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estments on improved product (e.g., Mean Time Bet ween Failure (MTBF) and sustainment processes (e.g. manufacturing capab ilities) I PageS of 19 Back Next
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CLLOll Performance Based Logistics Lesson 1 - Introduction to PBL Table of Contents Tenets of PBL I cou ld sure use some more specifics to understand PBL. I 'v e heard about so-called " PBL tenets ", or basic character isti cs needed to drive opt imal outcomes . W hat are these tenets? For PBL , there are 10 basic tenets ; five of w hich are associated w ith PS As; and five that are associated w ith organ izati ons. Sele ct each ty pe to learn more . Tenets Tied to Arrangements - i§1[§d1(#•[email protected]•6J1if¥Jf[f]1- '-------------~ =-- ------- -' PBL knowledge and resources are maintained for the Go v ernment team and product support providers • Leadership champions the effort throughout their organ izati on(s) • Eve ry one w ith a v ested int erest in the outcome is involved • Supply cha in acti v iti es are aligned to the desired PBL outcome versus disparate int ernal goals • Risk management is shared bet ween the Program Management Office { PMO ) ,W arfighter , and support provi der I Pag eSo f 19 Back Next
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CLLOll Performance Based Logistics Lesson 1 - Introduction to PBL Table of Contents PBL Arrangement Considerations In addition to understanding the tenets of a sound PBL approach , it is also important to understand the circumstances where PBL arrangements should be considered. PBL arrangement (s) should be considered under the following circumstances : • Sy stem availability or deriv ati ve sub-le vel requirement for subsy stem or component is consistentl y below the required threshold Part demand and/ or labor hour requirements ha ve achieved a level of predictability post-fielding that supports consistenc y of pricing in the market of potential product support providers • Number of potential product support providers is sufficientl y large to se rv e as a competiti ve market , or leverage ex ists to structure internal competiti ve pressure in a limited or sole-source situation . The latter circumstance ex ists when the Go v ernment is in a position to structure the terms of an arrangement to increase product quality and process efficienc y even in the absence of a competiti ve marketplace Sufficient operational life remains in the product ( typically five to seven years) as an attracti ve capital inv estment opportunity for potential providers • Common subsy stems or components among platforms and/ or Se rv ices that , when combined, improve the Go v ernment 's negotiating leverage and offer indust ry the opportunity to benefit from scale economies • A ctual sustainment costs ex ceed programed resources, life cycle cost estimates , or should cost management efforts indicate an opportunity to low er the cost of required performance I Page 6 of 19 Back Next
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CLLOll Performance Based Logistics Lesson 1 - Introduction to PBL Table of Contents The 12- Ste p P ro duct Suppo rt Strate gy Process Model I'm used to developing a product support
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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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