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Ideas for Enhancing DCMA Support for DMSMS and Parts Management Efforts

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    DMSMS and Parts Management practitioners have a lot to do when overseeing contractor efforts.  There may not be enough hours in the day to get it all done.  This presentation is not your typical webinar--we will be discussing the results of a study to generate ideas on how DCMA can help program offices with that oversight!

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    Dr. Jay Mandelbaum

    Research, Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA)

    Dr. Jay Mandelbaum is a research staff member at the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA).  His current research is focused on creating policy, guidance, and training for improving Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages and Parts Management throughout the life cycle of DoD systems, with a special focus on microelectronics. He recently completed projects on assessing redundancy in performance audits within DoD; examining models for DARPA to use in developing industry partnerships; developing technology transfer concept models; writing cyber physical system security standards and evaluating the use of Partnership Intermediary Agreements in DoD’s technology transfer program. 

    His previous research topics include identifying best practices for value engineering in DoD; assessing DoD’s financial execution process against outcomes and recommending how it can be improved; conducting technology readiness assessments in the context of the Defense acquisition process; building an aerospace and defense manufacturing competency model; and establishing best quality assurance, manufacturing, and systems engineering practices for Defense programs. Dr. Mandelbaum joined IDA in April 2004 after a 30-year career with the Federal Government.


Other Events in Series: DMSMS and Parts Management

Contracting is a bit arcane to most of us, but contracts are the vehicle to get the data we need to manage programs. DIDs and CDRLs are the tools we use to get that data. Where does it start? How do we know if the DIDs and CDRLs are the best ones to help with DMSMS and Parts Management?  Dave…
We regularly employ a risk-based approach to manage operations and processes, but what exactly does "risk-based approach" mean when it comes to DMSMS and Parts Management?  Our panel will share perspectives on leveraging guidance to increase awareness of what, how, who, where, when and why…
An hour of planning can save you 10 hours of doing.  Without adequate DMSMS and Parts Management Plans, a Program Office will be faced with many risks they never wanted or planned for.  Let’s talk about those unintended consequences and how you can avoid them upfront and early with…
DMSMS and Parts Management practitioners have a lot to do when overseeing contractor efforts.  There may not be enough hours in the day to get it all done.  This presentation is not your typical webinar--we will be discussing the results of a study to generate ideas on how DCMA can help…
Mr. Tracy Daubenspeck will moderate a panel of experts from industry and government addressing Technology Management. Technology Management includes efforts to encourage the development of mature technologies that can then be incorporated in DOD systems; the creation of technology and product…
This panel provides a discussion on proactive approaches that led to successful programming and budgeting for resources to support DMSMS management operations and resolutions in major DoD weapon system programs.  No one can afford to miss this event—any program office, regardless of size,…
  You may think strategy is a waste of time, but Ian submits that without it, you may be wasting your energy and your time! Strategy need not be a stranglehold on project management--it enables a useful top level project view for all, but it must be flexible.  Ian will share practical…
- Designing for Resilience
Join to learn more about how practitioners should approach DMSMS as a constant thread throughout the life cycle.  It’s much more than trying to source a replacement for an obsolete part in sustainment.  Full awareness begins with system design, embodies parts resilience to set the stage…
  The SD-26 DMSMS and Parts Management Contracting Guide was significantly revised and published in June 2023.  This event spotlights the SD-26 as the "must have" resource to obtain clear and concise contracting language to deliver the support your program deserves! For registration or…
- SD-19 Parts Management Guidance
call in (audio only) +1 571-403-9146, Phone Conference ID: 936 231 404# This event provides an overview of the new SD-19 Guidebook and its role in helping establish Parts Management Plans early in system development to dramatically affect Availability and Affordability over the entire life cycle…
Join the Event call in (audio only) +1 571-403-9146  Phone Conference ID: 623 420 956# Description:  Accurate recordkeeping is imperative to sound DMSMS management!  This event will connect the dots to enhance your understanding of the "why" we need good recordkeeping, and the…
Event Recording To Access Full Screen: Description: Mr. Kevin Boenning (U.S. Army) provides unique perspectives to recalibrate your thoughts on effective communication techniques. Leveraging skills from a variety of disciplines such as psychology, copywriting,…
​ Event Recording To access Full Screen: Series Description: Are you satisfied with the results of your Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) program and its effect on your customer?  While DMSMS is inevitable, it does not have to be thought of as…
Event Recording To access Full Screen: Series Description: 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. …
Event Recording To access Full Screen: Series Description: Are you satisfied with the results of your Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) program and its effect on your customer?  While DMSMS is inevitable, it does…
Event Recording To access Full Screen: Series Description: Are you satisfied with the results of your Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) program and its effect on your customer?  While DMSMS is inevitable, it does not have to be…
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