S&S JCSG 21 Minutes 26 Oct 04 Page: 1 of 51
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Supply and Storage Joint Cross Service Group (S&S JCSG)
Minutes of S&S JCSG Principals' Meeting, October 26, 2004
Principal Attendees: VADM Lippert (Chair; DLA), Mr. Williams (S&S Army Teani,
represented LTG Christianson for the Army), RDML Thompson (Navy), Mr. Aimorne
(Alternate, represented Lt Gen Wetekam, Air Force), Ms. Kinney (Alternate, represented
BGen Usher for the Marine Corps), Col Faulkner (Represented Lt Gen McNabb, JS, 14)
VADM Lippcrt opened this 21t meeting of the S&S JCSG Principals and welcomed
Mr. Keller of LMI.
-- LMI will host flag and general officers as a panel of experts (i.e., one per Service and
the Joint Staff "field logisticians"; not JCSG Principals) at their Washington, DC
headquarters for a session as described in charts 38 - 42 of the attachment. Mr. Keller
said that the panel will develop a definitive statement to declare the alternatives for the
scenarios. ExpertChoice software and pair-wise comparison will be used during the
session. Mr. Keller left the conference room after his briefing concluded.
-- S&S will provide the names of those attending by 29 Oct. VADM Lippert will check
his cale ndar to see if he can attend a portion of the session planned for 16 No; S&S and
his stafTwill coordinate his visit.
(Charts 3 8, "Status of Effort") Col Neley provided a review of S&S current
work, and keyed on the target dates for the end of Oct for loading scenarios and
submitting COBRA questions.
-- lie said that the JCSGs are interacting -daily contacts by the various scenario
teams acnd during the weekly OSD-JCSG meeting for de-conflicting scenarios.
-- Mr. Meyer (OSD (AT&I)) said that OSD is reviewing the input to the OSD
BRAC Scenario Tracking Tool in an effort to de-conflict scenarios.
-- (Chart 8, "Scenarios") Ms. Kinney said that fbr "57.1.4, Consolidate USMC
ICP with Army ICP", that the other Services are looking at consolidating all of
their ICPs into a single ICP per Service. The Marine Corps already has only one
ICP, so this scenario should not be studied further based on that logic. The
Principals concurred. She stated that for "57.1.5, Consolidate USMC ICP with
DLA ICP", the scenario tilled, "57.1.7, Consolidate Service and DLA ICPs
(minimize excess capacity)" is redundant; therefore, "57.1.5" 1 should not be
studied further. The Principals agreed.
(Charts 9 -- 19, "OptimizationI Runs") Maj Champagne discussed the progress of
S&S Optimization Runs, noting that S&S is concentrating on process and how it
affects the results of the runs.
-- (Chart 10) "Concerning Optimization Run Considerations", VA[)M Lippcrt
asked i runs considered "bcst for each region" to which Maj Champagne
responded, yes, and added that Military Value determined "hest".
-- (Chart 11, "20.1.1 .().().S&S-003. Regionalization of Strategic Distribution
(Five) Single Resource") RDM1. Thompson questioned 1ow S&S, in the process,
can ensure it gets the minimum DLA footprint. VADM Ilippert suggested that
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