HRD 897 SSRP

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Clemson University HRD 897 Applied Research and Development Michael Hansen
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  • Clemson University

    HRD 897

    Applied Research and Development

    Michael Hansen

  • SSRP processSSRP methodologySSRP Bingo ChartSSRP supporting AT21 in webMethods BPM
  • CONUS

    OCONUS

    Services/COCOMs direct theater distribution

    Over-Ocean

    SSRP will direct consolidation into pure or mixed lanes at the CCPs (DLA, GSA, etc.) and deconsolidation at a TCSP

    Ad hoc and localized approaches have led to inefficiencies in how surface cargo is moved USTC Fusion Center will serve to aggregate demand information with stakeholder input to minimize distribution costs while improving service

    1:Strategic Surface Route Plan (SSRP) balances supply and transportation costs to lower end-to-end supply chain cost while maintaining or improving velocity. Key route plan decision is determining pure vs. mixed lanes on a lane-by-lane basis.

    Depot / CCP

    40

    pure

    Supply Support Activity #1

    40

    mixed

    pure

    TCSP or CRSP

    (e.g. TCSP-E, DDKS, DDYJ, etc.)

    Supply Support Activity #1

    SSRP directs consolidation at the CCP and deconsolidation at the TCSP

  • Entire surface consolidation lanes driven by ARCENT CENTCOM Pure Pallet Plan

    Over Ocean Portion driven by new Strategic Surface Route Plan

    Intra-Theater Distribution run by CENTCOM/ ARCENT/ CDDOC

    - Strategic Surface Route Plan will guide over-ocean movement of containers

    - In-theater distribution/transportation will be handled as it always has been

    - Entire change will be transparent to customers

    coordinated

    As-IsTo-Be

    *

  • Ad-Hoc decision makingBased on Air route plansLittle consideration for volume, cost, or velocity

    PreSSRP

    PostSSRP

    Considers volume, cost and velocity Vets decisions with stakeholdersDeveloped independently by Depots & CCP locationsMethodology inconsistent across organizationsNon-iterativeFusion Center develops in partnership with GSA, DLA, DDC, and COCOMsMethodology consistent across organizationsIterative, supporting continuous process improvementStrategic use of container type, mixed containers to maximize cost efficiencyImproves (or holds constant) Velocity Poorly utilized containers cost inefficienciesLong CCP hold time increased CWT

    Depot / CCP

    40

    pure

    Supply Support Activity #1

    40

    mixed

    pure

    TCSP or CRSP

    Supply Support Activity #2

    Depot / CCP

    40

    pure

    Supply Support Activity #1

    Supply Support Activity #2

    40

    pure

  • *

    Global Route Structure Implementation Plan

    Linked to MRV-S

    Version 123456Overview / OutcomeAutomation of current manual SSRP analysis and process. ~55% of surface volumes in SSRP. Addition of NDN and additional strategic surface routes Initial Strategic Air Route Plan on select lanes. ~75% of surface volumes in SSRP.~5-10% of air volumes in SARPGlobal SSRP and SARP. Historical-based processing transitioned to forecast-based.All major surface routes. ~60-70% of air volumes in SARP. Improved pure/mixed decisions through forecast-based processing. Actual requisition-based optimization with real-time dynamic routing. Improved pure/mixed decisions through real-time processing. All major lanes. Select initial multi-mode and node optimization (CONUS and Theater segments included).Initial end-to-end route optimization (CONUS / Theater)Multi-mode optimization with all key CONUS and Theater segments Real-time alert management with full event managementRoutes / Segments Strategic Surface Segments of DDSP and GSA to Kuwait, Iraq, Spain, Kosovo, Turkey Version 1.0 + NDN Strategic Segments for DDSP and DDDE Additional strategic surface routes Select initial air routesVersion 2.0 + Complete strategic surface and air routesVersion 3.0Version 4.0 + Select initial CONUS and Theater segmentsVersion 5.0 + All key CONUS and Theater segmentsModes SurfaceSurface, AirSurface, AirSurface, AirSurface, AirSurface, AirAnalyticsHistorical-based processing for Pure / Mixed decisionsHistorical-based processing for Pure / Mixed decisionsForecast-based processing for Pure / Mixed decisionsRequisition-based processing for Pure / Mixed DecisionsRequisition-based processing for route optimizationRequisition-based processing for route optimizationUpdate FrequencyMonthlyMonthlyMonthlyReal-timeReal-timeReal-time Reporting/Monitoring/Event ManagementStrategic Surface Route Plan (SSRP)Strategic Surface Route Plan (SSRP), Strategic Air Route Plan (SARP)SSRP and SARP. Historical Dashboard-based performance monitoring SSRP and SARP. Real-time alert managementSSRP and SARP. Real-time alert management with initial event mgtSSRP and SARP. Real-time alert management with full event mgtPlanned Delivery (Month - CY)Aug 10Feb 11 Aug 11 TBDTBDTBDIOC / FOCIOC - SurfaceIOC - AirFOC Surface / Air
  • Figure 1: Overall SSRP Process

  • Current SSRP process labor intensiveInstitutionalize SSRPPart of overall Global Route StructureSSRP in BMP tool webMethods.