Automated Armory: Total Asset Visibility Evaluation and Demonstration – Phase II

The U.S. Marine Corps is partnering with industry and academia to build upon the successes of the Phase I. Phase II will evaluate the Level of Effort and Return on Investment of government-requested modifications to existing armory processes and associated armory automation demonstrated by Asset Information Management Solution-Automated Armory® (AIMS-AA). The impact of those changes […]

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Improving Supply Availability & Organic Industrial Base (OIB) Performance through Management – Phase IV

The Army Materiel Command (AMC) is partnering with industry and academia to support the end-to-end integration and synchronization of the AMC’s supply chain for parts and maintenance supporting Amy fleet repair and sustainment. Phase IV will enable the AMC to finalize standard key metrics, understand the metrics on supply availability, readiness, and performance generation to […]

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Model-Based System Engineering (MBSE) Approach for Total Lifecycle Sustainment

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to demonstrate an ecosystem that will formalize the development, integration, and use of integrated models to inform enterprise and program decision-making with respect to lifecycle maintenance and sustainment. The approach will demonstrate the processes and supporting infrastructure to perform the collaborative activities required to achieve a […]

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Vehicle Health Management System (VHMS) – Phase II

The U.S. Army is partnering with industry and academia to streamline the migration of data to the Common CBM Data Warehouse in preparation for updates to the Army’s logistics network. In addition, the capability to wirelessly deliver offloaded Abrams health data to the Army’s logistics networks will be completed and demonstrated. Data analysis efforts will […]

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