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The Supply Chain Operations Division:

  • Acts as senior supply chain operations expert and facilitates interagency teambuilding with all Supply Chain stakeholders
  • Oversees and monitors all facets of the supply chain processes at the rating or product line level
  • Provides support for issues regarding enlisted accession pipelines, product lines, reclassification, and integrated planning
  • Monitors and collaborates with stakeholders to mitigate production backlogs, shortages, and overages to ensure customer needs are met
  • Maintains executive oversight responsibilities for all quota management, reclassification, and long-range and short-range requirements planning to determine the push and pull demand signals for the NEASC

Tasks include:

  • Allocate school quota (accession pipeline "A" and "C" school quotas) for all initial skills training
  • Input and make changes to quotas in the applicable Navy database in response to NEASC production variability and Navy requirements for first-term personnel
  • Examine attrition, non-graduates, and show/no-show rates
  • Develop the training plan to support annual and revised enlisted accession plans
  • Schedule and lead "A" and "C" School Production Alignment Conferences (PAC) for all Ratings
  • Assess class scheduling to ensure convening dates and quotas are available to support all customer demand signals and are schedules when needed during the execution cycle
  • Generate and maintain demand signals for all accession production pipelines
  • Facilitate out-year planning process inputs and lead integration efforts for in-year execution changes
  • Develop and distribute inventory and production management tools to enhance Production Line Manager's (PLM's) capabilities; e.g., the Leading Indicator for Training Entry (LITE) Tool and the Vacancy-Based Demand (VBD) Tool
  • Expand the LITE tool to predict output of "A" and "C" schools
  • Direct reclassification business activities Navy-wide to ensure proper execution of the program
  • Issue appropriate reclassification guidance to ensure accession pipeline personnel are reclassified
  • Implement reclassification processes and procedures that will optimize Navy Job-Sailor eligibility opportunities
  • Verify pipeline Sailors are reclassified into the Ratings most critically needed to meet Navy community health and Fleet delivery needs


Points of contact for all "A" and "C" School Quota Information below:

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DSN: 882/Comm: 901-874-4865

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