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DMSMS Management Best Practices and Lessons Learned: SD-22 DoD DMSMS Guidebook

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    Shortages (DMSMS) program and its effect on your customer?  While DMSMS is inevitable, it does not have to be thought of as a sequence of periodic crises that will cost you money.  Policy, guidance, and best practices describe ways to conduct proactive, robust DMSMS management that routinely resolves issues.  And it helps design systems to be DMSMS-resilient.  

    Are you creating too much downstream work by paying insufficient attention to part selection during design?  Effective parts management is an important contributor to the long-term success of any program because an end-item's reliability, maintainability, supportability, assurance, and supply-chain security are dependent on the parts that comprise it.  The DoD Parts Management Program establishes parts management best practices to increase readiness and reduce total ownership costs. 

    This webinar series provides a cross-functional forum for promoting, shaping, and coordinating government and industry approaches to effective DMSMS and parts management. This series leverages subject matter experts to increase your knowledge, awareness and ability to support your program effectively.  


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    The SD-22 DMSMS Management Guidebook provides best practices for implementing an effective Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) management program throughout a system's life cycle. A DMSMS issue is the loss, or impending loss, of manufacturers or suppliers of items, raw materials, or software. DMSMS management is a multidisciplinary process to identify and resolve issues resulting from obsolescence, loss of manufacturing sources, or material shortages.

     

    The SD-22 identifies activities associated with the six steps of DMSMS operations: Prepare, Identify, Assess, Analyze, Implement, and Strategize. Our panel will focus on these steps and provide insights into leveraging the SD-22 for DMSMS practitioners—this includes contracting for DMSMS management, developing DMSMS workforce competencies, programming and budgeting for DMSMS management operations, and many more.

     

    This panel of DMSMS experts has been assembled from across DoD and Industry to highlight the role of the SD-22 in a robust DMSMS management program.



    Speakers:


    Robin Brown, DMSMS and Parts Management Program Manager, OSD

    Robin Brown is the OSD DMSMS and Parts Management Program Manager in the Defense Standardization Program Office.  She chairs a 400-person combined government and industry Parts and Material Management Working Group and was instrumental in the development and publication of both DoDI and DoDM 4245.15, addressing DMSMS management. She's also responsible for the SD-19 Parts Management Guide, SD-22 DMSMS Guidebook, SD-23 Item Reduction Guidebook, and SD-26 Contracting Guide. Prior to her current position Ms. Brown was the NAVAIR DMSMS Lead, providing obsolescence support to all 35 NAVAIR Program Offices for over 15 years, and serving as the co-chair of the DoN DMSMS Working Group.  Her teams won the DoD DMSMS Annual Awards in 2014 and 2015, and she's also a recipient of the Navy Meritorious Civilian Service Award.



    Tracy Daubenspeck, SME, LMI

    Mr. Tracy Daubenspeck is a senior consultant in acquisition logistics at Logistics Management Institute (LMI) where he supports the Department of Defense in parts and obsolescence management; working to develop best practices, guidance, and policy. He retired as a civil servant from the United States Navy at NUWC Keyport in 2020 with 37 years of service. His involvement with the DMSMS community includes contributions to the development of SD-22, SD-26, and IEC 62402. Mr. Daubenspeck has a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology. He is a certified Business Process Reengineering Practitioner, as well as a certified Project Manager. Tracy received the DMSMS Lifetime Achievement award in 2018 and was given the Superior Civilian Service award by the Navy in 2020. Mr. Daubenspeck has long supported local youth activities at youth camps, played guitar on worship teams, and enjoys fishing, boating, hiking, and kayaking.


    Panelists:

    Mrs. Brooke Nix

    Mrs. Brooke Nix currently serves as the Obsolescence Engineering Branch Chief within DEVCOM AvMC located at Redstone Arsenal, AL. Mrs. Nix is responsible for providing guidance and oversight in the development of a standardized, proactive obsolescence life cycle management program across the OEB Customer Base.



    Mr. Mike Graham 

    Mr. Mike Graham is the Air Force DMSMS Policy and Training Program Manager in the 429th Supply Chain Management Squadron (SCMS), 448th Supply Chain Management Wing (SMW) at Tinker Air Force Base, OK. Mr. Graham provides training to all program office DMSMS SMEs across the Enterprise on their roles and responsibilities based on AFMCI20-105, DoDI 4245.15 and the SD-22 Guidebook.


    Mr. Jason Voeltz

    Mr. Jason Voeltz is the Division Head of the Obsolescence Management Division at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division, Keyport. He is responsible for the project execution of various obsolescence projects across the DoN and DoD and oversees the development of the Obsolescence Management Information System (OMIS™).


    Mr. Jeffery Kurtzbein

    Mr. Jeffery Kurtzbein is the senior Project Lead of the Obsolescence Management Division at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division, Keyport, and is responsible for the execution of obsolescence projects across NAVAIR. Jeff is an expert in the field of obsolescence, having many years of experience in Navy Depot-Level Maintenance and DMSMS management.



    Mr. Charles Bourland

    Mr. Charles Bourland has an M.S. in Electrical Engineering and a technical background in reliability and systems engineering. He has contributed to an increase in maturity level of proactive obsolescence management practices in his 8 years at L3Harris. Charles has presented at the Parts and Material Management Conference (PMMC), the AVCOM Obsolescence Working Group, and serves as the Vice-Chair for the U.S. chapter of the International Institute of Obsolescence Management (IIOM).         



    If interested in learning more about this topic, please see: 

    LOG 0660 Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) Executive Overview (dau.edu) <https://icatalog.dau.edu/onlinecatalog/courses.aspx?crs_id=12498>

     

    DMSMS Knowledge Sharing Portal 

    https://www.dau.edu/cop/dmsms

     

    SD-22 Guidebook  

    https://www.dau.edu/tools/t/SD-22-Diminishing-Manufacturing-Sources-and-Material-Shortages-(DMSMS)-Guidebook    


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