E-STUF - Engineering Support Transformation User Forum
The Engineering Support Transformation User Forum (E-STUF) is a community being formed during August 2018. This forum, that will meet quarterly, is for sharing best practice in Engineering Support across As-Designed & As-Built to As-Used & As-Maintained.
Its task-focused engagements will provide a means for Industry to engage with the Defence Support Network Engineering Support Transformation (DSN ES Tx) and the MOD equivalent Group Engineering Support User Group (ESUG). The outcomes of the E-STUF forum will support the development, implementation and realisation of the DSN ES Vision.
NB: the 'E' in E-STUF is both for 'Engineering' and the digital enablement aspects of this work and the information stream that is fundamental to all 4 tenets of the vision paper.
The MOD's Defence Engineering Support Co-Lead is Gary Cox with Steve Green (TD-Info Task Force member) as the acting Industry co-Lead pending a suitable volunteer from the TD-Info membership with support from colleague Owen Thomas.
The Engineering Support (Transformation) - ES (Tx) - Discovery Phase will run from August 2018 to February 2019 and will develop: The ‘As-Is’ Engineering Support capability; Roadmap to realise the vision; Gap analysis; and, Implementation Programme Plan for DSN(T) endorsement
• Draft Terms of Reference (ToRs)
• Engineering Support Vision
Inaugural Meeting will be in second week of August - exact details including dial-in facilities will be made available.
How to Join the E_STUF
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details &/or any questions and they will be forwarded to relevant TD-Info staff.
About the Defence Support Network (DSN)
"The Defence Support Network (DSN) is the support framework from which the UK Armed Forces are deployed, sustained, and recovered. The DSN(T) is an ambitious programme that will transform the DSN through the delivery of end-to-end support chain coherence, greater efficiency and effectiveness, and closer integration of support chains into a single support network, both nationally and globally. The DSN(T) will accelerate the delivery of improved information services, stronger governance, and innovation."
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