CDRL Industry Day Brief.pptx


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Contract Opportunity
July 2, 2020



24 JULY 2020
Navy & Industry Discussion:
Workload and Capacity Reporting
Presented By:
Chris Pertl
NAVSEA 21 Director of Industrial Assessment (SEA 21A)
SEA21 Brief

Discussion: Industry Concerns

Review: Reporting Requirements
NSI 009-60

Wrap up / Way Ahead

In January 2020, SEA21 implemented proposal and contract reporting requirements to provide insight into private sector workload and capacity

Requirements derived from new construction Integrated Program Management Report (IPMR) and tailored to NSI 009-60
Tailored EVM Waiver approved in accordance with DFARS 234.201
Reporting closely aligned to existing requirements
Does not require ANSI/EIA-748 compliance

CDRL Industry Day held on 03 April 2020

SEA21 modified reporting requirements based on industry feedback

In May 2020, SEA21 received additional concerns from industry

Todays forum provides for detailed discussion and resolution of these concerns
Improved Visibility into Workload and Capacity is Required to Effectively Plan, Contract, and Execute Surface Ship Maintenance
There is currently a lack of visibility into the workload, capabilities, and capacities of the private-sector repair yards

Workload and capacity projections are utilized in the planning and acquisition strategy development

Due to imprecise language in current requirements, NSI 009-60 submissions vary by company and region

Currently available data does not support assessment and update of workload projections based on execution

Due to lack of standardization and data limitations, Navy capacity estimates may differ from Industry perspective on port workload

Without visibility into actual workload and actual capacity, the Navy and Industry cannot effectively plan, contract and execute ship maintenance and modernization availabilities

After consultation with Navy leadership, SEA21 has implemented a comprehensive program to understand and grow private sector capacity while aligning future workload to available capacity.

[Contracting] Transition from Lowest Price Technically Acceptable (LPTA) to Best Value Trade Off award determination

[Execution] Improve visibility into execution status, workload, and capacity through Tailored EVM reporting

[Planning] Utilize industry provided status in Navy planning and scheduling forums to ensure development of executable Maintenance and Modernization plans

[Planning / Contracting] Refine acquisition strategies (i.e. consolidating and directed contracts) based on improved alignment with industry workload and capacity
Reporting Requirements

Resource Loaded Integrated Master Schedule: Clarifies NSI 009-60 to provide underlying labor resource information at the work activity
Intent: Obtain visibility into Baseline and Active Plan workload plans relative to actual execution

Performance Reporting: Provide standardized trade and work item performance and manpower reporting
Intent: Obtain visibility into production labor manning and efficiency

Closeout Report: Provide summary closeout reporting of labor hours, material dollars, and work item duration
Intent: Improve fidelity of data to inform future cost and duration estimates
Implementation Costs

Requirement Flow Down (Subcontractor Costs)

Business Systems

Applicability of requirements to FFP Contracts

Effectiveness in Achieving Stated Goal

Industry Concerns
At Industrys request, the Navy will review and discuss specific aspects of current NSI 009-60 and Industrial capacity CDRL reporting requirements

The Navy requests industry feedback on potential improvements to both new and pre-existing requirements

Requirement Review