United States Transportation Command

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United States Transportation Command

The unified command with the mission to provide strategic air, land, and sea transportation and common-user port management for the Department of Defense across the range of military operations. Also called USTRANSCOM. See also global transportation network; single port manager; transportation component command; unified command.
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Discussion centered on the metrics used by US TRANSCOM and its components when evaluating support effectiveness to the warfighter and addressed specific topics: Distribution Metrics; Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF); Universal Services Contract (USC-6 v.
VADM Harnitchek opened the session with brief descriptions of the challenges currently facing the DOD and the role of US TRANSCOM as Distribution Process Owner (DPO).
US TRANSCOM is also focused on efficiency and productivity, aiming to groom a more informed acquisition workforce, increase oversight of partnership with the Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) and employ affordability metrics through KPP's (Key Performance Parameters).
By Rory Kinney, SES, Deputy Director, Deputy Chief Information Officer and Distribution Portfolio Manager, Command, Control, Communications and Computer Systems, US TRANSCOM.
On a recent visit to US TRANSCOM Headquarters, 1 had the opportunity to visit the Command Conference Room named after LTG Honor and was very impressed with the dedication to this great man.
This responsibility was given to SDDC by US TRANSCOM as the Distribution Process Owner.