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Logistics Modernization Program Increment 2

  • Investment Description

    The Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) is a System (combination of COTS hardware and software solution) that delivers an enterprise system that builds, sustains, and generates warfighting capabilities using one of the largest, fully-integrated supThe Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) is a System (combination of COTS hardware and software solution) that delivers an enterprise system that builds, sustains, and generates warfighting capabilities using one of the largest, fully-integrated supply chain and maintenance, repair, and overhaul solutions in the world. It is the Army''s core logistics IT initiative that replaced the two largest National level logistics systems: the inventory management CCSS, and the depot and arsenal operations SDS. LMP support is critical to the Army achieving an integrated enterprise solution that enables materiel readiness and provides asset management and accountability, architecture and acquisition compliancy. Although many of the existing 30-year-old systems that managed the Army''s logistics supply of critical equipment and repair parts have been subsumed, there are still critical antiquated systems remaining that must be replaced and manual processes that need to be automated.The LMP Increment 2 mission is to deliver new and expanded capabilities to achieve ABC (Army Business Council) and the DoD Enterprise Transition Plan objectives, and address strategic Business Transformation elements for the Army (e.g., NMP, EEM and AIT) and the DoD directive for IUID; support the full spectrum of DoD and Army ERP integration efforts; and support the alignment of applicable DoD E2E business processes. When fully deployed, the LMP Increment 2 will deliver capabilities that address critical AMC requirements for automation of the industrial base shop floor operations, standardization of Ammunition AIT, NAMI management, APS planning, NMP, and the expansion and refinement of the integration between ERP systems.The LMP has approx 21,000 users at more than 50 Army and DoD CONUS and OCONUS locations, including the Army''s Lifecycle Management Commands (LCMCs) at Communications Electronics Command (CECOM), Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM), and Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM), as well as Joint Munitions & Lethality (JM&L), Army Sustainment Command (ASC), and Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS). The LMP Increment 2 will add 9,000 users and expand capabilities for 5,000 existing users. Stakeholders include DoD / Office of the Secretary of Defense, Department of the Army, and Congress. Beneficiaries include all customers and stakeholders, as well as Soldiers who ultimately use the items and parts that were repaired and tracked through the LMP system. More..

  • FY2015 (CY) Spending

    $125.56 M

    Time frame of Investment

    2012 - 2026

  • Status

    No change in status

CIO Information

Terry Halvorsen

Agency Head

Ashton Carter

Agency

DOD

Bureau

Army

Evaluation by Agency CIO

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Current Evaluation

4

Color balls based on variances or ciorating

Evaluation Explanation

Issues identified and being addressed.Issues identified and being addressed.

Project Summary

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  • Number of Projects

    1

  • Cost Variance

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  • Schedule Variance

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Project Name Project Life Cycle Costs Cost Variance Schedule Variance Project Status
LMP Increment (Inc) 2$321.5 MGreenGreenIn-progress

Operational Performance

Metric Description Frequency Unit of Measure FY2015 Target Most Recent Actual Metric Status Updated Date of Most
Recent Actual *
Percent system availability: total amount of systePercent system availability: total amount of system downtime - both scheduled and unplanned. More..MonthlyPercentagePercentage99.599.88Met2014-09-30
Percent of transactions with system response time Percent of transactions with system response time under 2 seconds. More..MonthlyPercentagePercentage9598.4Met2014-09-30
Average response time.Average response time.MonthlySecondsSeconds20.62Met2014-09-30
Disaster Recovery - Meets and/or exceeds Recovery Disaster Recovery - Meets and/or exceeds Recovery Point Objective (RPO): The amount of time that can lapse between Primary and Secondary data facilities to be in sync with respect to data-transfers and user logon (Government monitored exercise). More..MonthlyHoursHours4----
Number of unique production system defects associaNumber of unique production system defects associated with software changes resulting in a total loss of the execution of a LMP critical business process with no workaround over a twelve month period. More..MonthlyNumber of defectsNumber of defects6--Met2014-09-30
Percent of the assigned baseline capabilities desiPercent of the assigned baseline capabilities designated as critical with acceptable, documented workarounds and correctable system non-conformances. More..MonthlyPercentagePercentage90100Met2014-07-31
CPIcum is a measure of cost efficiency. It is theCPIcum is a measure of cost efficiency. It is the ratio of Earned Value (EV) over actual costs (AC), and is computed as the Cumulative Budgeted Cost of Work Performed (BCWP) (in dollars) / Cumulative Actual Cost of Work Performed (ACWP) (in dollars). More..Monthlydollar ratiodollar ratio0.95----

* Value is self-reported by the agency.

Related URLs

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Related DatasetsRelated DatasetsNo https://www.po.lmp.army.mil/_site/index.html
Related DatasetsRelated Datasetshttp://www.army.mil/lmp
Related Social MediaRelated Social Mediahttp://www.army.mil/lmp
Related Social MediaRelated Social Mediahttp://www.facebook.com/usarmylmp
General InformationGeneral InformationNo https://www.po.lmp.army.mil/_site/index.html
General InformationGeneral Informationhttp://www.army.mil/lmp
General InformationGeneral Informationhttp://www.facebook.com/usarmylmp
Related to Broader Program/BusinessRelated to Broader Program/BusinessNo https://www.po.lmp.army.mil/_site/index.html
Related to Broader Program/BusinessRelated to Broader Program/Businesshttp://www.army.mil/lmp
Related to Broader Program/BusinessRelated to Broader Program/Businesshttp://www.facebook.com/usarmylmp

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Other Investment Metrics

Category Value
Does the investment have any activities with a planned duration greater than a year?:Yes
Planned duration of the longest activity (days):575
Average planned duration of in-progress and future activities (days):393
Planned cost of one activity is greater than 25% of total planned cost of all activities?:No
Number of contracts applying modular development principles:0

All activity calculations assess only activities with no related child activities.