Army Defense Logistics system
Army Participation in the Defense Logistics Agency Weapon System Support Program
* Clarifies the role of the Weapon System Support Program (para 1-1).
* Realigns responsibilities (para 1-4).
* Changes the number of systems allowed for weapon system group code level A (para 2-2).
* Changes approval levels of the weapon system group code (para 2-7).
* Updates metrics (table 3-1).
* Replaces integrated materiel manager centers with life cycle management commands (throughout).
* Makes administrative changes (throughout).
This regulation prescribes Department of Army (DA) policies, responsibilities, and procedures for managing and executing Army participation in the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Weapon System Support Program (WSSP) administered by DLA. The DLA WSSP was established to enable the Services to identify to DLA those common consumable parts required to ensure adequate supply posture in support of organizational readiness objectives. The overall objective of the DLA WSSP is to enhance the readiness and sustainability of the military Services by providing the maximum practical level of support for DLA-managed items with weapon system application. The DLA WSSP enables DLA to develop a support strategy geared to the criticality of the weapon system end items as registered in the WSSP and the essentiality of its component parts. The DLA uses the WSSP to make personnel assignments, which initiate procurement actions, tailor business arrangements, and focus attention on national stock numbers (NSNs) degrading mission capability of the military Services' critical systems.
Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in .
1-3. Explanation of abbreviations and terms
Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the .
a. Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4. The DCS, G-4 , will
(1) Set policies for management of Army participation in the DLA WSSP.
(2) For Army systems registered within the WSSP, act as approval authority for proposed weapon system group code (WSGC) migrations to level A or from level A to level B or level C. In addition, act as approval authority for proposed deletions of WSGC level A systems from WSSP.
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