Like the initial pure CLS approach, the hybrid/organic approach relied heavily on manufacturer FSRs. The difference with the hybrid approach was the need for multi- variant FSRs trained at MRAP University, as previously discussed. In addition, this approach relied on multi-variant new equipment trainers and government depot mechanics. Instead of 90-day spares packages, the JPO supplied units with prescribed load listings (PLL) for expected routine repair needs. Additionally, the JPO supplied service support areas (SSAs) with authorized stockage lists (ASL) of parts based on analysis of Stryker and other similar vehicles, sized for an estimated 12 months of supply
with each ASL supporting a provisioning parts through the
of 25 supply
vehicles. This approach also relied system and on Government validation
ways allowed the JPO to meet the program objectives of fielding as vehicles as quickly as possible, while still being able to support them.
To support ongoing operations and prepare for future, purely organic support, the JPO planned to execute the provisioning of parts in two phases. Phase I involved assigning Type II NSNs for the items listed in the parts manual, with OEMs as the source
of supply. Phase II encompasses new Type I NSNs and identifying OEMs from the supply chain.30 scheduled through March 2009,
the formal provisioning of parts to include assigning Type I NSNs already in the system, thereby removing Upon successful completion of parts provisioning, the logistics supply support will shift from parts
deliveries based on OEM technical data. Figure 27 (2008, slide 23).
part number data to shows the JPO parts
parts deliveries based on provisioning of provisioning and supply support timeline
30 Type I NSNs are assigned to parts provisioned and verified by EDFP. Type II NSNs are
provisional NSNs assigned as an expedient method of entering OEM parts in the defense supply system. Once fully provisioned through the use of EDFP, these Type II NSNs are replaced with the permanent Type I NSNs, or existing parts with previously assigned Type I NSNs are identified that are identical or are suitable substitutes. This process prevents permanent addition of redundant identical items to the system.