Accession Number : ADA192334
Title : A Review for a Better Breakout Candidate Predictor Than Annual Buy Value.
Descriptive Note : Master's thesis,
Corporate Author : NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
Personal Author(s) : Olson, Stephen J
PDF Url : ADA192334
Report Date : Dec 1987
Pagination or Media Count : 131
Abstract : The purpose of the Navy's breakout program is to improve the acquisition status of replenishment spare parts through either, (1) identification of the actual manufacturer of an item, or (2) the competitive procurement of a part that was previously purchased noncompetively. The program, as established by the Department of Defense in 1983, had the annual buy value (ABV) as its determinator of candidate items. Since 1983 considerable sophistication has evolved in the breakout determination process. In particular, three models have been developed by various services to replace the ABV approach. This thesis develops a similar model for Navy use. Since such models depend on technical data, the procuring of such data is also considered. The obvious conclusion is that technical data should be obtained during the initial provisioning process. Keyword: Buy Our Spares Smart(BOSS; Breakout; Competition models; Annual Buy Value (ABV); Provisioning; Competition; Theses.
Descriptors : *REPLENISHMENT, *SPARE PARTS, *NAVAL PROCUREMENT, *SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT, *OPERATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS, DETERMINATION, PREDICTIONS, THESES, INVENTORY CONTROL, MANUFACTURING, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, WEAPON SYSTEMS, ACQUISITION, CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT
Subject Categories : Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE