2015 Report details for project: Whole Fleet Management

Project name: Whole Fleet Management - there are 2 reports for this project: 2014, 2015
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Organisation: MOD (D17) - see all reports for this organisation
Report year: 2015 (data is from Sept 2014)
Category: Military - see all reports for this category
Description: The aim of WFM is to deliver the concepts, policy, processes and facilities to manage the ground based Defence vehicle fleet and its associated equipment to meet the stated operational training and support requirements in the most supportable, effective and economic way. The four key components of the programme are the Fleet Management Concept, Controlled Humidity Environment (CHE) storage, the Joint Asset Management and Engineering System (JAMES) and the Data Recording Analysis and Corrective Action System (DRACAS). Fleet Management delivers the concepts, policy and processes to deliver the same outputs with a smaller number of vehicles, which are split into stored and active elements. CHE provides the facilities to store the stored element in the most cost effective way, DRACAS reduces maintenance costs and increases availability across the fleet and JAMES provides global visibility of the location and state of the fleet.
DCA (RAG): Amber
DCA text: The Amber delivery confidence assessment reflects a combination of good progress towards operational delivery, risk concerning reprovision of CHE storage and a reduced level of benefits compared with the Main Gate Business Case (MGBC) forecast. The programme is exploring options with the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) for CHE reprovision. The benefits numbers are being rebaselined.
Start date: 2001-01-31
End date: 2025-06-30
Schedule text: JAMES completed its rollout as planned in March 2014. The current delivery Fleet Management and DRACAS are on track. The requirement for additional CHE storage has changed into a requirement to re-locate and expand the existing storage. A DIO Initial Gate Business Case (IGBC) for CHE storage will be presented in 2015 setting out the options for the way forward.
Baseline: £22.76m
Forecast: £19.90m
Variance: -12.60%
Variance text: The reduction of the forecast from the budget reflects an in year improvement to the management of JAMES data entry devices which extended their in-service life and avoided the need to purchase replacements.
Whole Life Cost: £1,295.46m
WLCost text: The budgeted whole life costs have reduced by £153M since 2013/14. This is a combination of reduced White Fleet costs to the programme due to White Fleet being able to absorb current and forecast levels of Whole Fleet Management based activity within their existing budget and a reduction in Fleet Management manpower costs due to the reduced overall storage requirement over the remaining life of the programme.
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Sourcefile: IPA_2015.csv

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