recoverable item

recoverable item

An item that normally is not consumed in use and is subject to return for repair or disposal. See also reparable item.
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Using Air Force recoverable item data from March 2015 for 7,571 aircraft repairable items, the algorithm suggested that the average cost of a day's worth of repairable item pipeline was about $10,628, with an average of 51 days in the pipeline.
A variety of models applicable to multi echelon inventory system are reviewed and the Multi--Echelon Technique for Recoverable Item Control (METRIC) model and its variations, Level of Repair Analysis (LORA) are described.
As a result, the net reinsurance recoverable item in Schedule F--Part 3 is the total effect that reinsurance could have on ceding insurers' surplus (Feldblum, 2002).
Their claim that royalty should be a cost recoverable item is being supported by us," he said.
Regardless of credit value, the workaround wasted line battalion personnel's time because the recoverable item report did not reflect a turn-in.
* The demand code, which tells the Army supply system if the unit has a broken recoverable item to exchange for a new recoverable item.
MGL Group, which was responsible for the demolition, worked over the summer to remove loose and recoverable items and demolition of the building shell took place in October.
These parts include recoverable items such as engines, alternators, and axles.
Recoverable Items Tracking under EP centralized the reporting of recoverable items to the Logistics Support Activity's Logistics Information Warehouse/Integrated Logistics Analysis Program (LIW/ILAP) for issues and turn-ins of all items with a recoverability code of A, D, F, H, K or L.
In response to this message from Soldiers, RFI's deputy director, and Lean Fielding Project sponsor, created an LSS team to identify the underlying problem that was causing redundancies in equipping Soldiers, especially with recoverable items. The methodology used by the RFI LSS team combines the principles of Lean (reducing and eliminating non-value activities) with Six Sigma (reducing variation and increasing quality) to improve process efficiency and effectiveness.
* Provided a user-friendly, customizable database interface tool to the Air Force Security Assistance Center and AFMC/ LGI to enable increased visibility into warfighter support as measured by the logistics response time of requisitions for recoverable items. Used the tool to show that units engaged in Operation Enduring Freedom received parts ordered from Air Force depots about 3 days sooner (on average) than the uninvolved units.
Recoverable Items Tracking is another segment of the October implementation.