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Air Force depots Appendix Army Depot capital investments cargo aircraft compute core contractor core and core-related core capability requirements core depot maintenance core logistics capabilities core methodology core policy core process core requirements core work requirements core workload Defense Depot Maintenance Department of Defense Department’s depot maintenance capabilities depot maintenance core depot maintenance policy depot system depot workforce determine direct labor hours DOD’s emergencies and contingencies equipment fiscal year 2001 functions funding future core capabilities guidance human capital identified core capability infrastructure Initiatives issues logistics activities logistics functions maintain maintenance depots Marine Corps military depots million hours national defense emergencies Navy non-maintenance North Island outsourcing peacetime workloads percent performance personnel private sector procedures and practices recent retire risk assessments Sea Systems Command Secretary of Defense shortfall software maintenance source-of-repair decisions source-of-repair process strategic planning support core capabilities technologies upgraded Warner Robins workers workloads needed
Página 38 - General ; the Secretary of Defense ; the Secretary of' the Army : the Secretary of the Navy ; the Secretary of the Air Force : the...
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Página 45 - Comments from the Department of Defense DEPUTY UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR LOGISTICS AND MATERIEL READINESS 35OO DEFENSE PENTAGON WASHINGTON. DC 2O3O1-35OO JUL 9 2004 Mr.
Página 42 - ... unified military program and budget." The legislation, as enacted, fell far short of these goals. It authorized the Secretary to establish broad policies and programs but in no way moved to integrate the separate military departments. The 1949 amendment to the National Security Act asserted the role of the Secretary of Defense, and the Army, Navy, and Air Force lost their status as executive departments. In addition, a Title IV was added to the act creating a Comptroller at the Department of...
Página 33 - ... computer programmers, and pilots), and the military services' failure to meet recruiting goals. The Department also faces significant challenges in managing its civilian workforce. For example, the sizable reduction in civilian personnel since the end of the Cold War has led to an imbalance in age, skills, and experience that is jeopardizing certain acquisition and logistics capabilities within the Department.
Página 12 - CEQ Regulations"). Further requirements are contained in Department of Defense Directive (DoDD) 4715.1, Environmental Security, Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 4715.9, Environmental Planning and Analysis, DoDD 5000.1, Defense Acquisition, and Department of Defense Regulation...
Página 2 - Definition of depot-level maintenance and repair (a) IN GENERAL. — In this chapter, the term "depot-level maintenance and repair" means (except as provided in subsection (b)) material maintenance or repair requiring the overhaul, upgrading, or rebuilding of parts, assemblies, or subassemblies, and the testing and reclamation of equipment as necessary, regardless of the source of funds for the maintenance or repair or the location at which the maintenance or repair is performed.
Página 49 - Human Capital: Major Human Capital Challenges at the Departments of Defense and State (GAO-01-565T, Mar.
Página 7 - Inherently governmental functions, which are so intimately related to the exercise of the public interest as to mandate performance by Federal employees, will not be competed by the Marine Corps.