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  • 1. Supplier Operations Directorate Defense Supply Center Richmond DLA's Aviation Supply & Demand Chain Manager DLA's Aviation Supply & Demand Chain Manager
  • 2. Agenda
    • Mission
    • Demand & Supply Chain Structure
    • Aviation Supply Chain Organization Model
    • Aviation Supplier Operations DSCR
    • Aviation Detachment DSCP
    • Aviation Detachment DSCC
  • 3. Mission “ Improve DLA parts support for NSNs assigned to Aviation Supply Chain by performing inventory planning, procurement activities, and effectively managing suppliers”. Right Item, Right Time, Right Place, Right Price
  • 4. “ Demand” & “Supply” Chains Are Different Customer Operations: CRM Cell “Demand” Chains Supplier Operations: BSM “Supply” Chains Aviation Land Maritime Aviation Land Maritime Defined by DoDAAC’s Assignment as an Aviation, Land or Maritime Customer Defined by NSN’s Assignment to an Aviation, Land or Maritime Category by SSA, Certain FSCs and NAICS Code A CRM Cell Demand Chain Customer May Order an NSN in any of the BSM Supply Chain Business Units Richmond Columbus Columbus Richmond Columbus Columbus *DSCC *DSCR *DSCR *DSCP *DSCP *DSCP * Detachments Left Side Right Side
  • 5. Supply Chain Organization Model Supplier Operations Integrated Supply Teams Strategic Material Sourcing Group Supplier Support Integrated Supply Teams Supply planning, procurement, and tech/quality for items managed by the Supply Chain Strategic sourcing for items managed by the Supply Chain Shared services (e.g., Finance, T/Q for Supplier Operations units Direction of ISTs managing this Supply Chain’s items at other locations Detachments Supplier Operations: BSM “Supply” Chains Aviation Land Maritime Defined by NSN’s Assignment to an Aviation, Land or Maritime Category by SSA, Certain FSCs and NAICS Code Keep focus on accountability for obtaining customers’ requirements
  • 6. Aviation Supplier Operations FAU – Resource Support Office Chief: Cecelia Johnson Aviation Detachments DSCC & DSCP FAH – Engines & Airframes Division Chief: Steve Tuck FAJ – Chemicals/Rings/Shims/Spacers Division Chief: LTC Johnny Broughton Director: CAPT. S. P. Abramowicz, Jr Dep. Director: Mikal L. Brown Dep. Director: Janet F. Price FAA – OEM Division 2 Division Chief: Martha Tuck FAB – OEM Division 1 Division Chief: Teresa Smith FAC – OEM Division 3 Division Chief: Kathy Hammer-Wells FAK – Electrical & Cables Division Chief: Melissa Miles FAD – Airframes I Division Chief: LTC John Smith FAL – Instrumentation/Non NSN Division Chief: Alma Charles FAE – Airframes II Division Chief: Jeff Shields FAN – Mapping Division Division Chief: Dea Mitchem FAF – Airframes III Division Chief: Ann Poythress FAP – Industrial Plant Equipment Division Chief - Joe Davenport FAG – Strategic Material Sourcing Group Division Chief: Floyd Moore FAS – Supplier Support Division Division Chief: Deborah Arrington
  • 7. Aviation Supply Chain Profile $3,365M - FY07 Sales DSCP $534M 16% DSCC $515M 15% DSCR $2,315M 69% DOLLARS 1.24 Mil NSNs DSCR 603K 49% DSCC 329K 27% DSCP 302K 24% NSNs 4.780M – FY07 DSCR 1.801M 38% DSCC 531.4K 12% DSCP 2.446M 50% DEMANDS
  • 8. Teresa Smith, Martha Tuck, Kathy Hammer-Wells Original Manufacturer Divisions (OEM) FAA, FAB, FAC DLA's Aviation Supply & Demand Chain Manager
  • 9. Organizations FAB - OEM DIV 1 Teresa Smith, Division Chief Mindy Harding, Deputy Division Chief Sikorsky IST Angela Booker 10427 NSNs Textron/Bell Rob Baker 8996 NSNs Goodrich/Eaton Jan Matthews 14950 NSNs CCC/Meggitt ABS Maj. Willie Greene 1115 NSNs GE Aviation Systems/Moog/BAR Kathleen Gliebe 15532 NSNs FAA - OEM DIV 2 Martha Tuck, Division Chief General Electric IST Allie Zane 10,654 NSNs Honeywell IST Chris Hutnan 22,626 NSNs Pratt & Whitney/Rolls Royce IST Ron Tatem 9,268 NSNs PBL IST Michelle Mozzetti 1,034 NSNs Miscellaneous SSA IST (Future growth) Future SSA IST (Future growth) FAC - OEM DIV 3 Kathy Hammer-Wells, Division Chief Boeing IST Carl Allen 28,887 NSNs Lockheed Martin IST Kim Majetic 21,813 NSNs Parker Hannifin/ Northrop Grumman IST Maj. Glen Mingee 9,268 NSNs Hamilton Sundstrand IST Bill Holland 1,034 NSNs
  • 10. OEM Division 1
    • Sikorsky IST – Manages sole source Sikorsky spares in support of the H-3, H-53 and H-60 helicopter platforms
    • Textron/Bell IST – Manages sole source Bell Helicopter, HR Textron, and Cadillac Gage spares in support of the H-1 and OH-58 platforms
    • Goodrich/Eaton IST – Manages sole source Goodrich and Eaton Aerospace spares in support of a wide variety of aircraft platforms
    • Canadian Commercial Corporation/Meggitt Aircraft Braking System (CCC/ABS) IST – CCC manages sole source spares for 9 Canadian subcontractors for various aircraft platforms. ABS manages sole source spares to ABS for brakes and brake liners system components in support of various aircraft platforms.
    • GE Aviation Systems/Moog/BAE IST – Manages sole source spares across a wide variety of aircraft platforms.
    NSN’s Managed: 61,807 Active NSN’s: 20,310
  • 11. OEM Division 2
    • General Electric IST – Manages sole source GE spares in support of various military aviation engines such as the F110, F118, F404, J79, J85, T64, TF34 and the LM2500
    • Honeywell IST – Manages sole source Honeywell spares in support of a diversified line of aerospace products and services such as power generation systems, fibers and advanced materials
    • Pratt & Whitney/Rolls Royce IST – Manages sole source Pratt & Whitney and Rolls Royce spares. Pratt & Whitney supports the F100, TF33 and J52 engines. Rolls Royce supports the T56 and F402 engines
    • PBL IST – GE F404 PBL contract
    • Miscellaneous SSA IST/Future SSA IST – ISTs established but not work loaded at this time
    NSN’s Managed: 44,023 Active NSN’s: 13,818
  • 12. OEM Division 3
    • Boeing IST –Manages sole source Boeing spares. Major weapons systems supported are the AH-64 & CH-47 helicopters, F-15 & F/A-18 fighter aircraft, C-17 cargo aircraft, and KC-135 tanker aircraft.
    • Lockheed Martin IST – Manages sole source Lockheed Martin spares. Major weapons systems supported are the F-16 fighter aircraft, and C-5 & C-130 cargo aircraft.
    • Parker Hannifin/Northrop Grumman IST – Manages sole source Northrop Grumman and Parker Hannifin spares. Northrop Grumman supports major weapons systems such as the EA-6, E-2/C-2, B-2, F/A-18, T-38, and F-5. Parker Hannifin supports virtually every aircraft, from flight controls to hydraulics and fuel systems.
    • Hamilton Sundstrand IST – Manages sole source Hamilton Sundstrand spares to include power generating systems, gearboxes, shaft driven pumps, propellers, environmental control systems, subsystem controls, wing sweep actuation systems, and ice protection control systems.
    NSN’s Managed: 89,786 Active NSN’s: 21,325
  • 13. OEM Division - Challenges
    • Long Production Lead Times
    • Turn-Around Time For First Article Tests
    • Support For Aging Aircraft
    • Increased Ops Tempo Environment
    • Pricing and Placing Items on Long Term Contracts
    DLA's Aviation Supply & Demand Chain Manager
  • 14. FAD Airframes Division I Who we are… DLA's Aviation Supply & Demand Chain Manager LTC John L. Smith, Division Chief Margie Stevens, Deputy Division Chief Airframes I IST Roy Peay Airframes II IST (Vacant) Airframes III IST Karen Clements Supply Linda Jackson Procurement Arla Allen Tech/Quality Steve Severtson Procurement Steve Allgeier
  • 15. FAD Airframes Division I What we manage…
    • 1270 Aircraft Gunnery Fire Control Components (Helo)
    • 1280 Aircraft Bombing Fire Control Components (Helo)
    • Airframe Structural Components (Helo)
    • 1615 Helicopter Rotor Blades, Drive Mechanisms and Components
    • 1620 Aircraft Landing Gear Components (Helo)
    • 1630 Aircraft Wheel and Brake Systems (Helo)
    • 1640 Aircraft Control Cables (Helo)
    • 1650 Aircraft Hydraulic, Vacuum and De-icing System Components (Helo)
    • 1660 Aircraft Air Conditioning, Heating, and Pressurizing Equipment (Helo)
    • 1670 Parachutes and Aerial Pick Up, Delivery, Recovery Systems (ALSE)
    • 1680 Misc. Aircraft Accessories and Components (Helo)
    • Aircraft Ground Support Components
    • Space Vehicle Components
    • Space Vehicle Remote Control Systems
    • Space Vehicle Launchers
    • Space Vehicle Handling and Service Equipment
    • Space Survival Equipment
    • Tires and Tubes, Pneumatic Aircraft (Helo)
    • 4920 Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Shop Specialized Equipment
    NSN’s Managed: 41,034 Active NSN’s : 12,885
  • 16. FAE Airframes Division II Who we are… Jeff Shields, Division Chief Bob Zane, Deputy Division Chief Airframes IV Marty Wright Airframes V Greg Sansone Airframes VI (Vacant) Tech/Quality Randy Raymer Tech/Quality John Ferreira Procurement Randy Dortch Supply Susan Hare Procurement Velma Green Post Award Carl Hudson Procurement Melvin Croll DLA's Aviation Supply & Demand Chain Manager
  • 17. FAE AIRFRAMES II What we manage… 1560 Airframe Structural Components 1620 Aircraft Landing Gear Components 1630 Aircraft Wheel and Brake Systems 1640 Aircraft Control Cables 1650 Aircraft Hydraulic, Vacuum and Deicing System Components 1660 Aircraft Air Conditioning, Heating and Pressurizing Equipment 1680 Miscellaneous Aircraft and Space Vehicle Accessories and Components NSN’s Managed: 38,688 Active NSN’s : 19,649
  • 18. FAF Airframes Division III Who we are… Ann Poythress, Division Chief Airframes VIII Kent Ennis Airframes IX Clint Boshak Airframes X Michelle Turner-Walden Procurement Rebecca Robinson Supply Gail Oliver Procurement Allen Ellery Supply Lisa Wilson-Parker Tech/Quality Carl Puffenbarger Procurement Heather Ledford Tech/Quality Garnett Terry DLA's Aviation Supply & Demand Chain Manager
  • 19. FAF AIRFRAMES III 1270 Aircraft Gunnery Fire Control Components 1560 Airframe Structural Components 1620 Aircraft Landing Gear Components 1630 Aircraft Wheel and Brake Systems 1640 Aircraft Control Cables 1650 Aircraft Hydraulic, Vacuum and Deicing System Components 1660 Aircraft Air Conditioning, Heating and Pressurizing Equipment 1680 Miscellaneous Aircraft and Space Vehicle Accessories and Components NSN’s Managed: 57,556 Active NSN’s : 17,779
  • 20. FAH Engines Division Who we are… DLA's Aviation Supply & Demand Chain Manager Steve Tuck, Division Chief Engines I Donna Bowser Engines II Lena Miles Kitting Paula Padgett Tech/Quality Charles Davidson Procurement Ellen Steinmetz Procurement Mike Clubb Tech/Quality Tom Gentry Procurement Holly Simmons
  • 21.
    • Engine Components and Assemblies
    • NSN’s Managed: 24,297
    • Active NSN’s : 7,801
    FAH NSN’s MANAGED
  • 22. FAJ - POLS/Chemicals/Gases/Cylinders Who we are… Johnny Broughton, LTC, Division Chief Chemicals/Petroleum IST Patricia McMahon Gas/Cylinders/Misc Ernest Jeniolionis DLA's Aviation Supply & Demand Chain Manager
  • 23. FAJ - POLS / Chemicals / Gases / Cylinders What we do….
    • Product Line:
    • Chemicals, Packaged Petroleum, Cylinders, Industrial Compressed Gases, Ozone Depleting Substance, Pest Control Agents and Disinfectants.
    • Items Managed:
    • Total NSNs: 8,900 (663 High Frequency)
    • Average Monthly Orders: 21,615
    • Goals:
          • Integrated focus on workload
          • Build positive relationships under BSM
          • Maximize LTC coverage for HF NSNs
          • BRAC/Privatization Project
          • Best Value Logistics to support the Armed Forces
  • 24. FAK – Cables/Power/Electrical Components/Lighting Who we are…
    • Total Number of NSNs: 173,901
    • Total Number of Active NSNs: 35,769
    Melissa Miles, Division Chief Bennie DeProspero, Dep. Div Chief Electrical Components IST Deborah Wolfe Cables IST Janice Hicks Power IST Mike Burns Lighting IST Kimbra Covert
  • 25. FAK – Cables/Power/Electrical Components/Lighting What we manage… Cables (5995) Power (6150) Electrical (5970 and 5975) Misc. Hardware (5342) Chain and Wire Rope (1640 and 4010) Battery Retaining Fixtures and Liners (6160) Misc. Lighting – (6210, 6220, 6230, 6240, and 6350) Electric Power Distribution & Communications Cables Electrical Tape Navigational Lights Radio Television Sound & Radar Equipment Shipboard & Aircraft Alarms Misc. Lighting
  • 26. FAL Instrumentation and Non-NSN Division Who we are… DLA's Aviation Supply & Demand Chain Manager Alma Charles, Division Chief Hugh Tito, Dep. Division Chief Instrumentation I Janelle Allen Instrumentation II Troy Thomas Spec. Purchase/New Item Gail Gary Bushings/Rings/Shims/Spacers Barbretta Olanrewaju Supply Chain Points of Contact (SCPOCs)
  • 27. Instrumentation & Non-NSN Division What We Manage .….
    • NSNs – 140,851
    • Active NSNs – 32, 367
    • Product Line
        • Instrumentation (FSC 6600s) – 23,154 NSNs
        • Weapon System Hardware (FSC 5342) – 27,990 NSNs
        • Chain and Wire Rope (FSCs 1640 & 4010) – 5,972 NSNs
        • Bushings, Rings, Shims, Spacers (FSC 5365) – 75,541 NSNs
        • More …
          • Manage NSNs in 142 Different FSCs
          • Battery Retaining Fixtures, Liners (FSC 6160)
          • Electrical Hardware, Insulators (FSCs 5970 & 5975)
  • 28. FAG Strategic Material Sourcing Group (SMSG) Who we are… SMSG Mission To develop and execute optimal sourcing strategies and examine the effectiveness of existing sourcing approaches. DLA's Aviation Supply & Demand Chain Manager Floyd A. Moore, Jr., Division Chief Special Acquisition Susan Perkins Strategic Sourcing Alok Upadhyaya Special Projects Cindy Lantz Industrial Preparedness Joie Coppedge Supplier Relationship Management Carol Martin
  • 29. SMSG Definition
    • Strategic Material Sourcing Groups (SMSGs) are BSM organizational units with responsibility for developing Supply Chain execution strategy
    • SMSGs:
      • Examine the effectiveness of current sourcing approaches, in terms of their ability to meet customer demand requirements and internal DLA goals
      • Identify optimal sourcing strategies for groups of items in their Supply Chain
      • Provide a strategic approach to managing supplier relationships
    • Primary acquisition methods
    • Corporate Contracts
    • Commodity Focused Efforts
    • Performance Based Logistics
  • 30. SMSG Key Functions Contingency Planning Special Acquisitions Strategic Material Sourcing Supplier Collaboration Develop/ implement recommended sourcing strategies based on analysis of customer, product, and supplier Identify candidate items and suppliers, develop collaboration strategies, and measure success of collaborative arrangements Identify surge and sustainment requirements and ensure appropriate contracting vehicles are in place Develops and delivers strategic LTCs (Long term Contracts) and specialized acquisitions in support of the aviation supply chain Special Projects Provides senior level contracting support to PBLs and other unique acquisition initiatives
  • 31. FAS Supplier Support Division Who we are… DLA's Aviation Supply & Demand Chain Manager Deborah Arrington, Division Chief PACE 2 nd Look – Pre-Award Branch Karen Ledgerwood PACE 2nd Look – Post Award Branch Barbara Johnson Resolution Specialist Branch 1 Janice Allen Resolution Specialist Branch 2 Helen McFadden Packaging Branch Lee Watkins Emergency Contracting Branch Debra Call
  • 32.
    • Evaluate and award PACE ( Procurement Automated Contract Evaluation)
    • 2 nd Look buys
    • Resolve requisition receipt and inventory discrepancies
    • Develop and input packaging requirements and resolve packaging discrepancies
    • Performs Contract Administration
    • Fraud Waste and Abuse Office
    • CM/UPS Program (Counterfeit Material Unauthorized Product Substitution)
    • Monitor the DCRL (Defense Contractor Review List)
    • Receive, issue, and store procurement award transactions
    • Oversee Bid Custodian functions
    • Proactive/Reactive Support for Hi-Pri Requirements – focus is downed aircraft, deployments & contingency support
    • Provides forward presence buyer at CCAD for DLA
    FAS Supplier Support Division What we do…
  • 33. FAP Industrial Plant Equipment Services Who we are… DLA's Aviation Supply & Demand Chain Manager Joe Davenport, Division Chief Customer Relationship Management Branch Supplier Relationship Management Branch Mechanicsburg Production Branch
  • 34. Maintenance Services Rebuild / Manufacture Installation / Relocation Specified Maintenance Repair Retrofit Preventive Maintenance Mission: Provide Support for All Metal Working Equipment Required To Design, Build And Maintain Weapons, Aircraft, Missiles, Ships, Tanks And Other Material In Support Of The Defense Effort
  • 35. Acquisition Services
      • DSCR acquisition services include:
        • Market Research.
        • Development of Purchase Description for solicitation.
        • Full contracting service including pre/post award conferences.
        • Comprehensive Quality Assurance services for acceptance testing and administering warranty.
  • 36. FAN Mapping Customer Operations Who we are… Dea Mitchem, Division Chief Inventory Management Branch Kevin Bettis Customer Account Branch Ellen Williams Weapon Systems Support Branch Marian Hunter
  • 37. FAN Mapping Customer Operations What we do…
    • Supply chain manager for 70,000 maps, charts, CDs, DVDs and publications
    • Provide aeronautical, hydrographic, topographic, and digital support to customers worldwide. Collaborate with National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) for forecasting requirements and vendor performance.
    • Establish customer accounts and maintain account integrity for a 6,916 customer base.
    • Liaison to outside agencies and provides education to customer base.
    • Average Monthly Demands: 67,509
    • Average Monthly Quantities: 584,928
    • FSC 7641 Aeronautical FSC 7642 Hydrographic
    • FSC 7643 Topographic FSC 7644 Digital
  • 38. DSCC Aviation Detachment Structure Strategic Division D / DD DSCC Aviation Detachment at DSCC Director / Deputy Director Power Transmission IST Mechanical and Electronics IST DSO Aviation Supplier Support Division Tactical Division SSA IST Branch 1 Strategic Material Sourcing Group D / DD DSCR SSA IST Branch 2 Post Award Branch Other Shared Services Corporate Contracts Branch LTC Branch
  • 39. Tactical Division FSCs 1400 Guided Missile Components 2830 Water Turbines & Wheels 2895 Miscellaneous Engine and Components 3010 Torque Converters 3020 Gears, Pulleys, Sprockets & Transmission Chains 3040 Power Transmission Components 4030 Fittings for Ropes, Cables & Chains 5800 Communication Equipment
  • 40. Columbus Detachment Support to all services for fixed wing and rotary weapons systems Support for wide range of vehicles through management of power transmission and components. Support to ground troops through management of communication equipment, including night vision equipment
  • 41. Integrated Product Support Prime Vendor (IPV) Program Neil Kovnat Director, Aviation Detachment Defense Supply Center Philadelphia
  • 42. Overview
    • Purpose - maintain on-site inventory of consumable items to support production
    • Supply chain integration - commercial, DLA inventory & strategic sources, and retail stock
    • Items - customer defined & product description per NSN
    • “ Push system” - approved/prescribed bins and levels
    • Spot buys - essential & non-recurring
    • Information - accountability & control
    • Flexibility – support the mission
  • 43. Aviation IPV Projects Acquisition Contractor Term NI / CP / JAX (Gen II) SAIC (SPM500-04-DBP13) Oct 04 - Sept 09 (3-2-2-3) OO / OC / WR (Gen II) LM (SPM40-06-DBP01) Dec 05 – Dec 08 (3-2-2-3) ALC IPV Navy IPV $70.1M 21.0M 19.0M 30.1M $22.0M 11.8M 7.6M 2.6M DLA $ 99.7% 25.3M 6.3M 113,938 44,874 Ogden 99.9% 7.4M 4.8M 28,153 13,428 FRC-Southwest 99.7% 14.8M 7.2M 35,165 17,319 FRC-East 99.8% 19.8M 8.0M 29,468 16,704 FRC-Southeast 99.5% $101.5M $31.4M 298,651 119,075 Totals 99.4% 33.8M 12.8M 95,546 42,404 Warner Robins 99.6% 42.4M 12.3M 89,167 31,797 Oklahoma City 99.8% $42.0M $20.0M 92,786 47,451 Totals Fill Rate % Total Annual $ Commercial $ # of Bins # of Items
  • 44. Performance Metrics
    • Number of empty bins
    • Bin Fill Rate
    • Bin Wait Time (BWT)
    • Customer Wait Time (CWT)
    • Kit Wait Time (KWT)
    • Work stops
  • 45. Sourcing Requirements (NSNs & AQs) Sourcing Model Best Value Pricing Evaluation Commercial Quotes ON CONTRACT DLA Sourced ON CONTRACT Commercial Sourced Integrator No Yes No Filter Retail stock DLA contract DLA inventory CSI item
  • 46. Features
    • Material management activities
      • Dedicated on-site staff focused on maintaining inventory in bins
      • Direct engagement with production operations/personnel
      • Bin scan/inspection frequency
      • Bin sizes & quantities set to match consumption with ALT & PLT
      • Investment strategies - high-risk/never-out items
    • Heightened management activities
      • Reactive - local support for problem items/work-stops
      • Proactive - supportability analysis to identify potential work-stops & spot buys initiated to fill gaps
  • 47. Features (continued)
    • Risk mitigation - buy back provision providing IPV contractor confidence to invest in supply chain
    • Role of CORs - liaison between production, contractor and Contracting Officer
    • Dedicated Program Management teams
  • 48. Summary
    • Relationships are crucial to success
    • Demand fluctuations come with the territory – communication is crucial
    • Forecasting affects customers and suppliers alike…
    • Smart Investing to increase first pass availability….