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Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP)

 

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Reforming NAVSUP for the Navy's Future

As our Armed Forces adapt to a faster-paced, more complex, and increasingly competitive security environment, NAVSUP is reforming to meet the changing needs to ensure mission success. Further, Defense Secretary Mattis tasked DoD to reform business practices, streamline requirements and acquisition processes, and execute the DoD's first full-scope audit. Each of us has a role in the changes we need to build the Navy the Nation Needs.

Driving our reform initiative is a desire to realign so we are closer to our customers, to help them get what they need quicker and with better effectiveness. As a Navy command, NAVSUP is best positioned to understand the customers' world as our own, providing close collaboration and customer-focused metrics. Reasserting NAVSUP's role as the Navy's Title 10 leader for supply chain management is also a core element of our reform initiative. As the lead supply support provider for Navy, NAVSUP fulfills naval force requirements organically and via both public and private organizations that provide segments of supply support. Only you, our NAVSUP and Supply Corps team, can integrate these segments into a comprehensive, tailored solution to meet the full Navy requirement.

Digitization is another key part of our reform. For us to provide the enhanced agility and customer service our Navy and Joint warfighters need, next generation forecasting will leverage advanced analytics and data feeds to anticipate customer demands. You will see improved data analytics and new digital technology being implemented throughout our programs and processing, including forecasting.

Recognizing that investing in you, our people, is vital to the success of any initiative, enabling the workforce is another core component of our reform initiative. We host a culture of excellence that develops and trains our people and the next generation of leaders. NAVSUP will identify, hire, train, and retain the new era workforce. Civilians are NAVSUP's consistent and dependable core of our global workforce.

NAVSUP is optimally positioned for us to more directly engage and support our customers through these demands. Our spring edition of the Supply Corps Newsletter, available at http://scnewsltr.dodlive.mil, focuses on reform and provides further examples of how we are reforming.

You are making this happen. Many of our commands are already implementing reform initiatives. Over the next 18 months, a steering committee led by NAVSUP senior leaders, will oversee our Reform Program and work several specific lines of effort. Some of these efforts will include integrating next generation technological advances into every supply chain process, investing in high-value technologies to improve processes, and leveraging data analytics. In the end, our initiative will forge the organization for sustained performance by evolving the NAVSUP operating model so we remain always ready, resourceful, responsive!

We will keep you updated as our Reform Program matures.

VADM Dixon R. Smith, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, Fleet Readiness and Logistics, met with Commander NAVSUP RADM Jonathan A. Yuen, along with other NAVSUP professionals, to share ideas and information about NAVSUP’s audit readiness.

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NAVSUP Headquarters in Mechanicsburg, PA, is offering multiple summer internship opportunities with innovative, exciting and meaningful work experience. The positions are open to U.S. citizens currently enrolled as students. For questions, contact navsuphqyourfuture@navy.mil. (Do not post questions here.) Applications will be accepted till Friday, April 20. For further details and to apply, visit the USAJobs link below.

http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/496599100

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That wraps up another great Sea Air Space Expo. Thanks to all who visited our booth to learn about how NAVSUP is reforming to meet the fleet's changing needs, see a demonstration of our MESH technology initiative, and learn how our small business experts facilitate buying parts and supplies. Thanks for all of your support! #SAS2018

NAVSUP Vice Commander Michael Madden interviewed with Federal News Radio during Sea Air Space 2018. He discussed NAVSUP's role in Naval logistics and supply chain.

RADM Yuen did an interview yesterday with Defense News discussing NAVSUP's reform efforts. Watch for a link later today to hear the entire interview.

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Today is the last day of Sea Air Space 2018. Stop by and learn how our experts are there to help small business do business with NAVSUP and the Navy. #SAS2018

We are wrapping up another great day of information exchange at the Sea Air Space Expo. If you are still in the area, stop by to learn more about innovation and digitization, and how NAVSUP is reforming the supply chain. #SAS2018

NAVSUP Assistant Commander for Contracting, Mark Bennington and NAVSUP Associate Director, Office of Small Business Programs, Carol Decker, participated in the OSBP Acquisition Panel today at Sea Air Space. They shared their knowledge of contracting and took questions from the crowd. #SAS2018

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Check it out - The Navy Supply Corps Newsletter is available to you on DoDLive and also as a pdf on the eSUPPO app and on the front page of the NAVSUP public website at www.navsup.navy.mil

The Navy Exchange proudly recognized our nation's Vietnam Veterans! 🇺🇸️

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Today begins another day of Sea Air Space at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. If you are in the area, stop by the NAVSUP booth (#1205) to see a demonstration on MESH technology and how digital data is revolutionizing material handling and reporting. #SAS2018

Join The Honorable Mr. James Geurts, ASN RD&A and Department of the Navy Office of Small Business Programs (DON OSBP) Director Ms. Emily Harman for a "Industry Talk" series via FB Live on Wednesday, April 11 at 12:45pm (EST). Secretary Guerts will discuss his vision and expectations as the new ASN RD&A. He will also address the role of Small Business in America's National Defense Strategy.
How you can participate:
First, like the DON OSBP on FB, tune in, listen and post your questions on their page during the broadcast: https://www.facebook.com/NAVYOSBP

The DON is an advocate for small businesses across the country. The OSBP strives to create an environment where all types of small businesses are provided an opportunity to participate in DON contracts as prime and subcontractors.

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