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									     Class I Executive Agent

Efficient, Effective… …End-to-End Support of the Warfighter

• Background and history
• Governance and structure
• Working groups
• Troop Support Planners
• ROC Drill results
• Plan, source, make gaps
• IT initiatives
• Industrial Base Planning
• DoDD 5101.10 progress
• Roadmap
• The way ahead…
                 Executive Agency History

• Issue originated in FLOW 1999… “EA is an operational concern”
• OSD sponsored EA Rapid Improvement Team - May 2001
  – Proposed model for improving Executive Agent “return on
• FLOW 2001 (Oct 2001) final outcome
  – Executive Agency assessed / ranked as #1 FLOW 2001 issue
• OSD (L&MR) 2002 EA taskings – develop Class I, III, IV, & VIII
• Class I, IV and VIII E2E ROC Drills executed by Aug 2005
  – Developing governance & standardized process with JIPT
• DLA appointed EA for CL I; DoDD 5101.10, dated 27 SEP 2004
             Executive Agent Defined

An EA is the head of a DoD component to
whom The Secretary Of Defense (SECDEF) Or
The Deputy Secretary Of Defense (DEPSECDEF)
has assigned specific responsibilities, functions,
and authorities to provide defined levels of
support for operational missions, or
administrative or other designated activities
that involve two or more of the DoD
                           - DoDD 5101.1
                             Subject: Executive Agency
                             3 Sep 2002
                      EA Governance and Structure
                                          DoD EA
                            Director, Defense Logistics Agency

                               EA Execution Authority
                                 Commander, DSCP

                                   EA Program Office
                                         CL I

 TSP        TSP           TSP          TSP            TSP            TSP       TSP

                            Joint Subsistence Policy Board

 Strategic Planning   Program Management             Info Systems      Policy/Doctrine
        WG                    WB                      & Arch WG         Review WG
                                  DPO Distribution WG
                                           EA Class I
                                      Office Organization
                                          EA Program Chief
                                         LCDR Russell Czack
                All COCOMs
                  covered                                                        Industrial Base
                                         Program Manager
                                           Cathie Sexton

                    Project Manager                            Distribution Analyst     TRANSCOM
                      Sean Wood                                   Anne DiSciullo

   Planner        Planner      Planner        Planner          Planner        Planner        Planner
  Marhelia         Gene        Helene          Paula           Thomas         Timothy        Robert
Bynum-Tillman      Boss        Tunney         Quinones        Dougherty       McMinn        Thompson

  JFCOM          CENTCOM       SOCOM         SOUTHCOM         NORTHCOM        PACOM          EUCOM
                     Troop Support Planner

• Principle DSCP Supply Chain planner in support of EA
  – Assigned to individual COCOM
• Coordinates with DLA LNO, DSCPP, DSCPE and
  COCOM Planners
  – Evaluates theater contingency/operation plans, assesses DSCP’s level
    of support
• Translates COCOM needs into actionable solutions
• Represents DSCP Supply Chain in COCOM and Service
  exercises, TPFDD, Force Flow, and sustainment conferences
  – Recent examples: RSOI and TPFDD planning conference, Bright Star,
    Castle Quest and Ardent Sentry
                          EA ROC Drills

• Opportunity to review E2E supply chain in support of
  COCOM contingency/operational plans and jointly
  identify gaps and seams
• Class I & IV ROC Drill held Jan 2005
  – Co-hosted with TRANSCOM, DDC
  – Deliver gaps identified – DPO ownership
• Class I & IV ROC Drill held Aug 2005
  – Plan, Make, Source gaps identified
• Class I, II & IV ROC Drill held May 2007
  – Involved PACOM, SOUTHCOM and FEMA
  – Focus on Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief
• EA Working Groups focused on resolution of gaps
• Recommendations forwarded to JIPTs for approval and
                       Plan, Source, and Make Gaps

                           Joint Subsistence Policy Board

  Strategic Planning WG        Program Management WG        Policy/Doctrine Review WG

• Realignment                   • Contract management       • Bottled water
• Industry/customer base        • Inventory management      • Feeding Plan
                                • Funding
                                • E2E Supply Chain –
                                • Adequate personnel
                                • Class I training

 Gaps are identified during ROC Drills, exercises and planning conferences
  then assigned to the appropriate working group to formulate resolution
                              IT Initiatives

• Common Food Management System
  – Concept Demo FY08
  – Full operating capability FY11
• Integrated Consumable Item Support (ICIS) Model
  – Time Phased Force and Deployment Data (TPFDD) Editor
  – Coordinating with DLA HQ and SPAWAR to allow requirement vs. on-hand
    inventory and due-in data computation via SPIDERS feed
• Node Management and Deployable Depot (NoMaDD)
  – Coordinating with DLA HQ on ACTD
  – Integration of BCS3 functionality with GTN surface cargo data and RF-ITV
    server feeds
  – End-2-End Supply Chain ITV and TAV capabilities
• Support Planning Integrated Data Enterprise Readiness System
  – Industrial Based Extension (IBex) planning tool
  – Mission Tracking, Virtual Wartime Visibility, Container Calculator
• “…keeping pace with modern evolving commercial technology and
  practices.” (EA CONOPS, 2002)
              Industrial Base Planning

• IBP link between Service/COCOM
  requirements and industry capability
• Fully funded through Warstopper Program
  – Government Furnished Equipment to support surge
  – Industry agreements (MOU, MOA, BPA, etc.)
• Industrial Base Extension (IBex) maintains
  visibility of OCONUS industry capabilities,
  ensuring global support of operations and
  – Periodic testing based on OPLAN or scenario
     EA for Subsistence
Responsibilities and Functions
 DoD Executive Agent: The Head of a DoD Component to whom the
 Secretary of Defense or the Deputy Secretary of Defense has
 assigned specific responsibilities, functions, and authorities to
 provide defined levels of support for operational missions, or
 administrative or other designated activities that involve two or more
 of the DoD Components. (DODD 5101.1 Sep 2002)
  ● DODD 5101.1 provides overarching policy guidance for EA assignments
    …addresses need to minimize duplication or redundancy
  ● DODD 5101.10 directs the EA for Subsistence to... develop and
    implement plans, procedures, and DLA resource requirements for
    subsistence support. Identifies a number of issues for the EA to address
    in the following categories
     −War Reserve Stocks               − Common Food Management System
     −Joint Subsistence Policy Board   − Improved Supply Chain Integration

 • OSD Designated DLA as EA for Subsistence - 27 Sep 04
 • DLA Delegated EA Authority to DSCP - 13 Dec 04
                         DODD 5101.10
                        EA Class I Progress

5.2.1 - “In coordination...develop and implement subsistence
support plans, procedures, and DLA resource requirements.”
– ROC Drills in January and August of 2005 and May of 2007
– Joint Subsistence Policy Board (JSPB) meets quarterly
– Troop Support Planners (TSP) paired with COCOMs

5.2.2 - “Plan for, procure, manage, distribute, and insure the
wholesomeness of subsistence products throughout the supply
chain. Deliver items to locations as mutually agreed to.”
– Subsistence Prime Vendor (SPV) in-theater support
– Asset visibility with TRANSCOM as DPO
– KOs and CORs work with customer
– Class I DSCT in-theater, OIF and OEF
                         DODD 5101.10
                        EA Class I Progress
5.2.3 - “Maintain authorized war reserve stocks.”
–   MOAs with all Services
–   PREPO vessels and land-based depots (CONUS and OCONUS)
–   DSCP works with Industrial Base, rotates stock and issues rations
–   Flexible locations and levels
–   MOA to PBA

5.2.4 - “Plan, develop, fund, implement, and maintain
the CFMS.”
– CFMS will replace all current food management systems
– Design and development contract awarded in 2005
– Integrated Product Teams (IPT) and steering committee (JSPB)
– Operational pilot scheduled for FY08
– Full Operational Capability (FOC) by October 2011
– Funded through FY13
                          DODD 5101.10
                         EA Class I Progress

5.2.5 - “Establish a Joint Subsistence Policy Board...
for planning, coordinating, and resolving subsistence-
related issues.”
– Representatives from each Service
– Inter-service cooperation and coordination
– Meets on a quarterly basis
– IPT for resolution of gap/seams

5.2.6 - “Foster greater supply chain integration by
assuming mission transfers.”
– Procures and distributes bottled water in-theater
   • Doctrine is/was ROWPU, bulk water storage and issue
– Retail storage of Service-owned OPRATS
   • Climate controlled storage facilities (extended shelf-life)
                         DODD 5101.10
                        EA Class I Progress

5.2.7 - “Coordinate with the Defense Commissary Agency,
Service Exchanges, and other entities on matters of mutual
support in overseas locations.”
– DSCP and DeCA use same shipping contracts for OCONUS locations
– DeCA offers FF&V to co-located DFACs
– MOAs for future mutual support

5.2.8- “Provide support to non-traditional organizations, as
– Class I support to FEMA (Katrina, Rita)
   • MREs, commercial shelf-stable meals, bottled water
   • Utilized DSCP’s Industrial Base Extension
– Joint development of infant and elderly support packages
– Stock/manage FEMA-owned MREs
                                                 EA Class I Roadmap

   EA Responsibilities *                 1-2 Year Plan (05-06)                  3-5 Year Plan (07-09)            6-10 Year Plan (10-14)
  5.2.1 In coordination with the      – Establish supply chain              –   Organize and participate in      –   Establish capability to
      Secretaries of the Military       readiness standards & metrics           ROC Drills within each               sense requirements in
      Departments and the               reporting and communications            combatant command                    advance of need
      Chairman of the Joint Chiefs      tool for continuous readiness       –   Participate in Sustainment       –   Establish funding to allow
      of Staff, develop and             assessment                              Conferences integrating              obligation for anticipated
      implement plans,                – Establish an operational                TPFDD planning process               surge requirements
      procedures; and DLA               relationship between the EA         –   Develop E2E Supply Chain
      resource requirements for         and the supported Combatant             Planning Tool, integrating
      subsistence support               Commands                                TPFDD requirements, SOH,

                                      – Increase operational                –   Ensure E2E supply chain          –   Common Food
  5.2.2 Plan for, procure, manage,                                              support by continuous                Management System fully
                                        capabilities at theater level for
      distribute, and insure the                                                planning and coordinating            operational Service-wide
                                        distribution of surge and
      wholesomeness of                                                          with COCOM planners,
                                        sustainment materiel
      subsistence products                                                      TRANSCOM, and Industry           –   Develop a system that
      throughout the supply chain.    – Develop and implement prime                                                  enables joint total asset
      Deliver items to locations as     vendor contracts to provide         –   Build system and information         visibility and in-transit
      mutually agreed to by the         delivery and retail storage as          functionality and capabilities       visibility
      Military Services, the            far forward as agreed to by the         to support a cohesive E2E
      Combatant Commands, and           Military Services, the                  supply chain
      the DoD EA for Subsistence        Combatant Commands, and
                                        the DoD EA

* DoDD 5101.10 mandates
                                              EA Class I Roadmap

   EA Responsibilities *               1-2 Year Plan (05-06)                  3-5 Year Plan (07-09)              6-10 Year Plan (10-14)
  5.2.3 Maintain authorized war    – Coordinate authorized MRE WR         –   Automate WR inventory              –   Partner with industry to
      reserve stocks                 levels with DoD component                reporting based on BSM data            develop next generation
                                     services                             –   Allow Services direct visibility       MRE products
                                   – Assess industry capability to meet       of WR inventory                        considering
                                     surge requirements                                                              environmental and world
                                   – Joint Subsistence Policy Board                                                  conditions
                                     assess WR levels and stock
                                     locations on quarterly basis

  5.2.6-8 Foster greater Supply    – Trend toward standard menu                                                  –   Common Food
                                     based on geographical or             –   Organize and participate in            Management System fully
      Chain integration assuming                                              planning conferences with
      mission transfer,              environmental similarities                                                      operational Service-wide
                                                                              Federal Agencies, DHS,
      coordinating of mutual       – Identify and eliminate need for          National Guard and Reserve         –   Develop system to
      support to overseas            contracts let by individual              Components                             identify economies and
      locations and providing        customers                                                                       efficiencies
      support to non-traditional                                          –   Establish strategic alliances,
                                   – Coordinate with COCOMs and               as necessary with other
      organizations                  other DoD EAs on ability to              Federal Agencies and enter
                                     support configured loads                 into contracts in support of
                                                                              funded materiel requirements

* DoDD 5101.10 mandates
                                  Progress Timeline

Current Progress and Future Transformation
    Each phase: progress will be tracked/measured

 2004                       2006                    2009                      2014
 • Joint Subsistence Policy        • Common Food Mgmt          • CFMS Full Operating
   Board                             System (CFMS) Concept       Capability
 • 21-Day Menu                       Demo                      • Continuous Planning with
 • Go to War catalog               • Continue to                 COCOMs/ROC drills with all
 • PV Afghanistan                    identify/resolve gaps &   • War Reserve Resourcing
 • Delivering product as far         seams
   forward as COCOM force          • Planners established at
   protection allows                COCOMS/TPFDD planning
 • Class I ROC Drills conducted    • PACOM/SOUTHCOM ROC
 • EA Office established             Drill
                                   • TPFDD Editor
 • JIPT assess gaps/seams

         Near-Term                       Mid-Term                     Long-Term

• Continue in collaborative forums, to implement
  responsibilities and functions defined in EA designations
• Continue COCOM Engagements
  – Increase participation in Joint Adaptive Planning, exercises, and
• Continue to perform EA E2E supply chain assessments
  – Current operations/ROC Drills/ E2E supply chain process
• Implement/update PBAs with Services and COCOMs
  – Jointly develop/refine supply chain standards and metrics
• Implement Combat Support Agency Review Team
  (CSART) 2006 recommendations

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