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A Study on Parts Management Policy Based on Total Life Cycle System Management 상세보기 화면
제목 A Study on Parts Management Policy Based on Total Life Cycle System Management
저자 Seongyoon Lee
연구센터 국방자원
발행년도 2022
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<Background and Purpose>

It is necessary for the Minister of National Defense to implement folllow-up measure to the establishment of parts management policy.

◎ This study was conducted in response to the need for the Minister of National Defense to implement follow-up measures to the establishment of parts management policy, as stipulated in Article 9 (Establishment of Parts Management Policy and Promotion of Parts Localization Development, etc.) of the Defense Industry Development and Support Act (Defense Industry Development Act), enacted and declared on Feb. 4th, 2020, and enforced as of Feb. 5th, 2021.

◎ In particular, the Ministry of National Defense is pursuing the “Logistics Support Reinforcement Plan from the Perspective of the Total Life Cycle System Management.” In order to stabilize the weapon system operation and establish combat readiness posture, it is necessary to develop and promote a parts management policy based on the concept of total life cycle system management where the acquisition and operation/maintenance processes are closely connected.  

 

<Research Results> 

Proposals for parts localization and obsolescence management applying the concept of Total Life Cycle System Management

◎ Key issues in parts localization and obsolescence management

    - Parts localization: ① a lack of collaboration among industry, academia, research institute and government, and the absence of a control tower, ② insufficient participation by the private sector in parts localization development projects due to low profitability, ③ weak incentives for system companies to engage in parts localization, etc.   ◎ The frequency of violent clashes increased in Asia and Central and South America, relatively decreased in the Middle East and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), and remained at a similar level as last year in Africa and Europe.

    - Parts obsolescence management: ① structural problems of inherently shorter life cycle of parts compared to weapon systems, ② the absence of preemptive management system for parts obsolescence, ③ vague departmental jurisdiction over parts obsolescence management, ④ a lack of systematic obsolescence management procedures coordinated with follow-up operations in the maintenance-phase (PBL1) , etc).   ◎ Among other factors, conflicts persisted because ① there were multiple causes and actors involved in the original conflict, ② weak governance led to power struggles that tend to rely on physical force, and ③ access to funds and proliferation of arms made it easier for anti-government forces to survive.

◎ Future Direction for Parts Management Policies

    - Transferring the responsibilities of general parts localization in the operation/maintenance phase from each service(Army, Navy, Airforce) to DAPA2) .

    - Expanding the role of system companies in parts localization which has been led by small and medium-sized businesses.

    - Establishing a portal platform for parts management, connecting dispersed information systems for localization and obsolescence management, etc.

    - Coordinating tasks and organizations for parts localization and obsolescence management that have been separately operated by DAPA, Defense Agency for Technology and Quality (DTaQ) and Korea Research Institute for Defense Technology Planning and Advancement (KRIT).

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이성윤 (LEE SEONG YOON/李成允)
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