Rivet Ready: Maintenance/Supply Interface.
AIR FORCE LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT CENTER GUNTER AFS AL
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Under tasking from HQ USAFLEXY we reviewed the current reparable processing system by evaluating current policy and procedures, and identifying problems that hinder responsiveness. We were asked, based on our findings, to recommend policy and procedural changes that would produce a simpler, more responsive, and nonduplicative system that maintains effective control of asset requirements. We were particularly interested in finding where efforts were duplicated by Maintenance and Supply. We found when parts are available, the reparable processing system is responsive and effective. However, if assets are not available, the reparable processing system becomes extremely complicated. To ease these complications we offered recommendations in five broad areas Improve Repair-Cycle Asset Management, Improve Repair-Cycle Analysis Techniques, Increase Base Repair Capabilities, Revise Stock-Leveling Computation for Repair-Cycle Assets, and Refine Organizational Interfaces.
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