The means to measure the breadth and depth of an AWCF organization that goes beyond simple operational capacities of procurement, storage, manufacturing, and transportation.
SCM3 used many of the LME survey questions, which were each revised to more accurately assess the SCM of an AWCF organization.
GAO analysis showed that the AWCF monthly cash balance fluctuated significantly between fiscal years 2000 and 2009 and exceeded the maximum cash requirement prescribed by DOD regulation for 94 out of 120 months.
Recommendation: To (1) improve the management of the AWCF's cash balances, and (2) clarify the DOD Financial Management Regulation that contains guidance on inventory levels to be maintained by the industrial operations activities, the Secretary of Defense should direct the Secretary of the Army to evaluate periodically the unit cost ratio (obligations to sales) and take action to adjust the ratio as necessary, to support the war effort in Iraq and Afghanistan and the eventual drawdown of troops.
The strategic distribution depot and SSA echelons have one source of funds (the AWCF), designated managers for worldwide procurement and repair actions (the LCMC IMs), and one point of sale (when issued from the SSA).
The chart at top right shows the cumulative financial impact of this planning process for the entire AMC AWCF repair parts inventory.
He set up his own business and then thought about doing his AWCF.
When Jeff collected his original diploma in 2002 there were six farriers at the ceremony there to get their AWCF.