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AIR FORCE - AFMAN 63-143

CENTRALIZED ASSET MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES

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Organization: AIR FORCE
Publication Date: 12 August 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 182
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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/Manufacture (A/B/M), Software Maintenance, Storage, and Exchangeables, and Other Major End Items (OMEI). Additionally, the first DPEM sub-category, AMR, has three supporting processes: the Engineering Requirements Review Process (ERRP), the Bill of Work (BOW) process, and the Requirements Supportability process.

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).

Document History

AFMAN 63-143
August 12, 2015
CENTRALIZED ASSET MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES
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...

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