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    OBWC presented the OO-ALC L-A-M-P award

    OBWC presented the OO-ALC L-A-M-P award

    Photo By Alex Lloyd | (L. to R.) Britt Bush, Joan Young, Jacob Beyer, Brittney Starnes, Michelle Broderick...... read more read more

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, UT, UNITED STATES

    09.17.2019

    Story by Alex Lloyd 

    Ogden Air Logistics Complex

    HILL AIR FORCE BASE, UTAH – When the Ogden Air Logistics Complex was having problems with the industrial product vendor program, which supplies small parts to its maintenance work force, they had to make some extremely important decisions in order to rectify the situation and to make sure the program got back on track and stayed there.

    The Complex Business Operations Workload Management (OBWC) team brought extensive knowledge of the IPV program, and went to work immediately as subject matter experts putting plans in place in support of maintenance operations and accomplished astounding program numbers, many thought the IPV program would never see.

    While turning heads over the last 18 months and with through the use of Art of the Possible, they began raising goals which has allowed for program constraints and road barriers to be quickly resolved.

    The management team began exceeding the challenging requirements and expectations for this program through management of the IPV kitting process by developing an internal program dashboard used for tracking status and part supportability.

    This dashboard has ultimately allowed a clear look into program constraints, resulting in outstanding numbers in kitting fulfillment and raising part supportability from a steady 19% month to month average to a steady 95% fulfillment.

    With continued support towards the mission, the team successfully accomplished part supportabilities highest kitting fulfillment percentage reported at 92.95% for June, to 99.53% in July 2019, and lowest level of backlogged kits reported, from 262 to under 50 during the same time resulting in measured savings to the U.S. Air Force over $876 thousand dollars and hundreds of hours in the last 12 months.

    In recognition of all their hard work in making sure the IPV program is headed in the right direction, the OBWC IPV management team was awarded the Logistics Airmen Mastering Possibilities, or L-A-M-P, Award by Brigadier General Cauley von Hoffman, Ogden Air Logistics Complex commander.

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    Date Taken: 09.17.2019
    Date Posted: 09.17.2019 12:11
    Story ID: 341451
    Location: HILL AIR FORCE BASE, UT, US 

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