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Logistics Planning, Processes & Policy


Standardized Architecture for Integrating Life-Cycle Supportability (SAILS)

  • Develop, maintain and implement standardized processes & procedures for program office fleet support
  • Assist program offices with establishing ILS related programs and capabilities through PEO Outreach
  • Develop, maintain, & instruct NAVSEA Logistics Assessments (NLA) & Principles of NAVSEA Logistics (PNL) training courses
  • Team Leads / SMEs for Independent Logistics Assessments (ILA) & Logistics Readiness Assessments (LRA)
  • Provide templates, tools & expertise to enact standardized logistics support programs


Life Cycle Readiness Team (LCRT)

  • Develop cost-wise Life Cycle Readiness enablers in support of acquisition & in-service weapon systems/platforms
  • Supportability Suite containing assortment of standardized tools / processes to identify and resolve support deficiencies
  • Critical Items Selection Process (CISP) / Decommisioning (D-CISP) containing critical items that are in short supply
  • Centralized support / coordination of NAVSEA obsolescence management & Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS)

Allowancing Gatekeeper

  • Reduction of unplanned re-provisioning / significant allowance increases
  • Ensure funding availability
  • Control / manage allowance churn


Analysis & Metrics (A&M)

  • Automated Coordinated Shipboard Allowance List (COSAL) Improvement Program (ACIP) allows the Fleet to identify technical inconsistencies
  • COSAL scheduling metrics assist TYCOMs in effectively selecting ships allowance products
  • Gather / interpret logistics data


Readiness Based Sparing (RBS)

  • Perform reliability modeling, spares determination, system assessment for weapon systems
  • Review allowance override codes ensuring compliance
  • NAVSEA standardization


HM&E Standardization / Commonality

  • Reduce equipment variation, Total Ownership Cost (TOC), & maintain ship performance by utilizing technical / cost evaluation methods in Commonality Deep Dive analyses
  • Use Hull, Mechanical and Electrical (HM&E) equipment to increase interoperability & readiness while lowering TOCs


Sponsor Owned Material (SOM)

  • Establishment & management of Navy Sponsor-Owned Material (SOM) / Government-Owned Material (GOM) / plant & project stock


NAVSEA Naval Acquisition Intern Program (NAIP)

  • Recruit & provide management support / career development for Interns


Black Knights of Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (HS) 4 to lower supplies sent from the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) onto the weather deck of the Carnival cruise ship C/V Splendor. Ronald Reagan was diverted from its training maneuvers at the direction of Commander, U.S. Third Fleet, and at the request of the U.S. Coast Guard, to a position near the Carnival cruise ship C/V Splendor. Ronald Reagan is facilitating the delivery of 4,500 pounds of supplies to CV Splendor after the cruise ship became stranded 150 nautical miles southwest of San Diego early Monday. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kevin Gray/Released)

Lt. Cmdr. Gregg Bento, left, assigned to Commander, Navy Region Hawaii (CNRH), Shawn Morrissey, CNRH deputy of Operations, and Capt. John Polowczyk, commanding officer of Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Pearl Harbor, provide logistics support during the region operations center's Liberty Champion exercise. Liberty Champion is a simulated emergency management exercise that tests the Navy's rapid responses during crisis situations such as hurricane, earthquakes and oil spills. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Mark Logico/Released)

Sailors and Marines man the rails aboard the amphibious transport dock USS Arlington (LPD 24). Arlington deployed as part of the Kearsarge Amphibious Ready Group in support of maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts in the U.S. 5th and 6th Fleet areas of responsibility. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Amy M. Ressler/Released)