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Aging Aircraft Support
Colin Newton
Deputy Program Manager CP140 OWSS
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
From a CP140 OWSS implementation
perspective
•
To be covered
 Core Processes
o Publications Management
o Engineering (Accredited Technical Organization)
o Maintenance (Accredited Maintenance Organization)
 Progressive application of scope
o Logistic Support Analysis (LSA)
o Configuration and Data Management (CM/DM)
o Asset Management (AM)
o Repair and Overhaul (R&O)
o Supply Chain Management (SCM)
 Integrated Processes
o LSA – AM – R&O – SCM
o Information Exchange System (IES)
o Dashboard
 Summary
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
Aims of OWSS
 OWSM is a strategic contract framework that ensures
maintenance and support remain at the highest level of
effectiveness and efficiency for the life of the aircraft.
 OWSM focuses on increasing aircraft availability and reducing
costs by bundling fleet maintenance and support services
under broader-scoped, longer-term, performance-based
contracts . This approach allows aircraft to receive the highest
possible levels of service efficiency while maximizing industries
delivery of fleet support.
 Reduce Support Costs by 15% in first 3 years of the contract
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
Progressive Application of Scope
• Concept
 Demonstrate value
o Business case
 Demonstrate by practice
o Significant aspects or items
 Application of Full Scope
o Following successful practical demonstration
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
PROGRESSIVE APPLICATION OF
SCOPE
• Publications Management
 Includes
o All core capabilities for Publication Management Services
– Change and Revision Services - updating aging aircraft
Publications for:
» Directly proportional to Engineering Changes
» Obsolescence driven changes
» Capability enhancements (Modifications)
– Management Services
» Regular review of Publications for currency
» Direct to user delivery (IETM and Print)
» Maintenance and upgrades to delivery model (SGML
IETM to S1000D Conversion) to reduce cost
 Issues overcome
o Multiple aircraft baseline configurations (AIMP)
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
PROGRESSIVE APPLICATION OF
SCOPE
• Logistics Support Analysis
 Start
o 1st ILS PAS: In-Service Logistics Baseline Configuration
for CP140 PAV Equipment and Systems
Approval: 2005
Status: Completed on the 2008
 Full
o 2nd ILS PAS: Development and Progressive
implementation of an In-Service ILS for the duration of the
OWSS Contract for CP140/A PAV Equipment and Systems
Approval: 2006
Status: On-going until the end of the ELE
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
LSA AIM
Improve System
Reduce
Obsolescence
Readiness
Issues
Availability
& Reliability
and
Sustainment
Costs
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
LSA ENGINEERING TOOL KIT
Obsolescence
Management
Sparing / LORA
Analysis
ELE
Studies
Life Cycle Cost
Management
Maintenance Task
Rationalization
Root Cause
Analysis
Reliability and
Maintainability
LSAR Database
Development
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
OBSOLESCENCE MANAGEMENT
ILS/LSA Engineering identifies obsolete parts using
Reference Number Category Code (RNCC) and Reference
Number Variation Code (RNVC) by accessing databases
prepopulated by OEMs.
Proactively monitoring potential obsolete parts enables
successful obsolescence management; i.e., life time
purchase, re-engineering, modifications or capability
development.
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
ELE STUDIES
Preliminary Work: LSA Engineering helps customer to
determine Fleet / Study Assumptions.
ELE Scope: Repairable Parts Analysis; Basic Vehicle
Analysis; and Review of High Usage Critical Parts.
Implementation: LSA Engineering supports the
implementation Phase evaluating / adjusting any deviation
from the forecast.
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IMP Proprietary
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
SPARING ANALYSIS
Identify
appropriate
spares quantity
for maximum Ao
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PROGRESSIVE APPLICATION OF
SCOPE
Configuration & Documentation Management
Transition 2010
1
Mapping of the CM Databases (EPA)/Access into CMstat
2
Migration of outstanding data not covered in initial
CMstat Data Migration)
3
CMstat Admin and End User Training
4
Configuration Baseline Management
5
Modification Management and Tracking
6
Management of NDID, CFMIs, and SIs
7
Management of ECPs, SBs, D/W, Risk Assessments, IMP
Request for Engineering Services
8
Non Standard Repairs-Ottawa
9
Aircraft Inspection Change Proposals (AICPs)
10
Publications Discrepancy Reports
11
Pre-Installation Failures
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
PROGRESSIVE APPLICATION OF
SCOPE
• Asset Management
 Start
o 2005 - Partial LCMM management by IMP personnel in
Ottawa
 Included
o Direct tasking and supervision by WSM personnel
 Full
o 2007 – 6 personnel including one mods manager at IMP
HSIA
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
ASSET MANAGEMENT
• Asset Managers are to maximize the ongoing effectiveness,
efficiency and economy of their designated systems.
• Managing aging systems - taking the appropriate action
whenever logistics support analysis indicate performance
criteria is reaching unacceptable levels.
• Prioritization of LSA recommendations
• Inventory rationalization
• Manage from concept to in-service and beyond
 Modifications
 Alternate parts
 Repair schemes
• Salvage of parts from BER equipment
• Integrator – LSA, SCM, Engineering, subcontractor /
supplier
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
ASSET MANAGEMENT
• The future presents the aircraft receiving a new life via the
ASLEP.
• The AMS and Engineering team continues to evolve aircraft
maintenance with these life changes. For example, new
fasteners, new sealants, new structure all have to integrate
and work with existing OEM airframe systems.
• The AMS work with a wide range of industry partners to
make sure the equipment is supportable into the future.
• Budget cuts mean leaner inventories, requiring the AMS
team to surgically salvage retiring CP140’s with DND and
contractor AMO’s.
• As component through put at R&O contractor’s and USN P3
influence decreases, with the supply chain management and
engineering staff they develop and locate alternate repair
schemes to maintain operational availability.
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
PROGRESSIVE APPLICATION OF
SCOPE
• R&O Management
 Start
o 2007
o Induction forecast
 Included
o 480 WRA / Assemblies
 Full
o 2009
 Issues
o Scope increase as other aircraft update their systems or go
out of service
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
PROGRESSIVE APPLICATION OF
SCOPE
• Supply Chain Management
 Start
o May 2013
 Included
o 1500 items / subassemblies
 Full
o Nov 2013, 6700 items including 1100 repairable
subassemblies
 Issues
o Little shelf-stock for some items
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
R&O AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
• R&O and Supply Chain Management is a critical element of
providing cost effective Fleet management and sustainability
in a cost saving environment
• Elements in achieving effective SC management
 Inputs
o Proactive
o Analyze
o Identify alternate repair or supply
o Planning
o Integrated Team (internal and external)
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
R&O AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
• Benefits
 Establishment of “one stop” responsive support to Weapon
System Manager and Operational Mangers
 Minimum requirements to sustain fleet readiness levels
 Identification of out-of-date technical data impacting part
substitution
 Identification of parts obsolescence
 Decreasing lead times for difficult to source items
 Reduce Stock outs / HPRs, repeat and unique
 Setting Max and Min levels
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
INTEGRATED RESPONSE
•
Integrated Processes – Examples:


R&O
o LSA report Annually
o Induction Reviewed Monthly
o Balanced against Available Budget
o NSR at Sub-contractor
o Retired aircraft
Worst Offenders
o LSA report Annually – Includes
– MTBF
– Mission delays / Aborts
– NFF
– Down time (to repair)
– Aircraft Robs
o AMS Review and Prioritize
– Pubs amendment
– Spares buy
– Alternates
– Maintenance revision
– Technician training
o LSA look for improvement with time
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
INTEGRATED RESPONSE


NSN Validation
o False Alternates
o Re-Codification
o Pubs update prioritization
Obsolescence
o Early identification by failure analysis and OEM data
o Alternates v Modification
o Repair policy review
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Aging Aircraft Support
Communication
INFORMATION EXCHANGE SYSTEM
 Organized by service leg
 Confidential areas –access is controlled by a
user’s group membership (IMP, DND, PW,
Other)
 Ensures all stakeholders see the same
information
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COMMUNICATION
Dashboard
AA
AA
AB
AB
AC
AH
AC
AH
AL
AN
AN
BG
DA
DB
AA
AB
AC
AD
AH
AL
AN
BG
DA
DB
DC
DE
DF
AA
AA
DJ
DJ
NSR
Alerts
WO
AA
AA
AB
AC
AA
AC
AD
AH
AD
AH
AL
AN
AN
BG
DA
DB
DC
AA
AB
AC
AH
AH
DQ
EA
EB
EM
AN
AN
BG
DA
DB
DC
BG
DA
DA
DC
DE
DF
DG
DJ
EM
Structure (Basic)
Structure Supplementary
Flight Controls (Basic)
AH
Landing Gear System
Furnishings
BG
Engine, Pneumatic and Shaft Pwr Gas Turb
Air-conditioning and Pressurization System
Surface Ice Control
Electrical Power Supplies
DM
DQ
DQ
EB
EB
DF
DF
DJ
DQ
EA
AA
Interior and Exterior Lighting Systems
DF
DM
DQ
EA
AA
AWN
Aircraft Seats
AN
BG
DA
DN
DQ
AA
AB
AC
DIR
DIR
Flight Controls Supplementary
DB
DE
DG
DJ
DM
PUBS DESCHG RARM
AW3
MODs
mods
AA
AB
AW2
Maint4
SI
AW1
Maint3
DEV
AMS1
Maint1
SO
ILS3
Mat2
ROBS
ILS2
Mat1
HPRs
ILS1
Ops3
FSO
Eng3
Ops2
UCR
Eng1
Ops1
Restict
Airworthiness
AMS
ILS
Engineering
Maintenance
Materiel
Operations
Interior/Exterior Lighting System
DG
DJ
DM
Hydraulic Power Supply
DN
DP
DQ
Fire Detection and Warning and Extinguishing Systems
Fuel Supply
Gaseous Oxygen System
Miscellaneous Utilities
Advisory/Warning Systems
Pitot Static Systems
Engine Instruments
EB
EM
EM
HC
Fuel Indicating System
Weapons Delivery
HC
XQ
Quick Engine Change Trainer (QECT)
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
COMMUNICATION
Area
Operations
Materiel
Maintenance
Engineering
ILS
Asset Mgmt
Airworthiness
Health Measure
Concern
Operational Restrictions
O.R. Imposed
Alert
Critical
Unsatisfactory Condition Reports (UCRs)
Open UCR
Flight Safety Occurences
Open minor FS
ADL Serious and above
HPRs
HPR
Repeated HPR
Affecting multiple AC
Open UCR is Past Due
ROBs and Transfers
Open FS UCR
Repeated ROB
Component Repair and Overhaul Supportability
X month stockout
Y month stockout
Z month stockout
Maintenance Deviations
Special Inspections
deviation
aging deviation
expired deviation
SI
SI with short compliance
SI overdue
Mods (CFMIs)
aging mod
FS related mod
NSRs
NSR within Xd
NSR greater than Zd
ILS Alerts (FRACAS)
increased failures X months
increased failures Z months
Worst Offenders
system on Ao WO list
Work on system stalled
Publications
under X year in work
over Z year in work
AICPs, CMPCs and APAFs
artefacts < X months
artefacts < Y months
artefacts > Z year old
Record of Airworthiness Risk Management
Low mitigated risk
Med or High mitigated risk
Airworthiness Directives
assessed within Xd
not assessed after ZZd
Airworthiness Notices
not assessed XXd
not assessed ZZd
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AGING AIRCRAFT SUPPORT
PERFORMANCE
Performance Measure
Initial
Current
Number of HPRs per month
32
26
Number of repeat HPRs per month
10
4.8
25.4 days
5.5 days
68%
88%
140 days
110 days
HPR satisfaction turnaround time
(days)
MR&O components delivered with the
RPC (repair priority code) time target
Publications Turnaround time (days)
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SUMMARY
• Core Services of
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Configuration Management
Publications Management
Engineering
Supply Chain and R&O Management
Asset Management
Logistics Support Analysis
Located within arms reach
Integrated processes
Common understanding - Communication
Analysing – Planning – Implementing – Reviewing
25% reduction in cost + 30% increase in performance
Aircraft Ao previously at 35% - Now at >50%
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Questions
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