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Depot Maintenance: Additional Information Needed to Meet DODäó»s Core Capability Reporting Requirements
Zina D. Merritt (au)
The Dept. of Defense (DOD) uses both military depots and contractors to maintain many complex weapon systems and equipment. Recognizing the key role of the depots and the risk of overreliance on contractors, Section 2464 of Title 10 of the U.S. Code requires DOD to maintain a core maintenance capability -- a combination of personnel, facilities, equipment, processes, and technology (expressed in direct labor hours) that is government-owned and government-operated -- needed to meet contingency and emergency requirements. Section 2464 directs DOD to provide a Biennial Core Report to Congress and include three elements: (1) core capability requirements, (2) planned workloads, and (3) explanations and mitigation plans for any shortfalls between core capability requirements and planned workloads. This report assessed the extent to which the DOD report complied with the statute and included supporting information from the services as required by DOD. Table. This is a print on demand report.
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