NASA Project Management       Challenge            Mr. John H. James, Jr.              Executive Director            Logis...
Who We Are                                                                                                                ...
Products           3
Who We HireU. S. Citizens with BS/MS/PhD in the following areas:                Main Disciplines                        Ot...
Career Paths• Project & program management   – Leadership through management of a particular project     or program• Line ...
Percent of Civilian Workforce                                                                                           Pe...
Experience Matters  Design OperationMaintenance
Task Force Maintenance        • SSBN ABT Check Valve          Maintenance Plan           – 1980-1989; 54 month restore/rep...
688 Class SSN
USS BIRMINGHAM (SSN 695)
USS SAN FRANCISCO (SSN 711)          •   1 June 2000 – 8 May 2002 Norfolk              Naval Shipyard performed SAN       ...
Responding to Urgent Requirements   USS SAN FRANCISCO (SSN 711)
DOLPHIN, as she arrived, with torpedo shieldson. Note gasket hanging outside of hatch
Close-up of starboard fwd torpedo shield withside hatch dogged shut and gasket visible
DOLPHIN Sail with Torpedo shields removed
688 w/ASDS Venting
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  1. 1. NASA Project Management Challenge Mr. John H. James, Jr. Executive Director Logistics Maintenance and Industrial Operations 24 February 2009
  2. 2. Who We Are Maine Connecticut Kentucky PORTSMOUTH NSY Idaho Indiana SUPSHIP GROTON SUPSHIP BATH Louisville Submarine Maintenance Bayview NSWC CRANE Wisconsin Engineering, Planning & Pennsylvania SUPSHIP Onsite West Virginia Procurement Office Marinette, WI NSWC Ship Systems Engineering Washington Allegany Ballistic Station Rhode Island Laboratory Naval Sea Logistics Center Navy Foundry and Propeller NUWC HQ PUGET SOUND NSY & IMF Center NUWC NEWPORT NUWC KEYPORT New Jersey AEGIS Technical Rep Maryland California NSWC CARDEROCK NSWC INDIAN HEAD NSWC CORONA Naval Ordnance Safety & NSWC PORT HUENEME Security Activity Pt Loma/ Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Div North Island DMFSUPSHIP Bath Detachment- San Diego, CA Washington DC NAVSEA DIR & PEOs NSWC HQ South Carolina Japan Naval NuclearYokosuka- PSNS &IMF Power Training Tennessee Unit Virginia Memphis NORFOLK NSY SUPSHIP NEWPORT NEWS NSWC DAHLGREN Alabama NSWC Combat Direction Georgia Systems Activity Mississippi SUPSHIP Support from Surface Combat Systems Bath Onsite and Louisiana Office NNSY to TRF Center SEASPARROW Project Kings Bay Support Office SUPSHIP GULF COAST Hawaii (Pascagoula, MS & AEGIS Ballistic Missile New Orleans, LA) Florida Defense PEARL HARBOR NSY & IMF Bahamas NSWC Panama City Keyport Det Waipahu, HI Naval Experimental Diving Unit AUTEC ANDROS 2
  3. 3. Products 3
  4. 4. Who We HireU. S. Citizens with BS/MS/PhD in the following areas: Main Disciplines Other Disciplines• Computer Engineering • Aerospace Engineering• Computer Science • Environmental Engineering• Naval Architecture • Materials Engineering• Electrical/Electronics Engineering • General Engineering• Mathematics • Nuclear Engineering• Mechanical Engineering • Biology/Molecular Biology• Physics • Microbiology/Toxicology• Physical Sciences • Chemistry• Systems Engineering • Chemical Engineering• Industrial Engineering • Operations Research Analyst• Ocean Engineering • Metallurgy In addition to these scientific and engineering disciplines we also have many opportunities in Business Management, 4 Human Resources and general support areas
  5. 5. Career Paths• Project & program management – Leadership through management of a particular project or program• Line management – Leadership through management of an organizational unit• Science & Engineering (S & E) – Leadership through personal performance of S & E work, from research through fleet support All S&E Careers begin with a Technical All S&E Careers begin with a Technical Foundation in Science and Engineering Foundation in Science and Engineering 5 5
  6. 6. Percent of Civilian Workforce Percent of Civilian Workforce 0 5 10 15 20 25 0 5 10 15 20 25 0.2 0.2 16-20 16-20 4.3 0.4 21-25 21-25 5.3 26-30 26-30 10.7 5 6.8 31-35 31-35 7.5 36-40 36-40 10.5 41-45 41-45 21.4 18.9 46-50 46-50 18.5 22.4 51-55 51-55 13.6 17.6 9.5 Warfare Centers 56-60 56-60 15.2 3.4 5.8 61-65 61-65 1 0.8 Headquarters and PEOs 66-70 66-70 0.3 0.4Over 70 Over 70 Percent of Civilian Workforce Percent of Civilian Workforce 0 5 10 15 20 25 0 5 10 15 20 25 0.5 0.3 16-20 16-20 5.1 5.5 21-25 21-25 5.5 26-30 26-30 11.4 4.8 5.2 31-35 31-35 6 7.7 36-40 36-40 41-45 19.4 41-45 16.7 46-50 23.5 46-50 20.7 51-55 19.6 51-55 18.4 56-60 10.6 56-60 10.6 Naval Shipyards Other Activities 3.5 2.9 61-65 61-65 1.6 0.5 66-70 66-70 0 Engineers/Scientist Age Distribution 0.1Over 70 Over 70 6
  7. 7. Experience Matters Design OperationMaintenance
  8. 8. Task Force Maintenance • SSBN ABT Check Valve Maintenance Plan – 1980-1989; 54 month restore/replace requirement – 1989-1991; 72 month restore/replace requirement. Extended based on material condition feedback data – 1991-2001; 120 month restore/replace requirement. Extended based on material condition feedback data – 2001; Deleted from maintenance plan. Cross-class application of SSN 688 Task Force Mike RCM results
  9. 9. 688 Class SSN
  10. 10. USS BIRMINGHAM (SSN 695)
  11. 11. USS SAN FRANCISCO (SSN 711) • 1 June 2000 – 8 May 2002 Norfolk Naval Shipyard performed SAN FRANCISCO’s ERO • 8 Jan 05 SAN FRANCISCO struck an underwater mountain at high speed and at depth • Four of the six Main Ballast Tanks destroyed • The ABT Check Valves held in the two undamaged Tanks and allowed the submarine to emergency surface
  12. 12. Responding to Urgent Requirements USS SAN FRANCISCO (SSN 711)
  13. 13. DOLPHIN, as she arrived, with torpedo shieldson. Note gasket hanging outside of hatch
  14. 14. Close-up of starboard fwd torpedo shield withside hatch dogged shut and gasket visible
  15. 15. DOLPHIN Sail with Torpedo shields removed
  16. 16. 688 w/ASDS Venting

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