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1. Scope. This model will cover the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) organization encompassing its 24 Central and Field Sites, at
30 locations, perfornning finance and accounting functions within the United States. The DEAS sites in Europe and Japan are not included in thi
effort. However, consideration will be given to workload realignments from Europe or Japan to the United States. As appropriate, this effort als
includes F&A functions performed by Washington Headquarters Services (WHS) that are being transferred to DFAS and Defense Intelligence
Agency (DIA) F&A functions under consideration for transfer to DFAS. Note: DFAS activities providing local finance and accounting (F&A)
support to DoD organizations will be included in the Local F&A military value model.
a. Analysis will identify closure/realignment candidates. Major Administrative & HQ models may identify other candidates.
b. Analysis will identify which functions (business lines) and corporate activities could combine.
c. Analysis may reveal transformnnational opportunities.
d. Locations with direct access to high-capacity Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) network services are more desirable than those
e. Surrounding communities embody a beneficial quality of life that will be sustained.
3. Military Value Scoring Plan.
Criterion/Attribute/Metric/Question Rationale Weigh
Criterion I The current and future mission capabilities and the impact This criterion was given the highest weight, because a secure (AT FP) environment and a 40%
on operational readiness of the DL)epartment of Defense's total force, skilled workforce are deemed most important in ensuring uninterrupted service to the DoD.
includingtihe impact on joint warfighting, training, and readiness.
Attribute I Secure Facilitics/Survivability Attribute I. given the highest ranking, relative to Attribute 2, because a secure facility is key 20%
to ensuring that DFAS work can be accomplished under any circumstance.
Metric 1 On a DoD owned installation'? Yes/No. On a DoD
owned installation is preferable
Range Scoring Plan Function
0i - 1 1- Yes 0 - No Binary
Metric 1 is ranked higher than Metric 2 because a facility located on an actively protected
DoD installation is expected to provide the safest environment to accomplish the DFAS
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Question 1 For DFAS Central and Field Sites Only. For each location, identify if the site is on a DoD owned installation with a controlled perimeter.
(See Amplification.) (L)OD#: 1918).
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