Industrial JCSG 24 Minutes 13 Jan 05 Redacted Page: 2 of 37
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Mr. Wynne said he knows that the subgroups must have complete information sets,
but he also knows that they can proceed with best available information based on their
vast experience and can support their recommendations with best available information-
even down to COBRA. COBRA is good, but experience is better than bad COBRA
information. He stated he would rather fail the test on best available information than not
table up a good idea.
Mr. Wynne stated people are already complaining about falling off high quality
standards on data, but the while the Red Team may question the content (i.e., veracity,
depth, breadth) they may not change the content. The Red Team can question the data
but not the content. He stated he has to testify, not the Red Team.
Mr. Wynne said that when he is briefing candidate recommendations to the ISGhe
would appreciate it if the subgroup leads could be there as support, to hear what happens
and the challenges he receives.
Mr. Wynne also stated he is concerned about the issue of fairness. Whenever
there is a perception of unfairness, what could the subgroups do to write a rule set to
make it fair.
RADM Klemm presented Shipyards. Mr. Potochney said quality Military Value
judgment outweights quantitative factors. Mr. Wynne said even though a scenario would
cost actual savings for consolidation, spreading the workload exceeds the upfront costs
(including security). Mr. Berkson asked if there was any way to instruct receiving
agencies to take on the leadership and performance management practices of the
installation being closed. RADM Klemm said that the practices were already being
exported throughout the Navy.
Mr. Beckett presented Maintenance. Mr. Wynne said termination costs were not
to be added in unless is was for a contract that extended out 10 years. He said he
understands there will be severance costs.
Mr. Motsek presented Munitions. He said that a way was needed to fence the
POMed demil budget to make sure recommendations happen within six years.
Mr. Wynne asked what the IJCSG should do to bring one vertical slice candidate
scenario recommendation to the Red Team so they can get their mind around what it
looks like, why, etc. He said it should be a test run so that when the recommendations
are released there will be a template. Mr. Wynne said the Red Team should see a
strategy-driven, data-refined trail so they understand that these are not stand alone
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