EVALUATION OF GOALS
This chart will be used to construct a plot of the corrective goals
established in the IMPLEMENTATION PLAN versus completion dates
to evaluate progress toward goals. These goals are Mean Time Between
Failures (MTBF), Mean Time To Repair (MITR), Operational
Availability (&], Delay Time Awaiting Parts, Average Repair Time, and
so forth. These plots should be shown on a single chart, using appropriate
scales on the Y-axis for the corrective goals and the X-axis for the
appropriate time phase. The EVALUATION OF GOALS chart will
normally come into play after return information is available showing
progress toward goals.
Figure 7-8B.-Evaluation of goats (explanation for using chart).
The commanders of NAVAIRSYSCOM,
NAVSUPSYSCOM, and NAVSEASYSCOM (or their
designated representatives) have the following general
responsibilities in the DART program:
Review problem equipment nominations for
Develop and submit remedial programs to the
DPD to solve problems for equipment for which
they are responsible and that has been approved
for DART program management.
Be sure adequate resources are provided to
accomplish the corrective actions.
Manage the remedial programs.
Provide progress reports to the DPD.
Nominate problem equipments.
Provide inputs to the CNM to help in the final
selection of problem equipment. -
In addition to these general responsibilities, various
commands are assigned the following responsibilities:
. All three SYSCOMS issue implementing
directives to satisfy their general responsibilities,
which were described earlier. Each of them
designates a single point of contact within their
commands for matters related to the DART
COMNAVSEASYSCOM establishes necessary
staffing and develops procedures to satisfy the
responsibilities of the DPD.
The Chief of Naval Personnel (CHNAVPERS) is
assigned the following responsibilities:
Designate a single point of contact within
NAVPERS to interface with the SYSCOM
points of contact described in the previous
Find solutions to personnel problems that affect
equipment, such as too few personnel or
inadequate training. Such problems can be
expected as a result of SYSCOM analysis of
selected problem equipments.
Develop and submit to the DPD a timely and
realistic course of action to resolve identified
The Deputy Commander, Fleet Maintenance and
Logistic Support Directorate, is designated as the DPD.
In addition to the responsibilities mentioned earlier