Integrating the Department of Defense Supply Chain: Techincial Report

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S.1.DoD Supply Chain Functions and Processesxiii
2.1.Source of Fills for SWA Customers for a Sample Item11
2.2.First Seven Events in the Supply Chain Silo Case Study14
2.3.Events 8 Through 13 in the Supply Chain Silo Case Study16
2.4.Events 14 to 19 in the Supply Chain Silo Case Study18
4.1.The Roles of the DoD Supply Chain Elements43
4.2.Key Policies for Management of the DoD Supply Chain Elements44
6.1.Distribution of DLA Lead Times for the High-Demand (in Dollar-Term) Items59
6.2.Distribution of Coverage Durations for DLA High-Demand (in Dollar Terms) Items60
6.3.First Example Inventory Pattern, January 2007–September 200862
6.4.First Example Inventory Pattern, January 2007–September 201162
6.5.Second Example Inventory Pattern—The Impact of a Long but Temporary Demand Change63
6.6.Third Example Inventory Pattern—Problems with Stock-Outs and Excess64
6.7.Fourth Example Inventory Pattern—The Impact of Very Long Lead Times65
6.8.Example Impact of Very Large Order Quantities66
6.9.Example of the Impact of Reducing Order Quantities66
6.10.Estimated Effects of Lead Times on Inventory Performance68
6.11.Lead Times for One DoD Organization70
6.12.Inventory Turns by Item Category and Condition72
7.1.Cost and Performance of Different Transportation Modes in CONUS76
7.2.Percentage of Shipments from DDSP to Its Highest-Volume Customer Installations on Scheduled Trucks, CY 201177
7.3.The Cost and Performance Impact of Addressing Scheduled Truck Leakage—An Example from Ft. Bragg, CY 201078
7.4.Mid-2011 Scheduled Truck Routes from DDSP79
7.5.An Example of an Improved Scheduled Truck Route with Multiple Installations80
7.6.An Example of an Optimized Scheduled Truck Route Structure from DDSP81
8.1.DDSP CY 2010 Supply Base84
8.2.DDJC CY 2010 Supply Base84

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