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									34 Logistics Requirements Submission Instructions (C2)

34.1 SUSPENSE: TO BE DETERMINED
To be determined based on forthcoming HQDA Guidance. See Section 34.3.

34.2 DATE OF PUBLICATION: 22 MARCH 2007
34.3 GENERAL
The Logistics Requirements Submission Instructions for PBR 09-13 will be iterative as
guidance is issued by HQDA. Grow the Army Management Decision Package (MDEP) re-
views will be scheduled in April 2007 and will be identified in future RFG Volume 3 itera-
tions.

Required Army Command submissions are identified by program and specified throughout this
chapter beginning with Section 34.8. Submissions will identify total requested prioritized re-
quirements at the MDEP, CMD, APPN, and APE level of detail and what the reporting activity
leadership has determined to be the critical level. Once received by the Sustaining (SS) Program
Evaluation Group (PEG), submitted requirements will be reviewed by the SS PEG Executive
who will determine to what level these requirements are valid and critical. Critical requirements
are requirements that have been analyzed by the SS PEG and determined by the SS PEG Execu-
tive to be the minimum level required to execute the program.

34.4 SCOPE
This chapter provides detailed instructions for PBR 09-13, requirements submission and individ-
ual points of contact and for the following programs:

      Ammunition Readiness, Single Manager Conventional Ammunition (SMCA, Non-Single
       Manager for Conventional Ammunition, Conventional Ammunition Demilitarization,
       Munitions Survivability and Logistics, Army Explosive Safety Management, Department
       of Defense Explosive Safety Board, Chemical Weapons Stockpile and Materiel Storage,
       Army Ammunition Safety RDT&E, National Level Ammunition Capability System

      End Item Supply Depot Operations (SDO)/End Item Demilitarization

      Industrial Preparedness Operations

      National Inventory Control Points (NICP)

      Non-Army Source of Supply Asset Management



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       Procurement Operations End Items

       Integrated Logistics Support Program Management (ILS)

       Logistics Assistance Program (LAP)/Army Oil Analysis Program (AOAP)

       Industrial Mobilization Capacity (IMC)

       Logistics Technical Support

       Logistics Automation

       Medical Force Health Protection

       Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP)

       ODCS, G4 Transformation Support

       Subsistence Support Programs

       Army Pre-Positioned Stock (APS)

34.5 POINTS OF CONTACT
Questions concerning the guidance in this chapter should be referred to the program Points of
Contact (POC) listed in Table 34-1 through Table 34-17 below. MDEPs, where applicable, that
are associated with the program are shown in parentheses following the program name in the
caption or in the table note. While the individual program POCs vary, the ABO, PAE, and G3
POCs remain constant. Their contact information can be found in Table 34-18 below.

                           Table 34-1. Ammunition Readiness (AANS, ASTC, AACS)

                 Name                 Office        DSN        Tel (703)                e-Mail
       LTC Michael Sayer           DALO-RIL       224-3975    614-3975      michael.sayer@hqda.army.mil
       (G4 Resource POC)
       Mr Stephen Carr             DALO-LP3       224-1151    614-1151      stephen.carr@hqda.army.mil
       (G4 Process Owner POC)
       Mr John Stults              AMCOPS-SCL     656-9023    806-9023      stultsj@hqamc-exchg.army.mil
       (AMC Process Owner POC)


                        Table 34-2. Conventional Munitions Demilitarization (ASDE)

                Name                Office        DSN        Tel (703)                  e-Mail
    LTC Michael Sayer            DALO-RIL       224-3975     614-3975      michael.sayer@hqda.army.mil
    (G4 Resource POC)
    Mr Stephen Carr              DALO-LP3       224-1151     614-1151      stephen.carr@hqda.army.mil
    (G4 Process Owner POC)
    LTC Brian Rafferty           PEO-AMMO       227-4263     617-4263      TBD
    (PEO Process Owner POC)




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           Table 34-3. End Item Supply Depot Operations/End Item Demilitarization (ASEI)

              Name                  Office        DSN          Tel (703)                     e-Mail
    LTC Felicia Barrett          DALO-RIR       224-0965     614-0965        felicia.barrett@hqda.army.mil
    (G4 Resource POC)
    Mr Alphonzo Horton           DALO-SM        222-7964     695-7964        alphonzo.horton@hqda.army.mil
    (G4 Process Owner POC)
    Ms Ginni Oura                AMCOPS-B       767-8422     806-8347        ginni.oura@hqamc.army.mil
    (AMC Process Owner POC)




                            Table 34-4. Industrial Preparedness Operations (ASIE)

              Name                  Office        DSN          Tel (703)                     e-Mail
   LTC Felicia Barrett           DALO-RIR       224-0965     614-0965       felicia.barrett@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Resource POC)
   Ms Vivian Mc Bride-Davis      DALO-LRC-P     224-1038     614-1038       vivian.larene.mcbridedavis@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Process Owner POC)




                         Table 34-5. National Inventory Control Points Operations and
                                the Logistics Support Agency Operations (AIEI)

               Name                   Office       DSN         Tel (703)                      e-Mail
  LTC Felicia Barrett                DALO-RIR     224-0965      614-0965     felicia.barrett@hqda.army.mil
  (G4 Resource POC)
  Ms Ginny Whitfield                 DALO-CRI     224-0933      614-0933     ginny.whitfield@hqda.army.mil
  (G4 Process Owner POC)
  Ms Ginni Oura                      AMCOPS-B     767-8347      806-8347     ginni.oura@hqamc.army.mil
  (AMC NICP Process Owner POC)
  Ms Ronnie Eggleston                AMXLS-H      767-9326      806-9326     ronnie.eggleston@hqamc.army.mil
  (AMC LOGSA Owner POC)




                   Table 34-6. Non-Army Source of Supply Asset Management (ASFM)

                Name                   Office       DSN         Tel (703)                     e-Mail
   LTC Felicia Barrett               DALO-RIR     224-0965      614-0965     felicia.barrett@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Resource POC)
   Mr Andrew Chatman                 DALO-LP3     224-3875      614-3875     andrew.chatman@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Process Owner)
   Mr John Scheidegger               AMCOPS-B     656-8358      806-8358     jscheidegger@hqamc.army.mil
   (AMC Process Owner POC)




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                          Table 34-7. AMC Procurement Operations End Items (ASCE)

                 Name                    Office          DSN         Tel (703)                   e-Mail
   LTC Felicia Barrett                DALO-RIR        224-0965      614-0965       felicia.barrett@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Resource POC)
   Ms Maria Turner                    AMCCP            656-8229     806-8229       maria.turner@hqamc.army.mil
   (Process Owner POC)




                 Table 34-8. Integrated Logistics Support Program Management (ASAS)

              Name                   Office          DSN          Tel (703)                     e-Mail
   Ms Pat Parker                   DALO-RIR        224-4041      614-4041        patricia.parker@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Resource POC)
   COL Stephen Ellsworth           OASA (ALT)      224-7550      604-7550        stephen.ellsworth@hqda.amry.mil
   (Process Owner POC)




           Table 34-9. Logistics Assistance Program and Army Oil Analysis Program (ASLS)

               Name                    Office           DSN         Tel (703)                    e-Mail
   LTC Felicia Barrett             DALO-RIR          224-0965       614-0965       felicia.barrett@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Resource POC)
   Mr Nelson Williams              DALO-LP3          224- 0753      614-0753       nelson.williams@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Process Owner POC)
   Mr John Scheidegger             AMCOPS-B          656-8358       806-8358       jscheidegger@hqamc.army.mil
   (HQAMC Process Owner POC)




                               Table 34-10. Logistics Technical Support (ASLT)

             Name                  Office            DSN            Tel (703)                    e-Mail
   Ms Pat Parker                 DALO-RIR         224-4041        614-4041         patricia.parker@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Resource POC)
   Mr Minnie Everard             DALO-LP3         222-9522        692-9522         minnie.everard@us.army.mil
   (G4 Process Owner)
   Mr John Scheidegger           AMCOPS-B         856-8358        806-8358         jscheidegger@hqamc.army.mil
   (HQAMC POC)




                             Table 34-11. Industrial Mobilization Capacity (ASIP)

              Name                  Office           DSN        Tel (703)                     e-Mail
    LTC Felicia Barrett          DALO-RIR         224-0965      614-0965      felicia.barrett@hqda.army.mil
    (G4 Resource POC)
    Mr Stephen Carr              DALO-LP3         224-1151      614-1151      stephen.carr@hqda.army.mil
    (G4 Process Owner POC)
    Mr Chris Weller              AMCOPS-IEB       656-9232      806-9232      wellerc-contractor@hqamc-exchg.army.mil
    (Functional POC)
    Mr Joe Tappel                AMCOPS-IEI       656-9241      806-9241      jtappel@hqamc.army.mil
    (Functional POC)




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                                       Table 34-12. Logistics Automation

              Name                  Office         DSN          Tel (703)                    e-Mail
   VACANT (MPEO POC)            DALO-CIO        614-4045       224-4045
   (G4 Process Owner)
   VACANT (MPEH POC)            DALO-CIO        614-4036       224-4036
   (G4 Process Owner)
   VACANT (MPEI POC)            DALO-CIO        695-6162       225-6162
   (G4 Process Owner)
   Mr Randy Carr                AMCOPS          656-8621       806-8621      randy.carr@hqamc.army.mil
   (MS10 POC)
   Ms Minerva Lucini            DALO-RIR        224-4017       614-4017      minerva.lucini@us.army.mil
   (G4 Resource POC)
       NOTE for SS PEG:
       MPE0 - CSS SATCOM SUSTAINMENT
       MPEH - STAMIS and Logistics Automation Systems Sustainment
       MPEI - Single Army Logistics Enterprise
       MS10 – Army Materiel Command Logistics Systems Operations
       CONTACT Ms Minerva Lucini in lieu of G4 Process Owner until vacancies are filled
       NOTE for EE PEG:
       MPT0 - Logistics Network
       MPTH - Logistics Automation Systems
       MPTI - Single Army Logistics Enterprise
       MSB2 - Transportation Information Systems
       CONTACT Ms Minerva Lucini in lieu of G4 Process Owner until vacancies are filled



                               Table 34-13. Army Power Projection Program
                             (VWR1, VWR2, VWR3, VWR4, VWR5, VWSI, RJT9)

             Name                   Office           DSN        Tel (703)                    e-Mail
   Ms Doreen Shinn             DALO-RIR           224-4212     614-4212     doreen.shinn@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Resource POC )
   Mr Keith Mostofi            DALO-ORC-CA        224-1017     614-1017     keith.mostofi@us.army.mil
   (Functional POC)
   Mrs Kim Richards            DALO-ORC-CA        224-1222     614-1222     kim.richards@us.army.mil
   (Functional POC)
   Ms Vivian McBride-Davis     DALO-LRC-P         224-1038     614-1038     vivian.larene.mcbridedavis@hqda.army.mil
   (Functional POC)
   Ms Bernice Billingsley      DALO-FPM           224-6337     614-6337     bernice.billingsley@us.army.mil
   (Functional POC)




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                        Table 34-14. Medical Force Health Protection (HSUK, HSCB)

              Name                  Office       DSN        Tel (703)                      e-Mail
    LTC Felicia Barrett         DALO-RIR       TBD          TBD          felicia.barrett@hqda.army.mil
    (G4 Resource POC)
    Mrs Carrie Brunson          HQDA-DASG      761-8073     681-8073     carrie.brunson@amedd.army.mil
    (OTSG Process Owner)
    Mr Kurt Bielefeldt          HQDA-DASG      761-4201     681-4201     kurt.o.bielefeldt@us.army.mil
    (OTSG Functional, HSCB)




                          Table 34-15. Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (VLCA)

              Name                    Office         DSN          Tel (703)                   e-Mail
   Ms Pat Parker                  DALO-RIR       224-4041      614-4041         patricia.parker@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Resource POC)
   Mr Randy King                  DALO-CRI       224-2391      614-2391         randy.king@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Resource POC)




                           Table 34-16. ODCS, G4 Transformation Support (VWPF)

              Name                   Office          DSN          Tel (703)                   e-Mail
   Ms Pat Parker                 DALO-RIR        224-4041      614-4041         patricia.parker@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Resource POC)
   Mr Ed Blesi                   DALO-CSI        224-5127      692-5127         edward.blesi@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Process Owner)




                              Table 34-17. Subsistence Support Programs (VTSS)

              Name                   Office          DSN          Tel (703)                   e-Mail
   Ms Pat Parker                 DALO-RIR        224-4041      614-4041         patricia.parker@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Resource POC)
   Mr William King               DALO-SUT        224-0875      614-0875         william.king@hqda.army.mil
   (G4 Process Owner)



                   Table 34-18. ABO, PAE, and G3 Points of Contact for All Programs

                ABO                               PAE                                         G3
   Mr Jose Bernal (ABO POC)         Mr Arch Grumberg (PAED POC)               Ms Kathryn Herhusky (G3 POC)
   ASA-FM                           G8 ASPAD                                  G3 DAMO-CIR
   DSN 223-2677                     DSN 225-3801                              DSN 222-7811
   703-693-2677                     703-695-3801                              703-692-7811
   jose.bernal@hqda.army.mil        arch.grumberg@hqda.army.mil               kathryn.herhusky@hqda.army.mil




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34.6 SUBMISSION PROCEDURES
ACOMs, ACSSs, and DRUs will submit dollars and manpower requirements with corresponding
narrative justifications for programs identified in this chapter in Section 34.4 above by using the
Web-based Logistics Management Automated Planning Support System (LOGMAPSS) web
site. The LOGMAPSS web site is accessible through the PPBE Portal at
https://www.ppbe.army.mil/login.aspx LOGMAPSS users will log on using their DAQS ID or PPBE
Portal login. A user name and password can be obtained at the PPBE Portal at
https://www.ppbe.army.mil/login.aspx. LOGMAPSS may also be accessed through Army Know-
ledge Online (AKO), which still requires a DAQS or PPBE Portal ID. AKO user name and
password can be obtained through http://www.us.army.mil.

LOGMAPSS POC is Mr Dave Glidewell, DALO-RIR, DSN 224-4227.

Following is a listing of LOGMAPSS Computer System Requirements:

      Microsoft Windows Operating System

      Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later

      800x600 Resolution

      High End Pentium Processor or better

      T1 or better LAN connection

ACOMs, ACSSs and DRUs will contact their HQDA process owner for clarification of
LOGMAPSS issues. HQDA process owners will contact their DALO-RI resource analyst.

The fiscal year range for the PBR 09-13 submission is FY2009 through FY2013. The baseline
position for submitting requirements is PBR0913 BF 1.0 as documented in PROBE. Each pro-
gram’s requirements may be grouped or broken down to applicable discreet levels as necessary
to adequately justify funding to support the capability the requirement provides. Each program’s
narrative fields will be updated justifying and describing each requirement capability as neces-
sary.

HQDA DALO-RI POCs responsible for oversight of G4 programs will ensure HQDA and com-
mand process owners are informed of and have access to LOGMAPSS. HQDA and command
process owners will ensure that the data entered in LOGMAPSS has been fully coordinated at all
relevant organizational levels and approved by the Chief of the submitting organization.

Requirements may be entered into LOGMAPSS interactively, by spreadsheet upload, or by web
service. Uploads from non-LOGMAPSS systems must be coordinated in advance to give pro-
grammers time to do appropriate coordination, obtain permissions if required, and write upload
programs. Pre-formatted spreadsheets may be downloaded from the LOGMAPSS system and re-
imported into LOGMAPSS when completed. This provides the option of sending the pre-
formatted spreadsheets to subordinate commands/user levels.



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Compliance to these submission criteria, formats, automation requirements and due dates is criti-
cal for successful completion of this submission.

34.7 LOGISTICS REQUIREMENTS SUBMISSION FOR ALL
LOGISTICS PROGRAMS
All submissions for all logistics programs are to follow the guidance in this chapter and submit
requirements as instructed. All resource requirement data for the PBR 09-13 MDEP review will
be submitted through the official SS PEG LOGMAPSS web-site.

Requirements reported within each MDEP will be individually prioritized to the maximum ex-
tent using the prioritization/ranking feature in LOGMAPSS. Requirements need to support the
principal(s) and emerging theme(s) for the PBR 09-13 as outlined in Section 1.4, Chapter 1 of
this volume. When possible, requirements are to be reported by LIN. However, LIN is not a re-
quired field in LOGMAPSS for this submission. Requirements are identified to the level of detail
that supports and justifies the capabilities the requirements provide. Grouping or rolling of re-
quirements at too high a level of detail may create challenges during justification. This may
make defending the requirement very difficult during Senior Leadership forums external to the
SS PEG and may possibly place program TOA at risk.

Critical Issues, in bullet format, will be provided describing what the program is able to fund and
what it is not. Bullets must describe operational impacts and capabilities provided or absent from
the program. Critical Issue capabilities identified are to be listed in priority order. All require-
ments will be entered into LOGMAPSS in current dollars. Explanation for increases or decreases
in requirements will be provided by program between POM 08-13 submission requirements and
this year’s PBR 09-13 submission.

Commands will not fill in the ORGID or SYNC fields in LOGMAPSS.

EXECUTION: FY2006 differences between the funded position at the PB07 Lock PROBE po-
sition and actual funds executed displayed at PB0809 Lock PROBE position, will be explained
in the narrative format by MDEP in LOGMAPSS.

MANPOWER: Reference Chapter 13 of this volume. There will be no request for additional
manpower accepted in LOGMAPSS. Request for manpower changes are to be submitted through
the Resource Requirements Management System (R2MS). Manpower will be automatically dis-
played in LOGMAPSS at the MDEP, CMD, and APE level from the PROBE baseline position
PB0809 LOCK. Manpower displayed will include direct and reimbursable End Strength (ES)
and Full Time Equivalent (FTE). Each command will complete the narrative justification for
each record displayed and in the text field provided.

CONTRACTS: Each command is required to input total contract costs by CMD, MDEP, APPN,
and APE in LOGMAPSS. In addition to total contract cost, each program must submit a narra-
tive summary describing their major cost drivers.




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34.8 AMMUNITION READINESS AND RDTE PROGRAMS
Responsible Commands: AMC, USARPAC, DDESB, PEO AMMO, HQDA (BRAC,
NLAC, and Explosive Safety Board)

The following is information for data submission requirements in addition to those identified
above in Sections 34.6 and 34.7. Requirements for sustainment of Army Ammunition Stocks will
be based on G8 projected procurement and historical data. Identify OMA, and RDTE require-
ments that support the Single Manager for Conventional Ammunition (SMCA), MDEP AACS,
and non-SMCA, MDEP AANS, programs. Overall submission should be broken out by appropr-
iation and program, command, MDEP, PE requirements, critical requirements, funded and criti-
cal unfunded requirements (UFRs) for PBR09-13. The ―Remarks‖ section should include an
explanation of any requirement changes since the previous submission, any efficiencies taken to
posture the program into a better position, and impact statements for fiscal year shortfalls.

Requirements for Conventional Ammunition RDTE for Munitions Survivability and Logistics,
Army Explosives Safety Management, and DoD Explosives Management programs will be bro-
ken out by major program by FY. New programs and requirements will be justified, and any
spikes or valleys must be explained.

Identify Army Field Support Stockpile Management requirements, rolled requirements, total re-
quirements, critical requirements, funding, shortfall, dropped requirements, and roll-forward re-
quirements by fiscal year by function. Also, include percent of requirement dependent upon
AWCF stabilized and non-stabilized rates, composite rate used for development of requirement
and percent of requirement, which will be contracted. Include roll-forward methodology and as-
sumptions. Provide impact statements for shortfalls by fiscal year. Impact statements will be ad-
dressed in terms of impact on AMC’s capability to support the war fighting commanders.

34.8.1 Chemical Weapon Stockpile and Material Storage
Identify requirements for Chemical Material Agency (CMA) and each of the eight CONUS sto-
rage facilities that support Toxic Chemical Munitions (TCM) mission under Program Element
(PE) 424042, MDEP ASTC, for FY09-13. Break out requirements by fiscal year, by function,
and installation. Each fiscal year and function will include total requirements, critical require-
ments, and funding shortfall. Submission will include contract, reimbursable and direct personnel
costs. Also, identify incremental costs attributable to site closure requirements and costs for ele-
vated Force Protection levels. Remarks section should include a clear explanation of deltas from
the previous submission and explain spikes in requirements from one year to another. Identify
any efficiency taken for posturing the program for the future. Provide impact statements for
shortfalls by fiscal year.

34.8.2 Conventional Munitions Demilitarization
Conventional Munitions Demilitarization, Procurement of Ammunition, Army (PAA), will ad-
dress contracted and organic requirements and will reflect both dollars and tonnage under the
new SSN structure described below:


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34.8.2.1 ARMY MISSILE DEMILITARIZATION

Provides PAA funds and other resources for the demilitarization (demil) and disposal of Army
missiles, guided projectiles, guided rockets, and guided submunitions by the SMCA as described
in DODD 5160.65 and DODI 5160.68 for Military Services retained items. Funds the demil and
disposal of other related items including cartridge and propellant-actuated devices, guidance kits,
and packaging. Funds ammunition peculiar and support equipment and facilities; packaging,
crating and handling; transportation, studies, and other associated costs identifiable to Army mis-
sile demil.

34.8.2.2 NON-ARMY MISSILE DEMILITARIZATION
Provides PAA funds and other resources for the demil and disposal of Air Force, Navy and Ma-
rine Corps missiles by the SMCA as described in DODD 5160.65 and DODI 5160.68 for Mili-
tary Services retained items (less Army). Funds the demil and disposal of other related items
including cartridge and propellant-actuated devices, guidance kits, and packaging. Funds ammu-
nition peculiar and support equipment and facilities; packaging, crating and handling; transporta-
tion, studies, and other associated costs identifiable to non-Army missile demil.

34.8.2.3 CONVENTIONAL AMMO DEMILITARIZATION (SMCA)

Provides PAA funds and other resources for the demil and disposal of conventional ammunition
of the Army Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps by the SMCA as described in DODD 5160.65
and DODI 5160.68 (less military service retained items). Funds the demil and disposal of SMCA
ammunition items: small and medium caliber, mortars, unguided rockets, cannon, tank and artil-
lery, Naval gun ammunition, bombs, land mines, demolition material, grenades, flares and pyro-
technics, chemical ammunition (e.g., smoke and incendiary), and packaging. Funds ammunition
peculiar and support equipment and facilities; packaging, crating and handling; transportation,
studies, and other associated costs identifiable to conventional ammunition demil.

34.8.2.4 OTHER NON-ARMY SERVICE DEMILITARIZATION ITEMS (NON-SMCA)

Provides PAA funds and other resources for the demil and disposal of Air Force, Navy and Ma-
rine Corps guided projectiles, guided rockets, and guided submunitions by the SMCA as de-
scribed in DODD 5160.65 and DODI 5160.68 for Military Services retained items (less SMCA
items). Funds the demil and disposal of other related items including Naval mines torpedoes and
depth charges; cartridge and propellant-actuated devices, swimmer weapons, guidance kits, and
packaging. Funds ammunition peculiar and support equipment and facilities; packaging, crating
and handling; transportation, studies, and other associated costs identifiable to guided munitions
and other Non-Army items demil.

Conventional Munitions, RDTE, will provide a breakout of programs covered.

Identify requirements, critical requirements, and funding for Demilitarization of Conventional
Munitions: Army Missile Demil, Non-Army Missile Demil, Conventional Ammo Demil
(SMCA) managed, and Other Non-Army Service Demil Items (Non-SMCA), MDEP ASDE.




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Identify requirements, critical requirements, and funding for demilitarization of missiles (PAA
appropriation). Indicate by weapon system and fiscal year the quantity required for demil and the
responsible MSC, PM, or PEO. Submission should also project by fiscal year the cost to store
and maintain/monitor missiles scheduled for demil that cannot be demilitarized if funding is not
provided.

34.9 END ITEM SUPPLY DEPOT OPERATIONS (SDO)/
END ITEM DEMILITARIZATION
Responsible Command: AMC

The following is information for data submission requirements in addition to those identified
above Sections 34.6 and 34.7. End Item Supply Depot Operations (SDO), MDEP ASEI, (PE
422120), requirements and funding will be broken out by fiscal year for receipts, issues, storage,
and various reimbursable services at DLA and AMC depots. In addition, the detailed metrics (by
MSC and fiscal year) for your cost drivers (receipts/issues rates, storage, and reimbursable ser-
vice rates, etc.) are required.

To assist HQDA in defending SDO requirements, each reporting entity will provide in the narra-
tive section of the SDO format major cost drivers which impact your dollar requirements. Includ-
ing major weapon fieldings, depot closures, cascading equipment requirements or other
programs which have a large impact on requirements. Cost drivers must be identified by weapon
system and quantities for that effort. The types of equipment requiring reimbursable services and
the impact of failure to fund those services should be identified.

End Item SDO Recapitalization (RECAP) should not be included in ASEI. Report RECAP re-
quirements in appropriate RRxx MDEPs.

End Item SDO RECAP requirements should reflect the cost required to receive equipment into
the depot for recapitalization efforts. Also included should be the cost of issuing items from the
supply side of the depot to maintenance, receipt cost from maintenance back into supply once
RECAP is accomplished, and issue cost from the depot to the eventual user. MSCs should revisit
their SDO RECAP requirements from their last submission and make revisions based on deci-
sions made during the past cycle with regard to the systems being inducted into the depot during
the fiscal year range of this cycle. Determination of systems and quantities under this program
should be collaborative with the depot maintenance personnel at each MSC who are presently
developing overall depot maintenance recapitalization requirements. SDO requirements, which
support, RECAP program, and associated funding, will be identified in the justification using the
same format as your normal SDO program.

End Item Demilitarization, PE 423012.25, requirements will be identified using MDEP ASEI.
Indicate the number and specific type of weapons requiring demil or demil prep for each fiscal
year, and identify each requirement as critical or non-critical. For each fiscal year, indicate the
number and type of weapons that can be demilitarized with current funding levels. Include total
weapon system requirements for demil of items no longer required by the U.S. Army. This in-
cludes items, which, if not disposed of by reuse or direct sales, must be demilitarized before


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transfer to DRMO, i.e., HAWK, Chaparral, and Shillelagh. Justification should also project by
fiscal year the cost to store equipment scheduled for demil that cannot be completed if funding is
not provided.

34.10 NATIONAL INVENTORY CONTROL POINT (NICP)
OPERATIONS
Responsible Command: AMC

The following is information for data submission requirements in addition to those identified
above Sections 34.6 and 34.7. Identify requirements data on NICP, MDEP AIEI, by MSC and
fiscal year for each major category, i.e., weapon system item managers’ pay and administrative
costs, master item data reference costs and cataloging. For the Logistics Support Activity
(LOGSA) Program Element, identify and describe each program’s critical requirements by func-
tion and the impacts on the Army if not funded or under funded. Provide explanation of any
changes to requirements since previous submission. For each function and fiscal year, provide
requirements broken out by element of resource categories.

34.11 NON-ARMY SOURCE OF SUPPLY ASSET
MANAGEMENT (NATIONAL MAINTENANCE PROGRAM)
Responsible Command: AMC

The following is information for data submission requirements in addition to those identified
above Sections 34.6 and 34.7. Identify Non-Army Source of Supply Asset Management, MDEP
ASFM, requirements and describe civilian work years by function for Program Element 423012
– Logistics Support Activities. HQAMC will submit concise narratives which identify and de-
scribe the Non-Army Source of Supply Asset Managements critical requirements by function
and the impact(s) on the Army if not funded or if under funded. For each function and fiscal
year, provide estimates for manpower and other requirements categories. In addition, provide a
detailed explanation of any changes to the requirements that have occurred since the previous
submission.

34.12 PROCUREMENT OPERATIONS END ITEMS
Responsible Command: AMC

The following is information for data submission requirements in addition to those identified
above in Sections 34.6 and 34.7. Identify Procurement Operations End Items, MDEP ASCE, by
MSC and fiscal year for pay versus non-pay. Specify categories that comprise non-pay.




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34.13 INTEGRATED LOGISTICS SUPPORT PROGRAM
MANAGEMENT, OASA(ALT)
Responsible Commands: ATEC

The following is information for data submission requirements in addition to those identified
above Sections 34.6 and 34.7. Integrated Logistics Support program requirements, MDEP
ASAS, should identify any weapon systems that will transition to OMA-funded sustainment
phase of the life cycle by FY13. Provide detailed explanations of shortfalls by fiscal year.

34.14 LOGISTICS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM AND THE ARMY
OIL ANALYSIS PROGRAM
Responsible Command: AMC

The following is information for data submission requirements in addition to those identified
above Sections 34.6 and 34.7. Identify the Logistics Assistance Program in program element
423012 and the Army Oil Analysis Program (AOAP) in program element 423010 separately. Es-
timate dollar and manpower resources for FY09 through FY13 for each program. Provide re-
source data in electronic format to your functional POC listed in Table 34-9.

Submit a Basis for Requirements Development Process reporting how requirements are deter-
mined and validated within your command for AOAP and LAP separately. To validate the basis
for requirements the following items should be provided for AOAP.

a. A listing of all AOAP program end items and associated components and associated densities
by year over the fiscal year range of this cycle.

b. A listing of all laboratories by locations by year, including projected number of samples for
processing, and any equipment replacement or modernization efforts by location by year.

c. A contract processing cost per sample by laboratory location and an overall contract
processing cost per sample for the Army.

34.15 INDUSTRIAL MOBILIZATION CAPACITY
Responsible Command: AMC

The following is information for Data Submission Requirement in addition to those identified
above Sections 34.6 and 34.7. Industrial Mobilization Capacity (IMC) represents costs associated
with maintaining industrial facilities, skills, and capabilities to meet necessary surge capacity due
to mobilization or war. IMC supports equipment that is in a standby, idle, or lay-away status for
such contingencies. It is not excess capacity; it is necessary to support core industrial mainten-
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HQ AMC will provide:

      IMC requirements for all facilities for which IMC funding is necessary

      Requirements data categorized by workstations, funding, and Direct Labor Hours (DLH)

Arsenals will use the Critical Items List (CIL) or the mobilization Table of Distribution and Al-
lowances (TDA) to develop their IMC requirements.

      Ensure installations identify end items using their workload data, and then determine
       where the projected mobilization work will be performed. Installations should determine,
       by work centers, which work positions are likely to be idle for 80 percent of a given
       month. They should then calculate direct labor hours to determine idle capacity. They
       should use other calculations to develop the optimum mobilization capacity required to
       support mobilization requirements. They must make final adjustments to data to deter-
       mine their IMC.

      Any additional requirements must be identified in the remarks.

      Explain any spikes in requirements in remarks. Input directly into LOGMAPPS.

34.16 LOGISTICS TECHNICAL SUPPORT
Responsible Commands: AMC, ATEC

The following is information for data submission requirements in addition to those identified
above Sections 34.6 and 34.7. Identify Logistics Technical Support, MDEP ASLT, requirements
and describe civilian work years by function for each Program Element (Low Level Radioactive
Waste Disposal Program, Explosive Ordinance Disposal, Corrosion Prevention, Center for Mili-
tary History, Operation of AMC Major Subordinate Commands, Ceremonial Rifles, SBCT Log
Support, LOGTECH, Heraldry Program, Donations Program, Government-Industry Data Ex-
change Program, and the Defense Standardization Program). Commands will submit concise
narratives which identify and describe each program’s critical requirements by function and the
impact(s) on the Army if not funded or if under funded. For each function and fiscal year, pro-
vide estimates for manpower and other requirements categories. In addition, provide a detailed
explanation of any changes to the requirements that have occurred since the previous submission.

34.17 LOGISTICS AUTOMATION
Responsible Commands: AMC, ASA(ALT)

34.17.1 Background
The Technical Guidance Memorandum (TGM) dated May 2006, directed the transferred of Lo-
gistics Automation to the Equipping (EE) PEG beginning in BESPOM0813.

IAW this directive, the requirements and resources will be managed as follows:


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      EE PEG will manage all RDTE and OPA

      EE/SS PEGs will both manage the OMA requirements as determined by members of
       each PEG. The procurement systems/programs with associated OMA fielding costs were
       transferred to the EE PEG. The systems/programs with sustainment cost remain within
       the purview of the SS PEG.

As recommended by the Logistics Automated Task Force, an assessment of the OMA sys-
tems/programs transferred was conducted to ensure that the requirements and resources were
properly aligned.

The alignment of the logistics automation systems/programs is evident as of BESPOM 0813
BF4.0 database.

The G4 remains the Logistics Automation Domain owner with the G6 CIO as the functional pro-
ponent.

The Deputy for Army Logistics Enterprise Integration (DALEI) has broad execution oversight
mission related to Army Logistics in support of DCS G4 and ASA(ALT) to coordinate and help
Army achieve a seamless end-to-end modernized Army logistics enterprise that meets DoD and
Army Logistics Transformation needs. DALEI is tasked to help G4 accumulate reported invento-
ries of all Army logistics information systems and prepare ICW Army G4 a coordinated single
process for review of Logistics systems that includes designated Logistics MDEP managers into
a single process this year. Command responses will facilitate development of an integrated Lo-
gistics System View and migration plans tied to Army Logistics Transition Plans. The AKO list-
ing of information systems information data prepared by the Logistics Domain system owners is
a specific mandatory requirement for PBR 09-13. The Army G4 POM and APMS data must be
complete, accurate and approved by APMS administrators to meet regulatory, Army CIO and
enterprise requirements and support the DoD IT Portfolio Management Repository (DITPR).

The Army must be positioned with current information to justify all IT investments and specific
support for compliance with the FY05 National Defense Authorization Act and Army Know-
ledge Management (AKM) Guidance Memorandum – Capabilities-Based Information Technolo-
gy Portfolio Guidance. Army logistics IT investments not reported by the Army in this cycle
review will not be considered valid and will not be supported for funding.

Reporting is for initiatives and information system and is broadly defined as a discrete set of in-
formation resources organized for the collection, processing, maintenance, transmission, disse-
mination, and disposition of information (per DUSD memo of 8 Sep 2003, Subject: System Data
Collection and the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995). Logistics systems include those systems,
applications and initiatives that enable the following major logistics business functions: Supply
(procurement, receipt, inventory, material management and issue), Maintenance (maintenance
management and all repair actions and activities), Distribution (transportation management,
load/unload and movements planning and execution) Product Life Cycle Management, and Ord-
nance management (ammunition production/manufacturing and ammunition handling and sup-
port).

Responsible lead: Army DCS G4, support DALEI.


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34.17.2 Additional Guidance
The following is information for data submission requirements in addition to those identified
above Sections 34.6 and 34.7. HQDA Activities, commands, and Logistic Program Managers
will report all logistics information technology systems and initiatives per the process defined
below with all associated budget requirements to the Army G4 POC and cc the Deputy for Army
Logistics Enterprise Integration (DALEI) POC below. Commands and PMs will use the data
from the Army CIO’s Army Portfolio Management Solution (APMS) as a starting point for post-
ing select information into their IT investments in AKO.

Commands will be contacted in early December to identify the command’s lead for logistics sys-
tems data reporting. Reporting activities will then provide the AKO name of at least one Logistic
lead POC (and up to two alternates), who will be given access to the extracted APMS data within
five working days. Army Logistics review board members, e.g., Logistics Business Process Ex-
ecutives, DCS G4 CCB/GOSC members, DALEI support planners and select partners as deter-
mined by G4, e.g., CASCOM, ASA(ALT), ASA(FM&C), PEO-EIS, and Army CIO staffs will
have access to some or all data posted based on their portfolio management role for evaluation,
validation, and prioritization of the Army Logistics IT investments.

Instructions for updating files on AKO will be forwarded to the POCs representing each com-
mand/agency or activity NLT five days following notification to the proponent POCs (need to
include name phone number and AKO address). Additional IT related investment information
not available in APMS will be identified for reporting as well. Information must be cleared by
the supporting commands before posting to AKO. IT system owners are responsible for complet-
ing the basic IT information per local procedures, which is then coordinated with the com-
mand’s/proponent’s resource personnel for the financial data. All financial data not already
public in the president’s approved budget will be treated as FOUO pre-decisional during
processing. (Any contractor proprietary data must be clearly marked, otherwise it will be consi-
dered authorized for government use.)

Specific attention must be given to the identification of the total costs for Developmental or
Modernization costs for compliance with OSD certification requirements in compliance with the
FY05 National Defense Authorization Act. In early January, the DCS G4 will provide more spe-
cifics on the prioritization evaluation requirements and Logistics review board process, to in-
clude detailed instructions on reporting of ―quad chart‖ information in support of the automation
Annex in the SS PEG guide. Recommend familiarity with the DoD Investment Review Board’s
Dashboard format for potential board reporting on all mission-critical and mission-essential sys-
tems. A separate G4 email will announce the specific location and/or VTC connection informa-
tion for official board meetings. This will include tentative schedule for proponent presentations.

The Army Logistics Domain requires commands to prepare their system migration plans in sup-
port of the OSD transition plans—at least in draft. For Army Logistics, the Single Army Logistic
Enterprise (SALE) is the long term objective for most Logistics systems and applications plan-
ning. Priority for the RFG will be all mission critical and mission essential Logistics IT invest-
ments, however all systems or logistics IT initiatives expending more than $100K will be
reported for support to the Internal Use Software reporting requirements for modernization activ-



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ities up to deployment. A comprehensive inventory of logistics information systems is required
by Army CIO as a baseline.

34.18 MEDICAL FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION
Responsible Commands: MEDCOM

The following is information for data submission requirements in addition to those identified
above Sections 34.6 and 34.7.

34.18.1 Potency and Dated Supply (MDEP HSUK)
Provide narrative in remarks for significant changes and any requirements that support the me-
trics.

34.18.2 Medical Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear
(CBRN) Defense (MDEP HSCB)
Provide narrative in remarks for significant changes and any requirements that support the me-
trics.

34.19 LOGISTICS CIVIL AUGMENTATION PROGRAM
(LOGCAP)
Responsible Commands: AMC, SECARMY

The following is information for data submission requirements in addition to those identified
above Sections 34.6 and 34.7. Identify LOGCAP, MDEP VLCA, requirements and describe civi-
lian work years by function for Program Element 121018 (Force Readiness Support Activities).
Commands will submit concise narratives which identify and describe each program’s critical
requirements by function and the impact(s) on the Army if not funded or if under funded. For
each function and fiscal year, provide estimates for manpower and other requirements categories.
In addition, provide a detailed explanation of any changes to the requirements that have occurred
since the previous submission.

34.20 ODCS, G4 TRANSFORMATION SUPPORT
Responsible Commands: TRADOC, SECARMY

The following is information for data submission requirement data submission requirements in
addition to those identified above Sections 34.6 and 34.7. Identify ODCS, G4 Transformation
Support, MDEP VWPF, requirements and describe civilian work years by function for Program
Elements: 122018 - Combat Development Activities, 423012 - Logistic Support Activities,
423616 - Information Management - Central Software Design, and 423829 - Sys-



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tem/Program/Project Product. Commands will submit concise narratives which identify and de-
scribe each program’s critical requirements by function and the impact(s) on the Army if not
funded or if under funded. For each function and fiscal year, provide estimates for manpower
and other requirements categories. In addition, provide a detailed explanation of any changes to
the requirements that have occurred since the previous submission.

34.21 SUBSISTENCE SUPPORT PROGRAMS
Responsible Commands: AMC, TRADOC, SECARMY

The following is information for data submission requirements in addition to those identified
above Sections 34.6 and 34.7. Identify Subsistence support Programs, MDEP VTSS, require-
ments and describe civilian work years by function for Program Elements: 423616 - Information
Management - Central Software Design, and 423829 - System/Program/Project Product. Com-
mands will submit concise narratives which identify and describe each program’s critical re-
quirements by function and the impact(s) on the Army if not funded or if under funded. For each
function and fiscal year, provide estimates for manpower and other requirements categories. In
addition, provide a detailed explanation of any changes to the requirements that have occurred
since the previous submission.

34.22 ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCK (APS)
Responsible Commands: AMC, USAMMA, USARC/OCAR

The following is information for data submission requirements in addition to those identified
above Sections 34.6 and 34.7. Requirements will be based on the APS 2013 Strategy developed
by the Army G3. Unless specifically requested to do so under separate cover, do not include any
requirements for possible/potential missions (e.g., APS support to rotational training) not yet va-
lidated by the Army G3. (See below.)

Requirements submissions should reflect only SAGs 211 and 212 base program requirements.
Keep these distinctly separate from GWOT needs; no supplemental/SAG 135 requirements
should be submitted under the APS program.

The Army G4 will no longer program against individual USARC/OCAR APEs under OA23 and
OA24. This change is necessary to ensure that all APS requirements are properly identified un-
der SAGs 211 or 212.

Civilian Manpower data (direct and reimbursable) and associated costs will be based on autho-
rized full-time equivalent (FTEs) data in the Army PROBE/PPBE database. Only FTEs that di-
rectly support APS operations should be identified as APS requirements; manpower to support
current operations will be programmed separately. FTEs will not exceed authorized spaces in the
Army PROBE/PPBE database unless the requirement is explicitly supported by a concept plan
formally approved by the Army G3.




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Backup data for contract costs should include specific information on who is performing the con-
tract (by contractor/service provider), the number of FTEs involved and why the service is re-
quired.

Backup charts and information. Requirements without detailed justification run the risk of not
being validated. In the backup data, include only information germane to the requirements you
request. Do not provide accomplishments or requirements associated with new missions that
have yet to be articulated and approved.

Potency and dated (P&D) items: Medical potency and dated stocks will continue to be replaced
at the rate of 50 percent every year, but the cost of these items will be programmed under MDEP
VWSI rather than VWR_ MDEPs. P&D requirements should be identified separately from other
VWSI requirements. (See below.)

Levels of fill: For programming purposes, assume that all unit sets, class VII sustainment, and
operational project sections will be filled to authorized levels.

Equipment will be repaired to and maintained at TM-10/20 standard. AMC will provide a de-
tailed annual COSIS/cyclic maintenance workload (numbers and types of vessels.

34.22.1 Guidance on Developing Requirements Developing
Requirements for Specific MDEPs
34.22.1.1 VWR1 (APS-1 CONUS)

a. VWR1 will continue to pay for worldwide APS program management at AFSC and Care Of
Supplies in Storage (COSIS) and cyclic maintenance of operational projects and medical sus-
tainment stocks in APS-1.

b. AMC will assume that the Army Working Capital Fund will continue to pay the DLA storage
charge for APS-1 materiel. Both AMC and OTSG should program for storage costs at Army de-
pots and at non-Army storage facilities not covered by the DLA storage charge. Provide detailed
backup for all storage requirements to include costs for each requirement and the amount of sto-
rage space occupied.

c. AMC will show VWR1 requirements broken out by organization—HQAMC and individual
MSCs—to include contract work years and labor costs and (for AFSC) direct work years and
associated costs—as backup to its command-level input.

34.22.1.2 VWR2 (APS-2/EUROPE)

a. AMC APS sites in Europe to be programmed will be AFSBn-LI (Livorno) and AFSCo-ROB
(Rhine Ordnance Barracks). OTSG will project requirements based on use of USAMMCE, Pir-
masens, GE, and possible use of AFSBn-LI.

b. The Army will activate and store Army Strategic Flotilla (ASF) III at Livorno until additional
ships can be programmed and acquired. ASF III stocks will remain a part of APS-3 but will be


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programmed as APS-2 requirements because of location. Plan for equipment to arrive incremen-
tally in as is condition starting in FY08, and for the ships to load out in Aug and Sep 2012 re-
spectively.

c. Operational Project Stocks, with the exception of selected medical stocks and the Immediate
Ready Force (IRF), will be located at Livorno. The costs and manpower required for
COSIS/cyclic maintenance on operational project stocks will be broken out by project code in
the backup data.

d. The IRF will remain at ROB. Equipment less the Light Ready Company will be on hand and
maintained in ready for use condition in accordance with the USAREUR-AMC-DA MOU.

e. Class V (ammunition)

  (1) AMC will maintain a licensed/certified ammunition workforce necessary to support a
  functional ammunition operation at Livorno in order to meet operational requirements and
  contingency/surge requirements.

  (2) The ASF III ammunition stockage objective will be stored at Livorno pending upload.
  Assume that it will be received incrementally starting in FY08 and outloaded aboard LMSRs
  in Aug and Sep of 2012 with the equipment sets in the HBCT. Wood Packaging Material
  (WPM) certification requirements apply to the HBCT ammunition. Although, as noted above,
  ASF III remains a component of APS-3, the requirements for storage, surveillance and
  inventory of the associated ammunition will be separately identified in the backup data for
  VWR2, APE 212030, requirements.

  (3) The IRF ammunition stockage objective will continue to be managed by USAREUR.

  (4) WRSA-I support will continue. Assume receipt of another 1K short tons in FY08 and
  another 1K short tons in FY11.

f. Reimbursable support will continue. Identify reimbursable workyears and associated costs, by
customer, as part of the backup for the requirement submissions for VWR2, APE 212030, and
212031, but do not include reimbursable requirements in submissions. Customers will pay the
full cost of work done for them, to include the appropriate portion of administrative costs and
other overhead.

34.22.1.3 VWR3 (APS-3 AFLOAT)

a. APS-3 will consist of three Army Strategic Flotilla (ASF) Heavy Brigade Combat Teams
(HBCT) and two ASF – Support Packages. The combat HBCTs consist of 6 Large Medium
Speed Roll-on Roll-off ships (LMRS). The Support packages represent the logistics component,
port opening, and sustainment capability that consist of 4 LMSRs with combat support/combat
service support assets (CS/CSS), 2 Supply Support Activity (SSA) ships containing sustainment,
and 2 container ships with munitions sustainment.

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c. Authorizations for the APS-3 Heavy Brigade Combat Team (HBCT), CS/CSS Theater Open-
ing Units, Sustainment, and Medical brigades will be as set forth in the applicable appendices of
the APS 2012 Strategy.

d. Ship Stationing

      Guam/Saipan Region - ASF-I, ASF-IV (CS/SSA only)

      Diego Garcia - ASF-II, ASF-IV (Ammo only), and ASF-V

      Mediterranean - ASF-III

e. Basis for Developing Ship Schedules.

      Schedule Intervals based on Vessel Requirements

      Dry Dock Inspection - every 60 months

      Underwater Hull Inspections - every 60 months alternating with dry dock inspection.

      Cargo Maintenance Cycle Intervals for equipment on LMSRs/ROROs.

      Cargo Maintenance Cycle - 104 calendar days

      Cycle starts the first day of download and ends the last day of upload which requires 10
       working days.

      Munitions Maintenance Cycle Intervals - Two ships

      90 days (first day of download to last day of upload)

      End of Contract maintenance cycles involving munitions’ reconfiguration require up to
       180 days.

      SSA Maintenance Cycle Intervals - Two ships

      Initial upload - 90 days

      Replenishment accomplished while ship is on-station

      Maintenance intervals every 60 months

      90 day maintenance interval from download to upload

f. Establishing a Workload Baseline

      Contractor Workforce Capacity Planning

      Work schedule is 5 days per week/8 hours per day


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      Overtime estimated at 5 percent for direct labor

      Efficiency rate will be 75 percent for direct labor

      Use 200 direct labor personnel as a baseline.

      Fully burdened rates used to convert manhours to costs, should be identified in the POM
       submission.

      DA/AMC coordinated ship schedule developed dated 15 Nov 05 will provide basis for
       sequence of ship operations and the timing across fiscal years.

      Maintenance Standards/Criteria for equipment on uploads: HBCT, CS ships serviceabili-
       ty standards in TM 38-470 will apply.

      Installation Kits/JCIMS/Loud Speakers/BFT/AFATDS installed per AFSC installation
       plan.

      SSA Maintenance Cycle Intervals - Two ships:

      Mission will be managed by AMC

      Ship will be bin and rack stowage with no container storage.

      Ship will have a sea based logistics mission

      Munitions Sustainment ships

      5000 TEUs split between 2 ships.

      TEU configured to LHS weights

      All leased containers replaced with Army-owned containers.

      Care of Supplies in Storage

      Shipboard Program (LMSR/RORO)

      Starts 45 days after upload/sail date and ends 30 days prior to download date.

      Repair parts packages will be placed aboard ships at start of each voyage.

      Replenishment Program (SSA Ships) - Executed by a contractor furnished team.

      Ammo UBLs will be 1.5 Combat loads

g. Program Pricing Guidance.

      Workload Summary -


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      Eight LMSR - Six combat ships and two combat support ships

      Two RORO - two combat support ships

      Two Container Ships - Munitions Sustainment Ships

      Two Container/Warehouse Ships - SSA Ships

      COSIS program for On-hand Equipment

      Shipboard Maintenance program

      Replenishment Program for SSA ships

      Redistribution/Disposal program

      Deployment Exercise Training - Plans

      Deployment Exercise Training - Warfighter

      RSOI Exercise - Exercise Package on odd years, heavy download/Joint Exercise on even
       years.

      Repair Parts Packages

      Deployment Packages

      Operational Costs - APS-3 Headquarters Cost

      Re-competition Costs

      Ships Scheduled between two fiscal years.

      SDDC costs should be programmed for the FY in which the action is planned

      For LMSR/RORO ships downloading in October of the fiscal year; estimated costs for
       kits and parts will be programmed for requisition in the preceding fiscal year.

      For Munitions Ships, SDO/SDT costs will be programmed at least 60 days prior to ship
       download.

      Repair parts costs supporting Redistribution/Disposal Program

      Include repair parts costs for all blocks of time that have a direct labor hour basis.

      Each LMSR/RORO will have an onboard repair parts package.

      Exercises




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      LMSR/RORO

      Two exercises per year: Plans based and warfighter involvement.

      Annual RSOI exercise (Exercise Package on odd years, heavy download/Joint Exercise
       on even years)

      SSA Ships

      One exercise per year to demonstrate capability to receive process and transport requisi-
       tions in a timely manner.

      Deployment packages will be configured & stowed on LMSR

      APS-3 Headquarters Costs/Pay - Use current staffing levels of 62 civilian positions.

34.22.1.4 VWR4 (APS-4/KOREA, JAPAN AND HAWAII)
a. Authorizations for the APS-4 Heavy Brigade Combat Team (HBCT), sustainment brigade
(including APS watercraft), medical brigade, and Operational Project Stocks will be as set forth
in the applicable appendices of the APS 2012 Strategy.

b. Class VII and V Sustainment requirements will reflect published requirements, not pro-
posed/draft computations not yet formally approved by the Army G3.

c. COSIS/cyclic maintenance will be performed IAW FM 38-470.

d. Every 30 months for tracked vehicles in covered storage

e. Every 48 months for other rolling stock and maintenance-significant equipment in covered
storage.

f. Every 24 months for equipment in outside storage.

g. Because of space constraints, considerable HBCT equipment and Class VII sustainment will
remain in outside storage. AMC will provide a storage enhancement plan to remedy this defi-
ciency and reduce maintenance costs.

h. APS-4 stocks in Japan and Okinawa will remain at the current sites.

i. The APS-4 watercraft mission will be a contract operation at Yokohama North Dock under
VWR4, APE 211029, with GSE and medical stocks stored at Sagami.

j. AFSBn-NEA will continue to provide aviation materiel support.

k. AMC backup data for VWR4, APE 212031, will reflect the cost and numbers of MSC-K per-
sonnel transferred to the operational control of AFSBn-NEA.




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l. FORSCOM will program at least one Battalion Inspection Readiness Exercise Program
(BIREP) visit each FY to APS-4 storage sites. Intent is to assess readiness of equipment (to in-
clude watercraft) and provide soldier training in APS draw operations. This requirement will be
programmed against VWR4, APE 211029.

34.22.1.5 VWR5 (APS-5/SOUTHWEST ASIA)

a. During FY08, APS-5 will transition from the interim configuration of an HBCT, an IBCT and
two infantry battalions in READY FOR ISSUE/READY FOR USE condition to the configura-
tion set forth in the APS 2013 Strategy. APS-5 costs from FY09 forward will reflect the end state
organization.

b. APS-5 requirements will exclude TAS and SBE requirements. There will be no Patriot Batta-
lion in APS-5.

c. Sustainment stocks: Class VII Sustainment and Class V ammunition requirements will reflect
the most recent published guidance, not proposed/draft computations not formally approved by
the Army G3.

d. All APS-5 will be stored in Kuwait or Qatar. AMC and OTSG will separately identify re-
sources needed to forward position in the SWA Theater of operations any mal-positioned APS-5
stocks by the end of FY08.

e. SWA Storage Leases: Army G4 will program for the Oman Access Fee but return the re-
quirement and full funding for it to FORSCOM. The Army will neither program for nor fund the
Bahrain Lease (BANZ-1 warehouse space).

f. APS-5 watercraft will remain at Kuwaiti Naval Base. Watercraft storage and cyclic mainten-
ance will be contract operations under VWR5, MDEP 211029.

g. COSIS/cyclic maintenance will be performed as follows:

h. Every 30 months for tracked vehicles in covered storage

i. Every 48 months for other rolling stock and maintenance-significant equipment in covered
storage

j. Every 12 months for equipment in outside storage.

k. FORSCOM will program at least one Battalion Inspection Readiness Exercise Program
(BIREP) visit each FY to APS-5 storage sites. Intent is to assess the readiness of APS equipment
(to include APS watercraft) and provide soldier training in APS draw operations. This require-
ment will be programmed against VWR5 APE 211029.

34.22.1.6 VWSI (ARMY WAR RESERVE SECONDARY ITEMS/WRSI)

The following assumptions/guidance apply to requirements computation for WRSI/VWSI:



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a. This guidance supplements guidance already provided to AMC and to OTSG/USAMMA un-
der separate cover IAW the Army War Reserve Sustainment (AWRS) Computation Guidance for
Secondary items, Fiscal Year 2007-2011 (FY 07-11), dated 28 Jan 05. Requirements will be pro-
grammed per results of the current AWRAP run.

b. Funding requirements for WRSI will be computed for supply classes I (rations), II (clothing
and textiles), IIIP (oil and lubricants), IV (construction and barrier materiel), VIII (medical sup-
plies), and IX (repair parts and major assemblies).

c. WRSI requirements will reflect secondary items requirements to support HBCTs, Medical
Sets, OPROJs, and Sustainment Stocks.

      However, WRSI requirements for APS-5 will reflect HBCT, IBCT and two infantry bat-
       talions until FY09. After FY09, only HBCT requirements will be generated. IBCT and
       the two infantry battalions’ requirements disappear. APS-5 ASL, PLL, and UBL will not
       be factored in PBR 09-13 if FY 07 Supplemental is appropriated to meet requirement.

      Each HBCT will include Authorized Stockage List (ASL), Prescribed Load List (PLL),
       and Unit Basic Load as applicable.

      Sustainment Stocks and OPROJs for each APS category will be identified by supply
       classes I, II, IIIP, IV, VIII, and IX.

d. Class VIII first time buys and replenishment funding requirements will be programmed under
MDEP VWSI rather than VWRx MDEPs.

e. Army Managed Items (AMI) will be identified and factored separately from Non-Army Ma-
naged Items (NAMI) for each Major Combat Operation by Major Subordinate Command (MSC)
and class of supply for each category of APS.

f. Requirements will be broken out in LOGMAPSS by MSC, i.e., AMCOM, CECOM, TACOM,
and OTSG/USAMMA and will include APS location (APS-3, APS-4 and APS-5) by class of
supply, required and on-hand by dollar amount.




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