Strategic Asset Management Across the DoD

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					FEM Service Comparison
• FEM Mission
• Who uses FEM?
• Where are FEM users located?
• Numbers of Assets
• Relative Level of Customization
• Functional Overview of FEM
  Configurations and Customer Missions
• Architecture Comparison
• Reusability
• Summary
               FEM Mission

FEM ensures the infrastructure is in place and ready
 to support the maintenance of the DoD’s mission
   critical assets and other critical national assets
        Who uses FEM?

                Naval Shipyards   US Army Corps
                                  of Engineers

   Facilities and Equipment Maintenance
(FEM) system supports operations at Army
  Depots, Naval Shipyards, Air Force Air
Logistics Centers (ALCs), the Army Corps
 of Engineers Civil Works, and Air Force
  Technical Application Center (AFTAC).
                               DoD FEM Locations
                                       Corps of Engineers                         Tobyhanna Army Depot
   Trident Refit, Bangor CIF           Central Hosting Site                       Tobyhanna, PA
                                       Portland, OR
                                                                    Letterkenny Army Depot               Portsmouth Naval
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard                                          Chambersburg , PA                    Shipyard
Bremerton, WA                                                                                            Portsmouth, NH
                                  Installation Protection Program
                                  Rock Island , IL                                                 Philly Foundry
           Hill AFB (ALC)
           Ogden, UT
                                                                                                    Norfolk Naval Shipyard
          SRF Yokosuka                                                                              Portsmouth, VA
                                    Tinker AFB (ALC)
          Japan                     Oklahoma City, OK
                                                                                                 Robins AFB (ALC)
            North Island CIF                                                                     Warner Robins, GA
            San Diego, CA
                                   AMARG                                                           Patrick AFB (AFTAC)
                                   Davis/Montham AFB                                               Cocoa Beach, FL

                                  Corpus Christi Army Depot         Red River Army Depot     Anniston Army Depot
                                  Corpus Christi, TX                Texarkana, TX            Anniston, AL

                                             4 Naval Shipyards and satellites (2000 plus Users)
                                             3 Air Force Air Logistics Centers (1800 plus Users)
    Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard              Air Force Tactical Application Center (50 Users)
    Pearl Harbor, HI
                                             5 Army Depots and IPP Sites (1500 plus Users)
                                             350 Army Corps of Engineers Projects (2000 plus Users)
     Army Corp of Engineers Locations
                   Operational                 Planned for FY09                 Planned for FY10
               Walla Walla        Omaha
                                                   St Paul         Chicago   Buffalo    Pittsburgh
      Alaska             Kansas City        St Louis
                                                         Rock Island    Detroit
      Seattle                                                                                    New England

                                                                                                 New York
Sacramento                                                                                       Baltimore

San Francisco                                                                                  HQ USACE
  Los Angeles
                                                              *                        Charleston
                Albuquerque   Tulsa
                               Fort Worth                           Mobile
                                       Little Rock                      Memphis
       Honolulu                                   Galveston    New

                                 ** 38 Districts and over 350 Project Sites **
         Level of Customization
            Air Force      NAVSEA

Medium              Army


 Low               AFTAC
              Number of Assets
• Air Force ALCs             • Army Depots
  – 220,000 pieces of          – 36,000 pieces of equipment
    equipment                  – 10,000 inventory items
  – 100,000 tools            • Army Corps of Engineers
  – 60,000 inventory items     Civil Works
• Naval Shipyards              – 15,000 pieces of equipment
  – 150,000 pieces of          – 10,000 inventory items (3
    equipment                    districts)
  – 100,000 tools              – 250,000 assets (estimate
  – 15,000 inventory items       based upon completion in 47
                                 districts). $1.8B in personal
                                 property alone
                  Types of Assets
• Industrial Plant              • Mobile Equipment
  Equipment (IPE)                 – Vehicles – Fleet, mobile
  – CNC machines, lathes, X-        cranes, man lifts
    ray machines, degreasers,     – Powered Equipment - carts,
    blast cabinets                  diesel water blasters,
  – Hoists, chains, cables,         vacuum cleaners, flood
    slings, harnesses, rope         lights, portable lighting and
    assemblies, lifting             HVAC, generators
                                  – Non-Powered Equipment -
  – Torque wrenches, meters,
    scales                          engine stands, wing stands,
                                    jacks, dollies
  – Pneumatic equipment
           Types of Assets (cont’d)
• Metrology                • Tools
  – Torque wrenches,         – Calibrated – torque wrenches,
    micrometers                meters, scales. micrometers
  – Signal generators,       – Inspected – hoists, chains,
    oscillators, digital       harnesses, safety belts
    multimeters              – Bulk – hammers, pliers
  – RF power sensors         – Consumables – tape, gloves,
  – Radar test sets            adhesives, sandpaper
    (ANUPM147)               – Tool Sets – drill bits, sockets,
                               wrench sets
                             – Safety – respirators, gloves,
                               goggles, suits
                             – Kits – contain calibrated,
                               inspected, bulk, tool sets
             Types of Assets (cont’d)
• Facilities                      • Special Assets
   –   HVAC                         – Sensors, monitoring
   –   Power distribution             equipment
   –   Lighting                     – CMA equipment
   –   Safety concerns              – IPP equipment
   –   Miscellaneous repairs to     – Cranes
       buildings                    – Critical infrastructure
                                       • Locks
                                       • Dams and hydropower assets
                                       • Dredge barges
  USAF FEM Mission Areas

                     Tool Rooms


           FEM     GSE


Systems                    Facilities

                   USAF Depots
        Air Logistics Centers - IPE

• Industrial Plant Equipment (IPE) functionality is used
  to track and maintain industrial plant equipment.
• IPE items are typically large, stationary machines that
  support heavy industrial processes, such as lathes, drill
  presses, stationary grinders, milling machines and dust
• FEM is used to manage work performed on IPE assets
  (unscheduled repairs, preventive maintenance, large
   Air Logistics Centers - PMEL
• Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory (PMEL)
  functionality is used to support calibration of a wide range
  of equipment including avionics test gear, diagnostic tools
  and test equipment, and hand tools (Metrology).
• This functionality is used to perform item induction,
  calibration, management, quality assurance, billing and
  item shipment, including both Contractor and Organic
• FEM manages the PMEL business process – recall,
  tracking asset thru Lab, capturing work performed
  (technician, labor hours, parts, standards, etc.).
• The PMEL quality module provides both In-Process
  Reviews (IPR) and Quality Process Reviews (QPR).
      Air Logistics Centers - GSE
• Ground Support Equipment (GSE) functionality
  supports the tracking and maintenance of “yellow
  gear”, including tractors, lighting, ventilation,
  generators, and other mobile/portable equipment that
  directly supports aircraft maintenance.
• USAF FEM supports tracking, maintenance and
  movement (dispatching) of GSE and positioning of
  GSE at aircraft as required.
• FEM also provides Quality Assurance functionality for
  contractor work related to GSE.
Air Logistics Centers - Tools
– Tool functionality supports accountability of portable
  tools and tool kits. A wide range of functionality is
  used to perform issue, tracking, check in, kitting,
  ordering, repair, management, quality assurance and
  disposal of tools and consumables.
– Kitting functionality includes templates to build tool
– Inventory management supports stocking and re-
  stocking of bulk, special, and unique tools,
  consumables, and safety items.
– USAF FEM includes checks and balances for Foreign
  Material Exclusion (FME) from aircraft.
– Integration with PMEL ensures Test Measurement &
  Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) tools are tracked and
  calibrated on schedule.
      Air Logistics Centers - OM
• Owner Maintenance (OM) functionality is
  used to track a variety of assets that must
  have certification of maintenance.
• Examples of assets managed via owner
  maintenance include:
  –   Lifting slings
  –   Timers
  –   Industrial ovens
  –   Process fixtures
  –   Centrifuges
  –   Power supplies
Air Logistics Centers - Facilities
• Facilities functionality supports the tracking
  of a wide variety of projects at the USAF
• Examples of FEM facilities projects
  – Construction of non-real assets (e.g., lay down
    or staging area)
  – Relocation of equipment from one building to
AFTAC FEM Mission Area

   FEM                   Devices

  AFTAC - Monitoring Equipment
• Configuration Management
  – Hierarchical relationships between components
  – Integration with Engineering processes
• Maintenance Management
  – Planning and executing routine maintenance
  – Managing repairs (rotating assets)
  – Integration with Engineering processes
• Inventory Management
  – Tracking spare parts
  – Ordering parts
  – Shipping support (labels, tracking packages)
Examples of AFTAC Equipment
US Army FEM Mission Areas


           FEM               Facilities


External                         CMA

                  Army Depots
            Army Depots - IPE

• Army Industrial Plant Equipment (IPE) is similar
  to IPE managed by USAF and NAVSEA
• Army FEM is used to manage work performed on
  IPE assets (unscheduled repairs, preventive
• Equipment Utilization functionality is used to
  track the utilization of IPE
   – Utilization tracked on an as needed basis (daily,
     weekly, monthly)
   – Utilization rates can be viewed on-line or via reports
     and compared to utilization objectives
      Army Depots - Facilities
• Army Facilities Management functionality
  is used to track and maintain real property
  assets such as buildings and grounds.
• At CCAD, facilities maintenance activities
  are tracked through the use of facility
  Service Orders (SO) and Individual Job
  Orders (IJO).
• Other Army depot sites are planning to use
  the SO and IJO processes.
Army Depots – Mobile Equipment
• Mobile equipment functionality is used to track
  and maintain mobile equipment such as forklifts,
  trucks, and other vehicles. Mobile equipment is a
  subset of personal property.
• FEM provides a dispatch process, and supports
  planned and corrective maintenance work.
• Equipment utilization functionality is used to track
  mobile equipment utilization and provides the
  capability to generate mobile equipment utilization
  reports (similar to IPE).
Army Depots – WHE and Contract Mgt.
 • Weight Handling Equipment (WHE)
   functionality is used to track inspections of
   wire ropes and hoist chains (similar to
   USAF and NAVSEA processes).
 • Contract Management functionality ties
   contracts, delivery orders, purchase orders
   to work orders for status and cost
                  Army IPP
• Installation Protection Program (IPP)
  functionality is used to track and maintain
  Installation Protection Program assets
• Examples of IPP assets:
  –   Chemical detection equipment
  –   Gas masks
  –   Protective gloves
  –   Protective suits
  –   Decontamination equipment
                   Army CMA
• Chemical Materials Agency (CMA) functionality
  is used to track and maintain CMA assets
  associated with the storage, treatment, and
  destruction of chemical materials (e.g., chemical
  munitions, vials):
   –   Mobile Munitions Assessment System
   –   Equipment trailers
   –   Storage racks
   –   X-ray equipment
   –   EOD equipment
   –   PINS
Example of CMA Equipment

            Portable Ionizing Neutron Spectrometer
PINS uses neutron particles to produce a unique energy spectrum given off by chemicals inside
a munition.

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  NAVSEA FEM Mission Areas


           FEM            WM



Systems                          L&H

                  Naval Shipyards
   Naval Shipyards – Tool Mgt.
• NAVSEA tool functionality supports
  accountability of portable tools and tool
• NAVSEA tool functionality is very similar
  to USAF tool functionality, however there
  are some process and software differences:
  –   Kitting
  –   Use of tool sets
  –   QA requirements
  –   Metrology integration
       Naval Shipyards – IPE
• NAVSEA Industrial Plant Equipment (IPE)
  functionality is used to track and maintain
  industrial plant equipment.
• These assets and system functionality are
  very similar to USAF and Army IPE.
• Naval shipyard IPE is categorized based
  primarily on acquisition cost
  – Plant property (capital equipment)
  – Minor property
  – Shop equipment
         Naval Shipyards – PE
• Portable Equipment (PE) functionality is
  used to track a variety of portable items that
  must be accounted for.
• Examples of PE items include:
  –   Welding and carbon arc equipment
  –   Cutting torches, gas bottles
  –   Portable lighting
  –   Casualty equipment
  –   Portable abrasive blast cabinets
         Naval Shipyards – L&H
• Lifting and Handling (L&H) functionality
  supports training, operation, availability planning,
  preventive and corrective maintenance,
  certification, and quality assurance for all forms of
  lifting and handling equipment:
   –   Mobile and stationary cranes
   –   Forklifts
   –   Slings, hooks
   –   Lifting fixtures
   –   Chain falls
• Plan to use Maximo Navigator and MS Project
• This functionality is under development
USACE FEM Mission Areas



           FEM                            Flood Control

                      Water Supply


                 USACE Civil Works
       USACE – Hydropower
• USACE operates large hydroelectric power
  plants, primarily in the Pacific NW.
• These asset intensive projects rely heavily
  on FEM to manage facility maintenance
  activities, with the goal of minimizing asset
• FEM is used to manage plant equipment,
  and generate equipment utilization reports.
• These projects rely on extensive inventories
  of maintenance parts, and FEM is used to
  manage these inventories.
        USACE – Recreation
• USACE operates a significant number of
  recreational facilities.
• FEM is used to manage and maintain
  various recreational assets:
  – Offices, bathrooms, and other facilities
  – Boat ramps, docks
  – Vehicles, such as pickup trucks, including
    utilization reports and tracking of fuel
      USACE – Water Supply
• USACE supports infrastructure that
  provides drinking water; FEM supports the
  maintenance of that infrastructure.
• Examples of water supply projects:
  – Washington Aqueduct - 180 million gallons of
    water per day to the DC area
  – Red River Chloride Control Project – reduce
    naturally occurring level of salt in the water to
    support agricultural, industrial, and potable
    water requirements
       USACE – Flood Control
• Preparation involves planning and implementing
  structural and nonstructural projects that will
  reduce the impact of floods and, in some cases,
  prevent them.
• The Corps has constructed and currently operates
  383 major lake and reservoir projects; maintains
  over 8,500 miles of levees and dikes; and has built
  hundreds of local flood protection projects. FEM
  is used to maintain these structural assets.
• In addition, emergency response after flooding
  requires equipment, which is also managed in
        USACE – Navigation
• Navigable waterways are extremely
  important for commerce. The USACE
  plays a major role in maintaining our
  nation’s waterways.
• Major navigation assets managed in FEM
  – Navigation locks (e.g., Mississippi River)
  – Dredge boats and barges
     USACE - Environmental
• The USACE also supports an environmental
  mission. An example of this is a salmon
  ladder used by migrating fish.
• FEM is used to maintain certain
  environmental assets.
• It is not uncommon for a particular site to
  support multiple missions (e.g., a
  hydropower dam with a fish ladder and a
  recreation area that also supports flood
  damage control).
       USACE FEM Summary
• Supports major maintenance projects
• Supports maintenance inventory management
• Tracks and manages IPE, provides reports
• Tracks vehicle utilization and type of fuel used,
  provides reports
• Tracks training requirements and certifications
  and projects required training
• Tracks training attendance
• Captures labor costs based on different overhead
  rates depending on user
        USAF FEM Architecture

•   Current MAXIMO version 6.2.2
•   Decentralized – database at each ALC
•   Using Workflow
•   Numerous interfaces (next slide)
        USAF FEM Interfaces

D038                          DIFMS
NIMMS                         DMAPS
               FEM App &
               Rpt Servers
 POI                          G035A

Q302           FEM DB         ACITS


AFCAV                         SBSS
     AFTAC FEM Architecture
• Current MAXIMO version 6.2.2
• Remote database (hosted at AISC)
• No interfaces with other systems
         Army FEM Architecture
•   Current MAXIMO version 6.2.3
•   Decentralized – database at each depot*
•   Using Workflow
•   Using HHTs
•   Interfaces – DPAS, AMCISS
       NAVSEA FEM Architecture
•   Current MAXIMO version 5.2*
•   Centralized – single database
•   Using HHTs
•   Interfaces – ATMS, POI
•   Citrix option available
•   Planning to use MS Project adapter and
    Maximo Navigator for L&H initiative
        USACE FEM Architecture
•   Current MAXIMO version 6.2
•   Centralized – single database
•   Interfaces (UPASS, APPMS, CEFMS)
•   Citrix option for low bandwidth circuits
1 COTS Solution - 5 Configurations
                   AFTAC FEM
                                       Army Corps of
Air Force FEM
                                       Engineers FEM

   Navy FEM                             Army FEM
      REUSABLE Business Processes, Configuration
  Modifications, and Lessons Learned between the Services

• Contract Management developed for Navy FEM
  was later incorporated into Army FEM
• Tools Management developed for Navy and Air
  Force FEM is being considered by other Services
• Kitting functionality developed for Navy and Air
  Force FEM is available for incorporation into Army
• Vehicle Utilization developed for Army FEM was
  incorporated into Navy and Army Corps of
  Engineers FEM
           Reusability (cont’d)

• Form Flow integration developed for Air Force and
  Army FEM is being considered by other Services
• Legacy system interface script development was
  reused throughout the Services
• Lessons Learned/Best Practices are shared through
  Team Meetings and FEM User Group Meetings
• FEM/MAXIMO is a very flexible application
• Reusability between Services has significantly
  reduced the overall cost of delivering these
• Learn about what the other Services are doing with
• Look for opportunities to share:
  –   Lessons learned
  –   Best practices
  –   Business process improvements
  –   Software

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