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Logistics Management

This functional area includes: ILS Management, Maintenance, Supply Support, Technical Design Interface, Training, Facilities, Computer Resources, Support and Test Equipment, Packaging, Handling, Storage and Transportation, Technical Data and Manpower and Personnel.

1. Draft and recommend technical ILS requirements in shipbuilding, systems development, systems production and modernization for the life cycle of the program

2. Analyze and recommend logistics element processes (e.g. configuration management process, support and sparing process)

3. Conduct ILS risk assessments

4. Develop logistics support plans and planning documentation (e.g. the ILS portions of the Master Acquisition Program Plan (MAPP), the ILS portion of the Mission Needs Statements (MNS),, the ILS portion of the operational Requirements Document (ORD), ILS portion of the Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP), Supply Support Plan (SSP), Commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) Management Plan, Technology Insertion Plan etc.)

5. Develop Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Schedules and track ILS performance

6. Develop performance measurements/metrics

7. Provide subject matter technical expertise for meetings, presentations, inquiries and action item


8. Perform management analyzes of one or more logistics elements and provide recommendations

9. Develop innovative/creative logistics solutions

10. Develop and draft maintenance plans including milestones and schedules

11. Develop and draft and recommend overall maintenance policies and procedures

12. Analyze and recommend maintenance concepts

13. Monitor, track and provide status of provisioning process, the development of the Consolidated Shipboard Allowance List (COSAL), and the procurement, receipt, and stowage aboard ship of repair parts, equipage, and test equipment

14. Review and comment on maintenance requirements and plans

15. Monitor track and provide status of all supply support efforts

16. Recommend and/or validate requirements to acquire, catalog, receive, store, transfer, issue and dispose of spares, repair parts, and consumable items

17. Draft documentation for supply support efforts

18. Research and advise on alternative logistics support sources and methodologies to acquire spares within or outside the DOD supply system (e.g. Battle Spare Program)

19. Provide recommendations on the attributes and alternatives for all types of support equipment (e.g. power requirements, support system engineering, reliability, maintainability, environmental, affordability, automated test equipment)

20. Review, evaluate, coordinate and provide recommendations on support equipment program plans and


21. Review, evaluate, coordinate, provide recommendations and plan the preservation, packaging, handling

and transportation of ship, submarine and combat system equipment and support items including rotatable

pools and major spare equipment

22. Evaluate and recommend resolution for shipboard stowage, weight reduction, special handling,

environmental, occupational safety and health, location, security and other problems

23. Evaluate and make recommendations regarding Logistics Applications of Automated Marking and Reading Symbols (LOGMATD)/Bar Coding

24. Monitor, track and provide status of equipment required in the operation and maintenance of a system

25. Research, monitor and advise NAVSEA AND RELATED PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICES on the PHS&T best commercial and international standards and practices

26. Develop best practices for supply support

27. Provide professional services identifying the relationship of logistics related design parameters to readiness and support resource requirements

28. Prepare risk assessments, analyses, metrics, recommendations, and documents covering areas including but not limited to:

a. Reliability and Maintainability (R&M)

b. Standardization and Interchangeability (S&I)

c. Commonality and interoperability

d. Technology insertion

e. Corrosion Prevention

f. System Safety

g. Non-Destructive Inspection (NDI)

h. Human Systems Integration (HSI)

i. Transportability

j. Energy Management


l. Quality Assurance (QA)

m. Configuration Management (CM)

n. Environmental, occupational safety and health conditions and requirements

o. Disposal methods and cost

29. Prepare risk assessments, analyses, studies, recommendations, documents and updates to documents associated with configuration management

30. Prepare configuration control documentation

31. Analyze, report and recommend changes to the appropriate databases to maintain interface capability to technical data for interoperability and implementation to configuration management systems including but not limited to:

a. Ship Configuration and Logistics Support Information System (SCLSIS)

b. Configuration Data Manager Database - Open Architecture (CDMD-OA)

c. Shipboard Non-tactical Automated Data Processing (SNAP)

d. Weapons Systems File (WSF)

e. Fleet Modernization Program Management Information System (FMPMIS)

f. Automated Shipboard Information System (ASIS)

g. Ship Alternation Management Information System (SAMIS)

32. Analyze and provide recommendations for training documentation (i.e. Technical manuals, Training Plans) for the Integrated Logistics Elements and other logistics disciplines

33. Provide logistics training courses including curriculum development, production of training materials, delivery of instruction, student administration and record keeping.

34. Recommend processes, procedures and techniques required to acquire and support training, training devices and training equipment

35. Facilitate IPTs, special advisory boards, off-sites, working groups, audit teams, etc.

36. Provide recommendations with regard to property management including the actions and planning required to identify and acquire permanent, semi-permanent, or temporary real property assets

37. Evaluate impacts and conduct studies to define facilities or facility improvements, locations, space needs, utilities, environmental, occupational safety and health requirements, real estate requirements and equipment

38. Analyze, make recommendations and report on requirements determinations, programming, site surveys, project management plans, facilities design and facility construction (e.g. Base Re-Alignment and Closure, new facilities requirements, etc.).

39. Receive, transmit and analyze technical data in manual and electronic or integrated digital/data environment

40. Maintain technical documentation

41. Draft, record, document and archive technical information

42. Develop, draft and coordinate approvals of instructions, handbooks, manuals, etc.

43. Review, analyze, validate and verify, and recommend changes to technical documentation

44. Review, revise and recommend methods and rationale that identify and justify military and civilian personnel with the skills and grades required to operate and maintain ship systems and equipment

45. Provide information and recommendations to respond to Congressional, DOD, other Government agency, media or industry inquiries, and audits and for Congressional testimony

46. Provide waterfront liaison

47. Develop logistics inputs to Total Ownership Cost studies and management plans including life cycle

cost drivers and supportability requirements

48. Develop acquisition requirements for ship and weapon systems specifications and contracts

49. Provide recommendations and initiatives for Command Improvements to reduce overall costs, including but not limited to Business Case Analysis, cost benefit analysis, e-business solutions