The Office of the ADUSD (TP) is charged with responsibility for policy guidance to ensure that a safe, efficient, and effective Defense Transportation System is available to combatant commanders during peacetime, mobilization, and wartime.
The ADUSD (TP) works closely with USTRANSCOM and other DOD Components to advise on distribution portfolio management issues and investments as well as various distribution initiatives that will improve overall support to the war fighter.
The ADUSD (TP) works closely with DOD Components to enable, through net-centric solutions, joint force movement processes and supporting re-engineering initiatives.
To frame the Defense Transportation Coordination Initiative (DTCI), ADUSD (TP) sponsored a network analysis of domestic freight movements, and the results indicate that reduced cycle times, increased distribution reliability and visibility, and resource saving are achievable by changing the processes for shipment movements.
The ADUSD (TP) works closely with USTRANSCOM and the Air Mobility Command (AMC) to ensure that US Flag air carriers supporting DOD maintain the highest certification standards.
ADUSD (TP), in partnership with the US Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM), USTRANSCOM, and Joint Staff, are aggressively defining the "to be" joint deployment process.
ADUSD (TP) continues to provide policy and guidance to ongoing transportation reengineering, prototype and expansion efforts such as expansion of PowerTrack to Personal Property and to Europe, the Automated Commercial Payment and Accounting Process Initiative and for processing and reconciling Transportation Working Capital Fund transactions.
The household goods movement re-engineering effort, known as the "Families First Initiative", is directed by USTRANSCOM in coordination with the ADUSD (TP), the Military Services and industry.
The ADUSD (TP) works closely with USTRANSCOM and the Air Mobility Command to ensure that air carriers maintain up-to-date, and the highest of certification standards.
As the senior DoD representative on the NDTA Military Sealift Committee, ADUSD (TP) coordinates DoD sealift policy with the maritime industry and other Government departments and agencies.
(TP) continues to provide policy and guidance to ongoing transportation reengineering, prototype and expansion efforts such as the Automated Commercial Payment and Accounting Process Initia tive and the Transportation Working Capital Fund effort.
(TP), working closely with USTRANSCOM, HQ AMC (DoD Contract Liaison), GSA and industry representatives have embarked on a new solicitation with a dual fare structure, i.