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This briefing by Major Brian Spooner, HQ USMC, discusses how the USMC is using UID and implementing their approach. The brief highlights lessons learned.

This briefing by Major Brian Spooner, HQ USMC, discusses how the USMC is using UID and implementing their approach. The brief highlights lessons learned.


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  • 1. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Major Brian Spooner Mr. Rick Triviso HQ, USMC Marine Corps Systems CommandInstallations & Logistics (I&L) Product Group 09Life Cycle Management Center Operational Forces Systems
  • 2. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida USMC Enterprise Approach PM Led Approach Wasn’t Working  PMs Main Effort is Equipping the Warfighter to Win  Inconsistent Approach to IUID Across Programs “Monthly” Working Group Established – August 2007  Membership Across Functions & Organizations  Enables:  Economies of Scale For Active Marking Campaign  Synchronize IUID Policies, Plans & Initiatives  Reduced Burden on PMs  Enterprise Impact Beyond Individual PMs Authority  Established IUID “Nodes” Transition to USMC IUID Program of Record 2
  • 3. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Implementation Strategy Identify Items to be IUID Marked  Translate DoD Criteria to USMC AIS Policy IUID Marking  New Acquisitions, i.e., DFARs  Legacy Marking, i.e., “Seek & Apply” and “Opportunity & Apply” Employing the UIIs  Global Combat Service Support – Marine Corps (GCSS-MC) 3
  • 4. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida End State Improved Total Life Cycle Management (TLCM) of Marine Corps Equipment via IUID:  Property Accountability  Positive Inventory Control  Product Lifecycle Management  Sense and Respond Logistics (S&RL)  Serialized Item Management (SIM)  Condition Based Maintenance Plus (CBM+)  Product Data Management (PDM)  TLCM Modeling and Simulation  Financial Accountability 4
  • 5. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Supporting Transformation Net CentricWarfighting Operations &Capabilities WarfareHighly Integrated Sense &Equipment Total Life Cycle RespondManagement Management LogisticsIUID Value Product Property Intensive ItemStreams Lifecycle Accountability Management Management LogisticsIUID Basic Sustainment IUID Data IUID Marking ChainProcesses Node Marking Management Instructions Marking 5
  • 6. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida USMC Legacy Strategy - Nodes Logistics Command (LOGCOM) UII added to Data Plate or in Vicinity  Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) - Albany & Barstow  Depot Level Maintenance Program .1875 TRUCK,UTILITY: ARMT CARR, W/SA, 1 1/4 TON, 4 X4, W/E M1043A2 o Master Work Schedule (MWS) - - MFR - AM GENERAL o SOW Stimulated - - 2320 - 01 - 380 - 8213 - 7210 LBS  Message – CMC/DCL/LPC DTG 081315Z Apr - - 3090 LBS 10300 LBS  Fleet Support Division (FSD), FY11 - - UID U.S. PROPERTY  Blount Island Command  Maritime Prepositioned Forces (Ship Rotations) OR  Marine Corps Preposition Program Norway (MCPP-N), FY12 .1875 TRUCK,UTILITY: ARMT CARR, W/SA, 1 1/4 TON, 4 X4, W/E M1043A2 Marine Corps Systems Command & Marine Forces - - MFR - AM GENERAL -  “Seek & Apply” - - 2320 - 01 - 380 - 8213 7210 LBS - 3090 LBS  Mobile Marking Teams - - 10300 LBS UID -  IUID Site Managers (ISMs), aka FSRs U.S. PROPERTY  UIDs Placed in the Vicinity of the Data Plate  “Seek and Validate”  OEM Marks  Capture UII into USMC Temporary Data Storage (TDS), Migration of UIIs to GCSS-MC 6
  • 7. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Blount Island Command IUID Marking Approach  Blank Labels  Two (2) IUID Integrated Marking Carts (IMCs)  Application  Per Marking Instruction or Message, i.e., below, above, left or right of data plate o No impact to form, fit or function Opportunity & Apply Based On:  Ship Rotation & Schedule  Maintenance Cycle Local UII Usage  MAGTF (Marine Air-Ground Task Force) Deployment Support System, Version 2 (MDSS II)  Marine Corps Prepositioning Information Center (MCPIC)  Integrating Placement & Registration of Identified Materials & Equipment (IPRIME) 7
  • 8. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Background, USMC Challenge & Action Background – Department of Defense  OEM UID Marks required (2006) by DFARS Clauses 211.274 & 252.211-7003  DoD Policy Memorandum for IUID, December 2008  31 Dec 2010 – All Class VII in DoD inventory must be UII Registered  31 Dec 2015 – All Class IX in DoD inventory must be UII Registered USMC Challenge  DoD IUID Effort is an “Unfunded” Mandate - Funding  Contracting Mechanisms/Efforts  Marine Corps Systems Command , Commercial Enterprise Omnibus Support Services (CEOss)  Mark and Register all Class VII, i.e., Principal End Items, NLT 31 Dec 2010 Action – USMC/Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC)  Feb 2008 - HQMC, DC I&L (LPC) funds IUID Legacy efforts to Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC), Operational Forces Systems (PG09)  Feb 2009 – Naval MSG/CMC, Identifies PG09 as the primary responsible POC for IUID Legacy Ground Equipment Marking Program  Support/Migration to Global Combat Support System – Marine Corps (GCSS-MC) 8
  • 9. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Marine Corps IUID Legacy Approach IUID Candidacy Analysis UID Candidates  DoD Criteria  Phase 1 - Mission Essential, FY9  Phase 2 - Controlled Items, FY10  Phase 3 - SIM/>$5K/PM, FY11  Disposal Dates  OEM Mark, per DFARS 9
  • 10. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Marine Corps IUID Legacy Approach Pedigree Data CollectionPedigree Data Collection IUID Data Element Legacy and/or IUID Data Elements Financial Data Elements UII NSN Contract Type UID Type Contract Number (PIIN)  DoD/Registry Criteria TAMCN Issuing Agency Code USMC Nomenclature Prime Contractor ID CAGE Enterprise Identifier Prime Contractor ID DUNS Model Name / Number Enterprise Serial Number Item Description  GCSS-MC Requirements Manufacturer Code Original Part Number BAC Manufacturer ID Mark Set BLI USMC Serial Number Content Type RCN  Financial Data Mark Value OEM Serial Number GD Serial Number SIC Bagged or Tagged Code OCC WAWF Serial Number Marker Code SDN  Temporary Data Storage (TDS) Marker ID Batch / Lot Number Current Part Number Effective Date LOA Medium Type ACRN Current Part Number SPIIN Mark Effective Date UII Label Unit of Measure CLIN End of Life Date Acquisition Cost PEI Acceptance Location Product Group / PM Acceptance Date POC Foreign Currency Code POC Phone Current Acquisition Value Additional Information Parent UII Custody DODAAC Custody Location Name 10
  • 11. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Marine Corps IUID Legacy Approach Engineering Analysis Process Identify Existing Drawings or ECPs Leverage Data Plate – Label Right, Left, Bottom or Top Conduct Engineering Analysis  Coordinate with PM Systems Engineer  Identify Environmental Conditions  Determine Location  Identify Surface Material  UII Label Size, Materiel & Adhesive Develop “Draft” Marking Instruction PM Approval Validate Process, i.e., Test & Evaluation Publish Validated Marking Instructions 11
  • 12. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida Marine Corps IUID Legacy Approach “Seek & Apply” Seek & Apply  Mobile Marking Teams (MMTs)  Integrated Marking Carts (IMCs)  USMC Temporary Data Storage (TDS)/DoD Registry  IUID Site Managers (ISMs) 12
  • 13. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida MCSC IUID Legacy “Seek & Apply” ProcessStep 1. UII Candidacy Process Step 2. Pedigree Data Collection Step 3. Engineering Analysis Step 4. Marking Instruction Development 1. Collect Data 1. Conduct Analysis 1. Develop MI 1. Disposal Date 2. Determine mark location 2. PM Approval 2. Review & Finalize 2. DoD Criteria 3. Determine Label Type 3. Deliver Data to Engineer 3. Upload MI to SharePoint 3. OEM Marking 4. Determine Adhesive Type & TDS Teams 4. Conduct CM of MIs Step 5. Determine Equipment Quantity Step 6. Equipment location and Step 7. Label Development & Printing 1. Query MERIT 1. Apply inventory information to and Location serial number validation 2. Download equipment qty 1. Provide general equipment logistical information. 3. Download units information to MMTs. 2. QA applied to Data through TDS. 4. Sort equipment according to 2. MMTs inventory owning unit 3. TDS reconciliation. owning unit and location equipment to validate serial 4. Use mobile marking cart to produce 5. Develop equipment numbers, quantities, and UII labels. quantities/location file. locations. 5. Sort labels according to locations and 6. Procure blank labels. equipment types. Step 8. Mark Equipment per MIs Step 9. Scan Marked Equipment Step 10. Upload to DoD Registry 1. Scan applied IUID Labels. 1. Send TDS upload to DoD Registry. 1. Validate serial number/NSN of 2. Seek and validate OEM Marks. 2. Confirm Receipt. new label against equipment. 3. Download Scan reports/data. 3. DoD Registry Accepts & Approves. 2. Clean equipment surface. 4. Provide scan downloads to TDS. 4. Confirm DoD Registry Approval. 3. Apply IUID label to equipment. 5. TDS applies QA to data. Revision 3 – 16 Aug 2010 13
  • 14. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida MCSC IUID Legacy Phased Approach Mission Essential Phase I (MEP-I), FY09 (Note: Mission Essential)  Scope  Class VII: 162 NSNs, ~70,000 PEIs  Class IX: ~500,000 Assemblies/Sub-Assemblies, i.e., SECREPs Marine Corps IUID Legacy Phase 2 (MCI-LP2), FY10 (Note: Controlled Items)  Scope  Class II & VII: 340 NSNs, ~396,000 PEIs  Class IX: TBD Marine Corps IUID Legacy Phase 3 (MCI-LP3), FY11 (Note: SIM/>$5K/PM)  Scope: TBD 14
  • 15. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida MCSC IUID LegacyMEP-I Marking Status (CL VII) 15
  • 16. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida MCSC IUID LegacyMCI-LP2 Marking Status (CL VII) FY11 Status as of 16 August 2010 16
  • 17. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, FloridaIUID Legacy Ground Equipment Legacy TDS Record Status 17
  • 18. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida USMC IUID Legacy Marking LocationsI MEF II MEF III MEF III MEF 18
  • 19. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, FloridaMobile Marking Movement Plan (Notional) - Reserves
  • 20. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, FloridaUSMC IUID Legacy Efforts Notional Schedule 20
  • 21. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida USMC IUID Legacy Efforts Lessons Learned Data System Integrity - Issues  Pedigree Data Collection Sources  Total Force Structure Management Systems (TFSMS)  Marine Corps Equipment Readiness Information Tool (MERIT)  Haystack & FEDLOG  Program Management Office  Inventory Data Sources - Onsite  Consolidated Memorandum Receipt (CMR) Accuracy  Equipment Data Plate  Data Discrepancies  Additional Equipment  Serial Number/Part Number  Characters: o Blank Spaces o Characters not matching, i.e., Periods, Dashes & Slashes Data System Integrity – Solutions  Employ Rigorous Inventory Process  QA/QC Embedded Throughout Process  Close Unit Coordination  Proactive Discrepancy Reporting Process – All Stakeholders 21
  • 22. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida USMC IUID Legacy Efforts Lessons Learned Equipment Availability – Issues  Tactical Exercise Employment Program (TEEP) Schedule  Deployments / Exercises  Unit Availability Equipment Availability – Solutions  Flexible Movement Plans - Adjustments  Effective Unit Coordination  Integrated Approach, i.e. Inventory and/or Marking 22
  • 23. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida USMC IUID Legacy Efforts Lessons Learned Integrated Marking Carts (IMCs)  Hardware  Learning Curve  Software  Data Uploads/Exports  Label Production Pre-Printed vs Blank Labels  III MEF Objective: 80/20%; Actual: 70/30%  II MEF Objective: 70/30%; Actual: 60/40%  I MEF Objective: 60/40%; Actual:40/60% “Construct 2” meet USMC “Serial Number” Data Requirements  More Important to Validate & Cleanse Data for Accountability  Data System Integrity 23
  • 24. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida USMC IUID Legacy Efforts Key to Success! Communication & Protocol  Upfront Coordination with Program Managers  IUID Status Briefs  Validation & Quality Assurance  Protocol with USMC Major Commands  Formal Naval Messages  In-Briefs & Outbriefs Conducted at Commander Marine Forces (COMMARFOR)/Marine Expeditionary Forces (MEF)  Letters of Instruction (LOIs) by MEF & Unit Level 24
  • 25. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, Florida USMC IUID Legacy Efforts Acknowledgements GDIT/Claxton Logistics  Key Development & Implementation of Legacy Marking Processes  Firmly Established Core Marking Team Dispersed Geographically  Marking Instructions Developed & Maintained, ~700  Maintains USMC IUID Temporary Data Storage (TDS) US Air Force, EBS  Pre-Printed & Blank Labels – III MEF Execution Camcode/Horizons, Inc.  Tactical & Blank Labels, Cataloging A2B  Integrated Marking Carts (24 IMCs)  Scanners  Software Support  Training 25
  • 26. 7-9 September 2010 Hilton Orlando – Orlando, FloridaUSMC IUID Legacy Efforts Questions? 26