Navy Inventory: Parts Shortages are Impacting Operations and Maintenance Effectiveness : Report to Congressional Committees
U.S. General Accounting Office, 2001 - 39 páginas
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Accounting achieve affected the capability aircraft to perform Aircraft wing fairing assembly availability aviation spare cannibalizations caused Command Committee contractor contracts contributed Defense Inventory Defense Logistics Agency delays delivery demand Department of Defense Department's designed developed Directorate Division equipment example expected F-14 aircraft Figure fiscal year 2000 Fleet Readiness Forces funds identified implementing improve increased indicators initiatives Inventory Control Point inventory management July June Landing gear maintenance maintenance personnel Major Management Challenges March military million Naval Inventory Control Navy Navy's needed Note Office Operations Orders overall panel Pennsylvania percent perform their missions personnel Philadelphia plans practice problems Program purchase quarter reasons Reasons for Shortages recent recommendations reduce Remove repair facility reported requirements Results reviewed Risks scheduled Secretary of Defense sensor Source spare parts shortages Strategic supply survey Table takes transmitters unfilled requisitions Virginia weaknesses
Página 11 - BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON NATIONAL SECURITY, VETERANS AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, HOUSE COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT REFORM ON THE STANDARD PROCUREMENT SYSTEM FEBRUARY 7, 2002 Mr.
Página 34 - These kinds of omissions adversely affected the department's financial reporting and its reporting to the Congress on inventory reductions. Further, the lack of complete visibility over inventories increases the risk that responsible inventory item managers may request funds to obtain additional, unnecessary items that may be on-hand but not reported.
Página 38 - Plai\ to Improve Management of Shipped Inventory Should Be Strengthened (GAO/NSIAD-00-39, Feb. 22, 2000). Department of the Navy: Breakdown of In-Transit Inventory Process Leaves It Vulnerable to Fraud (GAO/OSI/NSIAD-00-61, Feb.
Página 39 - Defense Inventory: Continuing Challenges in Managing Inventories and Avoiding Adverse Operational Effects, GAO/T-NSIAD-99-83 (Washington, BC: Feb.
Página 38 - Defense Acquisitions: Price Trends for Defense logistics Agency's Weapon System Parts, GAO-01-22 (Washington DC: Nov.
Página 38 - Tactical Aircraft: Modernization Plans Will Not Reduce Average Age of Aircraft (GAO-01-163, Feb.
Página 2 - Lastly, we also recently reported that the majority of factors cited as sources of dissatisfaction and reasons to leave the military were related to work circumstances such as the lack of parts and materials...
Página 14 - ... daily job requirements. Both officers and enlisted personnel ranked the availability of needed equipment, parts, and materials among the top 2 of 44 quality-of-life factors that caused their dissatisfaction.
Página 5 - Department announced plans to provide $500 million to the Defense Logistics Agency to purchase spare parts for all the services over fiscal years 2001-2004. The Navy's and the Marine Corps' share of that amount is about $190.7 million, of which about $62.1 million had been obligated by February 2001.