Industrial JCSG 24 Minutes 13 Jan 05 Redacted Page: 1 of 37
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Industrial Joint Cross-Service Group (IJCSG)
Meeting Minutes of January 13, 2005
Mr. Michael Wynne, Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and
Logistics, chaired the meeting. The list of attendees is at Attachment 1.
The Chairman opened the meeting. The purpose of this meeting was to review
further scenarios from each of the subgroups. Mr. Wynne thanked everyone for the
phenomenal work. He stated that he had some ideas for the subgroups and had asked
Mr. Brad Berkson to sit in on the meeting since he sits on the Supply and Storage Joint
Cross-Service Group (SSJCSG). Mr. Berkson has brought forward an idea on
connectivity between the JCSGs.
Mr. Wynne stated he needed to table up Secretarial direction or departmental
instruction on agreements between the Services. If there is a proposal for Joint Depots
then the Services need to adjudicate how the Joint Depot would be managed/led in the
Mr. Wynne said as an example that the Navy should document how the Navy in
2010 wanted to manage and the Air Force should do the same thing for the Air Force and
that both Services should work together on documenting the management. He said most
of the fears were at the Navy and Air Force level and that they needed to determine what
agreements would have to be made needed to be written out by each Service to make this
occur-not just by the Industrial JCSG, but also by Supply and Storage and the other
Mr. Wynne asked Supply and Storage to get with Mr. Jay Berry on the issue of
cooperative closures to ensure a location was not being closed and added to at the same
time. He said that maintenance was the crucial element as materiel handling is there to
service the mechanics; therefore, all material handling goes with maintenance.
If material handling is moved out maintenance can remain, but if maintenance moves out
then material handling has to move as well. Mr. Wynne stated that a factor is needed if a
consolidation happens. The material handlers won't all go because Supply and Storage
goes to the door of the depot and then maintenance picks up at the mechanic-the
requirements for the interface between the door of the depot and the mechanic must be
Mr. Wynne stated that the subgroups need to ensure the data requested is available
so the scenarios can be completed. He said he asked DEPSECDEF to host a meeting
with the Vice Chiefs of Staff to say the same thing-complete the data so the SECDEF
can come to grips with either policy or a withdrawal recommendation. Joint meetings
may drive agreement and rule setting.
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