Gordon Kranz

Report
Presentation to
NDIA Ground Robotics Division
2 September 2010
Agenda
• Who We Are
• What We Do
• Enterprise Initiatives
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Setting the Strategy
Our Mission
We provide Contract Administration
Services to the Department of Defense
Acquisition Enterprise and its partners
to ensure delivery of quality products
and services to the warfighter; on time
and on cost
Our Vision
DoD’s leading experts in Quality
Assurance; Cost, Schedule, and Supply
Chain Predictability; and Contract
Administration; enabling our partners to
achieve contract objectives
Our Core Values
Integrity, Service, Excellence
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Worldwide Acquisition Impact
Worldwide Operations
Scope of Work
Span of Control
- $2,547B Face Value of Contracts
- $1,458B Obligated
-18,946 Contractors
- 330,532 Contracts
-$229B Unliquidated Obligations
- ACAT 1 and 2 programs: 182
- Flight Operations (862 Aircraft/yr)
- $153B Gov’t property in plant
- $9B Progress Payments
- $32B Performance Based Payments
- 10,334 civilian professionals
-- ACOs, PI, QA, Engr, IS, Prop
- 525 military
-409 Active Duty, 116 Reserves
-900+ locations
- 49 major field commands
- $1.2B budget authority
- $145M reimbursable target w/FMS
- Combat Support Agency
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HQ DCMA
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DCMA Authorities
• FAR 42.302 (a), (b), and sometimes (c)
• Contracts, Pricing, Rates, Negotiations, Progress Payments,
Government Property, Small Business
• Engineering, Processes and Technical contract compliance
• Systems Engineering, Software Engineering, Manufacturing, Production
Readiness, On-Time Delivery
• Quality
• Product Acceptance, Quality Management Systems
• DFARS 242.302, OUSD(AT&L) Delegation as EVM Executive Agent
• United States Code, Title 10, Chapter 144 – Major Defense
Acquisition Programs; Section 2440 – Technology and Industrial
Base Plans
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New Organization Structure
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Contracts Directorate (AQ)
Contract Executive Directorate (AQ)
Executive Director
Deputy Director
Mission
Support Office
Planning &
Performance
Assessment
Division
Contracts
Policy
Division
Procurement
Division
Procurement
Center
DAR Council
Property Policy
Cost & Pricing
Policy
CIPR
Center
Small Business
Division
Small Business
Center
Functions
Policy, Training, and Tools
Finance &
Payment Policy
FIRM
Center
Procurement
Management
Review Division
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Procurement Mgt Reviews
Small Business Program Management
Contractor Purchasing System Reviews
Contractor Insurance and Pension Reviews
Plant clearance
Contract terminations
Property management
Cost and pricing
Business
Operations
Center
Cost & Pricing
Center
CSPR
Proposal
Analysis
Plant Clearance
Forward Pricing
and Indirect Cost
Terminations
Data Analysis,
Training &
Recruitment
Property
Corporate
Administrative
Contracting Officer
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Engineering & Analysis Directorate (EA)
Engineering & Analysis Directorate (EA)
Executive Director
Deputy Executive Director
Mission Support
Office
Systems & Software
Engineering
Division
Program and
Analysis Integration
Division
Systems
Engineering Branch
Program Integration
Branch
Software
Engineering Branch
Analysis Integration
Branch
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Earned Value
Management
Center
Earned Value
Systems Compliance
and Earned Value
Training
Industrial Analysis
Center
Industrial Base
Vulnerability Analysis
Defense
Infrastructure
Criticality List (DIBS)
Manufacturing
Engineering and
Assessment Division
Manufacturing &
Production Branch
Supply Chain
Predictability
Branch
Functions
Policy, Training, and Tools
Systems Engineering Technical Management and Process and Reviews
Software Engineering Technical Process Reviews
Manufacturing and Production Technical Process Reviews
Predictive Program Risk Assessments (IEAC, Schedule, Technical)
Earned Value Management System Compliance
Industrial Base Analysis
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Quality Assurance Directorate (QA)
Quality Assurance
Executive Directorate (QA)
Executive Director
Deputy Executive Director
Mission
Support Office
Process
Management
Division
Information
Management
Division
Resource
Management
Division
Quality
Engineering
Division
NASA Audit
Division
Logistics
Safety Center
Functions
Policy, Training, and Tools
• Quality Assurance
• Product Acceptance
• Quality Mgt System Surveillance
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Portfolio Management & Integration
Directorate (PM&I)
Portfolio Management &
Integration Executive Directorate (PI)
Executive Director
Deputy Exec Director
Mission
Support Office
Integration
Support
Division
Army Service Desk
Navy Service Desk
USAF Service
Desk
Joint & Non DoD
Service Desk
PEO Integraton
Functions
• Customer Engagement
• Represent Agency in OSD/DAB, DAES Process
• Customer Focal Point for OSD and SAE MOAs
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Operations Directorate (O)
Contracts Division
Quality Division
Operations
Directorate
Mission Support
Office
Air Operations
Division
(DCMAO)
SES (2) Tier II/I
MIL Dep 0-6 (Rotational)
Engineering
Division
Sector Divisions
Eastern Region
Central Region
Western Region
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0-6
0-6
Primary
CMO
Primary
CMO
Primary
CMO
Streamlined
CMO
Streamlined
CMO
Streamlined
CMO
Mission:
• Led by the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Deputy, manages three Regional Commands (Eastern,
Central and Western) and four Product/Specialized CMOs (APO, AIMO, NSEO, NPO).
• Accountable for the full spectrum of contract management functions, consistent integrated
performance management, resource and budget planning.
• Accountable to the Agency Director for successful Regional/CMO mission execution and performance.
• Will ensure all customer requirements and Agency Performance Indicators are successfully met in
cooperation with the appropriate Headquarters Directorate. This involves ensuring adequate strategies
and corrective actions are in place to meet customer requirements and Agency goals.
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New Geographic Alignment
Special Programs
• Special Programs East
• Special Programs South
• Special Programs West
Eastern CMOs
Western CMOs
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Carson (Headquarters)
Denver
Boeing Huntington Beach
Lathrop
Lockheed Martin Denver
Boeing Long Beach
Los Angeles
Palmdale
Phoenix
Santa Ana
Lockheed Martin Sunnyvale
Raytheon Tucson
NPO
Central CMOs
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Chicago (Headquarters)
Dallas
Dayton
Detroit
Huntsville
Lockheed Martin Forth Worth
Bell Helicopter Forth Worth
Boeing St. Louis
Twin Cities
AMP
AIMO
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Boston (Headquarters)
Atlanta
Baltimore
Garden City
Hartford
Manassas
Lockheed Martin Marietta
Lockheed Martin Moorestown
Orlando
Philadelphia
Boeing Philadelphia
Sikorsky Aircraft
Springfield
Raytheon Tewksbury
APO
NSEO
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Our International Presence
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Involvement by Acquisition Phase
A
Material
Solution
Analysis
B
Technology
Development
Engineering &
Manufacturing
Development
DCMA
FAR 42.302
Contract
Administration
Pre-Systems Acquisition
Sustainment
Engr Concept Dev
R & D Contracts
S/W Design/Dev
Production &
Deployment
FOC
FRP
DR
Operations &
Support
Systems Acquisition
Acquisition Strategy
Industrial Assessments
Past Performance
IPT Pricing
Small Bus Plan
Program Integration
Earned Value Mgt.
Systems Review
Risk Management
Fwd Pricing Rates
S/W & Systems Eng.
Acquisition
Planning
Support &
Services
IOC
C
Closeout
Final Rates
Plant Clearance
Quality Assurance
Product Acceptance
Production Scheduling
Property
UCAs
Payments
Systems Review
Final Engr Design
Mfg Plan
Quality Systems
EMD Contracts
S/W Dev & Proof
Contractor Depot Maint.
Sustainment
Critical Spares
Supplier Management
Repairs
Prod Surveillance
Follow On Contract
Quality Control
Spares
Engr Support
Upgrades
Prod Contracts
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DCMA Initiatives
• Proactive Customer Engagement
• Program Office – Monthly Risk Assessment Reports
• Contracting Office – Proactive Delivery Status, On-Time Delivery
• SAEs / PEOs – Sector Portfolio and Industrial Base Analysis
• OSD – Program Assessment Reports to support DAB / DAES
• Technical, Cost, and Schedule Risk
• Earned Value Trip Wire Analysis
• Integrated Analysis
• Cross Functional multi-disciplined contract surveillance resulting in
predictive risk assessments providing insight across the supply chain
and provided to PMs and other customers to support program execution
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Integrated Analysis Strategy
CMO A
CMO Z
CMO C
Supplier
Sub Contract
Supplier
Supplier
CMO B
Sub Contract
Supplier
Supplier
Sub Contract
CMO D
Sub Contract
Supplier
Integrated Analysis starts by surveillance
and assessment of individual contracts
Development contracts
-Development Processes
-Development Control Mechanisms
-Development Deliverables
-Business Systems
Sustainment Contracts
-Delivery Quality and Timeliness
-Business Systems
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Integrated Analysis: Hierarchical
Sector Leads
- Product Sector Analysis
- Cross Company Product
Analysis
- i.e. Fixed Wing AC, Rotary Wing
AC, Ground tactical vehicles, etc)
- Supply Chain Analysis
- Industrial Base Analysis
- Corporate Level Analysis of Contract
compliance (Systemic analysis of a
corporation)
- Capability Assessments
Integrated Analysis
depends on establishing
structure and
relationships between the
data elements and
leveraging Contract
compliance assessments,
Program Assessment
Reports, Formal and
Informal Surveillance
Activities
Product Sector Level
Corporate Level
CMOs
- Business Systems Surveillance at
contractor site level (EV Systems, MMAS,
etc)
- Technical Surveillance at Contract Level
- Program status and assessment reports
- Contract Compliance Assessments
- Product delivery status
- EV Data Analysis of Program Data to
identify Risk Areas
- Integrated Assessment of EAC,
Schedule, and Technical
- Capacity Assessments
- Contracts progress payments, contract
close-out, etc
Contractor Site A
Contract An
Contract A1
Contractor Site B
Contract Bx
Contract B1
Contractor Z
Contract Zy
Contract Z1
Z
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Integrated Analysis: MDAP View
Prime Contractor
Tier 1 Major Sub-Contractor
Supplier
Tier 2 Sub-Contractor / Supplier
Sub Contract
Sub Contract
Sub Contract
Supplier
Through Letters of Delegation
(LODs) surveillance is done
across the supply chain
Tier 3 Sub-Contractor / Supplier
Sub Contract
Supplier
Supplier
Supplier
Supplier
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DCMA Surveillance
Program / Contract Surveillance
Contract
Receipt and
Review
Develop
Surveillance
Plan
Functional
Surveillance
Systems Engineering
Software Engineering
Manufacturing/SCP
Earned Value
Collect and
Analyze
Performance
Indicator Data
Develop and
Publish
Monthly
Functional
Assessment
Industrial
Base
Reports
Corporate
Profile
Reprots
CMO
Commander
Reports
Integrated
Monthly
Program
Assessment
Report
Quality
Contracts
Program Integration
Business System Surveillance (Annual Risk Based Surveillance)
Accounting
Estimating
Earned Value
Progress Payments
Purchasing
Property
MMAS
Billing
DCMA Participation in DoD Initiatives
• WSARA
• PARCA – Program Assessment Reports and Earned Value Analysis to
support root cause analysis
• OSD/PSA – Earned Value Assessments and Technical Risk
Assessments to support OSD DABs, DAES, and Special Reviews
• AT&L Affordability Initiatives
• Director DCMA on Steering Committee
• Actively participating in several of the 5 committees
• Sec Def Efficiency Initiatives
• Conducting Agency zero based review
• Working with AT&L to Identify areas of efficiency improvement within
DCMA and across acquisition community
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