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Aviation Manpower Requirements

Code 30

Slide2

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Navy Manpower Analysis CenterDefining the Demand Signal for MPTE Supply Chain

Vision: We lead the Navy in manpower solutionsMission: We define, translate, classify the Navy’s work into a workforce structure and position demand signal to sustain a combat ready force

Core Functions:Navy’s Occupational Classification Systems Fleet Manpower Requirements DeterminationNavy’s Manpower Management Program AdministrationNavy’s Manpower Information System Business RQMTOutput:Valid manpower requirements for all ships and squadrons201,000 RQMTs - 43% of Navy Military RQMTsEffective Jobs & Qualifications for military human resource mgmtMilitary human resource structure (Rating, NEC, NEBC, Designators, AQD, NOBC, SUPSPEC)Effective manpower management processes & policies for delivery of the manpower demand signalNavy’s authoritative 6,260 Activity Manpower Documents (AMDs) containing 723,000 Total Force positions Valid manpower business processes in Information SystemsNavy-wide IS interfaces from TFMMS and NMRS (40+ Interfaces)

$16B(fully funded)

Adding value by properly defining Navy’s work to create accurate manpower demand for FIT

As of end

Feb 2016

Civil Service &

Contract

250,970

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Department's Primary Mission

It’s All About Fleet Readiness…

MISSION:

Analyze & determine in accordance with

OPNAVINST

1000.16L, the minimum QUANTITY and QUALITY of manpower required to accomplish 100% of Squadron capabilities as defined in the latest approved ROC/POE.

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Aviation Products and Customers

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Products

Squadron Manpower Documents (

SQMD

)

Manpower Requirements Worksheet (

MRW

)

Preliminary

SQMD

Created by NAVAIR

Checked

by

NAVMAC for policy compliance

Customers

Force Commanders

All Fleet Squadrons

All

FRSs

, VX-1 & VX-9

Afloat

AIMD

,

SEAOPDET

,

VANOPDET

Slide5

SQMD Methodology

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SQUADRON MANPOWER

REQUIREMENTS

COMPUTER SYSTEM

(SQMRS)

ROC/POE

ON-SITE

VALIDATION

STAFFING

STDS

STATISTICAL

MODELS BASED

ON HISTORIC

CM (NALDA)

CURRENT PM (MRC)

DRAFT SQMD

RECLAMA

ADJUDICATION

LOAD INTO TFMMS

SQUADRON

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AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

DATABASE

MRW Methodology

TASKING

MAINTENANCE

VALUES

LOAD INTO TFMMS

SHIP/SEAOPDET AMDs

RECLAMA

ADJUDICATION (N12)

DRAFT MRW

AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

DATABASE

*ON-SITE VISIT

FLEET FORCES/TYCOM

LOAD DRAFT INTO TFMMS

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Major Data Sources

NAVAIR Logistics Data Analysis (NALDA):Documented Corrective Maintenance by:Type/Model/Series AircraftType EquipmentProduction Work CenterNAVAIRSYSCOM:Preventive Maintenance and scheduled inspection requirements.

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Other Data Sources

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ROC/POE (Required Operational Capabilities/ Projected Operational Environment)

TYCOM

Tasking Letter

CNO/N1/N98 Directed Functions

Staffing Standards

On-Site Workload Measurement (non-

NALCOMIS

)

Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (

NAMP

)

COMNAVAIRFORINST

4790.2 Series

Production Planning Factors (

PPFs

) for FRS

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AIMD Maintenance Values

Reported maintenance data from

NALDA

by T/M/S and equipment supported for:

- Aircraft Maintenance (

AM

)

- Support Maintenance (

SM

)

Maintenance data for all deployed carriers is reviewed annually and updated as required

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Required Operational Capability/ Projected Operating Environment

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ROC: Defines the Mission, Functions and Tasks your aircraft platform is to perform.

POE: Defines the minimum capabilities or parameters to accomplish your aircraft platform’s operations.

Aircraft Utilization (flight hours / month)

Sortie Length

Crew / Seat Ratio

Primary Aircraft Authorized (PAA)

Additional Manpower Requirements

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TYCOM Tasking Letter

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Tasking Letter:

The most critical element in developing the MRW

Identifies:

Aircraft type/model/series (T/M/S) and number

SEAOPDET Identification/Location

Quantity

and type of

test bench/equipment

Support Equipment (SE) type and number

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SQMD Development

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During SQMD development, we use:

Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) to define overall SQMD. States a need for work centers that aren’t directly tied to the maintenance of aircraft but, play a vital role in the effort. Examples: Quality Assurance, Maintenance Control, Maintenance Administration and Material Control.

Staffing Standards to determine support/non-production work center requirements.

Measured Workload Equations to determine production work center requirements.

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Staffing Standards

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Staffing Standards are either Directed or Engineered.

A Directed Staffing Standard is a requirement specified by instruction/policy (CMC, DAPA, etc.) not otherwise tied to any countable item/event factor.

An Engineered Staffing Standard is a relationship between man-hours and a specified set of tasks, written as an equation with at least one countable item/event factor and includes an optimized distribution of both quantity and quality manpower (YN, PS, etc.).

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Engineered Staffing Standard

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Number of Personnel Assigned Example

Yeoman Calculation

(.7290) (X)

70 Hour Work Week

X = Total Officer/Enlisted Requirements

X = 236

172.044 divided by 70(work week) = 2.45 =

3 requirements

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Staffing Standards

* CMDCM* CCC* DAPA* SAFETY PO* MC MCPO/CPO/FDCMC CLERKSMAINT ADMIN* DATA ANALYSTS* DIV CPO

* HAZMAT TOOL ROOM / IMRL PO* PHASE SUPERVISORTROUBLESHOOTERSTRAINING CLERKS* QAR* TECH PUB LIBRARIANYN/PSOPS CLERK*Directed Staffing Standard

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Workload Elementsfor Production Work Centers

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Administrative Support (AS)

Applied to all production work centers

Facilities Maintenance (FM)

Applied using janitorial handbook - based on shop size

Utility Tasking (UT)

Applied to production work centers that deploy on aircraft carriers

Support Action (SA)

Applied based on mission of work center and T/M/S

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Preventive Maintenance (PM)Collected from the Maintenance Requirement Cards (MRC) deck for each Type/Model/Series aircraft assigned to your activity.Conditional Inspections are extracted from NALDA and used in our CM workload calculation.We then apply:17 percent Make Ready/Put Away (MR/PA) allowance to total PM for work center.Some T/M/S will have models developed to predict PM based on actuals, but that will be the exception

Workload Elements

(cont)

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Workload Elements (cont)

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Corrective Maintenance (CM)

Your

reported maintenance data is used in the development of our T/M/S maintenance predictor model. This data is retrieved directly from Naval Aviation Logistics Data Analysis (

NALDA

) database.

A maintenance model is developed using regression analysis process and industrial engineering practices and tools to predict future workload for the aircraft.

Up to an 8% Production Delay (

PD

) allowance is applied to the work center PM and CM calculations.

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Navy StandardProductive Availability Factors

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Squadron Personnel at Sea - 70 hours

VAQ

,

VAW

,

VFA

HSC

, HSM etc.

Shore Based Deployable - 60 hours

VP, VR and

VQ

Expeditionary

HSC

and

VAQ

etc.

Shore Based - 33.38 hours

Fleet Replacement Squadrons,

VX

etc.

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Squadron Personnel at SeaProductive Availability Factor

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OPNAVINST

1000.16L

– Appendix D

81 Potential

Work Hours

per week available

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Shore Based DeployableProductive Availability Factor

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Only shows the same 81 Potential

Work Hours

per week

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Shore BasedProductive Availability Factor

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40 Potential

Work Hours

per Week

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Workload Equation Example

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W/C 110 (e

xample carrier based)

AS + FM + UT + SA + PM + CM (

HRS

/

WK

)

Productive Work Week

154 + 5 + 6 + 306 + 105 + 242

70 Hour Work Week

818 / 70 = 11.68 or

12 Requirements =

Quantity

Paygrade Matrix =

Quality

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Paygrade Matrix

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

PAYGRADE

E-8

E-7

E-6

E-5

E-4

E-3

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 21 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8

W/C 110 Example

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Work center Requirement = AM + SM + AS 70 Where “AM” = Calculated Aircraft Maintenance by T/M/S “SM” = Calculated Support Maintenance by equipment “AS” = Calculated Administrative Support by Work Center Total requirements are then applied to specific staffing tables for paygrade assignment to meet NEC requirements and distribution.

AIMD

Production Work Center

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Officer and Aircrew Requirements

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Aircrew

Driven by Production Planning Factors (

PPFs

) for FRS

Driven by Crew Seat Ratio (CSR) & Primary Authorized Aircraft (

PAA

) for operational fleet squadrons.

CSR x

PAA

= Total Crews

Total Crews x Crew Positions =

Total Aviators/Aircrew

Ground Officers

As directed by instruction/higher authority, or as defined in the ROC/POE (Intel, Supply,

AirSpeed

, etc.).

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On-site Visits

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They are not always required or feasible

When site visits occur, they usually:

Precede document creation and are driven by changes to the ROC/POE, maintenance practices, or to validate changes to the Maintenance Predictor Model.

Involve like-squadrons on both coasts.

Include a comprehensive manpower determination brief.

Address specific areas of concern.

Ensure proper application of staffing standards.

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Manpower Document Flow

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NAVMAC generates package (DSQMD or MRW)

Draft SQMD is provided to US Fleet Forces (USFF)/Type Commander (CNAF)/Wings for distribution and review.

Manpower issues are returned to NAVMAC as a Fleet Review and Comments package (Reclama).

NAVMAC reviews, drafts recommendations on the issues, and submits the adjudication package to OPNAV N12.

OPNAV N12 makes final adjudication decision and returns to NAVMAC for input to TFFMS.

Requirements become “live” for distribution process.

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Operational Reality

Manpower-vs.-Manning

Faces

Authorization

Places

Requirements

Personnel

Demand

Navy Manning

Plan

Current

On-board

COB

NMP

Endstrength

RQMT

…manpower requirements are only a part of the overall picture…

Controls

Readiness Gap

“Risk”

Funding

Authorization

Classify Work

Work

MFT

Work

29

NAVMAC Direct Work

Initial Manpower

Specification

NAVMAC Support to N12

ROC/POE

or

TASKING LETTER

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Determine

Requirements

IdentifyMission

SponsorPrograms

RequirementsAuthorized

PersonnelAssetsOn-board

Distribution

Inventory

RecruitingTrainingEducationPromotionRetentionPolicies

ROC/POE

MNS/MFT

N2N6/N9_

PM/NAVMAC/BSOs

BSOs

N13/ NETC

PERS/NRC

NPC (Detailers)

SMD/FMD/

SQMD/SMRD

End-Strength

Controls

PERS-4013

OFF / ENL

Programmed Authorizations

(OPA / EPA)

Billets Authorized (BA)

Manpower

Personnel

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N1/

N2N6/

N4/N9_

Acquisition

Theoretical Manpower Process

High Level - Integration

AMD

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Conclusion

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The ROC/POE is the foundation for squadron manpower determination.

Aviation Staffing Standards are

guidelines

in the determination of overhead/support requirements.

Manpower requirements are dynamic, the model must be continuously updated to ensure accuracy.

NAVMAC web site

http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/organization/navmac/Pages/default2.aspx

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Conclusion

The ROC/POE is the foundation for squadron manpower determination and Ship’s Tasking for

MRWs

.

Aviation Staffing Standards are guidelines in the determination of overhead/support requirements.

Manpower requirements are dynamic, the model must be continuously updated to ensure accuracy.

NAVMAC web site

http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/organization/navmac/Pages/default2.aspx

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Code 30 Points of Contact

Aviation Dept Head 901-874-6244

Deputy Dept Head 901-874-6240

Aviation LCPO 901-874-6399

SQMD

Div

O 901-874-6303

SQMD

Lead Analyst 901-874-6348

Fixed Wing Lead Analyst 901-874-6231

Rotary Wing Lead Analyst 901-874-6411

AIMD

Afloat

Div

O 901-874-6314

AIMD

Afloat Lead Analyst 901-874-6238

DSN

– 882, email is in NMCI Global

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