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Figure 2-16.—Changes, actions, and who is responsible for updating COSAL.
SHIP’S  CONFIGURATION  AND LOGISTICS  INFORMATION  SYSTEM The  SCLSIS  is  NAVSEA’s  equipment  ac- counting system. It replaced the Ship Equipment Configuration   Accounting   System   (SECAS)   in January 1989. The need to provide all managers with  a  single,  standard  source  of  accurate  ship configuration data and to reduce fleet reporting to a single requirement dictated a central Navy system  for  monitoring  the  configuration  and logistics  support  requirements  of  fleet  units.  These needs and requirements have been refined into the SCLSIS. The  SCLSIS  is  applicable  to  all  ships  of  the active  and  reserve  fleets  (except  certain  exclusions of  the  SSBNs  and  nuclear  propulsion  systems). It covers the life cycle of the ship starting during construction. SECNAVINST  4130.2  assigns  responsibility to  NAVSEA  for  maintenance  and  control  of ship’s   configuration   data,   including   related platforms,  systems,  and  equipment. For detailed instruction on the SCLSIS refer to  NAVSEA  909-700. INTEGRATED  LOGISTICS OVERHAUL An  ILO  is  conducted  concurrently  with  the maintenance  overhaul.  The  primary  objective  of the  ILO  is  to  make  sure  the  ship’s  true configuration   is   supported   both   in   logistics support documentation and by material provided to  the  ship  at  the  end  of  an  overhaul.  Re- sponsibilities  assigned  to  activities  included  in  the ILO  process  are  discussed  in  detail  in  the  ILO Policy  and  Procedures  Manual  published   by NAVSEA. During  an  overhaul,  configuration  changes that occur on board the ship must be reported to the  ILO  team.  The  ILO  team  documents  the changes and reports them upline. Configuration data  is  then  sent  to  the  naval  supervising  activity (NSA),  which  is  an  interface  between  the  ILO team  and  the  configuration  data  manager  (CDM). The  CDM  reviews  the  data  and  submits  the information  to  the  SPCC.  The  SPCC  processes the data into the SCLSIS data base and the WSF. Once the SCLSIS data base and WSF have been updated, the data is provided to the ILO site to update their files by manual or automated means. Responsibilities During ILO The  ship’s  ILO  team  has  certain  responsi- bilities   to   make   sure   all   documentation   is accurate and submitted to the necessary activities. The  ILO  team  will  serve  as  a  focal  point  for tracking  receipt  of  all  configuration  changes applicable during the overhaul. This includes all configuration   changes   made   or   that   occurred during  overhaul  and  will  be  documented  by  the ILO  team  and  furnished  to  the  NSA. COSAL  Maintenance  Documentation During an overhaul, various activities assist the  ship  in  documenting  configuration  changes into  a  COSAL.  To  make  sure  the  accurate  and timely  documentation  of  all  configuration  changes is made, the ship must work closely with the ILO team,  the  NSA,  and  the  SPCC.  The  responsi- bilities of each are defined in this section and all personnel   should   become   familiar   with   those responsibilities; for example, once an equipment or component is installed on board, what events occur as a result and who is responsible for each evolution. Whenever   possible,   specific responsibilities are presented in the sequence in which  they  take  place. During  an  overhaul  each  ship  is  responsible for   reporting   all   configuration   modifications, additions,   or   deletions   made   by   ship’s   force, tender, repair ship, or intermediate maintenance activity  (IMA).  It  must  be  understood  that  the NSA  has  the  responsibility  for  documenting configuration changes that take place as part of the shipyard overhaul effort. The NSA assumes responsibility  for  changes  made  outside  of  the overhaul effort (ship’s force, tender, repair ship, or   shore   intermediate   maintenance   activity [SIMA]) if the ship documents and reports those changes  to  the  NSA. The  “hands  on”  technician  is  most  aware  of the  equipment  changes  that  are  being  done  in  the work  center.  Figure  2-16  shows  what  kind  of changes,   actions,   and   who   is   responsible   for updating  the  COSAL. Individuals responsible for certain actions in processing  changes  are  shown  below.  Normally, the  first  action  is  taken  by  the  technician. The   technician   responsible   for   the maintenance  of  the  equipment  initiates  the configuration change report (CCR) and forwards it  to  the  work  center  supervisor. The   work   center   supervisor   validates   the equipment change, reviews the CCR for accuracy and completeness, and forwards it to the division officer  and  department  head. The   division   officer   and   department   head satisfy  themselves  as  to  the  accuracy  and 2-22

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