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									UID Breakout Session



           Bruce Propert
   bruce.propert@saalt.army.mil
UID Critical Issues
        Critical Issues

   UID Registry Concept Definition
     – Brainstorming Session
     – Integrate with Logistics, Property, Finance, and Acquisition
   Data Capture
     – Develop a strategy to build support for data capture requirements in
       relation to other initiatives
   Enabling an Integrated Digital Environment with Industry for
    Government Furnished Property
     – Brainstorming Session with AIA
     – Industry Collaboration Meeting (AIA, GEIA. NDIA, other Industry
       Assns.)
   UID End to End Process
     – Data and Process View
     – Systems View
   Coordination of Military and Intra-DoD Emerging UID Policies
   Development of Program Strategies for Deployment to Legacy
                 UID Registry


                                                      (The Rules)
    Top Level                                              UID Registry




    Second Level


                 People           Places            Assets                Services             Groups             Events
                Registry         Registry          Registry               Registry             Registry           Registry
                                                   (Things)
                                                    Keys


    Lower Levels

  Acquisition      The UID      Property         The UID        GFP Asset              The UID        Full Cost
                 Common Key   Accountability   Common Key        Registry            Common Key      Accounting
                               Equipment
Parent
                                  Parts
                                                 Master
Child                                           Property
                                Materials                            Parent
                                                 Plans               Child
                    DMLS
    FMS
   Country                                                                            Depots
UID and the Network and Information
      Integration (NII) Initiative
 NII Vision


             Power to the Edge

People throughout the trusted, dependable and
  ubiquitous network are empowered by their
ability to access information and recognized for
             the inputs they provide.

            Three goals:
               –Build the net
               –Populate it
               –Protect it
                Net-Centric Enterprise Services
                        Support real-time & near-real-time warrior needs, and business users

                                                                                 DoD (Title 10)                                                                                                                    IC (Title 50)
                              Business Domains                                                                             Warfighter Domains                                                                   National Intelligence
Users                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Domain




                                                                                             Accounting & Finance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    IC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Domain/

                                                            Strategic Planning
                         Human Resource




                                                                                                                                                                                      Precision Logistics
        & Environment




                                                                                                                                                     Force Application
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Org Spaces
                          Management


                                              Acquisition
         Installation




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  COI




                                                                                                                      Command &
                                                                 & Budget




                                                                                                                                   Battlespace
                                                                                 Logistics




                                                                                                                                   Awareness
                                                                                                                       Command




                                                                                                                                                                         Protection
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Capabilities


                                          COI’s                                                                                                  COI’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Levels of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Services
                                    Business Lead                                                                                 Warfighter Lead
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Above Core
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Level


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ICSIS
                                                                 User                                               Storage                         Messaging                                               IA/Security         Community
        Application                                             Assistant
                                                       IA/Security                                                                                                                                                              Space
                                  IA/Security                             IA/Security           ESM
        IA/Security                                       ESM
                                     ESM                                     ESM
                  ESM                                                                 Enterprise
                       Discovery            Collaboration         Mediation                                                                                                                                                    Technical
                                                                                        Service
                                                                                      Management
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Infrastructure
                      IA/Security             IA/Security        IA/Security
                                                                                        (ESM)                                                                                                                                   Domain
                         ESM                     ESM                ESM
                                                                                      IA/Security
                                                                                 Core Enterprise Services (CES)
                    Transformational Communications (TC) & Computing Infrastructure
        A Net-Centric DoD

   An engineered, DoD-wide infrastructure (robust, COTS-based,
    sustainable environment) supporting:
   Faster application implementation
     – Fewer dollars for application integration
   (Technical) ability to access the data you need anytime and anyplace
     – Less dependency on others and/or software to “find” or translate
        information
   Collaboration
     – Better understanding of how to collaborate effectively
     – Tools that meet organizational needs
   Shortened timelines between recognizing the need for change and
    integrating a new capability into the operational force (agility)
     – IT isn’t the long-pole on organizational change/implementing new
        capabilities
RFID/UID Process Integration
           UID and RFID Integration

                      2004 Actions – Supplier Focus
Priority   Task #                                   Task Description

             1      Develop a joint set of RFID & UID scenarios/trigger events separate from the
   1                RFID-unique events

             2      Explore additional refinements to re-engineering of receipt, inspection, acceptance
                    & pay to add RFID requirements & explore architecture solutions for the scenarios
   1
            2a      Explore value in capturing RFID data traceability as part of WAWF requirements


   1         3      Develop a tighter integration between MIL-STD-129 and -130L


             4      Scenarios need to address nesting of shipment data
   2
             5      Develop an integrated data flow to connect UID to RFID. Goal is to streamline
   3                RFID adoption by industry

             6      Explore solutions & business rules to operationalize the above
   3
   3
            Integration of MIL-STD-129 & -130 &
            Defense Transportation Regulation

               Concerns                                           Ideas
 Intersection with engineering and             Need to design new “to be” process
configuration management                           - Consistent use of enterprise identifier &
    - Confusion introduced with UID – Design       part identifying number
    Agent versus Manufacturer                   Standardize vendor flow down
 Not a guaranteed data environment                - Establish Joint govt/industry working
     - PM discretion widely applied                group)
 Human readable requirements                   Move Guidance from -130 to DFAR
unconstrained                                  Clause
 Some examples are confusing: -130             Recognize & rationalize interests of
is not strategic but focuses on tactical       Property, Packaging & Configuration
 Separating policy, policy source,            Management stakeholders: Involves
guidance: need integration across              warehousing, transportation, and
receipt, inspection, acceptance and pay        maintenance
process
DFARS
              FAR/DFAR Spiral

                                                  June 04

   1/04     2/04       3/04   4/04     5/04      6/04                7/04                8/04    9/04       10/04          11/04
   12/04




                                                  Final Rule
  Interim DFARS Rule                                                                            August 04
  UID 2003-D081




                                                                            Final Rule
      Proposed DFARS Rule
UID Wide Area Work Flow                                                                                                      Dec
                                                                                                                             04




                                                                                                                                                January „05
                                                                                                                                   Final Rule
                          Proposed DFARS
 RFID       Rule

                                                 May 04                                                 Oct 04




                                                                                                              Final Rule
                   Proposed FAR Rule
 FAR 45 and 52 re-write
                                                                                                                            Dec
                                                               August 04                                                    04




                                                                                                                                   Final Rule
                                              Proposed DFARS Rule
UID Legacy Govt Property
     Commercial Products and UID



UID Required
 Explore UID equivalent possibilities
 Explore application of the physical marks by
   – Prime contractor
   – Government
 Outsource marking capability
No UID Required
 Commercially acceptable mark required
          Embedded UIDs



Step 1 – Systems engineering, logistics, program
  management experts identify items requiring UID*
Step 2 – UID migration strategy is negotiated with
  contractor
Step 3 – UID is an enabler to integrate configuration
  management, supply chain, maintenance etc.
  information
*Consider Plant-wide Single Process Initiative
Item Marking, Reading, Scanning
      Item Marking, Reading, Scanning

 Marking Standards Update
 UID Equivalents Process
 Interoperable UID Algorithm
 UID Process Views
   – Vendor Perspective
   – Receipt & Acceptance
           Marking Standards Update

Problem:
    AREA               DoD UID POLICY                              ATA SPEC 2000
Syntax     Uses ISO/IEC 15434 headers, separators   Only uses field separator in message string –
           and trailers for unambiguous message     ambiguity exists for beginning and end of
           string – no ambiguity                    message

Solution: Seek incorporation of Text Element Identifiers in ISO/IEC 15434
    28 January 2004 – DoD New Work Item Proposal submitted to the U. S. TAG
     specifically asks a new format code be added to ISO/IEC 15434 to support
     the use of Text Element Identifiers
    Request was made specifically to facilitate the Department's UID initiative
     and bring about interoperability in the marking of tangible items with its
     aerospace suppliers.


Issue: Will Defense aerospace companies use the DoD interim format code of “DD” or a
new format code if approved by JTC1 Subcommittee 31?
Impact: Might eventually require redundant marking of some items also sold to
commercial customer by aerospace suppliers.
           DoD UID Equivalents – Process Steps

                                           Biennial review of
                                           continued need for
                                             UID equivalents




    Identifier is            Verification that            UID Equivalent
   nominated by              identifier meets            approved for use/
      sponsor              equivalence criteria            continued use
Nomination submitted to:
Mr. Robert Leibrandt
OUSD(AT&L)/DPAP
Room 3C128                   UID Equivalent
3620 Defense Pentagon      description posted
Washington, DC 20301        to UID Web Site
robert.leibrandt@osd.mil



                           UID Type assigned
                             to Equivalent in
                              MI&R* Report
                                                                             UID – Unique Identification
                                                                             MI&R – Materiel Inspection &
                                                                                     Receiving
      DoD UID Equivalents – Criteria

Criteria for Determining DoD UID Equivalence
 Must contain an enterprise identifier, which is assigned by
  a registration or controlling authority
 Must uniquely identify an individual item within an
  enterprise identifier, product or part number
 Must have an existing Data Identifier (DI) or Application
  Identifier (AI) listed in ANSI MH10.8.2, Data Identifier and
  Application Identifier Standard
         DoD UID Equivalents

Identifiers Meeting the Equivalence Criteria
 Global Individual Asset Identifier (GIAI), EAN.UCC
  (Application Identifier: 8004; Data Identifier: 1B)
 Global Returnable Asset Identifier (GRAI), EAN.UCC
  (Application Identifier: 8003; Data Identifier: 1B or 5B)
 Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), ISO 3779 (Data
  Identifier: I)
 Electronic Serial Number (ESN, for cellular telephones
  only), TIA (Data Identifier: 22S; Application Identifier:
  8002)
Issue: None
Impact: Enables the use of existing unique identifiers in commercial use.
                      Interoperable UID Programming Algorithm
                                       21                                    Construct the UID
                                                                              UID = 01 + 21
                          Read
               05        Code 21,     8004                                                                    Transfer the
                                                                      Constructed UID equivalent (GIAI)
                          8004,                                                                               UID to AIS
                          8003,
                                      8003
                                                                     Constructed UID equivalent (GRAI)
                           8002
                                      8002
                                                                      Constructed UID equivalent (ESN)

                                      18S                                Add the IAC for CAGE to
                                                                          Form the Complete UID
                        Read Code
Read Format   06                      25S
                        18S, 25S,                                             Constructed UID
   Code
                         S, I, 22S,
                                                       17V or
                        1B, or 5B                                            Construct the UID                Transfer the
                                             Read Code 12V
                                       S                               UID = IAC + 17V/12V + 1P + S           UID to AIS
                                             17V, 12V,
                                              or 18V                         Construct the UID
                                                        18V                 UID = 18V + 1P + S
  Indicates UID Construct #1
                                       I                              Constructed UID equivalent (VIN)
  Indicates UID Construct #2
  Indicates a UID that requires       22S
   only the addition of the IAC                                       Constructed UID equivalent (ESN)
  Indicates a UID equivalent
                                      1B                          Constructed UID equivalent (GIAI or GRAI)

                                       5B
                                                                     Constructed UID equivalent (GRAI)

                                      SER                                  Construct the UID
                                                                        UID = IAC + MFR + SER
                        Read Code                                                                             Transfer the
              DD                      USN                       Add the IAC for CAGE to Form the Complete
                        SER, USN,                                                                             UID to AIS
                                                                                  UID
                         or UCN
                                      UCN                                    Construct the UID
                                                                          UID = IAC + SPL + UCN

      Issue: AIT devices/Computers must be able to distinguish between formats.
      Impact: Interoperable reading of alternative syntax codes.
          UID Vendor Perspective



    Contract           Determine         Determine              Create           Make Item
     Award             what items        mark                   MBOM and                                Functional
                       need to be        method and             MPP                                       Inspect
                       marked            location


          Buy Item             Subcontract                                             Record UID,
                                                      Receiv          Retrieve
                               SOW with UID                                            Integrate into
                                                      e               from
                               Requirements                                            end Product
                                                      Inspect         Stock
                                                      & Store

          Mark Item,          Record UID                              Ship,
                                                     Final
          Capture             Data Delivery       Inspection
                                                                      DD250
          UID(s)              Requirements




  MBOM – Manufacturing Bill Of Materials
  MPP – Manufacturing Process Planning

Issue: Existing marking processes must be able to accommodate UID requirements.
Impact: Existing investments in marking infrastructure are leveraged.
        UID Receipt and Acceptance Process




Issue: Existing marking processes must be able to accommodate UID requirements.
Impact: Existing investments in marking infrastructure are leveraged.
End To End Process
                     Leveraging UID Data Capture/Use
                                                                                         User



                                       Systems Design,        Inspection/         Transportation/                              Disposal/
 Requirements        Acquisition       Development and        Acceptance/           Transfer of
                                                                                    Ownership
                                                                                                                                 Sale
                                         Manufacture            Receipt
                                                                                                          M,R&O
Level 1
Processes
 Requirements Mgmt   Supplier Mgmt    Configuration Mgmt       Inspection          Loading            Repair                 Consumption
                     Procurement      Inventory Mgmt           Acceptance          Hauling            Upgrade/Modification   Demilitarize
                     Inventory Mgmt   Manufacturing            Receiving           Tracking           Preventative Maint.    FMS
                     Contracts Mgmt   Part Marking             Payment             Unloading          Failure Analysis       Intra-gov’t transfer
                                      Assembly                 Validation          Inventory Mgmt     Inventory Mgmt         Inter-gov’t transfer
                                      Packaging                                    Property Mgmt      Marking/Remarking      Scrap
                                      Distribution/Shipping                        X-fer Ownership    Configuration Mgmt

Level 2
Processes


Identify UID items   Solicitations    Mark                    Populate Registry   Update PM system Update Registry           Update Registry
                     Contracts        Scan                    Update Inventory    Update Inventory     Update Inventory      Update Inventory
                     Trace-ability    Populate Ship Notice                        Populate Trans. Doc. Update Maint. DB      Record in PM system
                                      Populate DID/CDRL                                                Update CM system
                                      Populate CM system                                               Update PM system
Level 3
UID Transactions
Systems Engineering
     Systems Engineering Guidance

 Updating list of Government/Industry standards,
  handbooks, DoD Acquisition Guide, and Data Item
  Descriptions that affect UID.
 Working guidance issue with GEIA on GEIA
  Handbook 649
   – Projected completion in December 2005 unacceptable
   – Estimated cost to pay for the rewrite also considered
     excessive burden on the government
                     Leveraging UID Data Capture/Use in the
                     Systems Engineering Environment
                                                                                         User



                                      Systems Design,         Inspection/         Transportation/                             Disposal/
 Requirements        Acquisition      Development and         Acceptance/           Transfer of
                                                                                    Ownership
                                                                                                                                Sale
                                       Manufacture              Receipt
                                                                                                         M,R&O
Level 1
Processes
 Requirements Mgmt   Supplier Mgmt    Configuration Mgmt       Inspection          Loading           Repair                 Consumption
                     Procurement      Inventory Mgmt           Acceptance          Hauling           Upgrade/Modification   Demilitarize
                     Inventory Mgmt   Manufacturing            Receiving           Tracking          Preventative Maint.    FMS
                     Contracts Mgmt   Part Marking             Payment             Unloading         Failure Analysis       Intra-gov’t transfer
                                      Assembly                 Validation          Inventory Mgmt    Inventory Mgmt         Inter-gov’t transfer
                                      Packaging                                    Property Mgmt     Marking/Remarking      Scrap
                                      Distribution/Shipping                        X-fer Ownership   Configuration Mgmt

Level 2
Processes


Identify UID items   Solicitations    Mark                    Populate Registry   Update PM system Update Registry          Update Registry
                     Contracts        Scan                    Update Inventory    Update Inventory     Update Inventory     Update Inventory
                     Trace-ability    Populate Ship Notice                        Populate Trans. Doc. Update Maint. DB     Record in PM system
                                      Populate DID/CDRL                                                Update CM system
                                      Populate CM system                                               Update PM system
Level 3
UID Transactions
      Leveraging UID Data Capture/Use in the
      Systems Engineering Environment

 Work with GEIA on the prior process model resulted in
  the following matrix of UID policy impact areas:
    Process Area                               Mandatory        Optional
                                               Considerations   Considerations

    Manufacturing, Assembly and Part Marking   7                2

    Requirements Management                    7                1

    Supplier Management                        4                3

    Configuration Management                   3                3

    Inventory Management                       4                3

    Packaging, Distribution and Shipment       3                0

    Repair and Preventative Maintenance        2                2

    Modification and Upgrade                   2                1

    Failure Analysis                           1                2
Maintenance
       UID Maintenance Implementation

Description of Effort
   Define a methodology for implementing UID in the maintenance
    environment.
   Operate as a sub-group to the Maintenance Senior Steering Group
    (MSSG) (JRIB-UID Charter).
   Briefing to Service logisticians at MTSSG, January 7, 2004.
   Taskers to Services/Depot Activities signed by Mr. Mason to provide
    feedback assessment of capabilities to institute UID by January
    2005. (Manufactured items only).
   MPP&R as part of UID and RFID implementation is working to
    coordinate and facilitate depot maintenance actions.
   MPP&R reports back to JRIB-UID depot maintenance status.
       UID Maintenance Implementation

Deliverables/Timeline/Status
   Services/Depots Activities assessments – February 2004
   Initial Depot Maintenance IPT – March 9, 2004
     – ICW UID Workshop
   Quarterly reports of Depots UID efforts will be provided to JRIB
   Depot Activities Implement UID – January 2005
     – Manufactured Items Only
   Approved Logistics Decision/Policy Memorandum – TBD
   Depot Activities Implement Full-up UID of all candidates – TBD
Next Steps
      Communication and Outreach

 Currently working on a more comprehensive
  communication and outreach plan
    – Improve international involvement with regular, focused
      conference calls to educate and increase presence of UID
    – International UID communication and outreach to date or
      planned:
       •   UK             • Sweden
       •   Canada         • France
       •   Korea          • 21 Nation Memorandum of
       •   Australia        Understanding (MOU) Group
 US-based industry and professional associations are
  engaged
 Efforts are underway to reach international associations
 How can the JRIB members help promote
  communication and outreach?
            UID Policy Implementation Timeline

Communication and Outreach Events
   Implementation Working Group (IWG) Conference Call                       - 25 February 2004
   National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Panel Discussion          - 01 March 2004
   Association for Automatic Identification and Mobility (AIM) Conference   - 09 March 2004
   Defense Logistics Management Standards Office (DLMSO)
    MILS Conference                                                          - 09-10 March 2004
   UID International Conference Call                                        - March 2004
   UID Industry Roundtable                                                  - March 2004
   DoD RFID Summit for Industry 2004                                        - April 2004
   UID Industry Forum                                                       - April 2004
   MoD/DoD Discussions – UID Collaboration                                  - April 2004




    A summary of all past communication and outreach
         events is available on the UID website:
                    www.uniqueid.org
SubGroups
     Four UID Breakout Groups


 UID Readers, Printers, Scanners
   – Language of the Mark
   – Acquisition Infrastructure
   – Hardware
 Systems Engineering/Configuration Management
 Draft UID Legacy Equipment Policy
 Receipt/Accept/Inspect/Pay Process Re-engineering

								
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