difficulties in the program and recommends solutions
The DPD prepares an evaluation report on the basis
of plots and backup data provided by the Navys
Mechanicsburg complex (fig. 7-8, views A and B). He
forwards the report to the SYSCOM or PM for
concurrence and inclusion in the quarterly update and
briefing material. The SYSCOM or PM is responsible
for evaluation reports on goals for which the DPD has
RESPONSIBILITIES OF PERSONNEL
The Deputy Chief of Naval Material, Logistic
Support, is responsible for the DART program. That
includes the responsibility to (1) coordinate and
monitor the DART program in NMC organizations to
ensure standard procedures are followed and to
minimize duplication of effort, and (2) make the final
selection of DART problem equipment.
COMNAVSEASYSCOM is the executive director
of the DART program. He establishes the position and
function of the DPD, who is directly responsible for the
operation and refinement of the DART program. The
Maintenance Management Branch provides staffing for
the DPD. The DPD has the following responsibilities:
Develop the equipment nomination list for
SYSCOM review and comment.
Screen final equipment nominations.
Submit approved nominations to the Fleet
Commanders-in-Chief (FLTCINCs) and CNM
for review, approval, and/or comment.
Review each remedial program submitted by a
SYSCOM or PM.
Review progress on corrective actions and
recommend to the CNM ways to solve problems
that cannot be solved at the SYSCOM or PM
Evaluate the effectiveness of corrective action to
meet specific goals.
Act as the single point of contact among the
SYSCOMs on DART program matters.
Produce final DART procedures and report
formats and promulgate them.
Figure 7-8A.-Evaluation of goals.