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The scope should also account for constraints under w hich a potential PBL arrangement must function , particularly USC Title 10 section 2464 and 2466 requirements. 10 USC 2464 - Requires DoD to maintain a core logistics capability . 10 USC 2466 - sets a 50 percent annual limitation on ex penditure of funds by a milita ry department or Defense A genc y for depot maintenance w ork performed by non-Federal gov ernment personnel. The BCA alternati ves will address the relationship(s) bet ween Go v ernment and commercial support providers. Thus the analysis should include consideration of Public -Priv at e Partnership ( PPP ) relationships and the type of arrangement bet ween providers. To read more about PPPs , please see the following: OSD PPP Guideb ook I Page 4 of 8 Ba ck Next
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CLLOll Performance Based Logistics Lesson 6 - Business Case Analysis Table of Contents Iterative BCA Process The BCA is an it erat ive process that is conducted and updated as needed throughout the lif e cycle as the PBL team develops and revises the program plans in response to changes in the business and mission envir onment . The BCA: Is used in the initial dec ision to inv est in a project Spec ifi ca lly guides the dec ision when selecting among alternati ve approaches Is used to v alidate any proposed scope , schedule, or budget changes dur ing the course of the project • Should be used to id ent i fy the various budget accounts and amounts affected by the various product support strategies • Should be a living document - as project or organ izati on changes occur , the y should be reflected in updates to the business case • Should be used to v alidate that planned benefits are realized at the compl et ion of the project I Page S of 8 Back Next
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CLLOll Performance Based Logistics Lesson 6 - Business Case Analysis Table of Contents Summ ary Thanks for the explanation. W hat you are saying is that the BCA extends beyond a standard cos t/ benefit analysis and includes, but is not limit ed to , an assessment of each proposed alternati ve's impa ct on Performance, Producibility, Re liabili ty , Maintainabili ty , and Supportab ili ty . II
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CLLOll Performance Based Logistics Lesson 6 - Business Case Analysis Table of Contents Knowledge Revi ew The ultimate outcome of the Fl ying Fox's BCA is to determ ine the l east-cost product support alternati ve that will still achieve the overall mission object ives. D True ~ False Cb eek An_swer ... ,_. ~ --· The answ er is F al se . The BCA should give a cl ear compar ison of each alternati ve in terms of cost , benefits , and risk to aid the PM in selecting the alternati ve that meets W arfighter requirements at low est O&S cost . I Pa ge 7 of 8 Back Next
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CLLOll Performance Based Logistics Lesson 6 - Business Case Analysis Table of Contents Knowledge Review The ultimate outcome of the Fl ying Fox's BCA is to determine the least-cost product support alternati ve that will still achieve the overall mission objecti ves.
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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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