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Status of efforts to estimate and budget for Army weapon system sustainment costs (GAO/NSIAD-85-157)

United States. General Accounting Office

Status of efforts to estimate and budget for Army weapon system sustainment costs (GAO/NSIAD-85-157)

by United States. General Accounting Office

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Published by The Office in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Army -- Weapons systems -- Costs.,
  • Weapons systems -- Costs.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementUnited States General Accounting Office.
    SeriesGAO/NSIAD -- 85-157
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22423354M

    The Army Training Network, AR , ADP , ADRP , FM and GTA (The Army’s Methodology for Training) assist Army personnel in achieving the Army’s Number 1 Priority: Readiness. This graphic training aid (GTA) provides sustainment unit training and doctrine resources to assist in the training effort.   The total budget funds: 1,, flying hours at a cost of $ billion (% of executable requirement); Weapon System Sustainment (WSS) to achieve desired readiness gains (90% of the total requirement); and grows military end strength to , by funding recruiting and training efforts.

    Summary. The U.S. Air Force weapon system sustainment 1 enterprise is extremely large in terms of scope, workforce, and associated costs that amount to billions of dollars annually. When other expenditures, such as selected personnel accounts, fuel, facilities, and utilities are included, the total dollar amount expended is significantly higher. 2 As a point of reference for the reader, the.   FY President’s Budget Submission Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve Exhibit PBA Appropriation Highlights ($ in Millions) Exhibit PBA Appropriation Highlights (Page 2 of 2) The FY estimate of $1, million includes a price increase of $ million and an overall program decrease of $ million. The summary of major.

    The PSM should endeavor to meet with program BFMs on a periodic basis to maintain situational awareness and oversight on all appropriations affecting platform support. In addition, the PSM should work with the BFM community to ensure the program of record reflects the financial resources required for support and sustainment of the weapon system.   August 6, 10th Army Air and Missile Defense Command conducts a change of responsibility ceremony August 6, Pathways program welcomes 39 new students August 4, Guard highlights.


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Status of efforts to estimate and budget for Army weapon system sustainment costs (GAO/NSIAD-85-157) by United States. General Accounting Office Download PDF EPUB FB2

Program Acquisition Costs by Weapons System. FY Defense-Wide Review. Financial Summary Tables. National Defense Budget Estimates for FY (Green Book) (Compressed File) Operation and Maintenance Overview. Budget Documents. Military Personnel Programs (M-1) - Budget.

GAO reviewed the Army's efforts to improve the accuracy and use of sustainment cost estimates in weapon system found that: (1) the Army did not have a good database to use as a basis in preparing budget estimates; (2) the Army collected costs by functions or organizational units rather than by individual weapon systems; (3) the Army still lacked a solid basis for budgeting.

Status: Open. Comments: The PAO reported that OSD has established a cross-Service team to develop a framework for accounting and reporting core requirements and capabilities specific to weapon system software that recognizes Service-unique attributes, and is applicable across all of developed, the framework will clarify how to identify software sustainment costs, and data sources in.

Programs (MDAPs). This book focuses on all funding for the key acquisition programs. To simplify the display of the various weapon systems, this book is organized by the following mission area categories: MissionArea Categories ($ in Billions) Numbers may not add due to rounding.

FY Program Acquisition Costs by Weapon System. INTRODUCTION. Funding for weapons systems—which constitutes about one-third of the Department of Defense’s budget—is used to procure new systems, upgrade existing systems, and perform research, development, testing, and evaluation of new systems.

CBO reviews selected weapon programs and provides a regular analysis of the long-term cost of planned weapons acquisition. Operating and Support Management Information System (OSMIS) The Operating and Support Management Information System is the Army’s Visibility and Management of Operating and Support (O&S) Costs program.

OSMIS tracks O&S information for more than 1, major Army weapon/materiel systems for the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the. FY Program Acquisition Costs by Weapon System. Introduction. CHANGE IN INVESTMENT.

Comparison in Funding Since FY The FY President’s Budget includes $24(PB) billion for Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) and Procurement programs.

Of this amount, $ billion finances. CH 4– Principal Actors The DoDI designates a PM as the individual with responsibility for, and authority, to accomplish program objectives. This guidance was written to support the PM in execution of this responsibility.

As the PM’s key leader for sustainment planning, the Product Support Manager (PSM) has primary responsibility. The baseline budget prioritizes connecting the joint force across all domains, advances integration of Pilot Training Next, and continues to fund Weapon System Sustainment (WSS) to sustain targeted readiness gains, while continuing to emphasize support to our Airmen and their families.

Estimates of program life-cycle cost are to capture all costs of the program, regardless of funding source or management control; the estimates are not limited to certain budget accounts or to categories controlled by certain lines of authority. Status: Open. Comments: DOD concurred with the AugustDOD told us that draft language reinforcing and clarifying the requirement that all weapon system programs - including legacy weapon systems - have a current Life Cycle Sustainment Plan that is updated every five years had been drafted and submitted as part of the internal DOD coordination.

fully integrating Army sustainment operations with the efforts of unified action partners, across all domains, to achieve enduring outcomes. ADP provides a common operational doctrine for sustaining Army forces operating across the full range of military operations in multiple domains of air, land, sea, space, and cyberspace.

The Department of Defense must submit the President's Budget to Congress on the first Monday in February each year. The program in the Budget must be both "authorized" and "appropriated" before any dollars can be obligated.

Depending on the type of appropriation, the period of availability of the funds can be one to five years. The F is DOD's most ambitious and costly weapon system in history, with U.S.

sustainment costs estimated at about $ trillion over a year life cycle. Central to the F is ALIS—a complex system that supports operations, mission planning, supply-chain management, maintenance, and other processes. Subsequent exhibits in the O&M Overview Book will discuss programmatic changes.

The FY OCO O&M budget is $ billion, which reflects a decrease of $ billion or about percent from the FY level of $ billion. This request will enable the Department to continue the train, advise, and assist efforts in Afghanistan, to support.

Acquisition efforts to modernize Army sustainment. By Dr. Bruce D the better the integration of weapon system and product support package design. This analysis includes costs and risks to. This impedes DOD’s efforts to plan for a Impede DOD’s Tracking of Weapon System Software Sustainment Costs 18 This Future Years Defense Program estimate accounts for military services and defense agencies for fiscal years Letter.

begins with the initial system utilization and lasts until the final system ceases operations. Operating and Support (O&S) costs are the costs of sustainment incurred from the initial system deployment through the end of system’s useful life.

Specifically, this consists of the costs. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Fiscal Year (FY) Budget Estimates March Volume I Operation and Maintenance, Army The Army's sustainment readiness plan focuses on adequately preserving rapid response capabilities supported by depot maintenance, Army budget increased by $ million in FY based on pricing adjustments (e.g.

inflation. Fiscal Year (FY) Budget Estimates Depot Maintenance ($ in Millions) 6 Exhibit PBA-5 Depot Maintenance Budget POC: 1LT Juan J. Hiciano Sr. () Description of Operations Financed: The Army National Guard Depot Maintenance Program provides funding for the recovery and repair of major equipment components and end items.

These end. The Army has been able to fund all its top priority initiatives so far, said Lt. Gen. James Pasquarette, the deputy chief of staff (G-8) in charge of building long-term budget plans. “Right now. Department of the Navy Operation and Maintenance, Navy FY Budget Estimate Submit 1 FY includes supplemental fundingand transfer accounts Exhibit PBA Appropriation Highlights 2 FY includes Emergency Amendment; Hurricane Recovery and amounts enacted in P.L.Division B and excludes $5, million in OCO.

Chapter 1 - Optimizing the Sustainment of U.S. Army Weapon Systems In a paradigm shift from the past 13 years of war, more Army systems transitioning to sustainment support will be maintained by the Soldiers using that piece of equipment and not.