Automated Equipment upgrade/repair platform eliminates static, paper-based schedules for reporting of operational parameters, becoming mandatory practise across Fleet Types. We rewrite supply playbook & redefine playing field by promoting interval scheduling & situation-based, streamlined upgrade/repair operations by better forecasting critical work orders for equipment.

We schedule upgrade/replace operations based on last accomplished date. Monitoring work order periods schedules upgrade/repair activities in verified parts supply systems, accomplishing work in timely manner. Automatic alerts for administration of operations highlight overdue upgrade/repair requirements.

Scheduling rules & situations are driven by technical feedback for critical procedures, detecting any changes in periodic or situational equipment upgrade/repair & adjusts schedules accordingly.

Automatic schedule creation is based on applicable supplier situation checks on equipment condition states. Adjusted schedules are always up-to-date, allowing upgrade/repair technicians & supervisors to create accurate forecasts of work order hours, tools, parts, & test equipment requirements. 

Inaccurate parts supply schedules are a thing of the past. Interactive & narrated dispatch lessons assign training events & track progress of upgrade/repair operations through consistent updates.  

Up-to-date information systems demonstrate utility of performance-based testing. Platforms monitor which actions users perform & recommend applicable training. Training is assigned to users, tracking progress by dispatching master training view functions for mobile operations.  


Content is modular in nature so administrators can quickly determine what training has been completed by each user. New & updated training circuits may be dispatched immediately upon becoming available. Quick deficiency notifications allow scheduling of corrective actions. Notifications are based off minimal input from user.

Operational upgrade/repair platforms gives users personalised to-do-lists, including items such as signing feedback reports, work orders with requirements to be performed by the user, or approvals of alerts, revisions & spot checks. Work order information is filtered based on the role users play in the planned Upgrade/replace system, permissions granted & administrative review. Users only see what they need to.  

Equipment upgrade/replace action views are provided by platform so planned work orders can be tied to equipment condition, allowing users to add well-formed corrective actions into work orders. Simplified Task Dispatch tactics make it easy to see what users must accomplish in day-to-day operations.   

In the past, users tailored work orders to equipment by physically drawing a line through printed procedures that didn’t apply. Now, platforms enable users to create repeatable, automatic line-out steps to create library of upgrade/repair procedures, accessible at any time for a specific piece of equipment.

Customised notes can be created for tools, parts & materials based on localised information like equipment lists, installation of record & serial numbers. The platform we propose stores all information required to reproduce upgrade/repair requirements at a moment’s notice.

 
 
Navy Visiting Executives seek to obtain evidence of high-quality solutions for equipment upgrade/repair requirements executed in timely & cost effective manner. Demonstrating outstanding “past performance & future potential” at Work Site is one of your units most valuable assets contributing to obtaining favourable Reviews.

Navy executives are looking for innovation, creativity, agility, new efficiency initiatives & cost savings in interactions with suppliers. Visiting executive is not just good at communicating what Navy does what it does, it is best in the world & it plans to keep it that way. So Navy needs the best upgrade/repair sites in the world to help it accomplish its mission.

 Let’s put it in terms you can really utilise as equipment repair/upgrade site administrator. Bottom line is that most capable site operators offer responsible & effective use of Navy resources, becoming poised to eventually win follow-up work task orders. This imperative is key to successfully competing task orders, so your site must be capable first & foremost in offering top-notch technical services.

 Building up your repair/upgrade site capabilities to Navy standards quickly as you can in your areas of specialisation needs to be a very high-priority goal for you. Tailoring & targeting your units success rates for future follow-on work is great idea. Here's a challenge to you and your unit. What new technologies & process adaptations can you demonstrate in your practises that Navy could use? What can you do to help us improve success of upgrade/repair operations?

 Navy Executive Site Visit Reviews alone cannot guarantee you orders for follow-on work. You must get them yourself! Keys are for you to become proactive & concentrate on building up your units core competence as fast as possible. Beyond the all-important capabilities of your upgrade/repair site, be sure to get top-notch expert guidance on how to read work order solicitations & write effective proposals.  

Visit information sources on Best Practises provided by Navy on regular basis, search for work orders in your areas of expertise & products/services. Then, it is your responsibility to prepare & submit effective cost quotes for large-dollar-value work orders. Be sure to send in effective technical, past performance & cost proposal package.

Investigate advantages of support services offered to you in Navy Technical Manuals by contacting office of Visiting Executive. There are many services & training opportunities to place your unit in strong position to secure follow-up work. If you can provide evidence of your units core competence in key technical subject areas, submit written responses to the Following Questions prior to site visit.

Navy Visiting Executive can work for you by highlighting your issues & concerns with Top Brass in charge of making policy your unit will have to follow. Jump-start your operations by filling out this Checklist:

1. Do you need to perform work on key supplies or item of equipment? Will it address an important or new operational problem or improve existing services?

2. Is it vital, essential or not so essential for eventual mission in field? Can potential of equipment be justified?

3. Is it new asset or replacing existing equipment? Has your existing equipment reached the end of its useful technical life? Is it no longer economical to repair?

4. Is supplier no longer producing spare parts, consumables & accessories? Are more effective or cost-effective supplier models available?

5. What level of quality best meets mission requirements? How often will the item be used & how long is it expected to last?

6. Are you buying high-performance supplies & equipment available? Are they of adequate quality & obtainable at good price?

7. Would it be more cost-effective to spend more on a higher quality item? Is it difficult to identify other suppliers?

8. Are the supplies or equipment appropriate for the type of services your site provides? Are your technical skills suitable for existing work space conditions?

9. Will the supplies or equipment be compatible with your existing equipment for use? Will the item be familiar & acceptable to your upgrade/repair technicians?

10. Will you be able to obtain spare parts, consumables & accessories? Is the equipment supplied with necessary operations & service manuals? What training & technical support will be provided?




 
 


1.    Integrate Mission Requirements & Product Support: Translation of system logistics requirements into aircraft sustainment product support strategy delivers accurate representation of equipment condition state & presentation of contract requirements to dispatchers. Action is incorporated into doctrine in form of optimised operational readiness at affordable, best value costs according to adherence to scheduled supplier task orders for procurement.


2.    Form Product Support Administration: Formation of integrated Product Support Administration Teams includes dispatch user requirements for designing logistics mechanisms & implementing aircraft product support. Equipment Condition State Information System Register enables assessments of Service Life duration, serving as prerequisite for sustainment contract payment processing & receipt of procurement reports for supplier groups to maintain readiness.
 

3.    Baseline Product Support System: Baselining of logistics operations involves collection of equipment condition state information sources to assess supplier capability & aircraft product support decisions. Techniques include inclusion of inputs from Product Support Administration Teams to involve dispatchers with Procurement Programme Baselines in terms of contract assistance & certification so suppliers can offer cost-effective, quality solution to meet mission readiness requirements for sustainment operations. 
 

4.    Establish Product Support Performance Outcomes: Process of identifying & refining mission-critical aircraft product support performance & cost outcomes for dispatchers to determine how contract success will be measured in terms of advances in logistics operations. Improvements in process of supplier identification include all specified top-level equipment condition state systems evaluating performance, sustainment activity reliability, availability details to promote readiness w/ costing metrics & procurement system attributes.

 
5.    Measure Business Case & Product Support Value: Expanded cost/benefit determination w/ intent of determining best value procurement solutions for aircraft product support is critical to maintaining readiness. Dispatchers build Supplier Business cases to assess each logistics stage & weigh total long-term Service Life costs for mission-designed equipment condition state documentation against total benefits. Beneficial contract solutions are arrived at when mark-ups include consideration of best support systems, sub-systems or component levels, assessment of sustainment workload allocation strategies & responsibility assignment for equipment condition source risk mitigation.


6.    Determine Product Support Integration Methods: Determination of aircraft product support is acquired from Service Providers using outcome & transaction-based performance-based mix for sustainment activities. Logistics & best value evaluation techniques of promoting accurate procurement factors line up w/ Product Support Integration tools shaping dispatcher integration of supplier sources defined within scope of product support arrangements to include contracts, agreement & service level factors to achieve documented results. Project Action Teams designate responsibility for Product Support Integration by ensuring delivery of specified outcomes for required evaluation of equipment condition states, critical for ensuring readiness.

 

7.    Identify Product Support Providers: Determination & selection of best value procurement mix promotes readiness for sources of sustainment providers performing aircraft product support functions.  Best value selection is based on capabilities, equipment condition state capacities, determining efficiency & effectiveness of logistics actions by dispatcher application of contract value assessments & discretionary decisions for multiple levels of tiered supplier support.
 

8.    Assess/Refine Fiscal Enablers for Product Support: Identification of range, type & scope of fiscal incentives for suppliers impacting readiness & remedies of logistics activities for inclusion in aircraft product support agreements motivates optimal procurement behaviour for achieving best performance & cost outcomes. Consistent terms, conditions & objectives of Product Support Arrangements Incentives include dispatcher determination of award fee, award term, incentive fee, shared savings & positive past performance ratings. Remedies for deficits in equipment condition states include requiring product support providers to perform sustainment service at agreed upon cost, adherence to established prices, exercising best option year or contract cancelations & deficient past performance ratings.


9.    Adjust Product Support Agreements: Establishment & refinement of implemented Aircraft Product Support Arrangements e.g., contract, Service Level agreement & dispatcher action to assign & delineate sustainment roles, responsibilities, resourcing & reciprocal product support establish unique supplier business cases. Factors include logistics mechanisms of notification for procurement issues involving changes in readiness dependent on assessment outcomes for critical equipment condition states.

 
10. Implement and Assess Product Support Terms & Conditions: Implementation & assessment of aircraft product support includes updates to Service Life Sustainment plans for conducting recommendations based on Logistics Assessments & continuous, ongoing determination of Product Support effectiveness. Contract factors leading to getting Good terms on deals w/ suppliers include smart use of established procurement oversight mechanisms driving utilisation of equipment condition state decisions & dispatcher actions to review, modify or revise readiness strategies & product support arrangements.

 
 
After review of existing site visits, our dispatch team is pleased to announce the launch of a new automated equipment procurement platform to cover best practices, tips & information sharing techniques for helicopter component repair/upgrade services optimised for use by most rotorcraft operations. 

This platform supplements existing DoD helicopter upgrade/replace instruction pages, functioning as modern & instructive resource for repair/upgrade technicians who utilise our platform to improve capacity for accurate procurement operations.

Our goal is to provide new procurement resources to helicopter operators seeking information on repair/upgrade operations for the fleet. After testing the platform, we determined this was the perfect medium to share dispatch techniques with equipment operators.

Since its inception, our procurement platform has advanced quality & integrity of helicopter repair/upgrade support & service.  With our time & experience on air wings exceeding that of competing service provider Sites Visits, we are proud to say that we are experts in what we do.

Over a short period of time, we have undergone significant internal restructuring of our procurement divisions, expansion of equipment upgrade/repair capabilities, investment in spare parts & rotable assets, with strong emphasis on delivering maximum value to our existing & potential DoD air wing assignments.

 Through recruitment of experienced dispatchers & technical procurement personnel, we have proven renewed depth of understanding about DoD operations/techniques within selected air wings, further enhancing an already technically sound group of dedicated service support dispatch team to improve results of procurement operations.

Combined with our extensive in-house reworks capabilities for procurement practices, including specialised equipment repair/upgrade services in conjunction with our ability to control quality, cost, & turn-around time extends & supports our value proposition for future Site Visits.