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NAVY - NAVSEA 4790.26

(SER 04RM/049) COMMON MAINTENANCE PLANNING WORKING GROUP (CMPWG)

inactive
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 6 April 2009
Status: inactive
Page Count: 7
scope:

The Common Maintenance Planning Working Group (CMPWG) is Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command's lead organization tasked with continuously improving Class Maintenance Plans. The goals of Class Maintenance Plan improvements are to provide guidance for the most cost effective standardized maintenance requirements and assessment procedures across Carrier, Submarine, and Surface Ship Enterprises, improve maintenance planning and execution, achieve long-term readiness targets, and achieve design or extended platform service life. The CMPWG will assist in achieving these goals by:

Identifying, prioritizing, and scheduling maintenance requirements for review and type of review based on effectiveness measures (e.g., Maintenance Planning-Engineering Analysis (MP-EA), Top Management Attention (TMA), 3-M, Casualty Reporting (CASREP) data), and Fleet/INSERV input, overall cost, impact on ship material condition and service life, effect on readiness, time since last review, and input from operational commanders.

Using Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) principles and standard NAVSEA RCM processes under the direction of SEA C4RM, execute maintenance reviews according to schedule. In conducting maintenance reviews, the CMPWG is to leverage the efforts of other ongoing initiatives, ensure Navy resources are used efficiently across Enterprises, and strive to identify best practices for cross-enterprise implementation where appropriate.

Publishing and implementing the results of maintenance reviews.

Developing or revising instructions, notices, or other documentation as required that institutionalizes the strategies and practices developed by the CMPWG.

The CMPWG will also consider, where appropriate, Common Components Selection from the available "Virtual Shelf" items and the effects of Performance-Based Logistics (PBL) on maintenance requirements, and will provide feedback to appropriate managers.

Exclusions from scope:

The Director of Nuclear Propulsion (SEA 08) is responsible for all technical matters pertaining to nuclear propulsion of U.S. Navy ships and craft, including all aspects of integration of the nuclear plant into the ship system. Nothing in this notice detracts in any way from those responsibilities. Accordingly, the Director of Nuclear Propulsion (SEA 08) will be consulted in all matters pertaining to, or affecting, nuclear propulsion plants including all nuclear and non-nuclear propulsion plant systems and components.

The Director, Strategic Systems Programs (DIRSSP) is responsible for providing material support (acquisition and fleet support of ballistic missile and strategic weapon systems), including missiles, platforms, associated equipment, and^installation and direction of necessary supporting facilities. Nothing in this notice detracts in any way from those responsibilities. Accordingly, the Director, Strategic Systems Programs (DIRSSP) will be consulted in all matters pertaining to, or affecting strategic systems.

In addition, the Strategic Weapons Support System (SWSS) on TRIDENT SSBN and the Attack Weapon Support System (AWSS) for SSGN are considered subsystems of the Strategic Weapons System (SWS) and Attack Weapon System (AWS) respectively. Therefore, any change in preventive or planned maintenance must be agreed upon by SSP. Preventive maintenance ror selected SWSS and AWSS equipment is governed by reference (d). Coordination of planned maintenance for the SWSS and AWSS between SSP and NAVSEA is governed by reference (e).

Reliability analysis of SWS and AWS hardware for preventive and planned maintenance changes should be coordinated with SSP. SSP is the point of contat for NAVSEA/SUBMEPP-proposed changes to SWSS and AWSS preventive and planned maintenance.

Purpose. To continue the charter of and tasking to the NAVSEA Common Maintenance Planning Working Group (CMPWG). This instruction formalizes CMPWG goals, objectives, structure, and general tasking.

Document History

March 6, 2019
(SER 04RM-4603/583) COMMON MAINTENANCE PLANNING WORKING GROUP
Applicability and Scope a. This instruction applies to all Navy Weapons System programs; new weapons system procurements; Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical (HM&E) procurements; and all modernization...
NAVSEA 4790.26
April 6, 2009
(SER 04RM/049) COMMON MAINTENANCE PLANNING WORKING GROUP (CMPWG)
The Common Maintenance Planning Working Group (CMPWG) is Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command's lead organization tasked with continuously improving Class Maintenance Plans. The goals of Class...

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