Management Institute (LMI) to execute the surge capability test. LMI studied the results of Operations Enduring Freedom (OEF) and Iraqi Freedom (OIF)
    • CSART Recommendation 1
      • Execute a PV surge test
      • LMI Assessment: PVs passed the OEF/OIF test
        • Commercial partners met requirements
    • CSART Recommendation 2
      • Develop broad scope PV contracts
      • LMI Assessment: Commercial support is a strength not weakness
      • DSCP established broad scope contracts since the mid 80’s (burn cream)
      • Warstopper funding – key enabler since early 90’s
      • Medical Contingency file – information system enabler, late 90’s, key to capturing Service requirements
    Combat Support Agency Review Team Medical Finding (Con’t)
    • CSART Recommendation 3
      • Submit By-Exception JQRR
      • LMI Assessment: Gaps exist in the supply chain—not performance/supply availability
    • Medical Directorate discussed CSART in Joint Quarterly Readiness Review October 2003
      • Gaps are requirement determinations by Services and in the transportation pipeline, not PV performance
      • The solution to Combatant Command concerns will require establishment of clear operational roles, responsibilities and relationships; effective program management; interoperable information systems; and accountability for performance – Class VIII Executive Agent
    Combat Support Agency Review Team Medical Finding (Con’t)
  • Clothing & Textiles 20
    • Recruit Clothing: $60M
      • Examples:
          • Boots $18M
          • Dress Coats $8M
          • Dress Shirts $4M
    • Organizational Gear: $36M
      • Examples:
          • Cold Weather Gear $9M
          • Helmets $5M
          • Sleeping Bag System $3M
    • Readiness Items: $28M
      • Examples:
          • Tentage $20M
          • JSLIST $8M
          • Chem Glove $3M
    CLOTHING & TEXTILES SUPPORT TO THE MARINE CORPS The C&T Team Meets regularly With the USMC PM to Coordinate Delivery and Item information
  • Clothing & Textiles Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform (MCCUU )
    • USMC awarded contracts for manufacture and distribution of new camouflage uniform in JUL 01
      • DSCP participated in the Source Selection Process
    • Aug 2003 – USMC decided to transfer management of the MCCUU to DLA
    • Initial meeting with MC to discuss transition – Aug 19, 2003
    • Transition date based on Logistic Reassignment Process – Dec 1, 2003
    • DLA will assume administration of current contracts 1 Dec 2003 and capitalize approximately $8M in inventory
  • Clothing & Textiles Retail Integration Recruit Center Initiatives
    • DLA owns 100% USMC Recruit Center inventories
      • DLA-owned stock stored at each site
      • Inventory levels set by USMC-DLA cooperative effort
      • USMC billed only when recruit takes possession of clothing
    • DLA-Apparel Research Network funds $21M for Program
      • Covers the Recruit Centers for all Services
      • Includes the software to handle the inventory
      • Body scanner currently in use at both sites
      • Support to automate the clothing issue record
    CWT reduced to 0 days – Stock is available when needed! USMC $10M Retail Inventory Reduction
  • When Cammies return to DLA, Can take advantage of The sewing capabilities of KYLOC
    • Supporting: Savings
      • Entire Army Guard - 362K Guardsmen $10M/year*
      • USMC Reserves - 40K reservists $300K/year*
      • Navy Reserves - 93K reservists $2M/year*
      • Seabees - 24K personnel $200K/year*
      • Amphibs - 3K $60K/year*
      • Currently expanding to Air Reserve
      • *Savings to ordering organization
    Virtual Prime Vendor Kentucky LOC DSCP managed Tailored Logistics Package
    • The Kentucky Logistics Operation Center (KYLOC):
    • Acts as DSCP’s subcontractor
    • DSCP pushes stock to KYLOC warehouse
    • Customers order via web, email, phone, fax
    • Patches and name tags are sewn on
    • Orders are kitted /shipped direct to customer
    • KYLOC electronically tied to DSCP
  • Best Practices - www.warfighter.net “ Regarding warfighter.net, due to limited size of Uniform Center at MCAS Miramar, we order small quantities on frequent basis. Service provided is excellent, mdse arrives in timely manner and we have very few problems with quality, quantity and billing.” USMC, MCAS Manager .
    • Web based technology similar to commercial sites
    • Uses MILSTRIP or credit card
    • View digitized photos; get points of contact
    • Search by NSN, description, key word, Mil-Spec #
    • Submit and track Discrepancy Reports (RODS) on line
    • 24 hour on-line availability
      • Place Orders
      • Check Stock / Get Status Track Delivery
      • USMC Junior ROTC Market Basket
    Camp Doha = $2M JR ROTC = $2.3M 25
  • Construction & Barrier Materiel 26
  • DSCP Construction Materiel Equipment Support to Marine Corps $65.4M $47.6M Total $2.2M $0.4M Cots $8.1M $1.8M Barrier Material $44.1M $40.8M MRO $4.4M $2.0M Containers $6.6M $2.6M Lumber FY 03 FY 02 Major Programs
  • Participating Customers, By Service
    • All CONUS awarded as of 6/98
    • Japan/Okinawa awarded 3/99
    • Korea awarded 8/99
    • Germany - awarded 7/00
    • SWA – C2 Awarded 9/03
    • SWA – Long Term Contract anticipated award Nov 2003
    MRO Sales (in M’s) MRO Materials PV Program Status 393 Customers + SWA 52.7% of Business is with Small Businesses 28 Europe Region Pacific Region Hawaiian Region Alaska Region Northwest Region Southwest Region North Central Region South Central Region Southeast Region Northeast Region SupplyCorp Graybar Universal Procurenet Theodor Willie Intergraded SupplyCorp Supply Corp Procurenet Procurenet Procurenet Procurenet Graybar Graybar Graybar Procurenet Graybar Graybar
    • DSCP tasked to obtain large USMC Class IV bill of materiel
    • DSCP prime vendors (lumber, metals, MRO) obtained 98% of required materiel within two weeks
    • Transportation bookings completed within one week
    • Part of requirement satisfied by forward positioned materiel
    • Transportation challenged items (concrete barriers, crushed stone, aggregate & cement) procured in theater by DSCP
    • Challenges in transportation process delayed receipt of materiel by the 1MEF
    Class IV Issues
    • Requirements need to be accurately defined and funded within acquisition and transportation lead- times
    • For ward positioning of materiel in AOR is invaluable
      • Deliberate planning between DLA and Services is a must to ensure proper mix and quantity of materiel
    • Estimated transportation lead-times need to accurately reflect all variables that delay the process
    • Critical requirements need to be reflected in Time Phased Force Deployment Data (TPFDD)
      • Class IV often a lower priority
    Class IV Lessons Observed
    • DLA/SEABEE working group established
      • Identify key issues regarding Seabee/I MEF support
      • Focus on timeline and process models
    • Developing Performance Based Agreement
    • DSCP identified as single point of entry for Class IV
    Class IV The Way Ahead
  • What We Want to Leave You With Our Goal: A cohesive, responsive supply chain able to provide innovative logistics solutions
    • Services
    • Split & Combined Deliveries
    • Retail Management
    • Information Technology Solutions
    • Commercial Asset Visibility
    • Collaborative Requirements
    • Determination
    • Readiness
    • Worldwide Distribution Capabilities
    • Emergency Response
    • Forward Presence / Prepositioning
    • PV Surge / Sustainment
    • DLA Investments
    • Vendor Managed Inventory
    • Warstopper Funding
    • Industrial Base Management
    • Leveraged Buying
    • Research and Development
    • Logistics Support
    • Innovative Programs
    • Web Based Ordering
    • 3PL Arrangements
    • Stock Positioning
  • Troop Support Any Questions ? 33