Air Force Security Assistance Center World-class professionals fostering

Air Force Security Assistance Center World-class professionals fostering

Air Force Security Assistance Center World-class professionals fostering global partnerships AFSAC SDR Automation (SDR-A) IPT Meeting September 23, 2004 Ms. Anita Smith AFSAC/ITD Integrity - Service - Excellence Purpose of SDR Automation Streamline AFSAC SDR process Eliminate paper flow Enhance customer visibility of SDRs Reduce overall turn-around time to customers Prototype for automation of USAF SDR process Accelerates DAASC delivery of Action Agency tools/interfaces DAASC = Defense Automatic Addressing System Center

Security Assistance capabilities: Prototype for automating SDR process in CEMIS Standardized input & distribution logic for FMS SDRs 2 Proposed SDR Processing FY 05 -- AF Web Customers Average SDR Processing Days = 209 to 109 (62% of Current Submissions) Customer 4-51 Days Enter SDRs & Attachment Query 1 Day 0 Days AFSAC Online* Validate Response (3) Transmit Email Response

& Return Doc Links (1) Monitor Materiel Returns & Financial Adjustments (47) AFSAC Online (PureEdge Form) Attachments Review SDR Submission (2) Transmit Via EDI (1) 1 Day Transmit EDI Response (1) 3 Days DoD WebSDR Attachments Update SAMIS & SCIP Status

51 Days Transmit SDRs/Follow-Ups & Links to Attachments 1 Day = New e-Interface Process SDR (50) *Meet DoD Regulation Enter Response (1) Action Agencies (DLA, ALCs, etc) *Xfer to SCIP in Future 3 Customer Benefits Security Assistance customer Online SDR submission wizard (including attachments) Email reply (including materiel return documents) Online SDR status query Action agencies

DoD SDR will Transmit SDR submissions via email w/links to attachments Provide online Action Agency Reply tool Maintain SDR historical records for 28 years Become future source of all SDR metrics DLA activities (after Jan 05) Receive and reply to SDRs via Electronic Data Interchange transactions to/from DoD SDR 4 Customer Benefits Continued AFSAC SDR office Streamlined SDR edit/validation process Manual intervention by exception only Manual loading of all SDR input, reply, materiel return documents no longer required

Automates mailing of SDRs, follow-ups, and replies DSCA (Defense Security Cooperation Agency) Prototype for tri-service standardization of SDR processes Designed for easy conversion to the DSCA Security Cooperation Information Portal (SCIP) 5 SDR Project Status Current Spiral Developing applications and interfaces Customer testing to begin in October, 04 Projected implementation29 Oct 04 Schedule delay possible Future Spirals Automate materiel return tracking/processing Transition metrics to DoD Web Integrate Army/Navy requirements and transition to Security Cooperation Information Portal (SCIP) 6

Summary SDR Automation effort will . . . Improve standardization of SDR process Streamline processes Significantly reduce paper processing Eliminate need for 100% review of every SDR submissions Customers will . . . Realize 37% cycle time reduction of SDR processing DAASC will (from AFMC SDR automation funding) Accelerate delivery of SDR Reply tool for action agencies Accelerate delivery of electronic receipt, distribution and storage of FMS SDR data 7

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