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( 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 c ycle cost estimates , or should cost management efforts indicate an opportunity to low er the cost of required performance .... rl l Page6of19 ~ Back Next
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CllOll Performance Based Logistics lesson 1- Introduction to PBL TOC I RESOURCES I PRINT I HELP The 12-Step Product Support Strategy Process Mode l I 'm used to developing a product support strateg y using the 12 -st ep Product Support Strateg y Process Model as descr ibed in OSD 's P SM Guideb ook . Does this apply to PBL strategies? Yes, the 12- Step Product Support Strateg y Process Model is applicable to both transactional and performance-based approaches . Th e PBL Guidebook provides compl ementa ry inf ormat ion on specific acti v iti es w ithin each of the ex isting 12- Step processes sand focuses on the " ho w" regarding PBL arrangement devel opment and ex ecut ion . Th e model should not be seen as rigid, but ins tead as flexible to support th e unique needs of individual programs . Th e steps may be performed in a different order , or th ey may be repeated or dele ted depending on th e lif ec ycle phase and program requirements . Select the 12-Step Product Support Strategy Process Hode l to view an enlargement . .... rl l P age7 of 19 ~ Back Next
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CllOll Performance Based Logistics lesson 1- Introduction to PBL TOC I RESOURCES I PRINT I HELP The 12-Step Product Support Strategy Process Model I 'm used to developing a product support strateg y using the 12-step Product Support Strateg y Process Model as described in OSD 's P SM Guideb ook . Does this apply to PBL strategies? The image depicts the Product Support Strateg y Process Model and its twelve steps : 1. Integrate W arfighter Requirements and Support 2. Form the Product Support Management ( PSM ) IPT 3. Baseline the Sy stem 4. Identify / Refine Performance Outcomes 5. Business Case Analysis 6. Product Support Value Analysis 7. Determine Support Method ( s) 8. Designate Product Support Integrator ( s) 9. Identify Product Support Prov ider ( s) 10. Identify / Refine Financial Enablers 11. Establish/ Refine Product Support Agreements 12. Implement & Assess .... rl l Page7of19 ~ Back Next
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CllOll Performance Based Logistics lesson 1- Introduction to PBL TOC I RESOURCES I PRINT I HELP Pr odu ct S uppo rt Manag ement ( PSM) I nte g rate d Pr odu ct Team (I P T) Establishing the PSM IPT is one of the first steps in the 12- step process . I t is the co llab orat ive w ork ing body compr ising key program staff and stakeholders whose purpose is to develop a product support solution .
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