D-EME must provide direct authorization to JRPC to allow the release of heavy industrial supplies to the third-line maintenance units, called medium workshops.
Of major importance to the medium workshops is the Iraqi Asset Management Program (IAMP), an Internet-based portal that provides real-time work-order submission, information on replacement-parts availability at JRPC, replacement-parts ordering and tracking, and technical manuals translated into Arabic for download.
In 2009, Anham withdrew from all medium workshops to manage IAMP from JRPC at Camp Taji.
The information was also used to assist with the development of maintenance training plans and to shadow-track parts requests to JRPC and D-EME.
Personnel then copy the information on a computer disk and upload it to the online JRPC national database at the medium workshop.