Recommended reductions to fiscal year 1983 ammunition procurement and modernization programs

report to the chairman, Subcommittee on Defense, Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives
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Statementby the Comptroller General of the United States
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Recommended Reductions To Fiscal Year Ammunition Procurement And Modernization Programs At the request of the Chairman, Subcom- mittee on Defense, House Committee on Appropriations, GAO reviewed the military services’ requests for funds to purchase conventional ammunition and to modernize.

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[United States. General Accounting Office.; United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. In response to a congressional request, GAO evaluated the Army's fiscal year requests for ammunition end-items involving the largest dollar amounts; ammunition end-items being bought for the first time; and projects for establishing, modernizing, and expanding the ammunition production concluded that $ million requested by the Army for fiscal year should not be.

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Recommended reductions to fiscal year [nineteen eighty three] ammunition procurement and modernization programs report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on defense, Committee on appropriations, House of representatives: Report on gains made in.

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^ Recommended Dollar Reductions To DOD's ^ Fiscal Year Ammunition Procurement ^ And Production Base Programs >4 The President's fiscal year Defense budget request ~* included $ billion for ammunition items and $ ^^ million for enhancing ammunition production facilities.

I At the request of the Subcommittees on Defense of the. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Summary of - 98th Congress (): A joint resolution making continuing appropriations for the fiscal yearand for other purposes.

Summary (DAES) or Selected Acquisition Reporting (SAR) programs must identify the specific subsystem funding by fiscal year and by subsystem on the P-5 exhibits.

References Chapter 1, Sectionprovides policies and definitions concerning costs that are to be financed by the procurement appropriations. The Fiscal Year(FY) acquisition (Procurement and Research, Development, Test,and Evaluation (RDT&E) funding request for the Department of Defense (DoD) budget totals $ billion, which includes base and Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) funding; $ billion for Procurement funded programs and $ billion for RDT&E funded programs.

tactical operations. It is the function of ammunition companies and modular ammunition platoons in the theater of operations to best support the operational plans of tactical commanders. Ammunition unit tactical-level operations include activities necessary to support and win in combat as well as activities that precede and follow them.

for fiscal year for production base support is not needed because the funding is intended for modernization projects at four Army ammu- nition plants scheduled for closure. Any reductions to the Army’ s fiscal year ammunition request could be.

overview of the U.S. Army ammunition management program and key procedures and references. It is designed to provide a system description as well as basic proce-dural guidance for full life cycle ammuni-tion management. It is to be used in con-junction with applicable references for ammunition management.

Applicability. The Lake City Army Ammunition Plant is currently operating at maximum production capacity and cannot significantly increase munitions production, even after the current modernization effort ends in fiscal year The chart below depicts, by ammunition type, Lake City’s total production capability.

PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION / 1 / Ammunition CTG, MM, ALL TYPES (E) Program Elements for Code B Items: Code: Other Related Program Elements: Prior Years FY FY FY FY FY FY FY FY FY To Complete Total Prog Proc Qty Gross Cost In mid JulyODCSOPS reorganized.

The reorganization is designed to provide a more comprehensive approach to the management of force modernization programs by shifting emphasis from material systems to organizations, and by establishing a single point of focus on the DA staff for force modernization activities.

Membership clubs had fiscal year total revenue of $ million, up 1 percent from last year. Sales increased less than 1 percent from $ million in fiscal year to $ in fiscal year Net income was $ million, which [91]. DOD's Fiscal Year Ammunition Procurement And Production Base Programs The President's fiscal year Defense budget request included $ billion for ammunition items and $ million for enhancing ammunition production facilities.

At the request of the Subcommittees on ^"^-JLTT A "^ "• i. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Procurement Programs Committee Staff Procurement Backup Book Fiscal Year (FY) Budget Estimates PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY.

Fiscal Year (FY) President's Budget Submission February Navy Justification Book Volume 2 of 2 Procurement of Ammo, Navy & MC Budget Activity The estimated total cost for producing the Department of Navy budget 28 Ammo Modernization A 8, 11, 11, U.

Procurement, production, modification, demilitarization, (conventional ammunition to include tactical missiles and components), engineering, and acceptance testing during production period of major ammunition end items required for operational use, general service use, addition to inventory upon delivery to the Army and when not an appropriate.

Fiscal Year (FY) President's Budget Submission Justification Book Volume 2 Procurement of Ammo, Navy & MC Budget Activity 2. UNCLASSIFIED THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK UNCLASSIFIED. UNCLASSIFIED Navy • President's Budget Submission FY • Procurement 28 Ammo Modernization A 10, 8, 8, U.

Total Procurement of Ammunition, Army 1, 1,1, 2, * Reflects the FY President's Budget with an undistributed adjustment to match the Annualized Continuing. The Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) is one of the programs that stands at the center of the Army’s business transformation initiatives.

The LMP is a cornerstone of the Single Army Logistics Enterprise—an enterprise business solution that will enable vertical and horizontal integration at all levels of logistics across the Army.

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Congress can cut military spending, as a chorus of voices is asking, but it has few tools to reduce the constantly growing costs of buying and operating a military force and that may be the only.

Fiscal Year (FY) President’s Budget Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force For construction, procurement, production, and modification of ammunition and accessories therefor; specialized equipment and training devices; expansion of public and private plants, including ammunition facilities authorized by section of title   In fiscal yearthe Department of Homeland Security used approximately million rounds of ammunition.

In comparison, the United States Army purchased about million rounds of small arms ammunition in fiscal yearfor an end strength of both active and reserve components of about million people. Ike Skelton National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year - Division A: Department of Defense Authorizations - Title I: Procurement - Subtitle A: Authorization of Appropriations - (Sec.

) Authorizes appropriations for FY for the Army, Navy and Marine Corps, and Air Force for aircraft, missiles, weapons and tracked combat. An updated assessment of the B61 life extension program (LEP) performed by the NNSA in put the direct cost of the program at $ billion, an increase of $ million over the agency’s estimate of $ billion provided in its fiscal year budget materials.

The NNSA’s independent Office of Cost Estimating and Program Evaluation. Contents—Continued Section 2 Responsibilities, page 1 Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment † 1–4, page 1 Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology † 1–5, page 1 Assistant Secretary of the Army, Financial Management and Comptroller † 1–6, page 2 Deputy Chief of Staff, G–3/5/7 † 1–7, page 2.

performed mid-way, is over $2 billion/year and over $ billion/year if MRAPs are included. If the Army were to replace all HMMWVs with JLTVs, this would add over $2 - $5 billion/year to these estimates, depending on the procurement rate.

The Army therefore finds itself at a strategic crossroads –.Apr 8 PEO Ammo Main Objective ¾Unify & Integrate Ammunition Management Under One Single Chain of Command by Consolidating Responsibility and Resource Management in the PEO ¾Develop a Unified Munitions Acquisition Strategy 9Integrate Requirements Training, War Reserve, & Modernization 9Include SMCA Mission 9By Munition Family ¾Identify and Optimize Key Business .for fiscal year pursuant to section (a) of ti United States Code, a comprehensive report on the purchase and usage of ammunition, subdivided by ammunition type.

The report shall include: (1) the quantity of ammunition in inventory at the end of the preceding calendar year, and the amount of ammunition expended and purchased.