Site Activation

Operational/Site Activation

SATAF_WBS_PIC-272x300ATC’s consulting services bring our clients unique custom-built best practices, technologies, and business models for their facility to help them stay ahead in today’s changing world. With every operational or site activation process, ATC methods provides structure and control that is visible to the client to manage the change. ATC utilizes a work breakdown (WBS) structure in project management as a tool to define and group a project’s discrete work elements in a way that helps organize and define the total work scope of the project. A WBS provides the necessary framework for detailed cost estimating and control along with providing guidance for schedule development and control.  Additionally, the WBS is a dynamic tool and can be revised and updated as needed by the Project Manager.  The example picture shown on this page  is  a product oriented WBS of an aircraft system.

ATC employs logisticians with direct experienced derived from USAF SATAF Site Activation encompassing all 10 Integrated Logistic Support elements to build the Material Fielding Support Plan and WBS. The content of the Material Fielding Support Plan will vary according to the complexity of the operational/site activation requirement. Whether a large or a small change, the ATC demonstrated-process includes an executive summary highlighting the critical aspects of the fielding and indentifies other major impacts, but not limited to, items such as:

  • Support Concept to Include Interim Measures
  • Specific Facility Requirements, to include New or Modified Facility Requirements to Support Doctrinal Operation, System Operation in the Environment, and New Training Equipment
  • Summary of the System’s National Environmental Policy Act Documentation that Highlight Critical Environmental Planning Considerations for Gaining Installations
  • Survey and Evaluate Operational Base Requirements
  • Coordinate with Site and Base Logistician on Required Assets (support equipment, technical orders, spares/training, etc.)
  • Ensure All Allied Support (base level) is Completed (such as infrastructure, communications, electrical power, and physical security requirements) In Accordance With the Associated Memorandums of Agreement (MOA)
  • Plan and Coordinate Training, Technical Orders, Support Equipment, Supply Support Activities, Facilities, Maintenance Planning, Manpower and Personnel, Supportability, Transportation, Systems Engineering
  • Provide Information on the Physical, Informational, and Operational Security Requirements of all Equipment in the Field

ATC employs personnel with direct experience in the preparation and stand-up of formal training sites and Aircrew Training Systems. Our personnel have been execution leaders for projects that encompass military construction, manpower requisitions, maintenance operations, and logistics infrastructure.