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Measures to Conduct Efficient Contract Maintenance of Navy Warship 상세보기 화면
제목 Measures to Conduct Efficient Contract Maintenance of Navy Warship
저자 Lee, Seong Yoon
연구센터 국방자원
발행년도 2019
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□ Research Background and Purpose

  ○ Due to the application of advanced technologies in operational weapon systems and equipments

      and the nature of naval warship equipment acquisition characterized by ‘varied and in small quantities’, 

      the Navy’s dependence on contract maintenance has increased steeply

  ○ This research diagnoses the problems of Navy contract maintenance to propose effective medium-long

      term measures to streamline the naval warship maintenance process

      - In particular, the research examines problems according to warship type/specific equipment

        (radar/combat system, propulsion, structure) in order to propose effective measures


□ Research Results

  ○ Classification of major problems occurring in the Navy’s contract maintenance projects

      ① Inability to conduct maintenance

      ② Long delays in maintenance period (foreign, imported equipment)

      ③ Increases in contract maintenance cost

      ④ Limitations in managing and monitoring contract maintenance firm

  ○ Measures to improve contract maintenance efficiency

      ① Preemptively formulating maintenance strategies

      ② Formulating acquisition strategies that consider ease of maintenance

      ③ Improving contracting system for contract maintenance

      ④ Strengthening private sector·military coordination system

      ⑤ Improving the quality of contract maintenance


□ Policy Recommendation

   ○ ‘Preemptively formulating maintenance strategies’ is a difficult task for a specific Navy department

        to execute on its own. It is desirable to have the ROKN HQ’s total lifecycle management division

        oversee the entire process, supported by the divisions responsible for each equipment,

        the Logistics Command, and maintenance/repair depots