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• The analysis extends beyond a typ i ca l cos t/ benefit analysis. • I t assesses each alternati ve's im pact on such things as cost , performance, producibili ty , reliability, maintainability, and supportability . step 6 : Pr o duct Supp o rt V alue Analy sis Ke y Learning Points: • The BC A provides a best value analysis, consi der ing not only cost , but other quantifiable and non- quantifiable factors supporting the product support strateg y im pl ementat ion and related inv estment dec isions. This can include, but is not limited to , performance, producibili ty , reliability, maintainability, and supportability enhancements. I Page 4 of S Ba ck N ext
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CLLOll Performance Based Logistics Lesson 14 - Module Summary Table of Contents Modu le Summa ry step 7 : Determine Supp o rt Meth od(s) Ke y Learning Points: • Determining the method of support entails using both the BC A results and the Best Value Analysis to examine each I ntegrated Product Support element and deciding how best to provide the support required. The two basic support methods are transactions- based, or based on performance outcomes. step 8: Designate Pr o duct Supp o rt Integrat or(s) Ke y Learning Points: • While the Program Manager ( PM ) remains accountable for system performance, the PM delegates responsibility for delivering w arfighter outcomes to the PSM , who is responsible for identifying and - through Product Support Agreements (w hich include contracts ) - designating the Product Support I ntegrator (s). The Product Support I ntegrator ( PS I ), under Program Office ov ersight , is responsible for meeting the w arfighter 's performance outcomes. • There are five critical qualifications the PS I must possess. • Knowledgeable about the system • A ccountable for meeting performance metrics • Responsible for integrating support sources • I ncenti vized to continuously improve reliability, maintainability, and technology • Involved early in the program life PS I orientations may be horizontal or vertical. Ne w acquisition programs usually select a vertical orientation w ith a single PS I providing total system support . v I Pag e4o f S Ba ck N ext
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Step 9: Identify Product Support Providers Key Learning Points: Determining lower-tier Product Support Providers (PSPs) involves a detailed analysis of each of the twelve Integrated Product Support elements and deciding, based on the Business Case Analysis, the Best Value Analysis, and constraints imposed by public law and Service policy. This activity, sometimes called workload allocation, determines which entities, both public and private can provide best-value product support.
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CLLOll Performance Based Logistics Lesson 14 - Module Summary Table of Contents step 10 : Identi fy / Refine Financi al Enablers Ke y Learning Points: The optimum funding mechanism for financing PBL should be: • A single line of accounting within an Operations and Maintenance ( O&M ) appropriation to allow greater flex ibility in managing performance and simplify tracking/ baselining sustainment costs .
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  • Fall '19
  • Management, Military logistics, Twelve-step program, Title 10 of the United States Code, Performance Based Logistics

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