Moving Forward Within Defence Supportability

Report
Presentation to 2013 NA OmegaPS UGM
ILS Standards in Europe + UK !
Chris Mair General Manager - PSSL
What is happening in Europe in regard to Logistics
and Standards!
History
Europe
UK
 Where are we going!
Have Standards ruled our lives!
Mil Std 1388 2B
Canadian D-01-100-214
Europe – Moving forward?
• ASD has become the prime driver for
Standards in Europe.
• Started primarily through the Tech Docs with
what is now known as S1000D – over 20 years
of development – now at V4.1
• Closely followed by what is now known as
S2000M – now at V4.0
• In recent years following the PLCS initiatives –
we have a whole range of new and ‘in
development’ ILS standards:
S3000L
S3000L:
• development’ ILS standards:
NATO plans to acquire an Alliance Ground
Surveillance (AGS) system that will give
commanders a comprehensive picture of
the situation on the ground.
NATO’s operation to protect civilians in
Libya showed how important such a
capability is. A group of Allies intends to
acquire five unmanned aerial vehicles
(UAVs) and the associated command and
control base stations. NATO will then
operate and maintain them on behalf of all
28 Allies.
UK!
• Def Stn 00-60 – considered too prescriptive so was
replaced by:
• Def Stn 00-600 Issue 2
• – 24 pages – dependant on JSP 886 Volume 7.
• JSP 886:
• - JSP 886 is a repository for Joint Support Chain (JSC) policy,
processes and guidance.
JSP 886
The defence logistics support chain: volume 01 (JSP 886) 2 July 2013
Inventory management for defence: volume 02 (JSP 886) 2 October 2013
Support chain management: volume 03 (JSP 886) 22 August 2013
Defence materiel accounting: volume 04 (JSP 886) 11 September 2013
Technical support management: volume 05 (JSP 886) 22 July 2013
Commodity supply management: volume 06 (JSP 886) 5 August 2013
Defence supportability engineering: volume 07 (JSP 886) 11 September 2013
Defence logistics support chain manual (JSP 886): version and legacy records 2
October 2013
JSP 886 Vol 7:
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Part 1: integrated logistics support (ILS) policy
Part 2: integrated logistics support (ILS) management
Part 3: supportability analysis
Part 4: software support
Part 5: management of support information
Part 5.01: management and exploitation of equipment generated
system information
Part 6: tailoring
Part 7: support delivery management, monitoring and reviews
Part 8.01: training and training equipment
Part 8.02: packaging, handling, storage and transportation
Part 8.03A: maintenance planning
Part 8.03B: maintenance design
Part 8.03C: manage maintenance
Part 8.03D: conduct maintenace
Part 8.04: reliability and maintainability
JSP 886 Vol 7:
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Part 8.05: technical documentation
Part 8.07: support equipment
Part 8.08: facilities and infrastructure
Part 8.09: human factors integration
Part 8.10: supply support procedures
Part 8.11: quality policy and procedures
Part 8.12: configuration management
Part 8.13: obsolescence management
Part 8.14: management of items requiring special identification
Part 8.15: gatekeeper
Part 8.17: calibration
Part 9: supportability case
Part 10: manage design through life
Joint Support Chain Management
NAO Report ‘Headlines’
Excessive Inventory…
Poor Governance?
So once we have waded through …..
Thanks for Listening
ILS Standards in Europe + UK !
Chris Mair General Manager - PSSL

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