An analysis of current inventory control and practices to provide recommendations on how to transfer interim supply support from NAVSEA to NAVSUP and then manage that material
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This project is designed to provide a policy recommendation for transitioning custody of NAVSEA's Interim Supply Support to NAVSUP based on the analysis of current business practices at NAVSEA, NAVICP-P and NAVAIR. NAVSEA has identified that it has OMandS valued at 7.386 billion dollars; ISS is a subset of OMandS. Decisions made in the ISS phase may result in the Navy buying parts that will receive zero demand. In effect, ISS is a birthplace, but not the only birthplace, of some OMandS that are eventually categorized as excess material. A more efficient ISS process would result in lower excess material and financial savings. The data set analyzed contained ISS purchased by both NAVAIR and NAVSEA, as well as demand data. Additionally, analysis of current ISS processes at NAVAIR and NAVSEA was conducted. The research resulted in finding that NAVAIR and NAVICP-P have partnered in ISS management. The recommendations are that, in transitioning NAVSEA's ISS to NAVSUP, a partnership must be formed that develops clear business rules allowing NAVSEA input into ISS management, and that NAVICP-M should develop a dedicated staff to provide ISS support to NAVSEA's Program Management Offices.
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