Shipboard Readiness Reporting System (SRRS) - Levels of Reporting
NAVAL OCEAN SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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It is more important now, than ever before, for U. S. Navy surface combatants to be integrated from a readiness assessment and reporting point of view. If the total ship comprised of a combat system and a hull, mechanical and electrical HME system does not have adequate readiness information available at its interface with the BG, and BG Commander cannot be provided with the required readiness status, i.e. a chain is only as strong as its weakest link. The Shipboard Readiness Reporting System SRRS involves readiness assessment and reporting at the total ship level, improved by integrating readiness reporting and assessment of the combat and hull, mechanical and electrical systems comprising the total ship. The two areas of concentration in SRRS are levels of reporting and data distribution. The area of Levels of reporting is emphasized in this paper.
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