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					    Defense Contract
    Management Agency
    and the Defense
    Industrial Base
    Presented By:


    William V. Ennis
    DCMA Industrial Analysis Center
    Phone: 215-737-3397, DSN 444-3397
    FAX: 215-737-5361
    E-Mail: william.ennis@dcma.mill
    SIPRNET: dscp@dms.dscr.dla.smil.mil
              (Attn: DCMA)


Website:http://home.dcma.mil/cntr-dcmac-s/index.htm
                  DCMA Mission, Vision, and Goals

                      Mission:
Provide Customer-Focused Acquisition Support and
Contract Management Services to Ensure Warfighter
Readiness, 24/7, Worldwide

                      Vision:
An Indispensable Partner, Providing our Customers
Flexible and Responsive Contract Management and
Acquisition Life-Cycle Solutions. It starts with me.

                 Strategic Goals:
1. Deliver great customer service
2. Lead way to efficient and effective business processes
3. Enable DCMA people to excel

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                       Combat Support Agency

Provide Customer Focused Contract Management Services
  • Right Item = Quality
  • Right Time = On-Time Delivery/Acceleration
  • Right Price = Value for Money
  • Transportation – Intransit Visibility and Shipment Diversions
  • Industrial Base Analysis – Domestic and Offshore

  • Forward Logistics Support via Contingency Contracting Ops




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       CONUS Operations
           Three District Headquarters:
           - 65 Subordinate Commands
           - Over 900 Operating Locations




                                  DCMA
                                  East


DCMA
West



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                     Worldwide Operations



                                               ... . ..
                                            .... . .
                                Northern
                 .    .         Europe
                                              .. . ..
                                          . .. ... .. ..
                          Americas Southern
                                             .. . . .
                                                    . . ..
                                                   .. .. ...         .....
DCMDW
                 --- HQ DCMDI
                                                                     ..
                                  Europe

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         DCMDE
                                                                             Pacific



        ...... .. .                     .. . .
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                       .                              .          ..
                .. .                                 . .
                                                        Saudi


                        . .
                                                        Arabia


                   .
                   .. . .
                  . .. 5 CMOs with 32 Offices                    .      .
                                                                       ..
                            in 21 Countries
                                                                         .
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                    Support to Contingency Operations
                    Republic of Georgia


                          Turkey              Uzbekistan



                                           Afghanistan
Bosnia, Kosovo,                                            Philippines
Macedonia and
   Hungary

                                   Qatar
                     Djibouti
           Israel
                                Kuwait




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               Industrial Analysis Mission

                               Ensure US industrial base
                               is robust, competitive and
                                 technologically current
                                             -DSB
• Mission: Support Defense Department
  Industrial Capability/Surge Analyses for Major
  Weapon Systems Acquisition, Logistics and
  Readiness and Homeland Defense Programs
• Directly Supports DoD Initiatives

      Strengthen the
      Industrial Base
           - Wynne

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                  Industrial Analysis 101


• WHO: Private Firms, Organic Facilities,
  Academic institutions, R&D centers
• WHAT: Design, Develop, Manufacture, Upgrade,
  Maintain DoD Weapon Systems
• WHEN: Past, Present and Future
• WHERE: Domestic and International, i.e.,
  “Global”
• WHY: Assure Industrial Infrastructure that
  Supports National Security


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                         Applications

• Planning for and Maintaining Military Readiness
• Preservation of Essential/Unique Industrial
  Capabilities
• Critical Infrastructure Protection
• Informed Defense Industrial Base Investment
  Decisions
• Weapon System Economic/Cost Considerations
• Acquisition Strategies
• Supplier Reliability
• Maintaining Future Competition
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                Functions




Industry
            Industrial   Homeland
 Surge
           Assessment     Defense
Analysis




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                        Products


• Industrial Capability Assessments
• Industry Surge Analysis
• Critical Infrastructure Protection
• Technology Readiness Assessments
• Operations Analysis
• Financial and Economic Analysis



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          Industrial Capability Assessments



• Integrated and comprehensive analysis to
  assess industrial capability and financial
  viability risk of an industry sector, subsector,
  commodity or specific industrial site to meet
  current and future weapon systems acquisition
  requirements
  – Essential and Unique Skills, Technologies,
    Processes, Facilities/Equipment
  – Domestic and Foreign Alternate Sources of Supply

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              Industrial Surge Analysis

• Prime and Subtier Production Capabilities
• Manufacturing Capacity and Lead Times
• Production Rates (Current and Maximum)
• Critical Subcontractors
• Limiting Factors
• Investment Costs and Schedules

Decision Quality, Value Added Advice and Information


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                    Technology Readiness

• Systematic metrics/measurements system that
support assessments of the maturity of a specific
technology and the consistent comparison between
different types of technology.
    – Nine Levels
     –Basic Principles Observed
     –Concept Formulated
     –Experimental critical function or characteristic proof
     – of concept
     –Breadboard validation-lab environment
     –Breadboard validation-relevant environment
     –System model/prototype in relevant environment
     –System model/prototype in operational environment
     –Actual system complete,qualified and tested
     –Actual system proven through successful
     –mission operations
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                Homeland Defense Roles


• Defense Industrial Base Critical Asset
  Identification
• Defense Industrial Base Sector Characterization
• Business Base and Economic Analysis Modeling
• Vulnerability Assessments and Consequence
  Management
• Detailed Technology and Industrial Capability
  Risk Assessments

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               Homeland Defense Roles (cont.)

• Outreach and Training
   – DCMA field offices and Defense Department organizations
   – Defense Contractors

• Seek input from DIB non-cleared assets and report
  suspicious activities
• Correlate suspicious activities (non classified
  contracts) and determine whether specific and credible
  threats exist to that facility
• Advise specific industries and companies of potential
  specific threats to their people, plant, equipment, and
  supply chains

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                           Sectors

•   Aircraft
•   Ammunition
•   Armaments
                                      Programs,
•   Chemical/Biological Defense      Subsystems,
•   Combat Vehicles                  Components,
•   Communications/Electronics          Parts
•   IT
•   Missiles/Preferred Munitions
•   Ships
•   Space
•   Soldier Systems
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Workload




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                   Customers

    OSD                              WARFIGHTERS
   ODUSD IP                        Joint Staff (J4,J-5 ,J8 )
   OASD C3I                        Combatant Commands
   OASD HA                      Joint Ordnance Commanders
   OASD P&E


   ARMY                                  NAVY
    ASA ALT          AFMC                ASN RDA
    HQ AMC                               DON CIAO
   Army CIAO                              NAVAIR
Army War College                          NAVSEA
                                         JPO-STC

AIR FORCE            OTHER               USMC
     AF CIAO          MDA     DLA         HQ
     AFMC             DSS     DIA         AAAV Program
                      DTRA DHS
                      NATIBO USACE
                      Coast Guard
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                             Summary

    The Health of the Industrial Base is a
         High Departmental Priority

• Weapon System Industrial, Technology, and
  Financial Capability Analysis
    Effective Risk Management
    Informed Industrial Base Investment Decisions

• Industry Surge Analysis
    Warfighter Planning and Operations

• Homeland Defense
    Critical Infrastructure Protection


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    Defense Contract
    Management Agency
    and the Defense
    Industrial Base
    Presented By:


    William V. Ennis
    DCMA Industrial Analysis Center
    Phone: 215-737-3397, DSN 444-3397
    FAX: 215-737-5361
    E-Mail: william.ennis@dcma.mill
    SIPRNET: dscp@dms.dscr.dla.smil.mil
              (Attn: DCMA)


Website:http://home.dcma.mil/cntr-dcmac-s/index.htm

				
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