Selection methodology of H-1 components as potential candidates for Performance Based Logistics contracts
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The purpose of this planned project is to devise a method to evaluate H-1 components as possible candidates for Performance Based Logistics contracts. The objectives of this project are: (1) provide an overview of the H-1 program; (2) provide an overview of Performance Based Logistics contracts for component support; and (3) explore methods of identifying components as PBL candidates specifically for the H-1 community, through an analysis of readiness data, interviews with subject matter experts and use of Crystal Ballﾪ as a forecasting mechanism.
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