Emerging Requirements For Optimization Of Military Asset Management

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The tools present in AIO for example fall into the tactical decision making sphere. The tactical uses of this model are fundamentally two-fold: first, to create budgets and second to guide procurement actions. Both the budgeting and the procurement decisions are made at headquarters levels at a point in time that often precedes the time of asset deployment by years.

Although its focus is tactical, AIO can also play a role in shaping strategic plans by providing rapid feedback to senior management on the stocking implications of supply chain design and configuration.

For example, changing the types of repair that will be performed at a given echelon in the supply chain and changing the transportation times to move assets among locations dramatically impact the stocking requirements. AIO permits measurement of these impacts.

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