Logistics Readiness Center

Maintenance Division (MD)

The Maintenance Division (MD) is in building 8000, room 248, phone 526-2674.

The Maintenance Division is the single entry point to access Commodity-oriented Field, Sustainment and BASOPS level maintenance support to US Army Garrison, tactical organizations and AR 5-9 MTOE/TDA organizations that exceeds the organizational and sustainment units' capability and or capacity IAW HQDA Guidance in current Army maintenance pass-back policy, AR 5-9, and AR 750.1.

The Maintenance Division has overall responsibility for division personnel and contracted operations to ensure the contract and supporting surveillance plans are executed to the levels of expected performance with consideration to cost, and mission risk. MD operations include requirements owner for the Functional Division (overall responsible for the inputs and outputs of the division), provide short (Operational) and long term (Strategic) planning and forecasting, Contract Oversight and Administration Plan, provide final input to Contract documents (PSW, PRS, QASP) and determines risk assessments, approves all changes in work load priorities, monitor performance trends and formulates courses of actions (COA's) to sustain or improve contract performance, pursues Government resources when low performance is resulting from insufficient Government provided equipment (material, tools, facilities, etc). The MD is responsible for disseminating clear guidance to the division and contractor in terms of policy, mission requirements, and changes in priorities, and ensures accurate and complete Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCE) for all external and base contract workloads based on relevant Technical Exhibits (workload requirements).

Maintenance Operations

Maintenance Operations is located in building 8000, room 248, phone is 534-9027.

Maintenance Operations mission is the internal administrative function of the Division, FAR GIN responsibilities, and IMMO functions as outlined in AR 750-1. Maintenance Operations include, establishing plans, policies, and procedures, coordinating support maintenance operations with installation and directorate level staff sections, GFP/GFE capabilities assessment, procurement planning and execution, supply and materiel management; small contract purchases, GPC, UFR management. IMMO functions (Warranty/MWO Coordinator, PQDR's, SOUMs, GPMs), and SAMS-IE/LIS system administration. Maintenance Operations has a Systems Section that supports and services the Standard Army Maintenance System-Installation Enhanced (SAMS-IE). SAMS-IE absorbs information from several other maintenance programs and is used as a visual tool to monitor Units and Contractor maintenance for exacting program management.

Contracting Officer Representative (COR)

The COR section is responsible for all Government technical interface concerning the contractor and furnishing technical instructions to the contractor. Technical interfaces in include: technical advice/recommendations/clarifications of specific details relating to technical aspects of contract, requirements; milestones to be met within the general terms of the contract or specific subtasks of the contract; or, any other interface of a technical nature necessary for the contractor to perform the work specified in the contract or order. The COR is the point of contact through whom the contractor can relay questions and problems of a technical nature to divisional level TA's or the KO. The COR is responsible for interfacing with the TAs or QAEs and claimants, receiving and storing all reports/comments issued by the TAs or QAEs and claimants and documenting any issues relative to the contract/orders.

Material Management

Material Management is in building 8000, room 248, phone is 524-9027.

Material Management the executing agent of all Commodity-oriented Field, Sustainment and BASOPS level maintenance support to US Army Garrison, tactical organizations and AR 5-9 MTOE/TDA organizations that exceeds the organizational and sustainment units' capability and or capacity IAW HQDA Guidance in current Army maintenance pass-back policy, AR 5-9, and AR 750.1.

Material Management maintains direct oversight of the contracted maintenance program by interacting with contract service provider in relation to work loading, monitoring time lines and accuracy of CSP decisions, and providing information pertaining to production performance and conditions. Material Maintenance operations include reviewing workload requirements and densities and compiling Government estimated workloads and Government Cost estimates (GCE) for all materiel maintenance requirements, establishing Shop rates, development and monitoring of internal maintenance policies, providing mission priorities, future work load requirements, and technical direction through the COR to the CSP, compiling and analyzing statistical data and records on production performance. Material maintenance is the direct interface to the Brigade level materiel maintenance managers, AFSBn, and other materiel management agencies.

Quality Management

Quality Management is in building 8000, room 248, phone is 524-9027.

Quality Management provides Contract Administration, Quality Assurance of Contract Service Provider Logistics Support Services Processes, and Government Acceptance Inspections of materiel received from the Contract Service Provider for Commodity-oriented Field, Sustainment and BASOPS level maintenance support.

Quality Management encompasses the Quality Assurance and Surveillance, Quality Control, and Maintenance Division Business Management System (BMS). The Sections primary function to ensure the CSP is performing and executing materiel maintenance in accordance with the contract (PWS, PRS, and QASP). Quality Management operations are conduct and execute quality surveillance in accordance with approved quality assurance surveillance plan (QASP), establish and sustain a 'Government Acceptance" program, compile and analyze statistical data and records and initiation of performance reports, maintain Maintenance Division Business Management System "SOP's", develop, and improve quality assurance and control techniques, criteria, and procedures, manage the MD Management Control and Quality program, provides Monthly Quality Assurance and Control surveillance results to the COR via the TA's.