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    JMR/JILA Overview for APG SOLE Chapter

    By Jean Salvatore, Senior R&D Logistician 20 Feb 08

  • • Why a JMR/JILA process?

    • JILA responsibilities

    • What JMR/JILA means for the future

    JMR/JILA Take-Away Points

  • • What: Joint Materiel Release/Joint Independent Logistics Assessment – New joint process replacing Army MR and Marine

    Corps/Navy ILA – Independently rates elements of ILS for fielding

    decision • When: NOW – JPEO policy memo 19 Nov 07 • Why: JPMs must show supportability co-equal

    to cost, schedule, performance – that systems are “safe, suitable, effective, and supportable”

    • Who: JILA Team = all experienced loggies (level 2 or 3 certified in LCL Log)

    • How: Project and JILA teams work together

    JMR/JILA Snapshot

  • MDA Authority Memo

  • JILA Process Flowchart

  • • JPM requests JILA team leader at MS B • JPEO appoints independent team leader • Project team ILSM completes self-assessment • JILA leader forms an independent team to cover all areas

    needing assessment (may be tailored) • “Kick-off session” – project review, process lay-down • JILA team gathers data, works w/project team

    (background, docs, Q&A), documents findings and ratings • Second session (if time permits) for project team, JILA

    team, and Service reps to meet – JILA team reaches consensus on ratings

    • JILA leader writes report, provides to JPM and DJPEO, briefs at IPR

    KEY POINT: Any RED items identified early – aim to resolve before fielding, before IPR if possible

    JMR/JILA Process Flow/Method

  • ILS Elements Assessed

    • Integrated Logistics Support Management – AEC supporting most • Facilities • Computer Resources • Budget & Funding • Support Equipment • Packaging, Handling, Storage & Transportation • Maintenance Planning • Supply Support • Technical Data • Design Interface • Manpower, Training & Personnel • Environment, Safety and Occupational Health • Program Protection • Services Materiel Fielding • Type Classification – Standard (TC-S) • Full Materiel Release (FMR) Recommendation • Other

  • Ratings

    • ILS Element Ratings – Red, Yellow, Green – Supportability assessed as to Cost, Schedule,

    Performance Requirements

    • Program Certification Ratings – Not certified (red): Major issues, no workarounds – Conditionally certified (yellow): Moderate-risk

    issues w/detailed plans to correct post-MS – Certified (green): no or minor issues w/planned


  • Sample IPR Slide – FRP Approval

  • Sample IPR Slide – ILS Elements Ratings

  • • JMR/JILA is THE new process – not going away

    • Key players: – Project ILSM – Project Engineer – JILA Team of certified SMEs – Service Reps

    • Gives ILS a seat at the IPR table – good for the life-cycle health of JPM programs – good for supportability focus into the future

    JMR/JILA Summary

  • It’s all about…

  • NOT…

  • JMR/JILA Process






  • JILA Information

    • Info, guidance on ILS share drive (under Joint Materiel Release) and JPEO IDE/KC

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  • JILA Data Sheet



    • RED (NOT READY TO PROCEED) • Date: Date prepared. • Program: Program title per the charter (with acronym if applicable).

    • Assessment Area: Identify the area being assessed per the JILA template. (One assessment area per data sheet.) •

    • Reference(s): Identify the applicable Federal, DoD, Joint, or Service Policy, Regulation, Directive, or Instruction. •

    • Observation: If rated “YELLOW” or “RED,” provide a clear, concise statement of the issue requiring resolution. Provide appropriate rationale / verification for all areas rated “GREEN.”

    • Discussion: Provide enough information to allow the JILA Chairman and the Program ILSM to arrive at a complete understanding of the issue and how it impacts logistics supportability or risk in terms of cost, schedule, or performance.

    • • Required Corrective Action(s) / Recommendation(s): Identify the actions required to mitigate or resolve the issue. • Originator Contact Information:

    • Name/Organization/Code: • Email:

    • DSN:

    • COM:

    • FAX:

    • Program ILSM Response: To be completed by the Program ILSM. Concur / non-concur with the rating, the issue(s), and/or the recommended corrective actions.

    • Disposition: Indicate final adjudication. To be completed by the originator under the direction of the JILA Chairman.

  • TC Designation Memo