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Ms. Robin Brown will be presenting at this year's IIOM International Online Conference & Exhibition on the topic of Strategic Parts and Material Management - a Proactive Lifecycle Approach to Handle Obsolescence. The theme of this year's IIOM Conference is "Obsolescence Management- The Key to Sustainability," with nine presentations covering technical, commercial, and strategic subjects from the perspective of different sectors, and with presenters coming from academia, industry and obsolescence solution providers. You can find out more and register here.
You are invited to attend the 2021 Parts and Materials Management Conference scheduled for December 13 – 16, 2021 in Denver Colorado at the Gaylord Rockies. The 2021 Parts and Materials Management Conference provides you with new information to successfully meet these new requirements, shows what is happening in the DMSMS community, and addresses your questions. You will have opportunities to interact and exchange ideas with specialists from government, industry, and academia, express your views and ideas on improving DMSMS and parts management, and meet with technical experts. You will experience state of the art technologies that can be applied to parts and material management at the training sessions and the exhibit hall.
You may also attend the concurrent Defense Manufacturing Conference (by qualifying as active US Military, Government or current DD2354 on file), giving you access to more technical information for the same travel cost. The expanded Exhibit Hall will include all the leading organizations from DMC, Parts Management, and DMSMS communities. Agenda, registration, and lodging information will be posted on this website. We are looking forward to seeing you in Denver!
Find out more here: http://pmmcmeeting.org/
The Sustainment Symposium 2020 hosted by GDCA in December was a special virtual symposium focused on the journey from obsolescence management to legacy sustainment. This symposium aimed to pulled together leading minds across the DoD supply chain highlighting their relevant sustainment experiences and exploring what could happen when we begin to focus on sustainment as the objective.
Check out the GCDA Sustainment Symposium resource page for the presentations from the recent symposium and the GCDA YouTube channel for more sustainment videos.
a recent DAU News post, Tami Lewiski writes on the recent signing of DoD
Instruction 4245.15 Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages
Management, the first issuance of a DoD Diminishing
Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) instruction since 1976.
The long-awaited instruction released by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment effectively gave credence to decades of self-governance within the multi-functional discipline of DMSMS and the importance of continued effective and consistent management is clear.
To read the full article, click here.
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New DSP Journal Released!April 20, 2021 Please
take a few minutes to read over our newest Defense Standardization Program
Journal edition (January-April 2021). There are great articles about Parts and
Material Lifecycle Management that you won't want to miss! You can find the latest
DSJ by clicking here.
Revised SD-22 DMSMS Guidebook Now AvailableFebruary 03, 2021 Bill Kobren writes about the new SD-22 DMSMS Guidebook in his recent post "Revised SD-22 DMSMS Guidebook Now Available" on the DAU Logistics Blog. This blog post highlights the release of the revised SD-22 Guidebook and features announcements from the DoD DMSMS Lead and ASSIST
DoDI 5000.88 Establishes Requirement for Parts Management in Engineering of Defense SystemsFebruary 03, 2021 The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering approved DoDI 5000.88, Engineering of Defense Systems on November 18, 2020. This policy document covers systems engineering, and other engineering disciplines, in the development of DoD systems which aligns with industry bes
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