Date(s) - 07/31/2018
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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The Department of Defense (DoD maintains a core logistics capability that is government-owned and government-operated. Each military department owns and operates organic industrial facilities to maintain, repair and overhaul equipment. These facilities collectively referred to as the organic industrial base (OIB), consists of depots and shipyards that perform depot-level maintenance and repair. Section 2476 Title 10, United States Code, stipulates investment in the “capital budgets of the covered depots of that military department a total amount equal to not less than six percent of the average…workload at all the depots of that military department for the preceding three fiscal years.” This directive, executed as the Capital Improvement Program (CIP), was established to ensure the departments reinvest in facilities and equipment. This forum will examine OIB infrastructure modernization – how are we identifying, planning, funding and implementing physical plant and facilities for future maintenance? Discussions will include the CIP process and its’ role in getting equipment and facilities, facility improvement efforts to prevent down time, and facility layout optimization.
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