Depot Maintenance Interservice Support Agreement

4 INTRODUCTORY NOTES This brochure provides a basic understanding of the guidelines and procedures of the Deposit Maintenance Inter-Service Support Agreement (ASSID) for the development, negotiation, management and termination of the DMISA. DMISA is governed by the Joint Depot Maintenance Program (JDM) Regulations, OPNAV INST A, AMC-R, AFI (I), MCO P B, DLAD, Logistics, Joint DoDD Depot Maintenance Policies, Military Equipment Maintenance and DoDI, Defense Acquisition System Operation. The DMISA is a formal agreement similar to a contract in which a military service (the officer) agrees to provide custody support for another service (the principal). It can also be used if a service is the agent and another authority of the federal department or part of it is the client. Typically, AMISDs are configured to cover depot maintenance and related support functions for weapons systems, equipment endpoints, systems, subsystems, components, or groups of goods. Note: AMISDs, which should only be used to distribute workloads, are typically defined for 5-year periods with mandatory annual reviews, with the exception of competitive assignments of service workload. Each Military Service and Defense Agency (DoD) is responsible for programming, budgeting, and funding to support the inter-service agreements in which it participates. 4 25 10 The specific provisions on support and related documents begin in paragraph 10. This section covers the support required by the agent/vault; data provided by the contracting entity, including requirements for the immediate year, several external years, national emergencies and special technical assistance; and reparations reports. Data provided by the agent/depot, such as.B. estimates of working hours, flow time and repair costs, are also taken into account; work specifications; quality assurance; restrictions on the economic repair of components; reusable container holder; calculation, financing; Invoicing; reports; staff rooms; security; security; and other support requirements.

SECTION II. MATERIAL SUPPORT. The next important part of DMISA deals with the following specific procedures for material support. Procedures for shipping and receiving the material between the customer and the repair activity, including addresses and instructions for packaging and labelling. Emergency repair procedures, asset accountability and visibility requirements, and asset disposal and condemnation procedures. Depot material support procedures (p.B rotating pools and modification kits) and support equipment (common and special). Information about the source of the material (p.B. part request). Procedure for the sale of assets upon termination of DMISA. US Army Anniston Army Depot Corpus Christi Army Depot Letterkenny Army Depot Red River Army Depot Tobyhanna Army Depot US Navy SHIPYARDS: Norfolk Naval Shipyard POINTS OF CONTACT Maintenance Depots Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility Recovery of critical alloys and precious metals From time to time receive comments published on this blog and on the DAU Ask-A-Professor website, Questions/comments on current Repository Sourcing Allocation (DSOR) processes and the negotiation and implementation of Depot Maintenance Interservice Support Agreements (DMISAs). The following is provided to assist service staff in answering questions about these processes.

12 Annex VIII contains parameters in the event that a product-based survey (SOP) is to be carried out via the quality system used by the warehouse. Annex IX sets out the current operating procedures for configuration management. Parts X-A and X-B cover reporting requirements. All reports requested by the agent/safe must be included in Annex X-A. X-B contains the format of the standard monthly production report. Annex XI allows the customer to define unique safety requirements. Annex XII sets out all the requirements for special markings that the agent or depot must use before returning the finished items to the customer. Annex XIII contains shipping instructions for the supply of repairable items to the repair shop and for the return of finished items to the customer. Appendix XIV describes specific instructions for preservation, packaging or packaging. Parts XV-A to XV-C identify requirements for rotating pools, modification kits, and other material support methods.

Annex XVI deals with production equipment or tools loaned to the repair facility and their disposal upon termination of the DMISA. Annex XVII reflects special and non-technical support, such as field teams .B. Lack of parts provided by the principal. The procedures for termination of a DMISA are as follows: a. The initiating MISO will consult the MISMO service in writing before informing its MISO counterpart of its intention to terminate a DMISA. b. The misMO of the initiating service will consult with the relevant MISMO(s) to determine whether a termination is appropriate and will inform the initiating MISO of the appropriate measures. c. The initiating MISO will notify the other MISO party in writing when the DMISA is terminated.

d. The Customer shall prepare the draft Termination Plan in consultation with the Contractor and provide a copy to MISMO and other interested parties. The plan, which must be completed within 30 days of the notice of termination, must take into account the condition of the funds. the sale of assets, including work awaiting incorporation, work in progress, work awaiting parts and pre-positioned spare parts; disposal of materials; disposal of equipment and tools provided by the client; clearance of accounts; training and any other support the client needs from the contractor; and plans to obtain a new DSOR, if necessary. The MISO agent identifies costs and impact on the workload program and resources. e. The agent reviews the draft termination plan and negotiates with the client the measures, costs, milestones and responsibilities to be included in the final plan. The client prepares the final plan and distributes copies to MMDOs and other interested parties. When all milestones are met, the lead MISO informs all recipients in writing that DMISA has been terminated 14 Where applicable, the officer coordinates with the local Defense Distribution Depot (DDD) to include the DDD support costs in the DMISA project. The DDD reviews the requirements of the payer, which are mainly listed in Annexes XI, XII, XIII, XIV and XVII. The costs of the Defence Logistics Agency (DLA) are the total cost of support per item in Annexes I and II. The agent fulfills custody requirements, cost data, and flow time information for workload parts, and returns the DMISA design to the customer.

THE CLIENT DETERMINES THE TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS AND THE AMOUNT OF WORK / COORDINATES THE WORK SPECIFICATIONS WITH THE MAIN AGENT COMPLETES THE DMISA AND TRANSMITS TO THE AGENT FOR ACCEPTANCE Negotiations between the client and the agent begin in terms of costs, workload planning, priorities, support, materials, transport requirements, etc.. .