Reformed stewardship--driven by improving product support and achieving more cost-effective weapons system readiness outcomes--requires a life cycle
management focus, committed leadership, and cooperative efforts from the operational, acquisition, and logistics communities.
DoD reiterated the importance of Life Cycle
Management principles by acknowledging the long-term benefits of addressing long-term sustainment planning, including cost containment early in a system's life cycle
in August 2006 when the Joint Requirements Oversight Council (JROC) strengthened current DoD Total Life Cycle
Systems Management (TLCSM) policy by issuing JROC Memorandum 161-06 "Key Performance Parameter (KPP) Study Recommendations and Implementation.
They handle records once they reach the inactive stage of their life cycle
Ideally, the data life cycle
management solution should be completely transparent to applications and to users who do not necessarily need to know where their data is stored as long as it is accessible.
Furthermore, among species at latitudes above 50[degrees]N--those of Winnipeg, Manitoba; Brussels, Belgium; and Kiev, Russia--Root and her colleagues found that spring life cycle
milestones moved forward an average of 5.
The facilities director can use the building-by-building, life cycle
planning results to back up the data shown in the renewal curve.
Rather, it focuses on selected logistics processes that impact operation and support costs which are estimated to comprise above 75 percent of a weapon system life cycle
cost (LCC) if the weapon system is purchased off-the-shelf.
thinking, from a design and purchasing standpoint, holds the promise of decreasing environmental risks and costs.
Victor Guyan, a partner with Andersen, said Reliance used a technology known as "claim components," which improved the consistency of the professionals' performance, freed more time for them to do the impact-related parts of their jobs, provided needed information on outcomes at certain points in a claim's life cycle
and fostered better working relationships with employees.
In the Adjustment Phase, the level of family adjustment in response to a stressor event or transition is determined by the interaction of the following elements: (a) the severity of the stressor or transition; (b) the family's vulnerability, as determined by the concurrent pile-up of demands and the family's life cycle
stage; (c) the family's characteristic mode of behavior; (d) the level of the family's resources for meeting the demands of the stressor; (e) the family's appraisal of the stressor; and (f) the family's problem solving and coping responses to the stressor.
By envisioning the possible product life cycle
of our favorite management and collection-development theories and library practices, we can determine into which of Rogers's (1983) adopter groups we fall as individuals and organizations.
One can envision a technology life cycle
as a U-shaped curve, with the x-axis representing status and the y-axis representing the degree of knowledge about the technology (see accompanying figure).