Asset Management Process (AMP) Improvement Project: Final Report of Findings and Recommendations
SPACE AND NAVAL WARFARE SYSTEMS CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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As the direct result of an Inspectors General audit, the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific SSC Pacific undertook a review of its internal management of its minor and pilferable plant property. A sample of 839 asset records, roughly 3 of the Centers 28,152 minor and pilferable plant property records was reviewed. The results revealed inconsistencies between the Centers physical inventory and the Enterprise Resource Planning system. Since Navy instructions require an accuracy level of no less than 98, the SSC Pacific embarked on a plan of action to correct the inconsistencies and to put in place appropriate processes and controls to ensure compliance with the Navys requirements. In July 2007, the Deputy of Operations for Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific SSC Pacific, approved a proposal to investigate the feasibility of conducting a Lean Six Sigma LSS event to address asset management processes at the Center. This document presents the findings and recommendations resulting from the subsequent investigation.
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