Problems in Achieving ILS Requirements Through Analysis 670652
This paper discusses major problems pertaining to design of an Integrated Logistic Support System. The paper reflects seven years of experience in implementing ILS requirements on a large variety of Navy programs.
Problems pertaining to quantification of requirements, including the role of systems analysis, data banks, planning data elements and sampling of the experience of highly qualified using personnel are explored.
Ways to insure development of valid requirements, and how to insure that the requirements are included in basic program documents are described.
The paper maps out future work which must be done to further develop methods and techniques for ILS system design.