AIR FORCE - AFMAN 63-143
CENTRALIZED ASSET MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES
|Publication Date:||12 August 2015|
CAM provides enterprise management at the AF level by focusing resources on AF priorities as defined by operators. CAM encompasses the AF WSS enterprise, the CPFH program, and O&M Support Equipment purchases.
Within WSS, there are four business process areas managed as part of CAM: Depot Purchased Equipment Maintenance (DPEM), Contract Logistics Support (CLS), Sustaining Engineering (Sust Eng), and Technical Orders (TO). The DPEM business process includes multiple sub-categories: Aircraft and Missile Requirements (AMR), Engine Maintenance, Area/Base/Manufactur
The CPFH program covers costs that directly support the launch, recovery, inspection, servicing, and maintenance of an aircraft or aircraft component or a piece of support equipment that directly supports aircraft maintenance and fuel. The CPFH budget has three components: Depot Level Reparables (DLRs), Consumable Supplies, and Aviation Petroleum Oil and Lubricants (AVPOL).
The O&M Support Equipment Purchase program is the only non-WSS, non-CPFH program managed by CAM. These resources support assets belonging to active AF, National Guard Bureau (NGB), AFRC, and AFMC Research, and Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E).