2015 DOD Maintenance Symposium

December 7-10, 2015

Phoenix, Arizona, USA

Phoenix Convention Center

Managing Depot Variability to Create

Quality, On-Time Cost Effectiveness
Date: Monday, December 7, 2015
Time: 1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
Location: North 124 AB

Objective: Provide an open discussion of innovative methods and processes to mitigate depot maintenance variability.

Abstract: Process variability, unknown defects, and emergent unscheduled maintenance can disrupt the material flow creating significant delays that ripple through depot production plans, schedules, supply support and engineering requirements. Attention and proactive management addressing these types of variabilities enables managers and executive leadership to meet quality, cost, and schedule objectives. This panel of leaders will offer insights into methods, processes, trade-offs, standard work, and repair strategies used to reduce depot production variability in support of quality, on-time delivery, at best cost.

Brigadier General Walter Lindsley, USAF, Commander, Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex

Brigadier General Robert Marion, USA, Program Executive Officer, U.S. Army Aviation
Rear Admiral Mark Whitney, USN, Deputy Commander, Logistics, Maintenance & Industrial Operations, Naval Sea Systems Command
Rear Admiral Paul Sohl, USN, Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers
Mr. Trent Blalock, Deputy Commander, Marine Depot Maintenance Command
Mr. Peter Laszcz, Managing Partner, MRO Insight
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