Accession Number : ADA363883
Title : USAF Logistics Process Optimization Study for the Aircraft Asset Sustainment Process. Volume 3. Future to be Asset Sustainment Process Model.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : INTERGRAPH CORP HUNTSVILLE AL FEDERAL SYSTEMS DIV
Personal Author(s) : Adamson, Anthony ; Tribble, Dorothy J.
Report Date : 31 DEC 1998
Pagination or Media Count : 176
Abstract : This USAF Logistics Process Optimization Study for the Aircraft Asset Sustainment Process -- Phase II Report is the second in a series of technical reports prepared under AFLMA Project LM9731101. It is published as three separate volumes. Volume I, USAF Logistics Process Optimization Study for the Aircraft Asset Sustainment Process -- Phase II Report, discusses the result and cost/benefit analysis of testing three initiatives at Langley Air Force Base as possible solutions to several findings discussed in the Phase I Report, USAF Logistics Asset Sustainment As Is Process. Volume II, (To Be Models), contains the To-Be Retail Asset Sustainment Process Model displaying the activities and functions related to the improved processes for receipt, storage, issue and delivery of materiel as tested at Langley Air Force Base, Virginia Volume III, (Future Retail Aircraft Asset Sustainment Process Models,) is published as a stand-alone volume of this report. Volume III contains a discussion of the Reengineering Team's efforts in the development of a logistics process model for a more distant future asset sustainment scenario unconstrained by today's logistics information systems limitations. It also contains a process model reflecting the Reengineering Team's vision of the future asset sustainment process.
Descriptors : *LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT , *AIR FORCE EQUIPMENT , *COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS , DELIVERY , MATERIEL , OPTIMIZATION , INFORMATION SYSTEMS , LIMITATIONS , AIR FORCE FACILITIES , ECONOMIC MODELS.
Subject Categories : AIRCRAFT
LOGISTICS, MILITARY FACILITIES AND SUPPLIES
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE