The team leader must conduct a pre-assessment meeting with the program manager, program logistics manager or designee addressing the following:
• Confirm the responsibilities of the program office, team leader and team members.
• Confirm the purpose, scope, and timing of the review.
• Discuss specific review procedures.
• Coordinate the availability and location of ILS and program documentation.
• A tailored listing of ILS and program documentation prepared prior to the assessment for distribution to team members based on Part II and Appendix A.
• Clarify specific logistics assessment schedule of events/agenda.
• Identify the location of all assessment activities.
• Identify program office personnel to respond to ILA team member questions.
• Identify security requirements and arrangements, as well as access to classified material.
• Discuss the conduct of the assessment, including program office responsibilities to develop a program brief.
• Discuss the issuance of draft and final reports.
• Discuss post-review procedures to include follow-up on identified issues.
• Discuss issuance of an ILS certification letter (certification letter stating the ILS program to be fully, conditionally, or not certified).
• Rationale for not reviewing a specific ILA element.
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This handbook was developed and coordinated through the DoN ILA Steering Group, which includes representatives from the Deputy Assistant Secretary Of The Navy (Logistics), Director, Chief of Naval Operations (Material Readiness and Logistics), Deputy Commandant of the Marine Corps (Installations and Logistics), Hardware Systems Commands, and Naval Supply Systems Command. The DoN ILA Steering Group is responsible for the content and management of this handbook. Users of the handbook are invited to send suggested improvements to the handbook and/or the ILA process (including: changes, updates, additions and deletions) to their respective Systems Command Steering Group representative for future consideration.
This handbook provides detailed guidance to facilitate a comprehensive evaluation of the adequacy of ILS planning, management, control, execution and resources. The handbook also defines assessment criteria to be used at Initial Operational Capability (IOC) and Full Operational Capability (FOC) reviews. The methods and checklists in this handbook were designed to implement the requirements of SECNAVINST 5000.2 Series and SECNAVINST 4105.1 SERIES, emphasizing the Fleet as the ultimate customer of the acquisition process.