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 Maintenance Planning 

Maintenance planning begins early in the acquisition process with development of the maintenance concept. It is conducted to evolve and establish requirements and tasks to be accomplished for achieving, restoring, and maintaining the operational capability for the life of the system. Maintenance planning relies on Level Of Repair Analysis (LORA) as a function of the system acquisition process. Maintenance planning will:

  • Define the actions and support necessary to ensure that the system attains the specified system readiness objectives within minimum Life Cycle Cost (LCC).

  • Set up specific criteria for repair, including Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) requirements, testability, reliability, and maintainability; support equipment requirements; automatic test equipment; and manpower skills and facility requirements.

  • State specific maintenance tasks, to be performed on the system.

  • Define actions and support required for fielding and marketing the system.
    Address warranty considerations.

  • The maintenance concept must ensure prudent use of manpower and resources. When formulating the maintenance concept, analysis of the proposed work environment on the health and safety of maintenance personnel must be considered.

  • Conduct a to optimize the support system, in terms of LCC, readiness objectives, design for discard, maintenance task distribution, support equipment and ATE, and manpower and personnel requirements.

  • Minimize the use of hazardous materials and the generation of waste.

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