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Configuration Management & Modernization

Configuration Management              

  • Navy’s principal public agent for providing CM services to shore sites & units afloat worldwide
  • Solutions / life-cycle support to deployed & deploying maintenance & logistics systems
  • Functional & CDA support for Configuration Data Managers Database-Open Architecture (CDMD-OA), Navy Data Environment (NDE) & Technical Data Management Information System (TDMIS)
  • Functional Requirements for CDMD-OA & Revised Alternative Dataflow Web site (RADWEB), Tier 3 & 4 Helpdesk support & Training services
  • Configuration Data Manager (CDM), In-Service Engineering Agent (ISEA), Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) & CM LEAN initiatives, working groups, & Integrated Product Teams (IPTs)
  • Lead CDM for the standardization of CDM procedures
  • Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS) developer / maintainer for CDM / CDM On-site Logistics Rep (OSLR) / ISEA / Regional Maintenance Center (RMC) training / certification programs
  • DoN ESWBS / EIC development & management
  • Pseudo Repairable Identification Code (X-RIC) Gatekeeper
  • NAVSEA Item Unique Identification (IUID) Implementation Strategy
  • Support of the exploration & implementation of PDM technology
  • Modeling & Simulation Working Group (MSWG)

Waterfront Support               

  • CDM & logistics support services in San Diego, Norfolk, & Mayport / regions with high Fleet concentration & support organizations ashore
  • Maintenance Figures Of Merit (MFOM) support
  • Fleet PM for Navy Integrated Lifecycle Product Support Center (NILPSC) PDM project
  • Navy Data Environment (NDE) projects:
  • ILS Certification Module development
  • NDE-NM – Original FMP integration module including FMP Reports, program & execution modules / software maintenance & integration
  • AMPS – Afloat Master Planning System module / Integrates Readiness Response Plans to the alteration planning processes
  • NDE-ILS – Automates ILS Certification & tracking of deliverables processes for Surface, Aircraft Carriers & Submarines
  • NDE-EP – Primary management tool for SCDs & the SHIPMAIN Entitled  process
  • NDE-SPIDER – Integration of SPAWAR Modernization processes
  • NDE-NTIRA – Risk Assessment Tool integration with NDE-NM / AMPS data
  • NDE Tier 3 & 4 Helpdesk Support
  • ILS tracking for availabilities capability
  • PEO Ships Program Manager Representative On-Site Logistics Representative (PMR OSLR) Training & CertificAation Program

Navy Modernization

  • Services facilitate the basic tenets of SHIPMAIN, Virtual SYSCOM, & other Navy transformation initiatives

Advanced Technical Information Support (ATIS) System    

  • Provide Interactive Electronic Technical Manual (IETM) Compatibility Testing, Installation and Trouble Support for ATIS Technical Assistance, ATIS System Groom Support for all Fleet assets, and Software Support for the ATIS system

The Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Buffalo (SSN 715) undocks from Dry Dock 2 at Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Buffalo is undergoing a five-month scheduled maintenance period. (U.S. Navy photo by Marshall Fukuki/Released)

Sailors assigned to the Southeast Regional Maintenance Center (SERMC) remove the rotor from the inside of a fire pump motor taken from the guided-missile cruiser USS Philippine Sea (CG 58) in preparation for its complete overhaul. SERMC technicians perform these and many other maintenancGS10F164BAe actions routinely in supporting the Mayport fleet while earning a Navy Enlisted Classification. (U.S. Navy photo by Damage Controlman 3rd Class Mike Olsen/Released)

The amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2) enters the dry-dock at the National Steel and Shipbuilding Company. The ship is undergoing an 18-month maintenance and upgrade period and expects to return to the fleet in 2014. (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Joe Kane/Released)

Sailors assigned to the aircraft intermediate maintenance department aboard USS Essex (LHD 2) rebuild a tow tractor as part of an overhaul of their gear during the ship's maintenance and dry-dock period. The tractor was completely disassembled, stripped down to bare metal to remove corrosion and damage and then repainted before being reassembled. (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Joe Kane/RELEASED)